Rangely School District Transitions to Distance Learning on December 9, 2020

Unfortunately, and with a sense of sadness, Rangely School District will be transitioning to a distance learning platform effective tomorrow, December 9, 2020. As many of you are aware, there has been a significant increase in positive cases in the community, which has translated to a high student absentee rate, an increased number of students quarantined, an increased number of staff members quarantined, a shortage of subs, and a recommendation from Rio Blanco County Public Health to go to distance-learning. Students will be expected to participate through the distance learning platform, and grades will reflect attendance and work completion. 

If internet connectivity is a concern, please let us know, and we can work together to find a solution. As of today, we plan to be back to in-person learning in January; however, watch for updates as more information becomes available. We are in this together, so let’s stay safe and healthy.

Remember, be kind, be patient, and be flexible.

As always, if you have any questions, please contact Superintendent Matt Scoggins at Matt.Scoggins@rangelyk12.org or (970) 675-2207.