According to Wyoming State Statute 21-4-102(b) “A home-based educational program shall meet the requirements of a basic academic educational program pursuant to WS 21-4-101(a)(vi). It shall be the responsibility of every person administering a home-based educational program to submit a curriculum to the local board of trustees each year showing that the program complies with the requirements of this subsection. Failure to submit a curriculum showing compliance is prima facie evidence that the home-based educational program does not meet the requirements of this article.”
Click here to obtain home school paperwork for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year.
If you have any questions, please contact Kim Cawthra at email@example.com or (307) 532-2171.
Home School forms and Virtual Education Form
EARLY LITERACY PLAN
ESSA DISTRICT rEPORT cARD 2019-2020
To request information on this website in another language, please email Mr. Ryan Kramer.
2020-2021 ASSESSMENT DATES
The Wyoming Content and Performance Standards serve several purposes. They articulate a set of expectations for what students should know and be able to do, enabling them to be prepared for college and career success; to live a life that contributes to the global community. These expectations are communicated to students, parents, educators, and all other Wyoming stakeholders, and provide a common understanding among educators as to what students should learn at particular grades.
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- Language Arts
- English Learners
- Social Studies
- Fine & Performing Arts
- Foreign Language
- Health Education
- Physical Education
- Standards Review
- Extended Standards
- Career & Vocational Education
- Chapter 10 Rules
PowerSchool For Students and Parents
Staying in touch and informed on your children's education is very important. GCSD uses PowerSchool as an easy, efficient way for parents/guardians to get information.
PowerSchool gives parents information on:
- Test Scores
Power School For Staff
CURRICULUM CONTACT INFORMATION
Mr. Jeff Fuller
Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Data Management
I believe that we are a driving factor in the future of children and it is our ethical duty to assure that students learn to high levels. It is crucial that staff, parents, students and administration come together and create a system to promote achievement at high levels for ALL kids. Working together we will make a difference for the kids in Goshen County.
Ms. Kim Cawthra
Administrative Assistant to Director of Curriculum
Mr. Dustin Ludwig
Information Specialist/PowerSchool Manager