There will be a Back to School Night for the Rangely Junior/Senior High School tonight, Tuesday, August 16, at 6:00 PM. Following the back-to-school night, there will be a MANDATORY Fall Athlete Parent Meeting beginning at 7:00 PM. This will be for junior and senior high athletics.
A reminder that the Parkview Elementary School and Early Education Center Back to School Night will be held TONIGHT, Monday, August 15, at 6:00 PM. Everyone will join in the wood gym at Parkview for greetings from Principal Cantrell. After Mrs. Cantrell finishes, you are welcome to visit your child's classroom and drop off their school supplies. Classrooms at the Early Education will also be open once we are done in the gym.
Junior High Fall Sports will begin today, Monday, August 15. Please ensure your athlete has turned in their physical paperwork to the office.
Junior High Volleyball will practice at Parkview at 4:00 PM. Transportation will be available for athletes. Practice will end early today at 5:00 PM.
Junior High Football will start at 4:00 PM. Athletes will meet in the lower commons with their chrome books for impact testing.
Junior High Cheer will have a meeting at 4:00 PM at the Rangely Junior/Senior High School.
Junior High Cross Country will have a meeting at 4:00 PM at the Rangely Junior/Senior High School.
Sports are open to all sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade students.
Just a reminder that there will be a Sixth Grade Open House today, August 11, at 4:00 PM. This will be for sixth graders and their families only. An open house will be held on Tuesday, August 16 at 6:00 PM for the whole Junior/Senior High School.
We flat out have some talented kids in Rangely! The art show at the Junior/Senior High School tonight was amazing.
I was in each of the classrooms at the EEC today to share my latest 3D printed dragon. This was printed on my 3D printer, however I received a grant that will provide three new 3D printers for the district. The plan is to have the students use these 3D printers as a reward for reading. Remember, there is a strong correlation between home reading and academic performance.
There is new artwork in the Rangely Junior/Senior High Library thanks to Freshman Ashlynn Ducey, Miah Wren, and Miley Chism. We have very talented students.
On Friday, March 11, 10 students from the Rangely High School FFA attended the District CDEs in Hayden. Three students competed in events.
Paola Munoz was runner-up in the creed speaking contest and received the gold standard.
Kastyn Dembowski was elected as District One Executive Committee Member, and Ryann Mergelman was elected District One President. They will serve these positions during the 2022-2023 school year.
It was a fun-filled week of enjoying all things Dr. Seuss at the Early Education Center.
The junior high art students have been making mugs out of clay. Pictured below are mugs from the seventh-grade art students. They worked hard to make beautiful mugs and are very proud of their work.
Some of the mugs will be displayed during the Rangely Junior/Senior High Art Show on Thursday, April 28.
Things were a little wacky this Wednesday at the Early Education Center.
Today was the 100th day of school for Rangely's elementary students. In kindergarten, students dressed up like they were 100 years old and participated in counting to 100 activities throughout the day.
Second graders ended the week by picking a book to take home and keep. Thanks to generous sponsors, the second graders get to take home a book for their home collection every month.
First graders used shaving cream to practice writing spelling patterns.
Last week the preschoolers continued their ball study and did ice ball science—what a wonderful time to learn.
First-grade students in Ms. Hernandez’s class studied technology and wrote about what kind of robot they would want and then used scraps to make their robot.
Since returning from Christmas break, the preschoolers have been busy with their ball study. The teachers have enjoyed having such engagement and excitement back in the classroom.
On Thursday, January 6, the fourth-grade students at Parkview Elementary presented to the second graders for science. They shared what they had learned in their latest unit through activities and presentations.
Look who showed up at the EEC today.
A snowy morning out there. Stay safe.