New faces, old concerns for RSD board

RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Aug. 19 as the district begins the 2014/2015 school year with new faces and old concerns.

Much-needed scooter …

Duane Moeller of Rangely was presented with a new Hover-Round scooter at the Rangely volleyball games on Friday.

Rangely’s summer challenge course offers writing, science and confidence classes

Seventh-grader Paityn Myers takes a leap of faith on CNCC’s challenge course. Twenty-one Rangely middle and high school students participated in the Rangely School District’s first summer challenge program, a summer school component geared toward high-achieving students. Students who completed the three-week writing- and science-based courses negotiated CNCC’s Challenge Course on the program’s final day.

RANGELY I Twenty-one students participated in the RE-4 Rangely School District’s first summer challenge program, which offered advanced coursework and field study in writing, physics, chemistry, anthropology and geology.

New faculty joins Rangely School District

These are the new staff members at Rangely Junior/Senior High School. Left to right: Greg Henry, Susan Kruger, Brooke Lohse, Angelia Simpson, Kari Enke and Teresa Staley. Classes at the school started on Monday.

RANGELY I The RE-4 Rangely School District would like to welcome the following new instructors to

Encana Oil and Gas gives Rangely schools $10,500 grant

For the second year in a row, Encana Oil & Gas, Inc. has awarded the Rangely School District with a $10,500 grant dedicated to helping enhance the innovation and creativity in Rangely classrooms.

Back to school tips for students

RBC I As a new school year begins, it’s important for parents and children to take steps to help ensure safe and enjoyable school days.

RE-4 school district honor roll 2012/2013

RANGELY | Below are the students from Rangely Junior/Senior High on the “Straight A,” list, those with perfect attendance and those on the “B” honor roll for the 2012-2013 school year. RANGELY HIGH SCHOOL Straight A First Semester: Courtney Bell, Echo Campbell, Kristen Coleman, Justyne Dembowski, Ethan Allred, Simone Heinle,

Students must check vaccinations

RBC | School’s out for the summer, but with the new school year just around the corner, many students will need immunizations. Colorado students are required to have a number of immunizations for school attendance, and parents are urged to avoid the last-minute rush and make appointments now for needed vaccinations before the school year […]

RE-4 school initiative raises offerings

RANGELY I In response to August’s school board initiative to better support the top third of Rangely’s students, the RE-4 district is moving forward with an advanced component to its summer school and providing upper-level science and math courses at Rangely Junior-Senior High School(RJSHS)this fall.

Chevron gives STEM money

(From left) During Rangely School District’s Board of Education meeting last week, Chevron plant operations supervisor Kelly Brown and operations supervisor Luke Allred presented a $20,000 check to Rangely Junior-Senior High School principal Berry Swenson to help fund an upper-level math and science position. The company is partnering with the board’s STEM (Science, Math, Engineering and Technology) Consortium, whose goal is to help the top one-third of students in the district excel.

RANGELY I The Rocky Mountain Area of Chevron’s Mid-Continent Business Unit gave $20,000 to the RE-4 school district at its board meeting Jan. 15. Chevron operations supervisor Luke Allred and plant operations supervisor Kelly Brown presented the check, which will help fund an upper-level math and science faculty position, to Rangely Junior-Senior High School principal […]

Encana grant provides resources

RANGELY I Encana Oil & Gas, Inc. has awarded the Rangely School District a $10,500 grant to assist the school district’s efforts to create a learning community dedicated to higher achievement and development in the 2012/2013 school year.

RE-4 takes responsibility

RANGELY I The board of education has a responsibility to assure that the educational system meets or exceeds the community’s expectations. The superintendent is responsible for garnering the support of staff, utilizing resources in a prudent and effective manner and accurately communicating results to the community.