Monthly Archives: October 2011

Free Dental Screening and Fluoride Treatment for K-5 Students

On November 18th, Pinedale Elementary will be working in conjunction with the Wyoming Department of Health to provide a free dental screening and/or fluoride treatment to students in grades K-5. The dental screening will be conducted by registered hygienists under … Continue reading

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I’d Like to Introduce You to Alice Brown

Each October we hold our board meeting at the school in Bondurant.  Board meetings are about conducting the business of the district, but I really enjoy the trip to Bondurant.  The students there prepare an entertaining presentation for the Board … Continue reading

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Making Lemonade

When I was younger and something negative happened, my parents were fond of brandishing the “Life gave you lemons, make some lemonade” phrase. Honestly, it sort of irritated me. “Easy for you to say” I often thought, and “You don’t … Continue reading

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12 Rules for Rasing Delinquent Children

You probably haven’t been to the very bottom of my blog page, but that’s where the following disclaimer resides. Disclaimer:  The postings on this site are my own and do not represent Sublette County School District 1’s positions, strategies, opinions, … Continue reading

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More Talk About Bullying

A few weeks ago I posted some information about our Olweus program and the data we’ve collected regarding our bullying prevention activities.  Since that time I’ve had several very productive conversations with parents, students and staff concerning bullying prevention.  In … Continue reading

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Worthy of a Headline

Schools tend to get a lot of newspaper coverage.  And we certainly had our fair share last year.  But as I look back over last year, there’s an important story missing in the mosaic that became 2010-2011, namely our academic … Continue reading

Posted in Student Achievement