Encana grant provides resources

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.

RE-4 hires new admin.

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RANGELY I The Rangely school district recently hired a new superintendent and elementary school principal.

Miller & Lansing: Rangely educators to retire

Jeff Miller and Mary Lansing have been teachers or school administrators for a combined  61 years. Both will retire at the end of this school year.  Lansing is the current principal at Parkview Elementary and acting assistant superintendent. The two were honored by students when asked to be the 2010 Homecoming parade marshals.

When the Rangely High School Class of 2011 graduates next month, two long-time Rangely educators will commence their retirement. Jeff Miller and Mary Lansing have been teachers or administrators for a combined 61 years.

Rangely students send message to bullies

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Students at Rangely Junior/Senior High School participated in the International Stand Up to Bullying Day last week, wearing pink shirts that read “Stood Up.”

Decisions for RE-4 district

RANGELY I For one hour on Feb. 15, the impact of the proposed state budget cuts to education was forgotten. The Rangely RE-4 School District held its board meeting in the auditorium, giving parents, students, teachers, administrators and community stakeholders an opportunity to view a different approach to a regular board meeting.

Rangely to hear potential principals

Three principal finalists will answer pre-scripted questions generated from staff and community members March 4, starting at 5 p.m., in the Rangely Jr/Sr High School auditorium.

Slide Show: Ribbon Cutting

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The ribbon cutting at the Rangely Junior/Senior High commemorated the remodeling work done at the school, part of a $15 million bond project.

Rangely schools will start Aug. 31

Barry Williams, new superintendent for the Rangely School District, was welcomed to his first school board meeting Monday.

RANGELY I Parents and students can mark their calendars, the first day of school will be Aug. 31.

Construction may push school back

RANGELY I Construction at the school district’s two buildings is progressing on schedule, but whether the work will be done so classes can start by the target date, or soon after, remains to be seen.

Slide Show: Changes in schools mean changes in construction

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RANGELY I With the configuration of schools changing, the scope of work has also changed for the district’s $15 million construction project.

Rangely school construction

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Construction work is under way on Rangely’s middle school and high school buildings, as part of the $15 million bond election passed by local voters last November.

Morton wins National Merit Scholarship

RANGELY — Michael Morton of Rangely was recently named a National Merit Scholarship Winner.