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 By Felicia Sams    School    November 21, 2019 

Creating our story through FCCLA

Moorcroft High School FCCLA joined more than 3500 FCCLA student leaders, members and advisers at the Omni Hotel in Dallas, TX on November 15 through the 17, 2019 to participate in the annual FCCLA...

 

School Menu

BREAKFAST November 25: Uncrustable, applesauce, GoGurt November 26: Muffin, mandarin oranges, cheese stick November 27: No School LUNCH November 25: Chicken fajita, lettuce, tomato, refried beans, apple November 26: Beef & cheddar, smiles, peaches,...

 

Students remember our soldiers

The Moorcroft K8 and High School each offered veterans ceremonies of recognition and commendation Monday morning before classes. As the MHS assembly began, the band and choir played “From Sea to...

 

Ode to the Veterans

MK8 students in sixth through eighth grades participated in a poetry contest to honor veterans recently and Annie Massie, Lily Mckim, Madison Gromann and Renae Norris won with the following verses. Remembering those who fought By: Annie Massie ... Full story

 

Students of the month

Do what has to be done...

 
 By Grace Moore    School    November 7, 2019

MHS exceeds state average

Last Thursday, the Moorcroft High School (MHS) student body and staff celebrated a year’s worth of hard work and accomplishment with drinks and snacks in the building’s common area. The Wyoming Department of Education has shared the results of...

 

EWC to host strategic planning listening session at Moorcroft High School

Eastern Wyoming College President Lesley Travers and other EWC leaders will be at Moorcroft High School on Thursday, November 7, 2019, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. to solicit input on a strategic plan to guide Eastern Wyoming College for the next five years....

 

UW horse judging team wins first of season competition

The University of Wyoming horse judging team won the collegiate division of the U.S. National Arabian Horse Show in Tulsa, OK, in its first competition of the season Friday, October 25. “This was...

 

FCCLA collecting items for shoeboxes

Moorcroft FCCLA is collecting items to fill Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes. These shoeboxes will be sent to children in need around the world. All items must be new and no breakables, candy, gum, or war related items. Items can be dropped off...

 

Artists 'draw' large crowd

Over 100 people gathered on Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the MK8 gymnasium for Literacy Night. Students and guests enjoyed viewing art work by local artists Sarah Rogers, Viktoriia...

 

Moorcroft FCCLA sending care packages to soldiers

Every year, hundreds of our men and women are deployed to serve our country, many of whom are from Wyoming. My name is Natalie Peters and I am a freshman at Moorcroft High School and a member of Family Career and Community Leaders of America...

 

UW Graduation

The University of Wyoming accorded a BA (Bachelor of Arts) degree upon Taitlyn Lea Preus of Pine Haven at the completion of the 2019 summer semester....

 

Alternative Program students visit traveling Genghis Khan exhibit

ver wonder who the greatest empire builder of the world was? The students in the Alternative Program at Hulett are studying just that, by comparing many leaders throughout history including Attila the Hun, Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar and... Full story

 

Starting a chain reaction

Kids gathered last week at schools across the county to hear a presentation about Rachel’s Challenge, a program that promotes the legacy of Rachel Joy Scott. The young girl was the first person killed in the Columbine High School tragedy, but what...

 

Service awards for bus drivers

CCSD bus drivers receiving service awards, left to right: Don Buckman, 10 years; Roberta Noyce, 15 years; Kristine Nelson, 10 years; Roberta Wagner, 30 years; Susan Miner, five years; Roy Bush, five... Full story

 

Moorcroft FCCLA "Shoots for the Stars"

The Moorcroft Chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) has kicked off the new school year and is inviting new members to “Grow with FCCLA”. The chapter recently held a root beer float party for all past members and anyon...

 

Andrea Wood recognized for local history class project

he Wyoming State Historical Society’s Awards Committee has announced that their Clara M. and Henry E. Jensen Outstanding Wyoming Teacher Award has been given to Moorcroft High School teacher Andrea Wood. Wood was nominated for this award by West...

 
 By Grace Moore    School    August 29, 2019

Welcome Teachers

Moorcroft and Pine Haven welcome nine new teachers and a new counselor working and giving their best to the children of the Moorcroft schools this season. Shanna Kinnick Shanna is not unknown in the l...

 

State Poppy Poster Winner

The American Legion Auxiliary #25 is proud to announce that Byron Williamson, a 4th grader at the Moorcroft K-8, was selected as the first-place state winner in his category for the poppy poster...

 

Parents address suicide policy

Supported by a group of community members, Jess and Doug Donnell addressed the school board on Monday evening to encourage more communication about the issue of teen suicide and a rethink on the district’s new policy regarding suicide prevention....

 

Back to school

Kids registered for classes last week, with Principal Teresa Brown reporting to the school board that more than 500 students were registered at Moorcroft’s two schools as the year began. At the...

 

Whitcomb FFA Branding Day

Whitcomb FFA is holding their third annual Branding Day. Come brand the board and enjoy a free supper with us. There will be FFA merchandise with some fun games. Hope to see you there!...

 

Little acts of kindness

From tragedy, hope can often spring. The story of one young girl has impacted the lives of millions of students across America since she lost her life 20 years ago as the first person killed in the Columbine High School shooting, and her legacy of...

 
 By Grace Moore    School    August 8, 2019

School exit road a no-go

There have been several dirt work machines working on the south side of Moorcroft High School over the last few weeks; the contractor has begun the process of upgrading the single ingress/egress from Country Club Lane into the existing south parking...

 

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