Aerin Curtis, Casper Star-Tribune

Aerin Curtis

Casper Star-Tribune

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Past articles by Aerin:

Cheyenne district notes drop in bad behavior by students

Although student behavior is improving overall, junior high students continue to have some issues in Laramie County School District 1. → Read More

LCCC offers safety training to educators

A week-long program at Laramie County Community College will offer summer classes on safety to school safety personnel and crisis responders, along with educators and administrators, campus safety director James → Read More

State Board of Education finds its voice

Communication can be a challenge for the State Board of Education. → Read More

Math to build by offered at Cheyenne South High

Several students at Cheyenne’s South High no longer ask when they will ever use math. → Read More

Cheyenne district renews Poder Academy charter

CHEYENNE - The first public charter school in Cheyenne is set to continue. → Read More

Cheyenne family gathers support from elementary school

CHEYENNE – Students lined both sides of the hallway to clap and cheer Tuesday as a young girl in a wheelchair raced up and down its center. → Read More

Cheyenne teachers focus on math pupils' needs

CHEYENNE -- Math classes are attracting a few new faces for some teachers at Alta Vista Elementary. → Read More

'Public' records lawsuit approaches Cheyenne court date

An ongoing lawsuit regarding inspection of public, electronic records appears to be headed toward a court date soon. → Read More

Wyoming board rules against taxing school districts

A decision by the Wyoming State Board of Equalization means school districts won’t be taxed for some land purchases. → Read More

Wyoming student health unaffected by federal funding change

School districts in Wyoming aren’t among those that will receive more federal money for school health services after a change in federal policy, according to state Department of Health officials. → Read More

Board: Tuition guarantee could help Wyoming college students finish

CHEYENNE -- Wyoming’s community colleges are looking at ways to improve student completion rates using tuition costs. → Read More

Changes may be coming to Wyoming standards process

CHEYENNE – Members of the State Board of Education discussed Thursday a possible revamp of the standards review process. → Read More

Parents march to Capitol to support school choice

CHEYENNE -- In Khris Looney’s homeroom, she has students in fourth, fifth and sixth grades. → Read More

Bedbugs prompt procedure at Cheyenne schools

While head lice and ringworm have long been outbreaks that school employees and nurses watch, Laramie County School District 1 officials are also keeping a lookout for bedbugs, district officials → Read More

Report notes improvement in Wyoming education

Wyoming’s education system ranks well overall, but could offer more support in early childhood education, according to a new national report. → Read More

State reviews University of Wyoming funding process

The University of Wyoming needs to re-examine its hiring policy and pay scale, faculty workload, processes to monitor divisions and departments, and athletic funding sources. → Read More

Charter school applications might move to state

A bill being written by Rep. Sue Wilson, R-Cheyenne, would shift review of charter school applications away from local school districts. → Read More

Cheyenne homeless remembered at memorial service

CHEYENNE — Everyone has value. → Read More

Winter break offers time for college, scholarship applications

The winter break may not offer much downtime for students heading to college next year. → Read More

Laramie County schools set legislative wish lists

Administrators at both Laramie County school districts say they will follow a few things in the upcoming legislative session and hope certain other topics will be addressed. → Read More