(Washington, D.C.) – The Senate passed a bill Thursday that would curtail the federal government’s role in education if it ultimately becomes law.
(Lander, Wyo.) – The Wyoming Catholic College Board of Directors has voted unanimously that the College shall not participate in federal student loan and grant programs.
(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – With a recent report suggesting Wyomingites might prefer a State Superintendent of Public Instruction who is appointed by the Governor instead of one elected by its citizens, the question turns to what or if there is a next step in the process.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Riverton High School believes that graduation matters and that is why the school is inviting the community to an event on Thursday morning from 8:10 to 9:25 a.m. at Wolverine Gym.
One of the schools visited over the past two weeks was the Plan1 Designed building in Lander, Gannett Peak Elementary. (file photo)
FCSD#25 Facilities Committee decided Riverton’s new school can be a prototype; Design recommendation Wednesday
The District#25 Facilities Advisory Committee stepped off the bus at the Pinedale Elementary School Monday. (FCSD#25 photo by Larry Hartwell)
Students and parents looked over materials prior to the start of a FAFSA workshop in early January. (Ernie Over photo)
(Fremont County, Wyo.) – Spring is not too far off and it’s time to begin thinking about gardening. In that vein, Master Gardener training is starting soon under the aspics of the University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service (UW CES).
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Fremont County School District #25 Superintendent Terry Snyder wrote a State of the District memo this week to district employees to illuminate what has been occurring since the start of school this past fall.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Riverton High School will send 18 of its 22 West Central Region Science Fair participants to the state science fair, Principal John Griffith said today. The eighteen exhibited at this past week’s Science Fair at Central Wyoming College.
District 25 delegation visited Rawlins Elementary Tuesday in search for a prototype school for Riverton
Superintendent Terry Snyder addressed the several dozen tour participants on a District bus en route to Rawlins Tuesday morning. (Ernie Over photo)
Gannet Peak Elementary School in Lander is one of the “prototype” schools to be visited. (Joshua Scheer photo)
WRHS Drama students Tia Hampton, Coy Carroll and Andrew Murdock. (WRHS photo)
Preliminary timetable revealed for fourth Riverton elementary school; New building to be on West Monroe
(Riverton, Wyo.) – If all goes well, Riverton’s newest elementary school could be ready as soon as the fall of 2016. Fremont County School District #25 Superintendent Terry Snyder told the school board that date could be met if a good prototype school could be found, the legislature cooperates and funds the building, and the weather cooperates.
From one side of Mr. Lonnie Adam’s Career Exploration class at Riverton Middle School this morning. (Ernie Over photo)
Students and parents looked over materials prior to the start of Wednesday’s workshop. (Ernie Over photo)
Maggi Murdock (UW)
(Laramie, Wyo.) – December 23, 2013 — A veteran University of Wyoming faculty member who was instrumental in developing the University of Wyoming/Casper College Center and other UW Outreach School programs has been named the university’s interim vice president for academic affairs.
The new BA diploma recipients are, from left: Gary Martine, Shine Tidzump, Barbara Wager, Ron Howard, Violet Aragon and Lisa Williams. (Ernie Over photo)
Riverton Middle School students formed an assembly line early today in the RMS Media Center for the school’s Food For Break program. (Ernie Over photo)
Central Wyoming College President Dr. Jo Ann McFarland addressed the college staff and some students from the basketball court in Rustler Gym Thursday morning. (Ernie Over photo)