History of West Fork
Rockwell Swaledale CSD is Founded
The communities of Rockwell and Swaledale reorganized into the Rockwell-Swaledale Community School District
Sheffield Chapin CSD is Founded
The communities of Chapin and Sheffield reorganized into the Sheffield-Chapin Community School District in
Meservey Thorton CSD Reorganized
The communities of Meservey and Thornton reorganized into the Meservey-Thornton Community School District in 1963.
Meservey Thorton Building Closed
The In 1983, the Meservey building was closed and all students attended school in Thornton.
SCMT Enter Whole Grade Sharing
Beginning the fall of 1988, the Sheffield-Chapin and Meservey-Thornton Community School Districts came together to whole grade share. Through this arrangement, all students in grades 5-8 attended classes in the Thornton building and students in grades 9-12 attended classes in the Sheffield building. The school functioned as SC-MT but as two different districts financially. This whole grade agreement continued through the spring of 2007.
SCMT & RS Enter Whole Grade Sharing
Beginning the fall of 2004 and continuing through the spring of 2007, the Rockwell-Swaledale Community School District and the SC-MT Community School Districts operated with a dual campus high school. This program allowed students to enroll in classes and programs in the neighboring district. Shuttle buses provided transportation for the high school students back and forth between the two schools four times per day.
SC-MT Reorganize & Become SCMT
On July 1, 2007, the SC and MT Districts reorganized to become the SCMT Community School District.
West Fork CSD is Founded
West Fork evolved from a whole grade sharing agreement between the Rockwell –Swaledale and Sheffield Chapin Meservey Thornton Community School Districts
West Fork Enrollment Trend
During the fall of 2010, the last certified enrollment count for the Rockwell-Swaledale Community School District was listed at 374 learners while the SCMT Community School District was listed as 444 learners.
This sharing agreement took place for three school years and as a result of a vote of the resident voters in the historical Rockwell-Swaledale and SCMT school districts, the two districts reorganized into a single district known as West Fork