As part of Moffat County High School’s Homecoming Week festivities, the various grade levels will each be meeting starting Monday — there will be no class that day as part of Fall Break — to assemble floats for the Friday parade.
The Craig Middle School volleyball team heads to Rangely for a district tournament Saturday.
After being delayed by weather for a couple weeks, the Calvary Baptist School got its Bike-a-Thon going this week and had another big year.
“I’m a self-proclaimed identity artist. I’m biracial, and growing up, I became very aware of the associated problems. I’ve had it from both sides.” — CMC art instructor Jeff Roth on the eve of setting out on foot for Denver.
The group meetings have been known as Parent Advisory Councils in the past, and these days are referred to as School — or Parent — Accountability Committees, but whether you call it a SAC or a PAC, the numbers for the MCHS organization are not uncommon at other places of learning in the Moffat County School District.
Now and then when I am watching television a program comes on about landscapes. I was fortunate enough to find one about “America the Beautiful” last week. The program began by showing a part of the plains in the Midwest then moved on to the Rocky Mountains.
On Wednesday afternoon, the second year Spanish students of Moffat County High School teacher Jessica Knez convened at Sandrock Elementary School ready to learn about the intricacies of one of the Romance languages from some very experienced speakers: the second- through fifth-grade students of Sandrock’s ELL program.
Hayden High School volleyball's five-match win streak was snapped by undefeated Paonia on Saturday afternoon. The loss dropped the Tigers in their league standings.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County
A two-hour power outage delay forced a late contest for Hayden High School football. When play resumed, the Tigers were smashed by a much faster West Grand squad.
The two teams of Bulldogs hosted Steamboat Springs Middle School on Saturday at the CMS football fields, with the seventh-graders coming away with a decisive, 32-0 victory. The eighth-grade team lost for the first time this season, falling 9-6 in overtime to the Sailors.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Students needing to take the ACT and SAT exams can register online at actstudent.org for the ACT and collegeboard.org for the SAT. Both sites also provide information for those taking the tests, including necessary supplies, documentation and other details.
Moffat County High School students got a glimpse of some of the secondary educational opportunities available to them at the school’s College Fair Wednesday morning. Representatives from 30 universities, colleges and other programs packed the MCHS gym, coming from around Colorado, as well as establishments of all different levels from Wyoming, Kansas, Nebraska, Arizona and South Dakota.
The Bulldogs surrendered three second half goals and lost, 4-1.