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.
RANGELY I It doesn’t take a Harvard research study to tell us that parent involvement in education is a good thing. Our two principals are strong advocates for parental involvement in their schools.
RANGELY I The Rangely Junior/Senior High School is proud to announce the honor roll for the junior high, fourth quarter and high school, second semester, 2011-2012.
The Rangely School District was proud to announce another successful school year in which academic success was impressive as demonstrated by federal recognition, state standardized assessments scores and most importantly, the daily learning activities in the classrooms.
RBC I School districts face another year of drastic cuts as the negative factor increases from -12.94 percent in 2011-12 to -16.1 percent for 2012-13. Options to keep cuts away from the classroom are unrealistic.
RANGELY I The Bond Advisory Committee, BAC, was established by the board of education and the superintendent of schools in August 2011.
RANGELY I The Rangely School District and The Western Rio Blanco Recreation and Park District are working together to continue the positive trajectory of the school district’s academic achievement and to assure sports/activities for the next five years with a mill levy proposal in May.
RANGELY I Rangely School District has deemed October “principal appreciation month” and would like to honor Parkview Elementary Principal Bennie Bennett and Rangely Jr./Sr. High School Principal Berry Swenson.
RANGELY I “I was pleased to learn that 100 percent of Rangely schools made Adequate Yearly Progress this year, with the ratcheting up of federal standards, which only allowed for 46 percent of schools to succeed statewide.” said Rangely School District Superintendent Todd Cordrey.