As a final conclusion to the season, Buffalo High School recorded their state performance of the show “Conspiracy Theory” on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, in front of parents and the entire high school student body. Normally the band would travel to Casper for a live performance in front of nearly…
Buffalo High School’s marching band hosted the Eighth Annual North Wyoming Marching Invitational to Cody, Thunder Basin and Campbell County High Schools to have an opportunity to perform live for other bands, parents and community members. Buffalo finished the show off as the final performan…
Buffalo hosted a dodgeball tournament on Tuesday night as part of Homecoming week. The tournament allowed the teams to play a few games outside of the bracket before ultimately narrowing down to the final two teams: The Guns and Throwses and Black Out. Black Out took a quick lead knocking ou…
Buffalo High School's construction classes have begun the electrical work on their tiny house. The past few semesters of students have been working on the building of the house. Once the house is complete, it will be auctioned off and the money hopefully used to start the next tiny house.
Buffalo High School Hosted Riverton for their 2020 football game on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. Buffalo held their opponent to a 10-0 lead going into the second half. The Bison scored early in the third quarter and despite growing momentum in the second half, were not able to pull out a win, losin…
A complete rewrite of the Johnson County School District’s sexual harassment policy was among the policy changes approved on second and final reading during a Sept. 14 school board meeting.
A group of eighth graders from Clear Creek Middle School drummed out an early morning surprise for the students of Meadowlark Elementary on Sept. 25. The students are taking a bucket drumming elective class and brought their buckets, chairs and sticks over to the playground to perform a few …
Buffalo High School held their homecoming parade on Monday evening, Sept. 28, 2020 as one of the early events to celebrate the week. The parade included the fall sports teams as well as the band that performed before, during and after the parade from the edge of Crazy Woman Square. Other Hom…
The eighth grade class’s science day moved off of the mountain and into the park this year for a sunny day of presentations on everything from soil quality to game tracking. Employees of local agencies made presentations on their specialties, representing Game and Fish, Forest Service, State…
While budget cuts have impacted nearly every aspect of Wyoming government in recent weeks, mandatory cuts have not hit Wyoming schools. Yet.
Three local schools have submitted applications that, if approved, would allow them to offer schoolwide Title I programming.
A recent extension to the USDA’s food services waiver will provide Johnson County School District students with free meals from Sept. 14 through the end of 2020.
Meadowlark Elementary hosted their annual Kindercamp for incoming kindergarteners and pre-kindergarteners on Aug. 12 to help the young students learn about what school be like in the future for them. The event was postponed because of COVID-19 but the event was able to happen before the star…
What makes special education so special? Well, in Johnson County, at least part of that exceptionalism can be traced to Shelley Armstrong, who will be retiring this spring.
Teacher retirements are always sad in the Johnson County School District, but it takes a very special teacher to bring a school board member to tears with their retirement announcement.
The classroom will have a whiteboard and tables and seating, but grass will serve as the carpet. The only light will come from the sun.
After more than two months of separation, Buffalo High School’s seniors gathered together as students one final time at Mike Moon Field Monday to celebrate their graduation and the end of their high school careers.
As the spread of the coronavirus leaves high school sports in disarray, Buffalo High School athletic director Ryan Mader is working to get athletes back on the field.
Do you want to know how to change a tire? Or the difference between a W2 and a W4 tax form? Or how to install smoke detectors in your house?
The 2020-21 school year will see the addition of a sixth school – and the first to be tailored entirely to struggling students – to the Johnson County School District.
In any business, the opinion of the customer counts. That holds true in Johnson County’s largest school as well.
Science, it turns out, does not always have the most pleasant smell.
Riding in a cardboard box sled requires sitting inside a box. Creating a winning one requires thinking outside the box.
A love for agriculture is infectious.
Johnson County is cowboy country – the land of the Virginian, Butch Cassidy and Sheriff Walt Longmire.
Local parents will soon have a chance to provide feedback on what after-school activities they would like offered on Friday afternoons in the coming 2020-21 school year.
Poetry has an unexpected power that sneaks up on you when you least expect it.
Buffalo High School isn’t just a school – it is a community and a family, according to junior Hollis Mantle. Nothing reinforces that fact quite like the school’s spirit weeks.
We like to think that big problems such as human trafficking don’t affect small towns like Buffalo, said Alexandra Stevenson, co-founder of the Sheridan-based nonprofit Uprising.
Buffalo High School senior LaCee Bennett is no stranger to the Wyoming All-State Honor Orchestra, having been accepted to it in each of her first three years of high school.
After two months serving as interim chairman of the Johnson County School District’s board of trustees, Dave Belus will continue to lead the board through 2020.
Being Santa Claus is exhausting.
Former Buffalo High School activities director Jan Johnson was elected to the Johnson County School Board on Monday night.
Student councils from both Kaycee School and Buffalo High School received the highest honor possible at the Wyoming Association of Student Councils convention in Sheridan last month.
The community will have a clearer picture of what a four-and-a-half-day school week could look like in coming months.
Fifteen years after the concrete foundation was first poured, Buffalo High School’s agriculture shop is set for a long-discussed expansion.
In the four years since the Johnson County School District last raised salaries for substitute teachers, the district’s rate has fallen well behind the curve.
Excellence was bred in the Buffalo High School band long before this year’s freshmen were even out of diapers.
Winter is coming – courtesy of the Buffalo High School marching band.
Academics awaken the mind and athletics strengthen the body. But how does a high schooler feed her soul and give back to a school that has given so much?
When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. When life gives Becky Qualm trash, she makes science experiments.
Over the past 15 years, the Buffalo High School ag shop has become a maze of plasma torches, projects and pipe benders.
After two community forums and months of planning, the calendar for the 2020-21 school year in Buffalo is finally taking shape.
It’s the first day of school for Kevin Thomas. And, as for any first-day student, the new beginning brings both trepidation and excitement.
Months of research on hidden attitudes in national surveys culminated for Buffalo High School graduate Carlos Gonzales on July 29 with a presentation at the University of Wyoming’s research symposium.
After a high-achieving class in 2017-18, the performance of Buffalo High School’s 2018-19 junior class on the ACT test could be seen as a disappointment.
Three months after board Chairman Tim Blaney expressed concern about the Johnson County School District’s purchasing policies, business manager Tom Sarvey has drafted the district’s first purchasing manual.
After years of helping to write, edit and compile the Wyoming Stewardship Project curriculum, Buffalo resident Ashlee Seidel has received her reward.
Aug. 19 marked many firsts for Buffalo Head Start – from the first class in the organization’s new building at 621 Fetterman to the first day using a new curriculum.
The winds of change are blowing, and Preah Tobiasson’s chickens know it.
When asked to pose for a photo, Anna Buckingham immediately knew what she wanted to do.