Students visited with the residents and read aloud stories they had chosen. After initial nervousness, students and residents had a fantastic time. An important benefit for the students was to realize what a difference they can make by giving others the gifts of time and attention. Forbes said, “I appreciate (superintendent) Matt Scoggins and (principal) Mike Kruger … because they encourage us to ‘think outside the box’ with a view to bringing excitement and fun to the learning process.”
Board considering $13M bond RANGELY — At the end of the 2007 school year, the Rangely Board of Education began to look at the necessary capital needs to keep its buildings safe and secure, functioning […]
Vicki Douglas is an all-around awesome teacher and person.