Newly elected Rangely School District board members were sworn in by municipal judge Norman Hall Tuesday.
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.
The Rangely School Board and superintendent annually decide upon district goals in their board/superintendent agreement.
Preschool supply list Backpack (normal Size with student name written inside)Folder (to send notes home)Change of clothes in a Ziploc bag with their name on it(shirt, pants, underwear, socks) Old shoes to leave at school (if possible) The supplies below are combined to be used by all the students in the
RANGELY I The Rangely School District RE-4 is hosting the first annual “meet your local educators barbecue” on Friday, Aug. 12 at Elks Park from noon to 3 p.m.
RBC I Preschoolers learn best through hands-on sensory experiences. They discover the principle of cause and effect, develop hand-eye coordination skills and practice fine and large motor skills.
RANGELY | Rangely Junior/Senior High School will be registering new students Aug. 8-11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bring birth certificate, immunization records and previous school(s) contact information.
RBC | The Meeker School District and Rio Blanco County are again offering our annual tech recycling program for Rio Blanco County citizens. Bring your old tech (computers, TVs, cell phones, printers, monitors, radios, etc.) for proper recycling for $5 an item.
RANGELY I The Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Parks District (WRBM) has proposed entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Rangely School District, where the WRBM would expand its services to take over primary fiscal responsibility for all of the school district’s athletics and extracurricular activities.
Three propositions on the ballot this November place a very fundamental public policy question squarely before voters. Are reductions in taxes and fees that put a few more dollars in taxpayers’ pockets of more value than what those tax dollars will buy? Amendments 60, 61 and Proposition 101 are very tempting carrots being dangled in […]