RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Aug. 19 as the district begins the 2014/2015 school year with new faces and old concerns.
Duane Moeller of Rangely was presented with a new Hover-Round scooter at the Rangely volleyball games on Friday.
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.
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.
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,
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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.
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.