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School Construction Keeps Up, School Student Capacity May Not

Despite the multimillion dollar school construction projects preparing more students, especially at Kelly Walsh High School, the chairman of the Natrona County Board of Trustees raised an uncomfortable question Monday.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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School Board Denies Request for Unedited Skit Video; Has Light Agenda for Meeting

The Natrona County School District denied a request from a Bar Nunn man who asked the board of trustees for an unredacted video of the controversial skit presented at Natrona County High School in late August that lead to the resignation of the principal.

The Sept. 29 letter denying the request from school district attorn

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Dani Peterson
Dani Peterson
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Casper College Alert…Man Seen With Rifle…Lockdown Lifted

Alert at Casper College...man with rifle in white Jeep.

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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Superintendent Candidates Want A New Start For Education Department

For whatever differences the two candidates for Superintendent of Public Instruction may have, one thing is clear: They're not Cindy Hill and they're not happy with the drama that has plagued that department.

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Matt Stirn
Matt Stirn
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Ancient Life in the High Tetons

We knew they hunted high in the mountains, but a village?

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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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School Board Candidates Mostly Diss Common Core; Mostly Agree With District’s Skit Decision

Candidates for the Natrona County School District board of trustees want high standards for students, but not necessarily the English and math standards known as Common Core, they said at a forum Monday.

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Native Americans Twice as Likely to Miss School

One in three Native American students is chronically absent.

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Category: Education, Wyoming News
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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Local PAWS Scores Drop

The State Board of Education warned the results of the Proficiency Assessment of Wyoming Students (PAWS) tests were going to be disappointing, and they were right.

Statewide, the best showings for math, science and reading were in the early grade levels

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Expect Lower Scores on Revamped State Test

New assessment test is tougher than before.

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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BREAKING NEWS: Natrona County High School Principal Resigns

Dean Kelly sends letter of resignation to take effect October first.

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Category: Casper News, Education

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