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NCSD Attorney: Video Of Skit Is Not Subject to Personnel Confidentiality

Releasing a video of a controversial skit that resulted in the suspension of the Natrona County High School principal does not violate personnel confidentiality, the school district's attorney said Tuesday.

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UPDATE: Video of NCHS Skit, Transcript To Be Made Public; Personnel Matters Still Secret

A press release from the Natrona County School District issued Monday night contradicted what its attorney told K2Radio about the same time.

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School District Conducts Top Level Investigation of NCHS Administrators…Kelly Out

Numerous sources tell K2 Radio News, the problem revolved around a skit performed for faculty.

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UPDATE: School District Attorney Conducts Personnel Investigation…Kelly Temporarily Replaced

The Natrona County School District is conducting an investigation into key personnel at Natrona County High School, but its attorney declined to offer specifics on Thursday.

"There is a personnel investigation, ongoing, that involves Natrona County High School," said the district's general counsel Kathleen Dixon

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Student Dies, District Offers Counseling

A female 10th-grade student, 15-year-old Julien Fujita,  died on Monday, according to a prepared statement from the school district on Wednesday..

"The NCSD wishes to convey its condolences to the family and friends of the Natrona County High School student who passed away on Monday, August 18th, 2014

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NCHS Murals Preserved In Print And Digital Form

For thirty years, Natrona County High School art students have chronicled local, national, and international events on the walls of the school. This project, conceived by longtime principal Byron Moore (principal from 1982-2007), has engaged students and staff in annual reflection of ideas, issues, and people that impact their lives and their community

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Natrona County High Schools Graduation Dates And Times

 

It's cap and gown time in the Natrona County School District. Seniors are counting down until their last day. On May 25 and 26, more than 800 seniors will receive their diploma among the county's four high schools.
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Natrona County High School “Swing Space” Building Progressing

Officials with the Natrona County School District say work is progressing at Natrona County High School's new $14 million "swing space" building.

“Interior work is being finished, there are over 20 classrooms built in that building right now, lights are being turned on (and) plumbing fixtures are being installed,” district executive director of business services Dennis Bay said

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“The Laramie Project” to Open Thursday at NCHS

Drama students at Natrona County High School have been hard at work rehearsing for "The Laramie Project," which opens a weekend run Thursday night at The John F. Welsh Auditorium.

“I didn’t want my students to leave my program and go into a theater program out of state - or have people who came from outside of the state into theater programs in Wyoming - say, ‘Oh, you’re from Wyoming! I did ‘The Laramie Project!’' and have my kids not know what that is,” Natrona County High School drama teacher Zach Schneider said

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Casper Arbor Day Event This Thursday

An Arbor Day tree-planting celebration will be held later this week at a Casper-area Interstate 25 interchange near the city's east side.

Keep Casper Beautiful spokesperson Beth Andress says the city will partner with area high school students and the Wyoming State Forestry Division for the event Thursday morning at the northbound Curtis Street interchange

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