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Park County School District #6 has changed its COVID-19 protocol, as it takes a more and less “active” approach to track the virus in Cody schools. Cody Schools Interim Superintendent Tim Foley sent a message to the parents and guardians of Park County School District #6 earlier this week. In the message, a new COVID-19…

Cody educator Brian Schroeder has been appointed as Superintendent of Public Instruction by Governor Mark Gordon, leading Wyoming schools until January 2023. Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced Schroeder’s appointment on the evening of Thursday, Jan. 27. Brian Schroeder fills the vacant seat left by Jillian Balow, who resigned earlier this month. Balow announced her resignation…

While threats of violence spread on social media, Park County school districts are collaborating with local law enforcement to keep students safe. Over the past week, a distributing trend has emerged on several social media platforms. While it didn’t originate in Park County, posts on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter have a similar message: incite school…

Park County School District #6 eases its COVID-19 protocol, changing how families can choose to quarantine for the benefit of Cody students, staff, and teachers. COVID-19 continues to be a daily struggle for many places in Cody, especially for Park County School District #6. The ongoing spread of the Delta variant has students being stuck…

Cody schools will be spending the final day of the most unorthodox school year in recent memory without any internet in any schools due to a Casper-area fire. Park County School District #6 sent a text message to all Cody – area parents at 7:03 a.m. on Friday, May 28. There is an ironic twist…

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers are working on competing proposals to address a projected $300 million shortfall in K-12 education funding over the next two years — and are looking to solutions for a longer-term deficit in school funding. The state’s rainy day fund of about $1.3 billion is available to cover the short-term…

Cody elected two new school board members and two incumbents to return to the board – how to they intend to move our schools into the uncertainty ahead? All the candidates running for the four available seats in the 2020 Election made their final statements during a public forum hosted during Cody Club lunch on…

It’s time to mail your Wyoming Letters About Literature. The Wyoming Letters About Literature Writing Contest deadline is January 11th, 2020. The rules of the contest are simple – students from 4th to 12th Grade read a book that personally affects or inspires them. They then write a letter to the author telling them how…


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