In the beginning, there is story.
A year after the Wyoming Legislature voted to incorporate computer science into the state’s Common Core of Knowledge, the Wyoming Department of Education has released its draft computer science standards.
Do you want to leave a legacy that lasts long after you’re gone? Plant a tree.
“Words are important,” Susie Berry says.
Vocabulary. Spelling. Cardboard?
Below-zero temperatures haven’t frozen the hot streak of the Buffalo High School speech and debate team, which continued to perform well during its first two February competitions.
Writer’s note: The first few paragraphs of this story will be best enjoyed if you read them while the theme song to “The Odd Couple” is playing in your head.
A building that was once home to the Clear Creek Conservation District will soon be filled with giggles, imagination and a whole lot of fun as Buffalo Head Start moves in.
Karen Blaney is the first to admit that she isn’t that musical. Her talents have always leaned more toward reading, teaching and directing plays.
The Buffalo High School Student Council may have fun activities planned for Blackout Week, but the heart of the weeklong celebration isn’t lost on student activities coordinator Georgia Wages.
The Johnson County School District is using a new computer-based curriculum to supplement students’ learning and hopefully get them excited about math.
Just in time for national Computer Science Education Week – Dec. 3-9 – Kaycee School received $500 in funding, which allowed the school to expand its computer science offerings.
If you’ve been a student at Meadowlark Elementary School since its construction in 1975, you likely remember the school’s library. What you might not know is that it hasn’t changed much since you were a kid.
Who doesn’t like smoothies? They are delicious, healthy and … educational?
Two Johnson County teams were among the top 10 performers at the annual First Lego League state competition in Casper over the weekend.
Johnson County students and advisers took the annual Wyoming Association of Student Councils state convention by storm earlier this month, according to Buffalo High School’s student council adviser, Tracie Kirven.
In April, the Johnson County School District will receive 11 new school buses – a $1.3 million value – for free thanks to state agencies.
Five minutes into her Buffalo Bulletin interview, Kathy Smith needs a hug break.
Buffalo residents put on their best dress Saturday to raise funds for the Learning Tree Christian School.
The black uniforms of the Buffalo High School marching band stood in stark contrast to the snowflakes swirling around them. Within minutes, the back of each uniform was plastered with snow.
If you are passionate about educating local kids, the Johnson County School District wants you to be its guest.
Will the Buffalo High School band rank superior for a 12th year in a row at this year’s state marching band competition on Oct. 13?
For the first time, roughly 1,000 Johnson County students will join schools from across the country for International Walk to School Day.
After 26 years in its current location at 201 Aspen Drive, Buffalo Head Start is contemplating a new base of operations, according to Julie Kaufman.
Because of new social studies standards approved by Gov. Matt Mead, students in the Johnson County School District will soon learn more about Native American culture and history
The first day of school is an exciting time for many Johnson County students – filled with new teachers, new friends and a lot of learning.
Seven thousand dollars is a lot of money – especially when you are two 13-year-olds without full-time jobs.
The early days of local nonprofit Friends Feeding Friends haven’t exactly gone according to plan, board member Heather Haas said.
For Emma and Kaya Pehringer, produce judging was something of a calling – literally.
Steady funding will ensure that Sheridan College in Johnson County’s fiscal 2019 budget will be nearly identical to its fiscal 2018 budget, according to the college’s director, Derek Andrews.
Over the years, the Buffalo High School band has had its fair share of fundraisers, according to band director Jason Bennett.
Since it was created in 1974, the Rubik’s Cube has mystified millions. According to the toy’s website, less than 6 percent of this planet’s 7.6 billion people can solve it.
When he was offered a chance to design a bookmark themed around Wyoming’s natural resources, fifth-grader Logan Jordahl had no shortage of ideas.
Two months after the Wyoming Legislature voted to make computer science part of the state’s Common Core of Knowledge, work is underway to bring coding to Buffalo High School.
Cindy Phillips’ family has centuries of history in Johnson County. So when she was offered a job teaching music in the Johnson County School District, she jumped at the chance.
When looking for artistic inspiration last fall, Kiley Shepperson turned to a favorite family photograph.
Over 100 pieces from 45 Buffalo High School artists graced the floor of the Casper Events Center over the weekend during the annual Wyoming High School Arts Symposium.
Ten Buffalo High School students traded the mountains of Buffalo for the beaches of Barcelona, Spain, during a school-sponsored spring break trip.
A year after parents petitioned the Johnson County School District for equal educational opportunities for students in Kaycee, a lot of positive changes have been made, according to Jason Moss.
Past junior classes have set a high bar for proms at Buffalo High School. In just the past few years, students were whisked away to a carnival, Alaska and Candyland.
It’s amazing where 2,614 pages can take you.
In a matter of months, Buffalo High School’s class of 2018 will walk across the podium to accept their diplomas. But not all BHS students will have that chance.
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A pine cone isn’t just a pine cone. If you look at it hard enough, it just might become a tropical fish, according to Kaycee School first-grader Trevore Pavey.
As Georgia Wages took the stage at the Cheyenne Civic Center, she was blinded by the spotlight but could still sense hundreds of eyes gazing at her.
The students of Johnson County School District’s class of 2031 will take their first steps into knowledge this fall when they enter kindergarten.
As they’ve traveled across the state and performed in jazz festivals, the members of Buffalo High School’s jazz band and choir have had numerous opportunities to see professional musicians perform.
With its trapezoidal shape and an armor of gray and green duct tape, Piper Schmidt’s prototype sled looks like a “Star Wars” ship crossed with the Pizza Hut logo.
The school funding recalibration report, which was eagerly anticipated by Wyoming legislators for over nine months, was unceremoniously dumped during the Legislature’s Jan. 30 meeting of the Select Committee on School Finance Recalibration.