Wyoming Education Association

Transitioning from High School to College
For some students the step up from high school to college can be as difficult as precalculus. That’s why the Wyoming Education Association (WEA) is partnering with schools and colleges. WEA President Kathy Vetter says it’s important to make sure students have the tools they need to suc…
Wyoming Educators to Attend NEA Annual Meeting
  Over 10,000 educators will gather in Orlando, Florida, June 26 through July 6, for the National Education Association’s Annual Meeting. Wyoming Education Association President Kathy Vetter says the meeting, which is the largest gathering of educational leaders in the U.S., gives attend…
Wyoming Teachers Union Delegates Gathering In Casper
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Representatives from nearly every school district in Wyoming are gathering in Casper for the Wyoming Education Association’s annual delegate assembly. The assembly opens Thursday and will continue through Saturday. The union has over 5,000 members in Wyoming and is …
Kathy Vetter New President Of WEA
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Kathy Vetter, of Wheatland, has been elected the next president of the Wyoming Education Association. Currently an instructional facilitator, Vetter will officially assume her new role as head of the teachers union on July 15. Vetter will succeed current WEA President, K…
Wyoming Educators Head To Chicago
Wyoming Educational leaders will join up with their National counterparts for the 149th National Education Association Assembly at the end of the month. Wyoming Education Association President, Kathryn Valido, says just like in Wyoming, nationwide educators see accountability of schools and teachers…