CHEYENNE – Laramie County School District 1’s safety and security administrator affirmed Monday night there are no plans to arm teachers heading into the new school year. The confirmation was given by Todd DePorter at a work session to inform LCSD1 trustees on current safety strategies and other plans on the horizon. Trustee Rich Wiederspahn asked the administrator whether he saw a need for it in the state’s largest school district after receiving many inquiries from stakeholders.
CHEYENNE – Laramie County Community College isn’t just competing with other schools to attract students, it’s also up against rising wages in the local job market. Factors such as the county’s 2.8% unemployment rate and high school graduates earning $30 an hour at some local retailers are playing a role in stagnating the community college’s enrollment numbers.
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