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Mark Wilson/Ralph Orlowski/Ralph Orlowski/Handout, Gett Images
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Easter

As far as holidays go, Easter might not be as popular as Christmas or Halloween, but it still has traditions and treats that can raise anyone’s spirit, mood or blood sugar level.

The most interesting part of this annual celebration of Spring and rebirth is the supposed difference in the ways they are celebrated.

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East High School (Courtesy of LCSD #1)
East High School (Courtesy of LCSD #1)
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LCSD1 Announces Ombudsman Program

Laramie County School District 1 has announced an agreement with Uplift, a family support network which has been in Cheyenne for 20 years, to provide bullying ombudsman services. Superintendent Mark Stock says Uplift has a proven track record of working with parents and family issues. Stock says  Uplift's agreement with the district is already in effect.

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Dave’s Morning Blog: A Recording for Ombudsman LCSD#1?

Well, it looks like Laramie County School District #1 has made a choice to continue it's school bullying ombudsman program, but with UPLIFT? Really?

Here is the Districts press release about this decision:

Officials at Laramie County School District 1 have announced plans to continue offering bullying ombudsman assistance for families in the community as part of the district’s overall package of services offered to address bullying and provide for safe schools.

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Doug Randall/Townsquare Media
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Nash, Stock Disagree over School Safety, Bullying

Bullying Hurts founder Marvin Nash says some schools in Laramie County District 1 are not safe for students because of the threat of bullying, a view Superintendent Mark Stock strongly disputes. Nash says a lack of openness and inaction on anti-bullying efforts in the district means some district students are not safe from bullying. Nash says that while the district does not ignore incidents of bullying, it's efforts don't go far enough in some cases. He points to the death of Carey Junior High School student  Alex Frye in January as an example. Frye died from a gunshot wound January 3 after his father had reported him missing January 1. Frye was allegedly severely bullied at school prior to his death. Laramie County Coroner Mary Luna has scheduled an inquest for next month to determine the exact circumstances of Frye's death.

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Dr. Mark Stock LCSD#1 Superintendent
Dr. Mark Stock LCSD#1 Superintendent
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Study Says Moving Bad for Students

Laramie County School District One Superintendent Mark Stock says a recent district survey shows that moving from school to school within the district tends to hurt students' academic performance. He cited one example showing that fifth graders  who have never moved achieved a score of proficient on the PAWS  reading test 92 percent of the time.

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LCSD#1 on The Morning Zone Today-Jessup Elementary Library
LCSD#1 on The Morning Zone Today-Jessup Elementary Library
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Thursday Morning Zone News

7:07AM MDT: STEVE JOHNSTON , a political, cultural, religious and economic analyst and author of the book, The Tea Party Culture War guests on The Morning Zone with Dave Chaffin. He will be talking about reading the 2012 tea leav

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Dr. Mark Stock Superintendent of LCSD#1
Dr. Mark Stock Superintendent of LCSD#1
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Big Day on the Morning Zone:Eggs and Issues, Pointe Frontier, Micah Halpern, and LCSD#1

Today is a very special day on The Morning Zone:

We will kick it off at 6:30AM MST with Morning Zone Host, Dave Chaffin emceeing the the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce "Eggs and Issues breakfast" live from the historic Plains Hotel ballroom. Local legislators will be discussing legislation impactin

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