SARATOGA — Wyoming should clarify and impose its own instruction standards regarding “equality and equal rights” rather than anticipate federal mandates to teach critical race theory, according to Sen. Charles Scott, a Casper Republican.
The state-sponsored Hathaway Scholarship for Wyoming’s college-bound high school students received another update this legislative session, but the public will get to weigh in on how the new rules are written.
As the school year ends and the district looks to the future, the biggest pressure might not come from decisions about education. Instead, housing issues loom over one of Teton County’s largest employers.
CASPER — Wyoming school districts have begun receiving much-needed federal pandemic relief dollars and are planning how to spend promised dollars not yet received.
Some people are concerned about kids putting the proverbial pedal to the metal on e-bikes, and officials are looking to do something about it before school ends for the year.
Every person who works at Teton County School District No. 1 has had a heavy load this past year, but a couple employees received commendations for leaving it all on the mat. At the school board’s monthly meeting May 12, nurse Esther Ellis was named staff member of the year, and Jackson Hole…
Despite an entire legislative session that appeared primed for significant cuts to education funding, Teton County teachers’ paychecks will look relatively the same next year.
If you aren’t familiar with the Teton Music School you’ll have a chance to become so on Saturday when it hosts its first fundraising “Spring Fling” at the Bar J Chuckwagon off Highway 390. Proceeds will fill the school’s scholarship coffers.
The Teton County School District Board of Trustees meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday, and on the agenda is an increase in one of the taxes it oversees.
The Community Safety Network, partnering with St. John’s Episcopal Church, will host a virtual watch party next month featuring Amy Poehler’s new movie “Moxie.” Parents of teens are encouraged to attend, but anyone is welcome.
In the U.S. Senate, lawmakers are sometimes forced into what are called “vote-a-ramas,” in which any legislator can introduce any number of amendments that must be voted on before a bill can be passed.
Some students don’t feel they had their say when the school board opted for a 4-day in-person schedule last month.
With teacher vaccinations imminent, the Teton County School District board of trustees charged into the heated topic of increasing the number of days students should spend in class, face to face with a teacher.
Ahead of the school board’s Thursday special meeting, nearly 200 people are making it known where they stand on in-person learning.
Teton County school administrators and trustees want their elected representatives to fight for their interests in the upcoming session of the Wyoming Legislature.