Re-2 News

Rifle Middle School PALS organize food drive
11/18/2022
As the temperatures drop, the spirit of giving heats up at Rifle Middle School. For the last 11 years, the Rifle Middle School PALS has spearheaded a food drive that supports LIFT-UP and this year is no exception.
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Rifle Middle School students find the flow state
09/30/2022
Rifle Middle School students are dropping and climbing their way into a flow state this year as part of the RMS Mountain Biking Club.
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07/18/2022
At the June 22, 2022 School Board meeting, the board approved the appointment of Kyle Mickelson as the Interim Principal for Rifle High School for the 2022-23 School year. The move came after a comprehensive search and interview process in the spring left Garfield Re-2 without a clear choice to replace retiring Principal John Arledge.
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Garfield Re-2 announces new Directors of Curriculum, Assessment & Student Success
06/24/2022
At the June 22, 2022 School Board meeting, the board approved Simone Richardson as the new Garfield Re-2 Director of Elementary Curriculum, Assessment & Student Success and Jacob Pingel as the new Secondary Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Student Success.
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Meal Monkey Information for 2022
06/04/2022
Garfield Re-2 School District will offer the Meal Monkey program again this year. The Meal Monkey will offer free meals for children 18-years and younger Monday - Thursday, June 6 through August 4, 2022.
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Garfield Re-2 is a good place to work and a good place to learn says 2022 TLCC survey results
05/13/2022
Overall, 91% of teachers and paraprofessionals would recommend their school as a good place to work and 91% would recommend their school as a good place for students to learn according to the Garfield Re-2 School District’s 2022 Teaching & Learning Conditions Colorado (TLCC) survey results.
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Garfield Re-2 Student Data Potentially Exposed by District Vendor
05/12/2022
The Garfield Re-2 School District was recently informed that Illuminate Education, a vendor that provides software used in the District, was a victim of suspicious activity in their computer system. The District uses this software to monitor, track and plan for student academic progress.
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Tara DeWitte
Destiny calls Tara DeWitte to leadership
05/07/2022
If you put Tara DeWitte’s DNA under a microscope, it is inevitable that you would see strands of DNA looped over loving children, coiled around a passion for education, and wrapped around the development of current and future teachers. Leadership literally and figuratively is in her blood.
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Smiles for Students
Smiles for Students program comes to Garfield Re-2 for Dental Health Awareness Month
02/19/2022
This week, the Garfield County Community Health Services “Smiles for Students'' program resulted in 54 students at Wamsley Elementary School receiving an in-depth oral health education, dental evaluation, fluoride varnishes and sealants. Nearly 200 students in the district have been serviced this year alone.
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What does the Garfield Re-2 Mill Levy Correction mean to taxpayers?
12/17/2021
School Districts across the state find themselves in a quandary. One hundred and twenty-seven Colorado school districts, including Garfield Re-2, must increase their total programming mill levy despite no recent election approving them to do so.
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A passion for service and basketball leads to family gatherings
12/03/2021
Robinson family gives back on the hardwood: Family night for the Robinson family is centered around a table - a scorer’s table that is - and attire is black and white. Ties and tails are not required. Zebra stripes are more appropriate.
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Garfield Re-2 School Board members Jason Shoup, Tony May and Britton Fletchall being sworn into office.
11/30/2021
Garfield Re-2 School Board Reorganizes - On November 30, 2021, Garfield Re-2 School Board met for a special session to reorganize after the November 2, 2021 election.
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Mill Levy Correction
11/12/2021
Did you know, that local property taxes in the Garfield Re-2 School district account for just 10% of the general operating budget of the district? The remaining 90% is “backfilled” by the State of Colorado. This imbalance comes in large part from a decades-long misinterpretation of tax laws. In order to make the local and state contributions more balanced, the required fix means that property taxpayers in the Garfield Re-2 School district will see their property taxes increase gradually for the next 12-years.
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Wildland Fire Academy
Fire Academy at Coal Ridge High School
06/21/2021
Wildland Fire Academy hosts summer training at Coal Ridge High School
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Heather Grumley
Garfield Re-2 School Board Names Grumley Finalist for Superintendent
03/20/2020
At the Thursday, March 19, 2020 Special School Board Meeting, the Garfield Re-2 School Board officially named Interim Superintendent Heather Grumley as the only finalist for the Superintendent position.
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RHS Senior Madison Farris
RHS adds girls wrestling
It takes a single spark to ignite flames that, with a little nurturing, can turn into an inferno. ​ Madison Farris is hoping that she is the spark to lead a ladies wrestling wildfire at Rifle High School. For the 2022-23 school year, girls wrestling is the newest sport in the Rifle High School athletics inventory, thanks to Madison’s curiosity, and a lot of logistics work from Athletic Director Chris Bomba and Head Wrestling Coach John Wisniewski.
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For most high school students, summer vacation is a time to relax and enjoy some well-deserved free time. But for Dalila Sandoval and Jaron Pidcock, two seniors at Coal Ridge High School, their summer break was anything but ordinary.
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Emma Morgan and the Coal Ridge High School National Honor Society took a small challenge from Valley View Hospital, Rally the Valley, and the Calloway-Young Cancer Center and turned it into a donation of over $1,000. The money will support services for cancer patients at the Calloway-Young Cancer Center.
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Be a substitute teacher!
What do the Mayor of New Castle and a successful entrepreneur and volleyball coach have in common? They are two of the amazing substitute teachers in the Garfield Re-2 School District.
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Director District C Vacancy
Director C Vacancy - The Garfield School District No. Re-2 is seeking community-minded residents to help serve and lead the greatest administrators, teachers and students in Colorado!
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Tony Morehouse
Tony Morehouse Promoted to Leads Grounds Guru
Tony Morehouse isn’t shy about sharing that his childhood had some serious bumps. “My childhood was a little bit rough,” said the 2015 Rifle High School graduate, but school felt like a safe and welcoming place.
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Meet the Rifle High School Principal Candidates
The Garfield Re-2 School District is excited to announce four candidates for Principal for the 22-23 school year. Staff, students and community members are invited to meet the candidates on Thursday, May 26, at Rifle High School beginning at 5:30 p.m. The following candidates will be interviewed by a panel of students, staff, administrators and family members on Thursday, May 26 and Friday, May 27
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School Board Update from Superintendent Grumley and President Stickler
As we head into the home stretch of the school year, we wanted to provide you with an update on some significant events happening in the Garfield Re-2 School District.
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At the March 9, 2022 Garfield Re-2 School Board meeting the Garfield Re-2 School Board approved calendars for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years.
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Mock Trial @ Rifle High School
The long-running RHS team heads to Grand Junction this weekend in hopes of qualifying for the virtual state tournament in March.
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Garfield Re-2 22-23/23-24 Calendar Options
Calendar Options for 2022-2023 & 2023-2024 The Garfield Re-2 School District, through their negotiating body, Collaborative Solutions, is seeking feedback from stakeholders to determine the calendars for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years. All calendars are based on feedback from the earlier calendar priority survey conducted earlier this year.
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Kindness Card program flourishes at Rifle Middle School
Students and staff are spreading joy and positivity thanks to seventh grader Rihanna Donato’s uplifting student council project.
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In honor of National School Board Appreciation month, Garfield Re-2 is publishing a series of Q&A profile pieces on each member of our Board of Education. In a new year and with a newly elected Board, we hope that readers will learn something new about the outstanding people who represent and serve our district community.
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New COVID-19 protocols go into effect Monday, February 14. Masks will be highly recommended.
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Riverside teacher performs heimlich maneuver on student
If it weren’t for Mr. Foss’s heroic act, a typical day at school could’ve ended very differently for one of his students.
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Erick Monroy named finalist for Boettcher
Erick Monroy is trying to learn the deep life lessons from his parents, and their parents, that many never learn, or learn too late.
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Two Titans Named Finalists for Daniels Scholarship
Four years of college tuition is a daunting challenge for most post-secondary-bound students and their families. Coal Ridge High School seniors Nevaeh Williams and Sergio Jaquez have an opportunity to lighten the load. Both are finalists for the prestigious Daniels Fund Scholarship.
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Coal Ridge Knowledge Bowl heads to regionals
The first ever Knowledge Bowl team at the school is sponsored by Josh Mortensen.
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“I think that Little Blue was planted so that more kids would know about how they affected many lives, and so they would know that they were probably really good at their jobs.”
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Q&A: Garfield Re-2 Board of Education Member Christina Maness
Get to know Maness and what about her makes her a perfect fit for serving our district community
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In partnership with Re-2 school nurses, Vision Service Plan Global is helping families across the district get the care they need at little to no cost.
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Get to know Britton Fletchall and what about him makes him a perfect fit for serving our district community.
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Q&A: Garfield Re-2 Board of Education President Meriya Stickler
Get to know Meriya Stickler and what about her makes her a perfect fit for serving our district community.
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Rifle High School hosts Wilderness Outdoor First Aid Training
The course provides students in the Outdoor Leadership class an opportunity to practice and certify their wilderness emergency preparedness skills.
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Honoring Our School Resource Officers for Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
In honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we’re spotlighting both of our wonderful school resource officers: Trisha Worley and Josh Allison.
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Schools offer students a holiday shopping experience
This year at Graham Mesa, Kathryn Senor, Cactus Valley and Wamsley Elementary Schools, students have the opportunity to purchase holiday gifts for all the special people in their lives. The “stores,” which are called Santa Shops and Penguin Patches, are crucial for kids who want to join in the spirit of giving during this holiday season.
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BIONIC Club helps Kathryn Senor Elementary through challenging times
Whether or not they are welcoming new students to school or working to prevent bullying, students in BIONIC are naturally kind, caring and compassionate.
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Rifle Middle PALS hold holiday food drive
The student leadership group is in charge of coordinating the annual food drive that the school puts on for those in need throughout the community.
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Highland Elementary Student Council volunteers at Extended Table
As a part of their various community service projects, students prepared and served a warm meal to anyone who needed it last week.
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Re-2 School Counselors attend CSCA Conference
Earlier last month, Garfield Re-2 School Counselors Michelle Zinser (CRHS), Lauren Espinoza (RIV), Brenda Murphy (ECE), Amy Chabin (CVE), Kasey Nipsel (GME) and Jennifer Brandow (RHS) attended the 61st Annual Colorado School Counselor Association Conference in Keystone.
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The Garfield Re-2 School District would like to welcome our new school board members. At the November 1, 2021, Garfield Re-2 Special School Board meeting, the board appointed Christina Maness to the Director District C school board seat.
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Drop everything and read at Rifle Middle School
One of their school-wide efforts to focus on reading, students and staff spend 30 minutes with a book of their choice every Thursday morning.
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October 22, 2021 Message from Supt. Grumley
Hello Garfield Re-2 Families: Happy fall to everyone and may you be enjoying the change of the season here in the Rocky Mountains. I wanted to take a moment to reach out and about the happenings in our district.
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Director District C Vacancy
Director C Vacancy - The Garfield School District No. Re-2 is seeking community-minded residents to help serve and lead the greatest administrators, teachers and students in Colorado!
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Mackley resigns October 2021
At the October 15, 2021 special meeting of the Garfield Re-2 School District, the Board of Directors officially declared a vacancy in Director District C and determined a process to fill the vacancy. This vacancy occurred when Katie Mackley stepped down effective immediately at the October 13, 2021 regular school board meeting.
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Cactus Valley student nears end of term as mini-mayor at Sunlight Mountain
A second grader with a passion for skiing, April Carter reflects on her time as mini-mayor of her most favorite ski resort.
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The support structures in a school are many and varied. One of the strongest supports in any school is the academic coach.
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We sat down with Rob Dean and Jeff Bradley to discuss the role coaches play in the social and academic lives of students across the district.
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Celebrating Peyton Garrison, CO 3A Athlete of the Year for Track and Field
Recognized last year after competing in four events at the State Championship, Garrison holds her title through the end of next season.
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Mileage club keeps kids active at Highland Elementary
Meeting briefly before school, participants test their endurance while earning incentive-based rewards along the way.
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Celebrating Peyton Garrison - 2021 Female Athlete of the Year for Track & Field
Recognized last year after competing in four events at the State Championship, Garrison holds her title through the end of next season.
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Meet Kathryn Senor Elementary’s young entrepreneur
Dax Martinez’s Soap Factory has proven to be a creative, challenging and rewarding business endeavour.
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Josh Allison joins the Garfield Re-2 family as School Resource Officer
Allison, who joined the Rifle police force in June of 2019, recently completed the necessary training to hold this new position. He joins Trisha Worley as our district’s second School Resource Officer.
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Congratulations CRHS Counselor Michelle Zinser!
Congratulations CRHS Counselor Michelle Zinser!
Garfield Re-2 and Coal Ridge High School are now home to the Region 6 Director for the Colorado School Counselor Association (CSCA) - Michelle Zinser.
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New Fall Sport Coaches at Rifle High School
Volleyball has been a part of Brittany Sears’ life for as long as she can remember. “My mom was coaching when I was born,” says Sears. “She would bring me in my baby basket to practices and games, so I basically grew up in a gym.”
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Former CRHS QB returns to gridiron to lead Titans
With final board approval slated for the July 28, 2021 School Board Meeting, Crockett WilliamsCRHS FOOTBALLCOACH will lead his football team onto the field at Coal Ridge High School and kick off the 2021-2022 season for the first time as Head Coach. It’s been a little over a decade since he played on that very team, but now he’s back and head-set on taking the Titans to new heights. Whether it’s in the classroom or on the field, Williams is determined to guide his students and players in the right direction.
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Ryan Whittington returns to where it all began
“This is such a great opportunity. It just fell into my lap - how it all came together. I couldn’t be more thankful for how it all worked out,” enthused Ryan Whittington of his new job. Pending Board approval in July, Ryan will become the head football coach for a program he started for, and quarterbacked for three years. “I’ve been away for so long,” he explained. “It’s a great opportunity to rekindle memories growing up in Rifle, playing
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Garfield Re-2 announces Jeff Blanford as the new Director of Finance
The Garfield Re-2 School District is pleased to announce that Jeff Blanford will be the new Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Blanford was approved by the Garfield Re-2 School Board at the June 9, 2021 school board meeting.
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Rifle High School student wins Colorado Stock Market Game Award
In Kelly Lynn’s IB Business and Management class at Rifle High School, junior Marquis Rios has made quite the accomplishment. He is the winner of the year-long Colorado Stock Market Game, an achievement fitting for not only his studies but his interests.
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Jason Shoup - Rifle CMC Faculty of the year AND CMC Collegewide Faculty of the Year
Thursday, May 13, Colorado Mountain College announced that Jason Shoup, welding faculty, earned honors as Rifle Campus Faculty of the Year, and was also named CMC Collegewide Full Time Faculty of the Year. This honor is chosen from all faculty across 11 CMC campuses and is the organization's highest honor.
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Garfield Re-2 welders Kaden Abernathy, Daniel Monroy, Hailie Trujillo, Caleb Gieselman and Josh Martin.
Re-2 welders headed to Skills USA Nationals
Re-2 welders headed to Skills USA Nationals This year, Hailie Trujillo and fellow senior Titans Daniel Monroy and Josh Martin, have combined with Rifle High School senior Kaden Abernathy, and junior Caleb Gieselman to create a Skills-USA welding juggernaut.
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GCFMLD grant helps students' hands get dirty
GCFMLD grant helps students' hands get dirty
Rifle High School Sophomore Emma Self carefully plucked the small brown tipped leaf from the basket of flowers. “I love being in the greenhouse. I would have our class out here all day, every day,” she said, returning to her work of preparing the vibrant flowers and vegetables for this weekend’s plant sale.
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Students journalists publish Newsflash at Highland Elementary
The idea for the school’s bi-weekly newspaper was born out of COVID from Kyra Hills, Rylan Donohoue, Paislee Fields and Jaime Barragan.
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Departing as graduates, returning as substitutes
When Garrett Robinson and Stephen Jones graduated from Rifle High School and Coal Ridge High School, respectively, they didn’t intend to return so soon. But all throughout this eventful year, they’ve lended a hand as substitute teachers at Wamsley Elementary School and Coal Ridge High School.
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International Baccalaureate students aim to return Fravert Reservoir to its former glory
The Fravert Reservoir is both a special place and a neglected place. While it’s a popular spot for the community to go running, shooting and birdwatching, it’s also a spot that’s been subjected to littering and illegal dumping. Bearing witness to this combination of appreciation and abuse during their time at Rifle High School, seniors Jocelyn Abbott, Karisa Coombs, Katelyn Mentink, and Lily McCann-Klausz have taken it upon themselves to help reconcile the disconnect.
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Joseph Thompson Earns Daniels Scholarship
Doors have opened for Joseph Thompson. “It really does just give me lots of options school wise,” he said of receiving the Daniels Scholarship. “I thought that was really awesome, that I can kind of make a decision based solely on where I want to go, instead of how much it costs to where I want to go.”
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Class pets teach kids lessons for a lifetime
Both students and teachers alike are grateful to attend school in-person during the pandemic, but having a plethora of pets in the halls makes it even better. Thanks to the school’s experiential education program, students at Wamsley are learning to care for a variety of animals including a turtle, frogs, geckos, hermit crabs, millipedes and some huge cockroaches. Yes, they are in fact giant hissing cockroaches from Texas.
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Las mascotas de la clase enseñan lecciones a los niños para toda la vida
Tanto los estudiantes como los maestros están agradecidos de asistir a la escuela en persona durante la pandemia, pero tener una gran cantidad de mascotas en los pasillos lo hace aún mejor. Gracias al programa de educación experimental de la escuela, los estudiantes de Wamsley están aprendiendo a cuidar una variedad de animales, como tortugas, ranas, geckos, cangrejos ermitaños, milpiés y algunas cucarachas enormes. Sí, de hecho son cucarachas gigantes de Texas.
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Social Studies doubles as an art class for 8th graders at Riverside Middle School
With striking visual representations displayed on her whiteboard at Riverside Middle School this year, 8th grade teacher Mrs. Espinoza shows us that there’s more than one way to teach Social Studies across the Garfield Re-2 district. From the systems of government to the Civil War, her detailed designs help students visualize the past in an effort to absorb more information in the present.
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Jennetta Howell
Cactus Valley’s Jennetta Howell honored as Most Valuable Teacher by Denver Broncos
When Cactus Valley Elementary music teacher Jennetta Howell opened up her email from the Denver Broncos, just before school let out for break, she wasn’t expecting much.
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Every Student, Every Day - Garfield Re-2's Equity Statement
. . .EVERY STUDENT, EVERY DAY. These four words are the anchor of the Garfield Re-2 vision statement. It has been the mantra of Garfield Re-2 for nearly two decades.
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Ryan Fideldy named next Elk Creek Elementary Principal
Ryan Fideldy to be the next leader at Elk Creek Elementary effective July 1, 2020. Mr. Fideldy began his teaching career in the Garfield Re-2 School District in 2006 as a fourth-grade teacher at the former Roy Moore Elementary in Silt, CO. He then taught at Cactus Valley Elementary and in 2012 transitioned to an academic coach at Graham Mesa Elementary school.
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Garfield Re-2 votes to terminate Superintendent Curtice
RIFLE - At the February 11, 2020 school board meeting, the Garfield Re-2 Board of Directors voted unanimously to terminate the contract of Superintendent Brent Curtice immediately and unilaterally per section 12 b of the Superintendent’s contract, no cause. Curtice, was officially retiring at the end of the 2019-20 school year, and his duties with the District have concluded.
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Garfield Re-2 accepts 2018-19 audit
At the February 11, 2020, School Board meeting the Garfield Re-2 Board of Directors accepted the 2018-19 audit as presented by Paul Backes from the accounting firm McMahan and Associates. The audit shows the finances of the District in excellent shape with a $53.2 million general fund and a $14.9 million fund balance.
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ECE's Sarah Clayton earns Excellence in Teaching award
Denny Reyes and Keren Segovia don’t know who Virginia French Allen is or how her contributions to teaching English as a second language has impacted instruction for decades. What Denny and Keren know is that they love Sarah Clayton’s laugh, her smile and learning to read and speak English at Elk Creek Elementary.
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Superintendent Search
Garfield Re-2 begins Superintendent search process
The Garfield Re-2 School District invites the community to be a part of the superintendent search process in the new year. With the pending retirement of Garfield Re-2 Superintendent Brent Curtice at the end of the 2019-20 school year, the Re-2 Board of Directors are beginning the superintendent search process.
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Seventh grader book creation
Jesus Gonzalez likes to play Minecraft, the blocky, virtual world where gamers can build castles, fight dragons, and create anything they can dream of. He never imagined that he would get stuck in his own Minecraft game. That is exactly how Rifle Middle School student Laykin Godeski imagined a world for Jesus, as she created an adventure storybook just for him.
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RMS PALS show Holiday spirit
RMS PALS have the spirit of giving
In the corner of Rifle Middle School’s front entrance sits a growing mountain of cardboard boxes filled with canned vegetables, soup, breakfast items and cases of ramen noodles. Every morning, the Rifle Middle School students and RMS PALS make it grow a little bit bigger. PALS stands for Providing Assistance, Leadership and Service. These eighth-grade students provide assistance to teachers, students and their school where needed.
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