RANGELY I Through the years, the Rangely School District has become accustomed to change. Changes in staffing, funding and programs are common in the district. However, for the first year in many, all administration staff, including the superintendent and principals, will be returning.
RANGELY I In November three seats on the Rangely School Board will be up for election. Board members Leslie Nielsen and Kurt Douglas were elected in 2011 while Joyce Key was appointed to her position in the fall of 2014.
RBC I Most students in Rangely and Meeker will return to their classrooms on Monday, filling the streets and sidewalks in both towns with young students walking or bicycling, older students driving to school, school buses busy delivering children to the schools and parents dropping off their children.
RANGELY I Kayla Newbanks, 4th grade; Corey Hale, 5th grade; Brandon Bremer, Jr/Sr High School language arts; Matthew Hunter, 3rd grade; Annette Heil, kindergarten; Rebecca Moseley, 1st grade.
Preschool Paper plates-Lg. 9” Coffee filters (for snacks, art) #150 6 purple glue sticks 2 packs washable markers 1 box of 24 count crayons 2 boxes 5 oz. wax coated drinking cups 1 package watercolors Backpack
RANGELY I With fall and the start of the school year rapidly approaching, the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce and Rangely Christian Church are partnering up for a creative venture in hopes of meeting the growing need for school supplies within the community.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board discussed the 2015/2016 school year budget on May 19, quickly approving participation in the November election and discussing the hiring process for potential employees in the coming school year.
RANGELY I With the school year winding down, the Rangely School Board met April 21 to discuss several issues of potential impact on the 2015-2016 school year, including vacated teacher positions, grade point average (GPA) calculations, alternative school options and budget considerations.
RANGELY I The Rangely School District announced Friday that Friday, May 15 will be a full day of school for all students and that May 21 will be the last day of school for all students.
RANGELY I Lately it’s become increasingly difficult to turn on the news or log onto the Internet without encountering an opinion about public school standardized testing.