Cowboy Battalion Alumnus, 2nd Lt. Bison Carcelli, recently graduated from the US Army’s Ranger School. This school challenges candidates both physically and mentally. The Cowboy Battalion is incredibly proud of 2LT Bison Carcelli.
Since Monday, June 21, when summer school began, the school district reported that 10 students and five staff members tested positive for COVID-19 at Afflerbach, Baggs, Davis, Goins, Meadowlark, Prairie Wind and, Sunrise elementary schools and South High School.
LCCC completed its fourth year of hosting the Weld Works training program Friday, July 2, providing local and regional high school welding instructors the opportunity to learn and enhance their welding skills.
The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees will hold its annual public budget hearing and regular business meeting at 7 p.m., Wednesday, July 21, in the Community College Center, Room CCC 128.
Dr. Margaret Crespo, the new Superintendent for Laramie County School District #1, officially takes office today. She released a letter to the community about assuming the new position.
Returning to college as an adult can be incredibly daunting, especially for those questioning how to afford school in addition to the reality of living expenses. It often can be a question of making hard choices that leaves behind those students interested in going to school or finishing a degree.
Laramie County Community College has announced its list of graduates for the 2021 spring semester and students earning a place on the president’s and vice president’s honor rolls.
Hudson Roling and Lincoln Trujillo of Cheyenne received degrees from the University of Jamestown and were honored during commencement ceremonies on May 8 in Harold Newman Arena.
Piper Perez of Cheyenne demonstrated exceptional skills in communications courses at Dickinson State University (DSU) and was awarded the Recognition of Excellence in Communication by the Office of Academic Affairs following the spring 2021 semester.
The school district reports that from Friday, May 28 through Thursday, June 3, the district 13 students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
The Cheyenne Workforce Center and Laramie Workforce Center partnered with Laramie County Community College and will host a virtual job fair from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m., Wednesday, June 9.
Angelo State University announced that Alex Covey, Coryn Davis, and Naomi Rangel of Cheyenne were among the graduates during the 2021 spring commencement exercises, May 15, at Junell Center/Stephens Arena in San Angelo, Texas.
The University of Sioux Falls in South Dakota has announced that Jordan Holt of Cheyenne is graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Social Science.
School district student music schedules are available online at www.laramie1.org. Click on the “Parents and Students” link, then under PARENT/STUDENT RESOURCES, click “Music Events & Resources.” Or click here for a direct link.
The school district reports that from Friday, May 21 through Thursday, May 27, six students tested positive for COVID-19 at Carey Junior High, Central High, Davis Elementary, and East High.
Sarah Urbanek, Shelby Bowman, Aundrea Brown, Kristofer Phillips, Cody Poley, Emily Hood, and Maleigha Hilliard of Cheyenne were named to the Southern New Hampshire University Winter 2021 President's List. The winter term runs from January to May.
Heidi Kuric, a resident of Cheyenne, made the Spring 2021 Academic Achievement List at Georgia Southwestern State University and was among 612 students recognized for the scholastic achievement.
The school district reports that from Friday, May 14 through Thursday, May 20, the district four students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19 at Arp Elementary, Carey Junior High, Central High, and Saddle Ridge Elementary.
In response to the recent lifting of the mask mandate by the Wyoming Department of Health, LCCC will also lift their mask requirement for employees, students and guests beginning, Tuesday, June 1.
East High’s speech and debate team recently competed at the National Individual Events Tournament of Champions (NIETOC). Nearly 1,200 students competed from 290 teams representing 35 states, making it the largest tournament in NIETOC history.
School District offices and schools will be closed Monday, May 31, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Office hours will return to a normal schedule on Tuesday, June 1.
The school district reports that from Friday, May 7 through Thursday, May 13, four students and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19 at Baggs Elementary, Central High, Freedom Elementary, and Prairie Wind Elementary.
Governor Gordon has announced the membership of his K-12 Education advisory group, setting in motion an effort to lead Wyoming’s education system into the future.