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Education briefs

Sydney Schachter earns degree from the University of Vermont

Sydney S. Schachter of Glenwood Springs received a BA degree in Psychology within the College of Arts & Sciences during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2013, at the University of Vermont.

Jeremiah Riddile graduates from Ripon College

Jeremiah Riddile of New Castle graduated from Ripon College on May 12, 2013, with a Politics and Government major.

Riddile is the child of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riddile of New Castle.

Alexandra Parker graduates from Creighton University

Alexandra Parker of Gypsum was awarded a Bachelor of Science magna cum laude degree during Creighton University’s commencement ceremony on May 18, 2013, at the CenturyLink Center Omaha.

Robert Deveny Graduates from Bowdoin College

Robert Deveny of Carbondale, graduated May 25, 2013, from Bowdoin College, with a major in biochemistry.

Courtney Burkett awarded BJU Legacy Scholarship

Bob Jones University recently announced Courtney Burkett of New Castle as a recipient of the BJU Legacy Scholarship.

The BJU Legacy Scholarship is awarded to students who have at least one parent who graduated from BJU. The award provides up to $1,000 per year, for a maximum of $4,000 over eight semesters.

Yampah Mt. High School accepting application

Yampah Mt. High School is accepting applications for the 2013-2014 school year. Call Marta at 970-945-9463, ext. 100, stop by 695 Red Mountain Drive in Glenwood Springs

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Child Find for Garfield School District Re-2

Attention New Castle, Silt and Rifle parents. Do you have a child between the ages of birth to 5? Do you have questions about their development or their developmental milestones? If you do call Deb Ghan, Child Find coordinator, at 970-319-7644 or 970-665-6802.

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