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Back to School Newsletter
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2015 November Election
NOTICE OF UPCOMING ELECTION/CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The Rangely School District RE-4 Board of Education election will be held November 3, 2015.  At this election three directors will be elected for a term of office of four years.  To be qualified, a candidate must have been a registered voter of the district for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the election and a resident within the Rangely School District.  A person is ineligible to run for school director if he or she has been convicted of committing a sexual offense against a child.  Because school director elections are nonpartisan, candidates may not campaign as members of a political party. In addition it is necessary to submit a notice of intention to be a candidate and a nomination petition signed by at least 25 registered voters residing in the School District.  The first day to circulate nomination petitions is August 5, 2015.  The forms may be obtained from Shari Plummer in the Superintendent’s Office at the School District Central Office at 402 West Main Street.  The form must be completed and returned to the Rangely School District Central Office no later than Friday, August 28, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
 
LEGO Club
Parkview Elementary sponsors a monthly get together for students and parents to team up and play with LEGOs and build custom creations.  This fun time promotes problem solving skills, imagination/creativity, coordination, reading/following directions, teamwork, as well as social skills.     
 
11 FBLA members qualify for STATE!
On Monday, February 9th Rangely FBLA Chapter competed at districts which was hosted by CMU.  We took 15 students to compete in a variety of different events and out of the 15 competitors, 11 of them qualified for state.  Dawn Stephens was 1st and James Scoggins finished 2nd in Client Services, Daniel Connor placed 4th in Help Desk, Breanne Baker finished 2nd in Public Speaking, Rebecca Gillard was 2nd in Spreadsheet Applications, Sierra Brannan was 2nd place in Electronic Career Portfolio, Marielle Ivie was 3rd in Desktop Publishing, Marshal Way was 3rd in Digital Design and Promotion, McKenzie Webber was 2nd and Sarah Connor was 5th in FBLA Principles and Procedures, Tiffany Record was 2nd in Health Care Administration, and Zach Glasgow was 1st and Savannah Nielsen was 2nd in Word Processing.
 
All students who placed in the top 3 are eligible to compete at the state competition in April in Vail.
Fighting for our Kids!
During last year’s legislative session, our community voices’ were critical in convincing lawmakers to begin restoring a small portion of the funding that has been cut from our schools.  The Board of Education continues to fight for our kids and joins with other boards throughout the state in adopting the attached resolution urging the State Legislature to honor the intent and language of Amendment 23 by prioritizing the reduction of the Negative Factor and to leave decisions regarding how those funds are spent to locally elected school boards.

Resolution
 
New Dance Dress Code
The Board of Education has provided clarification on what is appropriate attire for dances.  This relaxes portions of the school dress code policy for dances and provides guidance for students.  As always, the Principal has the final say at the dance.

RHS Dance Dress Code Examples
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