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LCSD#1 Superintendent Mark Stock (Courtesy of uwyo.edu)
LCSD#1 Superintendent Mark Stock (Courtesy of uwyo.edu)
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Stock Says State Schools Well-Funded

Laramie County School District 1 Superintendent says Wyoming schools are  "very,very well funded".

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Dave’s Morning Blog: “Houston, We have A Problem!”

The top,front page headline in the Sunday, August 26, 2012  Wyoming Tribune Eagle was "WE HAVE A BULLYING PROBLEM...AT SOME SCHOOLS LCSD1 SCHOOLS, THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS WHO SAY THEY'RE BULLIED TOPS THE NATIONAL AVERAGES...BUT CHANG

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District Study Shows Moves Lower Test Scores

Laramie County School District One Superintendent Mark Stock says a recent study of fifth grade reading test scores in the district shows that students who changed schools usually scored lower than those who have not moved.

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Thursday’s Morning Zone

It's another great day on the Morning Zone as host, Dave Chaffin, talks with these great guests:

7:07 Ron Kess;er, Chief Washington correspondent for Newsmax.com and New York Times bestselling author,will discuss American Crossroads: Obama Exposed as Pretender.A recent political ad essentially accusing

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Goins Elementary School Principal Joyce Chalstrom (Amy Richards/TSM)
Goins Elementary School Principal Joyce Chalstrom (Amy Richards/TSM)
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New Improved Goins Elementary Building Opens

Laramie County School District One officials unveiled a new, larger Goins Elementary School building on Friday, just in time for the upcoming school year.

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(Amy Richards/TSM)
(Amy Richards/TSM)
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LCSD#1 Registration Information

Laramie County School District #1 Fall 2012 Registration gets underway. Parents/guardians will need to provide proof of address for the 2012–2013 school year to their school. Documentation should be a current rent receipt, utility bill, phone bill, credit card or bank statement.

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Senator John Barrasso, R-WY, photo courtesy Senator Barrasso Facebook page
Senator John Barrasso, R-WY, photo courtesy Senator Barrasso Facebook page
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Thurs. Morning Zone Chock Full of Information and Discussion

Today will be a busy one around The Morning Zone. Dave's guest list includes:

7:07AM MDT: M. Lee Hasenuaer will be in talking about Praise on The Plaza coming up tonight from 5-9PM at the Depot Plaza. Several Cheyenne churches and Nieman and Sons Music are getting together fo

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Dr. Mark Stock, LCSD#1 Superintendent
Dr. Mark Stock, LCSD#1 Superintendent
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Stock says Space Issues a Continuing Challenge

Laramie County School District 1 Superintendent Mark Stock says the district continues to face a challenge in finding adequate space for district classes and programs. Stock says one common misconception is that such problems could be solved simply by moving all 6th grade classes into the district's Junior High Schools. Stock says those schools barely have enough space to hold the grades already housed in them.

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Dr. Mark Stock, LCSD#1 Superintendent
Dr. Mark Stock, LCSD#1 Superintendent
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Gay Marriage, Alzheimer’s, LCSD#1: Thursday Morning Zone

Don't miss today's Morning Zone ! Dave's guests will be:

7:07AM  MDT: We're off to a very contraversial start today with Aaron Anson, the author of “Mind Your Own Life,” and is a “new thought coach” featured in numerous publications including AARP. Anson

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24 Ingest Unknown Substance at Afflerbach School

Twenty-four Afflerbach Elementary students received medical attention Thursday afternoon after ingesting an unknown substance, according to a press release from the Laramie County Sheriff's Department.

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