Sheridan County School District 1 trustees approved retirements and one resignation of school district staff in a special meeting earlier this week.
The district’s Superintendent Pete Kilbride said those positions are not being opened to rehiring at this time.
He said the district does fully intend to replace those individuals, but trustees have opted to not advertise the positions until a later date.
He said trustees decided to approve the retirements and resignation at the special meeting rather than wait until the regular meeting later this month because they happened within the past couple of weeks.
Wyoming legislators, currently in session in Cheyenne, this year will consider a recalibration bill as the state is faced with a shortfall of $300 million a year in education funding starting in 2022.