RANGELY I Even with additional budget cuts, and projecting a possible slight increase in state funding, the Rangely School District is still facing a $100,000 shortfall.
RANGELY — The RE-4 Wellness Committee and the Rangely community pulled together to put on health fairs for all three public schools.
RANGELY — While the possible elimination of some school activities was tabled, pending further study, school board members Monday approved a 30-cent increase to lunch prices.
RANGELY — Three Panther track and field athlete qualified for the state at the regional meet this past weekend in Grand Junction.
RANGELY — There will be a new school superintendent next year. And, as of Wednesday, there will be a new high school principal.
RANGELY — Faced with a budget shortfall of $500,000 to $700,000, the Rangely School Board has already closed Parkview Elementary to save money.
RANGELY – The second time around, Rangely’s School Board got its man.
RANGELY — It’s back to the drawing board in the search for a new school superintendent.
RANGELY — More isn’t necessarily better when it comes to strategic planning. That’s something the Rangely School Board is finding out.
RANGELY — School board members here made it official Dec. 22, signing a contract with the Blythe Group to serve as the management company for the district’s bond projects.
RANGELY — It’s the time of year for approving budgets and mill levies. At a Dec. 8 meeting, it was the Rangely School Board’s turn. The board approved a total mill levy of 8.022. The previous year, the mill levy was 7.085.
Purchases to replace 20-year-old models RANGELY — As the children’s song says, “The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round.”