Education: Re-2 |

Education: Re-2

Garfield County School District No. Re-2 serves families in New Castle, Silt and Rifle with four elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school.But the district is growing. Coal Ridge High School, the newest addition to Re-2, is scheduled to open in the fall of 2005 with approximately 250 freshmen and sophomores. The new school is located near Interstate 70 between Silt and New Castle. It will primarily draw from Riverside Middle School.First through fourth grade students attend elementary school; fifth through eighth grade students go to middle school and high school students are in the ninth through 12th grades.

RE-2 School BoardPresident: Vicki VanEngelenburgVice President: Howard StapletonSecretary: Jan HubbellDirector: Jay RickstrewDirector: Kim GoossensDistrict Office(970)625-7600SuperintendentDr. Gary Pack,(970) SuperintendentAva Lanes,(970) of FinanceChristine Hamrick(970) of Districtwide ServicesTheresa Hamilton,(970)625-7621thamilton@garfieldre2.k12.usDirector of MaintenanceCraig Jay(970)625-7600Director of TransportationSanja Morgan,(970) of Instructional TechnologyChris Coffelt(970) of CurriculumSam Humphrey(970) of Food ServicesSusan Beecraft(970) High School2003: Avg.2004: Avg.1350 Prefontaine Ave.Rifle, Colo. 81650(970)625-7725principal: David Middle School20032004750 Railroad Ave.LowLowRifle, Colo. 81650(970)625-7900 principal: Mark Middle School2003: Avg.2004: Avg.804 W. Main St.New Castle, Colo. 81647(970)625-7800principal: Sue Senior Elementary2003: High2004: High101 Alder Ave. New Castle, Colo. 81647(970)625-7700 principal: William ZambelliHighland Elementary2003: no rating2004: Avg.1500 E. 7th St.Rifle, Colo. 81650(970)625-6800principal: Howard Disney Moore Elementary2003: High2004: High822 Orchard Ave.Silt, Colo. 81652(970)625-7850 principal: Lisa Elementary School2003: No rating2004: Low225 E. 30th St.Rifle, Colo. 81650(970)625-7950 principal: Eva

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