Rangely Police Department collecting school supplies

RANGELY I The Rangely Police Department is collecting school supplies for students.

2009-10 supply list for Rangely Elementary

RANGELY I All students will be assigned a locker in which to store their backpacks, coats, etc.

New principal Winn will lead combined middle, high schools

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RANGELY I Rob Winn likes a challenge. Winn is the new principal of the Rangely middle and high schools, which beginning this year will be combined in the same building.

Williams takes reins in Rangely

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RANGELY I It won’t be long before students in the Rangely School District will be back in the classroom.

Rangely District’s budget projections are looking better

RANGELY I After a series of tough financial decisions, including closing a school and consolidating two other schools in order to save money, budget projections for Rangely’s School District for the 2009-2010 school year are looking up.

Superintendents begin transition

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RBC — Dwayne Newman has sat in on his last school board meeting. At least in Rangely.

School bond votes highlight lengthy ballots

RBC — It’s countdown to election time for the Meeker and Rangely school districts. Both districts will have bond initiatives on Tuesday’s general election ballot. And both are confident they have made their case to voters. “I’m still hearing positive support,” said Rangely Superintendent Dwayne New-man. “I have heard comments from a small number of […]

Skelton’s resignation comes as surprise

RANGELY — When Mark Skelton went to work Monday, he knew it was going to be a different feeling.

Rangely board begins preparations in anticipation of bond issue passage

RANGELY — The Rangely RE-4 School Board is moving forward with preparations in anticipation of passing the district’s proposed $15 million bond. The money would be used for building renovation, safety and technology upgrades and transportation needs.

Matt Scoggins on the bond initiative:

A conversation with Rangely School Board President Matt Scoggins:

School issues will highlight local ballots – Rangely

Rangely initiative would provide $15M for improvements to all three schools RANGELY — Like anything, a school building has a life expectancy. “They will tell you, a school will last 40 to 50 years,” said Dwayne Newman, superintendent of the Rangely School District. “We’re halfway there.”

New faces of the RE-4 district

Dwayne Newman — superintendent and Rangely Middle School principal I am excited to have this opportunity to serve the Rangely school district, and to live in the community of Rangely.