After graduation, four Moffat County High School seniors will be shipping off to begin their training and service as members of the United States Armed Forces.
Local businesses, community provide 65.4 tons of metal for recycling
After several weeks of collection, thousands of pounds of scrap metal have been gathered from around Moffat County, and local schools have a little bit more in their coffers as a result. The second annual Axis Steel Fabrication & Recycling PAC Fundraiser amounted to $5,904.22 for Craig’s educational institutions, including Moffat County High School, Craig Middle School, GOAL Academy and East, Ridgeview, Sandrock and Sunset elementary schools.
Asked by members of the community to deliver a short address to those attending Baccalaureate this year, I thought back to one of my favorite books written many years ago that taught me some life lessons that have carried me through both good times and bad.
Hayden teacher, coach and rancher Ty Zabel wasted no words telling the class of 2015 what lies ahead.
Colorado Northwestern Community College graduates and their families filled the Colorado Room on the Rangely campus like never before for the May 9 graduation ceremony.
Welcome to the inaugural issue of The Learning Chronicles. Through this partnership between Colorado Northwestern Community College and the Craig Daily Press we hope to provide what we call, “insights and possibilities for continuing education in Northwest Colorado.”
The following tips will help potential college students find the right campus fit.
QWA college education is the foundation to a solid future in any given field, and anyone who graduated with a higher education degree knows they’ve gained more than just a diploma. That’s why the Craig Daily Press is thrilled to introduce The Learning Chronicles, which is a new section featuring higher education news that will publish the first Saturday each month.
Moffat County Library’s Summer Reading Program launches Monday and will run through August 7, plus other education briefs for Craig and Moffat County.
Craig Middle School students’ physical education experience is about to get high-tech.
Craig Middle School students swept the regional competition for the Stock Market Experience this year, snagging the top three places both semesters. Seven students from Virginia Pugh’s financial literacy class celebrated their success with an awards presentation in Denver Friday.
The Future Farmers of America Colorado state contests were held in Fort Collins and Greeley Sunday and Monday, plus other education-related briefs for Moffat County and Craig.
If you were watching from the stands in early March and you saw Tyler Davis being carried off the floor during the regional portion of the 3A state playoffs for boys basketball, you might have wondered if his career was done. However, he knew it wasn’t even close to finished. On Thursday, Tyler finished the paperwork to join the Jimmies of the University of Jamestown. The MCHS senior will receive a partial scholarship to attend the school in Jamestown, North Dakota.
The Moffat County Board of Education will not seek a mill levy override in the November 2015 election to increase school district funding but is still considering it as an option in 2016.
The list of athletes from Moffat County High School’s Class of 2015 who will be continuing their sports in college continues to grow. MCHS senior and volleyball Tiawna Smercina will be bumping, setting and spiking this fall at Sterling’s Northeastern Junior College.