Parent News – February 1, 2016

NCSD Spelling Bee Champion Hope Porter Wins 2nd Year in a Row!

R – U – P – E – E was Hope Porter’s final word to spell to become the Natrona County School District Spelling Bee Champion in the Ramkota Hotel Theatre. Hope is a seventh grade student from Dean Morgan Junior High School and Mrs. Barbara Boster is her sponsor. Hope was the Champion of the Bee last year, too!

Click here to read more…

Wyoming Medical Center Announces 10 Finalists in their Ambulance Contest! 

This fall, the WMC asked Natrona County elementary students to nominate their favorite Wyoming critter to join the Wyoming Medical Center ambulance herd. They received 170 entries from almost every elementary school and several home-schooled students.

Congratulations to all the students who entered the contest! 

Click here to read more and to vote for your favorites!

NCSD Bulletin Board

Click the below link to access an online bulletin board. This page is designed to share information and flyers on community events and activities for students and their families. 

New this week:  MixCoach- Kevin Ward, at Casper College, Centennial Junior High Orchestra Fundraising Event- Feb. 4th,  Wyoming Bridges Summer School Information,  East Casper Volleyball Club Clinic- Feb. 6thNCHS Fillies Soccer Camp Registration

NCSD Bulletin Board

Lockout and Lockdown: What is the Difference? 

As part of NCSD’s continuous effort to keep our children safe, the District has safety protocols that are used in dangerous or potentially dangerous situations in or around District buildings.

Click here to read about the difference between a Lockout and Lockdown…

Weekend Food Bag Program

The Natrona County School District and the Wyoming Food for Thought Project (WFFTP) have once again teamed up to bring the weekend food bag program to hungry kids in our schools.  This program provides a bag of food the last day of the week, over extended holiday breaks, and during the summer months to students identified as needing help eating when school is not in session. 

If your family needs assistance by this program, please contact WFFTP by calling 307.337.1703 or emailing


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