At CRMS, there are many projects and programs that require funding to be completed. Several of these projects are related to maintaining the campus and its buildings. CRMS remains committed to preserving its property and its history, while at the same time ensuring that the school’s facilities are adequate for educating the students of today and future generations. Others of these projects are designed to enhance programs by providing new facilities or equipment to ensure excellence in all areas of the CRMS curriculum.
CRMS is currently working on the following projects. If any of these speak to you or to your experiences with CRMS and you would like to make a gift to the future of the school, please contact Lisa Raleigh
at 970-963-2562 in the Development Office to discuss them further.
New Health & Wellness Offices and Fitness Center
Projected Cost: $875,000
Our current capital project is focused on the school’s health and counseling facilities. Both remain located in the Holden House, following the move of the administrative folks to the new Welcome Center. It has been our goal to provide modernized, and centrally located, offices and facilities for these important school services. Our current plans include relocating both the health and counseling centers to the Bar Fork in dedicated spaces. The new health facilities will require remodeling the areas adjacent to the climbing gym and the counselor’s office will be adjoining the Bar Fork with a private entrance. In addition, a new fitness center is planned to replace the current multi-purpose room to provide a strength and conditioning center for our students, faculty and staff.
Projected Cost: $75,000+
CRMS is always in need of support for the information technology program, including hardware procurement and upgrades, software upgrades, and technical assistance, to ensure that CRMS students, faculty, and staff have access to the technology resources they need to be successful.
Projected Cost: $5,000
Funds donated for this project will allow CRMS to maintain its ranching programs on the campus.