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Trustees Approve $320 Million NCSD Budget For FY15

Trustees with the Natrona County School District have formally approved a roughly $320 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

Board treasurer Paula Reid said the budget, which was approved unanimously during Wednesday meeting, was propelled higher by the continuation of several major district construction projects

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Driggers Rejoins Natrona County School District Board of Trustees

A familiar face rejoined the Natrona County School District's board of trustees on Monday night.

Dr. Dave Driggers left the board in the 1990s to start a private medical practice. He says he returned to the board after his retirement from medicine to finish his service to Natrona County residents

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District Trustees Pass Dual-Language Immersion Expansion Policy

Natrona County School District trustees have unanimously passed a new district policy that advocates the expansion of an optional dual-language immersion pilot program that has, in recent months, gained popularity among parents and state officials

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Driggers Appointed to Natrona County School Board

A new Natrona County School District trustee was appointed on Monday.

After interviewing four candidates, current trustees selected a former trustee to fill a seat left vacant by Audrey Cotherman

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Dual-Language Immersion Expansion on Monday NCSD Board Agenda

Natrona County School District trustees will decide on whether they want to expand a popular dual-language immersion program at a Casper elementary school next week.

Trustees on Monday are slated to vote on making changes to the existing Mandarin immersion program currently in place for kindergartners at Paradise Valley Elementary School

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Gov. Mead Applauds Paradise Valley DLI Program

Gov. Matt Mead likes what he sees from the Natrona County School District’s first dual-language immersion classroom.

Mead met with teachers and students from Paradise Valley Elementary School on Thursday to see how the program works

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NCSD Trustees Approve $293 Million FY14 Budget

Trustees have formally approved the Natrona County School District’s budget for the next fiscal year.

Trustees say the nearly $293 million budget for fiscal year 2014 contains money for needed staffing increases and the continuation of several construction projects throughout the district’s geographical footprint

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NCSD Trustees Honor Teacher, Approve School Name Change

The Natrona County School District applauded one of its best educators Monday night.

Former Natrona County High School language arts teacher Chris Dresang, who was recently named the school district’s teacher of the year for 2013, was honored by district trustees prior to a scheduled Monday board meeting

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School District Moving Forward With Dual-Language Immersion Pilot Program

The Natrona County School District will go forward with an optional dual-language immersion pilot program slated to be implemented next school year.

The amended curriculum approved Monday night would utilize two class sections of 22 kindergarten students at Paradise Valley Elementary School

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DLI Preferences, Costs Discussed at Monday Board Meeting

District officials discussed preferences and costs associated with a proposed dual-language immersion curriculum for Natrona County students at the Natrona County School District’s regular board of trustees meeting Monday night

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