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No School for District 1 & 2 and StrideThursday, April 18

Due to adverse weather conditions school has been cancelled for all of Laramie County School Districts #1 and 2 on Thursday, April 18.  All activities, including the career fair at South High School, are also cancelled and district offices will be closed.  Stay war

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ALL SCHOOLS IN LCSD#1 CLOSED WEDNESDAY

AS OF 7:00PM TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2013, LARAMIE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 ANNOUNCED THAT ALL SCHOOLS IN THE DISTRICT BOTH RURAL AND IN TOWN WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 AND NO BUSES WILL RUN.

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Larmie County School District #1 Storm Update

Weather forecasts indicate that weather conditions will continue at current patterns until Wednesday night. Keep checking back for the latest information on delays and closures.

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Sean Gallup/Getty Images
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Laramie County School District #1 Emergency and Inclement Weather Procedures

The following are the emergency and inclement weather procedures for Laramie County School District#1:

LCSD1’s rapid-notification system, ParentLink, is

used as a communications tool to parents to quickly

send phone and e-mail messages. This system

will be used in case of emergency and inclement

weather situations. For example, ParentLink will notify

parents of late starts, early releases and emergency

closures due to weather or a crisis si

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And, The Razzie Goes to LCSD#1

Did you ever wonder why Laramie County School District #1 didn't call for an early closing time BEFORE 2:20PM when driving conditions and visibility around Cheyenne rapidly deteriorated starting about 11:30?

I found myself to be one of the many parents stuck in literal traffic jams trying to pick up my junior High daughter and elementary school niece

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Joe Raedle/Getty Images
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District to hold immunization clinics for sixth-grade students


Since Wyoming’s immunization law requires all students entering seventh grade to receive a tetanus vaccine, Laramie County School District 1 and Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department nurses are sponsoring immunization clinics for sixth-grade students. Tdap vaccines w

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LCSD 1 Working to Improve School Monitoring

Laramie County School District 1 Superintendent Mark Stock  says district officials have been working over the Christmas break to improve monitoring of older schools in the district.

Stock says newer school buildings are generally constructed in such a way that school officials can keep tabs on who is coming and going--in large part because the school offices are usually located near main entrances

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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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Anderson Elementary School (Courtesy of LCSD#1)
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LCSD #1 Training Staff in Bullying Prevention

During Tuesday evening's "Bullying Hurts" webinar on KGAB, Todd Burns, principal of Bain Elementary School and Olweus Bullying Prevention Program coordinator for Laramie County School District #1, said he believes the entire community needs to be involved in changing the culture of bullying.

Burns said earlier this year a bullying prevention committee fr

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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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