A look at what’s happening at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig
The Ridgeview Elementary School library and literacy team will host three days of “Books and Breakfast” to celebrate Dr. Seuss and literacy next week.
Moffat County School District officials are cautiously optimistic that a proposed school finance bill being floated by a state senator could mean good things for the local school system.
An ability beyond her years has helped Alicea Diedrich make her mark on Craig Middle School. It’s a fact that hasn’t surprised her mother, Veronica, who said Alicea was impressing the adults around her as a toddler.
Moffat County High School junior Derek Maiolo is in constant motion. Involved in numerous clubs and activities in and out of school, Maiolo not only participates, he advocates for change and leads by example.
Ridgeview Elementary School students will participate in the national reading event “Read the Most From Coast to Coast” this Friday.
The upcoming week in local sports, including the postseason for high school basketball and start of the season for middle school wrestling.
Hayden Valley Elementary School students got a healthy jump on the weekend by breaking a sweat and cutting a rug during a school assembly Friday afternoon.
Moffat County kindergartners got an up-close and personal look at agriculture Thursday with some help from the Moffat County High School FFA club. FFA students with puppies and roping gear welcomed the kindergarteners to Barnyard Day in honor of national FFA Week.
An update on courses and upcoming events at Colorado Northwestern Community College
The Hayden School District is looking for parents and community members to serve on its District Improvement Team.
The seventh- and eighth-grade teams from CMS hosted the district championships Saturday at CMS and Sandrock Elementary School, with the eighth-graders emerging from the tournament as champion. The seventh-grade team finished as runners-up to Rangely.
In celebration of the eighth annual national Endangered Species Day, celebrated May 17, K-12 students are eligible to participate in the Endangered Species Day Youth Art Contest. The day recognizes conservation efforts to help endangered species across the nation.
The state Community College System has received the Trade Adjustment Assistance, or TAA, grant. CNCC has created a faster, more direct series of college prep courses as part of that program.
Kudos are in order for several Moffat County High School students who recently were recognized for their musical accomplishments.