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.
Students at Parkview Elementary had a great time playing life size Hungry Hippo today in PE.
Students at Parkview are putting the finishing touches on their art pieces for the Art Show Monday, December 13, at 6:30. Second through fifth grades will have art on display at Parkview for the show. A third through fifth grade music concert will also be held at Parkview that evening at 6:30.
7th grade district champions
Rangely High School wrestling started their season attending the Maverick Duals at Colorado Mesa University. Rangely won team duals against Ignacio, Battle Mountain, and North Fork in addition to several exciting individual wins.
Students at the EEC and Parkview are earning Countdown to Christmas tickets between now and the holiday break for positive behavior and good deeds at school. Tickets are put in a daily drawing where winners get a punch and prize from the building Christmas tree.
A fantastic concert was performed by our high school choir last night. They sang some of our favorite songs from Disney movies and were led by our new junior/senior high school music teacher, Kelli Irvin.
FBLA had a meeting tonight. They tie died some shirts. It will be fun to see how they turn out tomorrow.
Students in Ms. Hernandez's first grade class shared their first personal narratives of the year with classmates while sitting in the author's chair.
Rangely High School Cross Country is heading to State! Help send them off tomorrow, October 29, at 8:00 AM. The send-off will start at the Rangely Junior/Senior High School.
They will run on Saturday, October 30. The boys will run at 9:40 AM and the girls at 11:00 AM. Live streaming will be available on the NFHS Network.
Good luck, Panthers Athletes!
On Wednesday, October 27, the Rangely Police Department held the Elk Bugling and Camoflouge Contest. Rangely School District would like to thank the parents for bringing their kids out to participate, the three judges Frank Huitt, Justin Steele, and Ryan Huitt, the police department for purchasing trophies for the contestants, Lt. Stubblefield and Officer Millard for putting the event on, and another thank you to Lt. Stubblefield for purchasing door prizes for the students to win throughout the night. It was great to see this event brought back to Rangely, and we look forward to seeing this event again next year.
Students at the Rangely Junior/Senior High School are allowed to come into the library each day to play games during the lunch hour. Once per month, there is a specific game day involving great prizes. Wednesday, October 27, was the first Library Game Day. There were 10 junior high students and 10 high school students. The students played the game Left, Center, Right with hopes of winning one of the two $25 Kum & Go gift cards. The two winners were Cutler Mergelman and Tristan Scott.
Rangely High School Volleyball is on the road today, Friday, October 22, to Vail Christian High School, where they will take on the Saints. Games will begin at 4:00 PM.
Live streaming will be available on the NFHS Network. A subscription is required to stream the games.
Good luck, Lady Panthers!
#rangelyschooldistrict #rangelycolorado #panthervolleyball
Rangely High School Cross Country is in Delta today, Friday, October 22, for Regionals. Good luck, Panther Athletes!
Rangely Junior High Boys Basketball will host the Meeker Cowboys this morning, Friday, October 22. Games will be played at the Rangely Junior/Senior High School beginning at 9:00 AM.
Kindergarten has been learning about the lifecycle of a pumpkin. They took a field trip to Studt’s Pumpkin Patch; today, Thursday, October 21, to enjoy different activities and see where real pumpkins grow.