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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

Anderson Elementary School (Courtesy of LCSD#1)
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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Cheyenne's East High School
Cheyenne's East High School
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LCSD#1 Superintendent Mark Stock was Today’s Morning Zone Guest[Audio]

At 9:07AM MDT, we talked with Laramie County School District #1  Superintendent, Dr. Mark Stock, and got his update on the proposed plan to build three 5th and 6th grasde only schools in the district, and on the plans to find a plot of land suitable for the new Prairie View Elementary. We also discussed his th

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South High School (Courtesy)
South High School (Courtesy)
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It’s Back To School Today On The Morning Zone

We are only a week away from school starting for another year here in southeast Wyoming, and today in The Morning Zone, we'll take a look at some of the issues to consider as we get ready for the 'Reading, Writing and Rithmetic'

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Congressional Republicans Hold News Conf. On Senate Health Care Bill
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Senator Barrasso To Headline The Morning Zone Program Today

Wyoming's U.S. Senator, John Barrasso will be our guest, live from Washington, at 7:37AM MDT today on The Morning Zone. We will talk with the senator about the ongoing efforts in both houses of Congress to reduce the deficit and raise the debt ceiling, and we will get his view on the Obama Administration's recent flip-flop on domestic drilling

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Attorney, Board Member to Discuss Proposed School

Former Attorney General Pat Crank will guest in The Morning Zone Thursday at 7:07 AM MDT, to give his candid view of the proposed, contraversial Prairie View Elementary School.

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