Craig education briefs for Feb. 14, 2015: Colorado Northwestern Community College staff and faculty recognized
Three Colorado Northwestern Community College staff and faculty members were honored at a Colorado Community College System meeting in Denver this week.
‘Taming of the Wilderness’ performs next week
Whoever said that truth was stranger than fiction never got in the mind of David Morris. A blend of genuine history and wacky Western, the original play “The Taming of the Wilderness” will offer performances Feb. 20 and 21 in Craig Middle School’s auditorium.
Thursday evening at Moffat County High School, you are invited to speak and hear thoughts concerning the future prospects for our school district. As a parent, I am deeply concerned about our school district. As a teacher, I have personally experienced depleted resources over the past 16 years and as a taxpayer, I want assurances that monies raised to supplement our school district will be used wisely.
Scholarship Bulletin is compiled from information provided by Moffat County High School and other organizations including local, state and national scholarships.
Moffat County School District will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Moffat County High School auditorium, 900 Finley Lane. The purpose of the meeting is for the MCSD Board of Education to seek public input about the financial situation coming in the 2015-16 school year.
Recent discovery offers rare opportunity for students
Colorado Northwestern Community College will welcome one of Northwest Colorado’s oldest residents to its Craig campus this summer — a dinosaur named Walter.
Three local school employees were surprised last week with Peabody Energy Leaders in Education awards.
Janell Oberlander may be new to Craig, but she’s no stranger to the rural West.
Local residents can help with the issue of school funding as Moffat County High School raises money in the weeks to come.
The sound of hundreds of happy children poured out of the gymnasium at the Boys & Girls Club Tuesday night in Craig during the Literacy Carnival.
Local residents can help with the issue of school funding as Moffat County High School raises money in the weeks to come. MCHS is participating in the AmeriGas School Days Program, and people can bring in their receipts from propane to join in the effort. For every gallon of gas accounted for, the company will donate two cents to the school in question.
District might ask community for funding
Moffat County School District is facing a sixth year of possible major budget cuts, but this time there’s nothing left to cut outside the classroom.
Karen Chaney brings years of legal experience to position
Moffat County High School students will continue to speak up this weekend under the tutelage of someone who’s used the power of communication in a very important way. MCHS recently appointed social studies teacher Karen Chaney as the new adviser for the speech and debate team. Chaney, who replaces Amanda Gaffney in the position, accepted the job earlier this month.
Moffat County school children and their families are invited to a Literacy Carnival at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Craig Boys & Girls Club.
At its monthly meeting, the Colorado Northwestern Community College Board of Control discussed two recently acquired grants and new programming, met new CNCC Vice President Janell Oberlander and discussed the cost of repairs to the roof of Trapper Fitness.