NCSD Launches Redesigned Website
The Natrona County School District recently launched a redesigned version of the district website. The purpose and usage of the site was carefully examined during this redesign process.
The result of that work is a streamlined site that is focused on the students, parents, and community members of the Natrona County School District. The tools and features of the new website are specifically designed to make it easier for users to find information and resources about NCSD.
Another change with the new site is the combination of NCSD’s blog within the new site’s framework. Our NCSD Blog features exciting stories and updates on events happening around the district. You will be able to access blog posts right on the front page under the “Recent Posts” section.
Thanks for taking the time to check out the new site, please send any of your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pathways Parent Nights
High school students have an exciting new opportunity to be part of Pathways: The Academies of Natrona County. Students will learn through Project-Based Learning, have opportunities for internships, and in some areas be able to earn industry certifications that will prepare them to be competitive in the work force. Courses meet high school graduation requirements and meet the Hathaway Success Curriculum for students that are preparing to attend training or college before entering the work force. Some courses offered can be taken for advanced, honors or college credit. If you would like to know more join us at any of the three Pathways Parent Nights this fall to learn more about these opportunities.
Centennial Junior High School: Monday, October 19, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
CY Middle School: Monday, November 16, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Dean Morgan Middle School: Tuesday, December 15, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
NCSD Students Intern at Casper Planetarium
Stars among us; NCSD students spend their summer learning about astronomy at the Casper Planetarium.
NCSD Inclement Weather Protocol
Cooler weather is on the way, visit our NCSD Blog for information on NCSD’s Inclement Weather Protocol. If you are in need of securing cold weather items for your child, please click here for information on Coats for Kids!