Children’s Health Fair…


Earlier in April, the Rio Blanco BOCES hosted its annual Children’s Health Fairs in Rangely and Meeker. The fair, run by the BOCES for many years, provides a wide array of services to young children. At the fair, kids from birth to preschool received developmental screenings for hearing, vision, academics, motor and speech abilities. Families […]

Children’s health fairs slated for Meeker, Rangely

RBC I Meeker and Rangely will each hold 2016 Children’s Health Fairs in April for children from the age of birth to five years old.

Children’s health fairs set in county

RBC I Meeker and Rangely will hold 2016 Children’s Health Fairs in April for children from the age of birth to five years old.

Two county residents earn state-level education awards

Meeker science teacher Michelle Selle was recently named a 2015 Outstanding Colorado Educator by the University of Colorado.

RBC I Meeker High School science teacher Michelle Selle, and Rio Blanco Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) Executive Director Teresa Bandel-Schott of Rangely received state-level awards last week.

Schott brings 20 years of experience to RBC BOCES


RBC I The new executive director of the Rio Blanco Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) comes to Rio Blanco County with two decades of administrative experience in public education on the Western Slope.

It’s all about the “little things” ~ the children

Day, pictured with Meeker school superintendent Susan Goettel, works with both school districts in the county through BOCES, where she started working when she and her husband Jim moved to Rangely in 1992.

RBC I The holiday season is upon us and as usual there is a lot of discussion about maintaining the true spirit of the season: giving and appreciating the little things. Donna Day is passionate about helping many of the most important “little things” in our county — our children. Day is the executive director […]

BOCES aims to provide kids nutritious weekend meals

RANGELY I The Rio Blanco BOCES staff started a “Feeding Our Future” backpack program in September. This program is designed to provide nutritious food on the weekends to students in the Rangely and Meeker school districts who might otherwise go hungry.

Child screen event set for Rangely, Meeker

RBC — Child Find is coming. Horizons Specialized Services, in conjunction with Rio Blanco BOCES, the Department of Social Services, County Health, Aspen Dental Clinic and Columbine Medical Clinic are all getting together to screen our young children ages 6 months to 5 years in Rangely and Meeker.