New faces at Rangely School District

Matt Scoggins Photo

RANGELY | The Rangely School District looks forward to an exciting 2019-2020 school year. A few changes are taking place starting with new classes. Astronomy, home ec., and STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Math) will be offered to Rangely High School students and robotics will be offered to the Rangely Junior High students.

New staff at Parkview include Jasmine DeFrietas—fourth grade, David Miller—fifth grade, Laura Satterly—fifth grade, Angie Hill—physical education, Jessica Hernandez—art, Grace Wilkie—preschool teaching assistant, and Carlene Cantrell as the new principal.

New staff at the Junior/Senior High School include Mark Doolin—math, Talitha Hejl—English, Melissa Key—Spanish and special ed., Mike Kruger—literature, creative writing and astronomy as well as athletic director, Jennifer Hodges—special ed., Jimmie Mergelman—home ec., Kamilee Jorgenson, Mark Doolin and Kyle Boydstun—STEM and robotics.

Parkview will be starting a little earlier—7:55 a.m.—and ending a little later—3:30 p.m.—this year.

Both principals, Carlene Cantrell and Crandal Mergelman, and superintendent, Matthew Scoggins, look forward to what looks to be an exciting school year for the Rangely School District.

By Kandis Dotson | Special to the Herald Times