Curriculum

We are highly focused on 21st century academics. At FCSD #1, we offer a wide selection of curricular options for students, including high ability programming, Advanced Placement courses, dual/college credit courses, music, fine and performing arts, career and technical education courses, and world languages.

Federal law requires the district to notify parents of the following:

  1. The right to request information about the qualifications of their child's teacher to include state license status with approved subject areas, emergency/provisional status, and field of discipline along with information about qualifications for paraprofessionals who are providing services to their child.
  2. When their child has been taught four or more weeks by a teacher who is not meeting applicable state licensing requirements.
  3. Annual notification to parents of EL students if a teacher has recommended their child for a language instruction program and the parent's right to opt out of the program.

If you would like information regarding any of these indicators, please contact the district office at (307) 332-4711. Your child’s teacher is dedicated to the success of every child in the class. We thank you for your continued support of your child’s education and encourage you to communicate with his or her teacher on a regular basis so that together we can provide your child with the best education possible.

Curriculum Standards

By setting high expectations and providing diverse learning opportunities, we will empower students to succeed in careers, college, and life. Please learn about our high standards here. Keep updated on public input on standards by going to Wyoming Department of Education's standard reviews.

Academic Programs

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School improvement plans

School improvement is a six-part continuous cycle focusing on the teaching and learning business of the school. The cycle ensures that each school provides all students the support, opportunity, and access to achieve at high levels.

The school improvement plan (SIP) cycle includes developing the academic and social-emotional vision, gathering data related to that vision, analyzing the data, planning the work and aligning the vision as a response to the data, implementing the strategies and action steps outlined in the plan, and gathering data to measure the impact of the strategies and action steps.

The building administration and stakeholder representation annually update the SIPs. The curriculum director collaborates with the building administration to monitor the school improvement process.

Deidre Meyer, Curriculum Director, collaborates with the building administration to monitor the school improvement process.

Curriculum Office Staff

Chris Jones
District Data Manager
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Deidre Meyer
Federal Programs/Curriculum Director
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