A new chapter in your life is opening. The pages have not been written. They are awaiting your hand and pen. I can only offer these few words to you. Do not limit yourselves. The whole world and everything that it has is there before you.
Susan Jessica Suits, 17, is better known at Moffat County High School as Jesse. Her graduation will be illuminated in a different way than most others in her graduating class.
One of the most noble professions any high school senior can embark on is serving the United States of America. This year, four Moffat County High School seniors pledged their lives to serve our country by joining a branch of the military.
Moffat County High School hosted its annual awards night Tuesday to shine the spotlight on the academic and athletic accomplishments of its student body.
Moffat County School District currently has an online survey available for commentary on its 2015-16 school year calendar.
The Colorado State High School and Junior High Rodeos began at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Thursday.
7th-graders raise $2,000 for project, look toward more next year
Caroline Riley and Lacey Wiseman recently reached their goal of $2,000 to buy and install an outdoor volleyball net in the field between CMS and Sandrock Elementary School. The two said it was a great feeling to see the piece of athletic equipment put in earlier this week after months of raising funds.
Elementary students and teachers were excited for summer on the final day of school.
The club held its annual scholarship dinner Wednesday at Loudy-Simpson.
The Craig Daily Press presented its Teacher of the Year Award to Susan Nicholson on Thursday morning, highlighting the good works of a woman who dedicated 28 years of her teaching career to Sunset Elementary.
As the eldest students of Craig Middle School prepare to move on to the final stage of their K-12 education, they’ll be leaving behind the building and the teachers they’ve gotten to know for the past three years, but they’ll still have each other. The staff of CMS hosted a barbecue Tuesday afternoon as a final hurrah for its departing eighth-graders, who will be attending Moffat County High School this fall.
Teacher to retire after 33 years with high school
Multiple subjects, classroom changes and a child of her own currently in the same building with her. Moffat County High School teacher Liane Davis-Kling has seen many things in her 33 years at MCHS, but her time there had to end eventually. Davis-Kling recently announced her plans to retire at the end of the school year after more than three decades with the educational outlet.
Students from East, Ridgeview, Sandrock and Sunset Elementary Schools learned some important information Monday at Loudy-Simpson Park, as kindergarten classes from each of the four schools engaged in safety seminars taught by local emergency personnel.
Hayden High School handed out diplomas to its 28 graduates at Sunday's commencement ceremony, held at the campus's gymnasium.
The Class of 2014 will officially graduate in a ceremony at 10 a.m. May 24 at the MCHS gym, 900 Finley Lane. In order to graduate, all seniors must go through the checkout process, starting at 8 a.m. May 23, in which students will receive caps and gowns and reconcile outstanding bills. Those who have not yet checked out will not be allowed to walk at graduation. Graduation practice follows at 9:30 a.m.