More than 90 preschool and kindergarten-aged children, 80 elementary children and 120 middle and high school students joined in the annual activity, the second annual event for the RE-4 district. The district plans to continue promoting regular hiking and biking to school while the weather holds, and the RE-4 Wellness Committee, which hosted last week’s event, hopes to sponsor another day promoting hike/bike to school month in May. Rio Blanco County Public Health donated granola bars and water for the event.
RANGELY I The Rangely School District started 2015 with several program additions and changes, including the addition of a breakfast program, a behavioral support system and an online curriculum housing system.
RANGELY I Kayla Newbanks, 4th grade; Corey Hale, 5th grade; Brandon Bremer, Jr/Sr High School language arts; Matthew Hunter, 3rd grade; Annette Heil, kindergarten; Rebecca Moseley, 1st grade.
RANGELY I Twenty-one students participated in the RE-4 Rangely School District’s first summer challenge program, which offered advanced coursework and field study in writing, physics, chemistry, anthropology and geology.