During the March 11 meeting, the Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1) Board of Trustees voted to rescind the appointment of McPherson & Jacobson, LLC, for the superintendent search.
The Board then voted to approve the Wyoming School Boards Association (WSBA) to assist with the superintendent search.
Recently, Whiting High School used a “Penny War” to raise $68.34 for Laramie Interfaith. Whiting students competed for their grades to see who could earn the most money to add to the donation.
The Juniors raised a total of $24.64 to win the co
Albany County School District #1 sent a survey to staff in early January in order to assess sentiment surrounding issues related to COVID. Staff was also asked about district resources, support, and workload.
Results from the survey revealed three major findings:
most ACSD#1 staff somewhat or strongly agree that they feel a sense of personal accomplishment by working in the district (74%),
Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1) four-year graduation rate for the 2020-21 school year was 85.8 percent, marking an increase of 6.3 percent from the 2019-20 school year.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, ACSD#1 had seen an improvement in its graduation rate each year from 2015-16 to 2018-19...
Albany County School District #1 Trustee Jamin Johnson has resigned, effective January 1, due to moving out of state. Johnson shared his decision in a letter to the Board of Trustees, which stated:
“My family has been given the opportunity for new and exciting experiences outside of the State of Wyoming, and we have decided to move to pursue these opportunities. Lara...
At the December 8 Board of Trustees Regular Meeting, the Board voted to move to masks “strongly recommended” starting on January 3, when students and staff return from Winter Break.
With this shift in mask policy approaching, Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1) is sharing resources and information about the approved Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, which is available for anyone ages five an
At the October 13 Board of Trustees Regular Meeting, the board voted to approve the COVID-19 Mitigation Plan, which includes universal masking in K-12 facilities, through Friday, November 12.
The November 12 deadline reflects the first Friday that follows the next Board of Trustees Regular Meeting which will be held on November 10