MEEKER I Sierra Williams and Kenzie Turner will compete in the state’s Math Counts contest. They were members of Barone Middle School’s four-person team that competed Saturday in Grand Junction. Their road to state began with approximately 30 students participating in Meeker for one of the four spots on the regional team. Meeker’s team consisted of Eli Newman, Madeline Amack, Kenzie Turner and Sierra Williams. The contest in Grand Junction was broken into four parts: a sprint round consisting of 30 questions, a target round (four sets of a series of two questions), a team round with 10 questions for the team to answer together, and then a countdown round which is the top ten students competing head to head to determine the overall winners. The top 10 students from the regional tournament advance to the state competition, with the top four from state advancing to a national event. Williams and Turner were among the top competitors and both plan to attend the regional contest in Denver on March 9. Congratulations to all participants.
MEEKER | Barone Middle School (BMS) is sending 17 students, comprising 9 projects, to the regional History Day competition in Grand Junction this Saturday, March 4. They are students of BMS history and social studies […]
MEEKER | Jeff Hemingson, the director of choral and instrumental music at Meeker High School and Barone Middle School, has announced that the combined spring choir and band concert will be held on Monday at […]
MEEKER I Principal Jim Hanks and the staff at Barone Middle School have something to be proud of. The BMS Colorado Teaching, Empowering, Leading and Learning (TELL) Survey results this year show high scores and […]