District 1 prepares back-to-school plan

School District 1 trustees are reconsidering a practice that requires students to reimburse the district if they fail a dual enrollment class. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

Sheridan County School District 1 plans to be ready for students to return to classrooms on Aug. 24.

District 1 Superintendent Pete Kilbride said the plan is currently in draft form but the final document will be made available so parents and students will know what to expect when school resumes for the fall.

Beyond that, he said, the district plans to have regular classes in the schools it operates in Big Horn, Ranchester and Dayton.

He said lunch periods at the schools will probably be altered somewhat to avoid large numbers of students being in the lunchroom at the same time.

Kilbride said the district has prepared a frequently-asked-questions document that will be sent to parents and posted on the district’s website when the plan has been approved.

All school districts in Wyoming have been instructed to prepare SmartStart plans that must be reviewed and approved by the Wyoming Department of Education before school starts this coming year.

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