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Kindergarten registration requires some homework

To register children for the 2003/2004 school year, the child’s immunization record, birth certificate and Social Security number must be brought to the registration. Please bring copies of these records for your child’s school file.Minimum vaccination requirements for grades K-12 school children are as follows: five doses of pertussis, five doses of tetanus/diptheria, four doses of polio, two doses of measles/mumps/rubella (MMR), three doses of hepatitis B, and one dose of varicella (chicken pox) – with a history of disease accepted. Records will be examined and questions will be answered the day of registration.The dates for the Garfield Re-2 kindergarten registration are: Kathryn Senor Elementary, April 24, 1-4 p.m.; Roy Moore Elementary, April 29, 1-4 p.m., Wamsley Elementary, April 30, 6-8 p.m., and Highland Elementary, May 6, 6-8 p.m., taking place at Esma Lewis Elementary.Parents enrolling their children in Re-2 schools for the first time next year will need to know the boundary lines between Highland Elementary and Wamsley Elementary, so they will know where to register their children. Students living on the west side of Whiteriver Avenue will attend Wamsley Elementary, and students living on the east side of Whiteriver Avenue will attend Highland Elementary. Students living on Silt Mesa, in Cottonwood Springs and south of the Colorado River will attend Highland Elementary. Students north of town along Highway 325 and in west Rifle will attend Wamsley Elementary.Congratulations to the Skills USA-VICA Club for their strong showing in the District 7 Leadership and Skills competition, held at UTEC Campus in Grand Junction on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Rifle High School was represented by 18 students in Automotive Service Technology, and seven of those 18 finished in the top 20, out of 168 total contestants from District 7.Victor Imondi finished first for Rifle, and fourth overall. Owen Madison finished second for Rifle and eighth overall. Shawn Luke finished third for Rifle and ninth overall. In Architectural Drafting Nick Worley finished first overall and Amanda Addington placed second. In Job Interview Owen Madison placed second out of 24 contestants and in Prepared Speech Amanda Addington finished first.The officer team of Kyle Minter, Isaac Martin, Cory Williams, Tony Allen, Doug Kircher, Seth Martin and Victor Imondi finished first in Opening and Closing Ceremonies.


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