Connections 4 Kids broke its own record with a tally of $10,050 brought in during the three-day show that featured more than 300 pieces of art from students around Moffat County.
This week, the Moffat County School Board of Education will be conducting interviews with the three finalists of its superintendent search to replace Joe Petrone.
Moffat County High School’s CenterStage choir continues to take orders for singing valentines this week, and they will keep doing so until almost the last minute. The deadline to book one of these performances available to community members is at least one day in advance, whether you’re planning to serenade the special people in your life on Thursday or Valentine’s Day itself.
Students in Moffat County School District elementary schools have a four-day weekend in store for them with an elementary work day scheduled for Feb. 14.
One of the biggest troublemakers ever imagined soon will be unleashing his own special brand of mischief. The Moffat County High School theater department will perform the children’s play “The Cat in the Hat,” based on the picture book by Dr. Seuss, from Feb. 27 to March 1.
Senate Bill 14-136 is intended to push back the implementation of Common Core State Standards in Colorado schools to the 2015-16 school year in order to study its effects. Under the terms of the bill, schools would continue to use the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP) for one more year instead of testing from the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC).
The Bulldogs beat Meeker in eighth grade A and B games.
The musical personalities of Moffat County High School will be available to perform singing valentines in February. Residents of Northwest Colorado can hire MCHS CenterStage to serenade their loved ones on Feb. 13 and 14, a performance that also comes with a special treat.
Moffat County budget solid for current year, but cuts loom
Meeker School District was able to breathe a sigh of relief this past week with the recent announcement that the state Legislature’s Joint Budget Committee would be assisting the educational entity during its time of fiscal emergency.
The second-grade classes at Sandrock Elementary School hosted an Economics Carnival on Thursday afternoon. The event was a way for students to show what they had learned in classes from teachers Shawn Steele and Alli LeWarne about all that is involved in economics.
Earlier this month, teachers from Ridgeview Elementary School took 20 students ranging from third to fifth grade on a special field trip focused on ecology and outdoor science. Traveling to Granby’s Snow Mountain Ranch with YMCA of the Rockies, kids were given the chance to participate in numerous indoor and outdoor activities while learning also about nature.
There will be a mandatory meeting for parents of East Elementary School third-graders at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the school library.
Waving Hands Review seeks materials, deadline Feb. 15
Colorado Northwestern Community College is seeking submissions for its sixth annual publication of the arts magazine “Waving Hands Review.” The publication is open to all types of creative expression from residents of Northwest Colorado.
Sunset Elementary School hosted a day of dance performances Thursday, with students from kindergarten through fifth grade displaying their fancy footwork in the school gym.
The Moffat County School District Board of Education took action at its regular monthly meeting Thursday night.