LCSD1 Sources of Strength Team to host adult advisor training
The Laramie County School District 1 Sources of Strength Team is inviting community members to take part in a Sources of Strength adult advisor training session on Oct. 17 from 2-4:30 p.m. The training will take place in the LCSD1 Administration Building, 2810 House Ave., room 326.
The vision of Sources of Strength is to empower a well world. By bringing together a group of various students and adults from across the community, that vision can be lived out.
To participate in the training, please complete the following Form. A maximum of 50 participants can join this training session.
District hosts math pilot town hall meetings
Laramie County School District 1 will be hosting town hall meetings to provide information on the district’s kindergarten through eighth grade Eureka Math Squared pilot program.
The meetings are scheduled as follows:
· Monday, Sept. 25, 5:15–6 p.m., LCSD1 Administration Building, 2810 House Ave. room 306.
· Tuesday, Sept. 26, 5:15–6 p.m., Storey Gym Boardroom, 2811 House Ave.
· Thursday, Sept. 28, 5:15–6 p.m., LCSD1 Administration Building, 2810 House Ave. room 306.
LCSD1 Sources of Strength Team offers first community training of the school year
The Laramie County School District 1 Sources of Strength Team invites parents and community members to participate in the first Sources of Strength adult advisor training of the 2023-2024 school year. The training will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 19 from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Storey Gym board room.
Please RSVP at https://forms.office.com/r/rtnzkV9K1t to attend. The event is limited to 50 participants.
LCSD1 immunization deadline Friday, Sept. 22
Laramie County School District 1 reminds parents/guardians that the deadline for students to receive their required immunizations is Friday, Sept. 22.
According to the district’s head nurse, Janet Farmer, immunizations are required by state law and notification of this requirement begin as early as February during registration prior to the fall deadline.
If a student is not in compliance with this law, exclusion from school will occur on Monday, Sept. 25. Parents/guardians will be called to pick their child up from school to take their child for the required immunization. They are expected to bring the student back to school immediately after the immunization is completed.
Vaccines are readily available at healthcare providers in Cheyenne and at Cheyenne Laramie County Public Health. For more information, parents are encouraged to contact their school.
Senior survey will go out in August
Parents of 2023 Graduated Students:
As part of our state requirements to ensure that students are college, workforce, and military ready there will be a survey sent you to you and/or your student via email with questions regarding the status of your graduated student. The questions will involve where your student is residing, if they are employed and the type of business if they are, if they are military, if they are enrolled in a college education or a training program for the fall, and if so what type of program, the name of the college and the length of the program.
Our goal is to collect the most accurate information possible. You will receive this survey first in August via email. Two additional attempts to reach you will be made later in the fall per state requirements. Your participation in August would be greatly appreciated. We value your feedback and assistance with this important project.
LCSD1 Board of Trustees approves new leadership hires
LCSD1 Board of Trustees approves new leadership hires
Four new administrative hires were approved at the March 20 Board of Trustees meeting.
Michaela Bradshaw was approved to serve as the next principal of Johnson Junior High. Bradshaw has served as Johnson’s assistant and associate principal since August 2020 and has made many achievements in her time in the district, such as leading multiple teams to build Johnson’s multi-tiered systems of support for academic intervention, behavior management and progress monitoring. She has also worked with families and staff members to implement Johnson’s improvement plan.
Keri Peacock was approved to be the next principal of Dildine Elementary. Peacock served as the assistant principal at Meadowlark Elementary last year where she filled the role of co-hiring manager, managed student behavior and staff expectations, planned and facilitated school-wide professional development and maintained effective communication among stakeholders and supported initiatives to maintain a positive school climate.
Eric Jackson was selected to serve as the director of school leadership. Jackson served in this position on an interim basis during the 2022–2023 school year. In this role, Jackson is responsible for federal programs such as Title I schools, English as a Second Language, safe and healthy schools, and more. He also oversees the district’s professional development and principal leadership development. Prior to this role, Jackson was LCSD1’s assistant director of instruction for five years, and before that he was the first principal of Saddle Ridge Elementary, where he served for 10 years.
Amanda Hall was chosen as the assistant director of instruction. Hall served in this position on an interim basis during the 2022–2023 school year. Hall has many roles in this position, including overseeing professional development instructional coaches, aligning English Language Arts standards, co-facilitating the prekindergarten and English Language Learner programs, and more. Prior to serving in this position, Hall was principal of Goins Elementary for seven years.
Our goal in making these selections was to provide exceptional leaders that possess the qualities and attributes that district staff and community have shared are essential in these roles.
The decision to recommend these candidates to the Board of Trustees was based on a thorough hiring process, which included an interview and recommendations from a committee made up of teachers, parents, administrators and district personnel.
Sources of Strength Adult Advisor training for parents
contact LCSD1 Access and Opportunity Coordinator Drew Hall at (307) 771-2373.
2023 graduation ceremonies to be held at Frontier Park
Officials at Laramie County School District 1 announced last fall that after considerable deliberation and input from a variety of stakeholders, the district will once again be partnering with Cheyenne Frontier Days to host 2023 graduation ceremonies at Frontier Park, 1230 W. 8th Ave.
With the exception of Triumph High School, all ceremonies will be held on Friday, May 26. Triumph High’s graduation will be held on Thursday, May 25 at 4 p.m. in Storey Gymnasium, 2811 House Ave.
“The venue is an iconic Cheyenne tradition, and we are very thankful for our partnership with the Cheyenne Frontier Days Committee to offer this experience,” Superintendent Dr. Margaret Crespo said.
The ceremonies on Friday, May 26 are scheduled as follows:
• 9:30 a.m., East High School
• 1:30 p.m., Central High School
• 5:30 p.m., South High School
To accommodate picture opportunities for family and friends, each high school campus will be open immediately following graduation.