Parkview Elementary School third-graders in Rangely decided to put April’s moral focus — compassion — into action by hosting a food drive that benefited the Rangely Food Bank and the Rio Blanco BOCES Backpack Program. No prizes or awards were given to the class that donated the most food; rather, students were encouraged to participate in the drive because it was the right thing to do, third-grade teacher Pam Brady said. Parkview Elementary, which holds a moral focus assembly each Monday morning and addresses a different virtue each month, launched the program this year to develop skills that Principal Mike Kruger says children will use throughout their lives.
Bicycles parked outside Parkview Elementary School in Rangely represented just a segment of the nearly 300 Rangely children who participated in National Hike/Bike to School Day on Oct. 8. More than 90 preschool and kindergarten-aged […]
Special to the Herald Times RANGELY I The science fair at Parkview Elementary School was a great success last Thursday. Students from fourth to eighth grade participated along with a few of the gifted students […]
Parkview’s A Night at Hogwarts Friday, Oct. 26 RANGELY | Rangely’s Parkview Elementary will host its annual “A Night at Hogwarts” this Friday, Oct. 26 from 5:30-8 p.m. As always the evening will be filled […]