Employees of Delta County Joint School District #50 will receive a one-time stipend in lieu of step increases this year. The recommendation of the school district's budget committee was approved 4-1 by the Delta County Board of Education May 16.
At a banquet hosted by the Delta Elks, Cedaredge High School’s “Most Valuable Students” were recognized: Jordan Smith and Reid Gates, March; Bailey Walker and Peter Williamson, April; and Kenda Pappan and Jake Wieben, May. Below are two of the FFA Students of the Month with chapter advisor Katie Johnson. The Students of the Month are Brianna Morton, March; Kaitlyn Kissner, April; and Lacey Love, May.
From the left: Cedar Mesa Club member Jo Dickes, Jordan Smith ($500 Emma Cox Memorial Scholarship), Tyler Trninich, Lyndsey Cotten ($1,000 Cedar Mesa Club Scholarships), Cedar Mesa Club member Judy Fivecoat.Recipients of the Cedar Mesa Club Scholarships have been named.
Each year the women of the club hold spring and fall dinners to raise money for these scholarships.
Photo submitted Ann Lincoln swallows fire at Paonia Junior High.Last week throughout Delta County elementary and middle schools, Ann Lincoln, who has performed magic, comedic feats and juggling since 1982, entertained students and encouraged participation in summer reading programs at libraries throughout the county. The school district's support of the assemblies and the libraries helped bring in Ann Lincoln to entertain and promote reading to the children.
Rachael Latta of Cedaredge has been awarded a Ronald McDonald House charities scholarship by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, Inc. due to her academic record, community involvement and outstanding personal attributes.
Every year Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, Inc. distributes more than $100,000 to area high school students.