We miss you! Thanks to everyone who picked up student packets. We only had a handful left. We’ll mail those home this week. Here are some links to online resources we think will be helpful. They’re on both the district site and the Afton site. The link is online.lcsd2.org #all4afton... See MoreSee Less
Grab and Go Breakfast and Lunch will be available beginning Thursday, March 19, for all children 18 years of age or younger, to include preschool, enrolled or not. Children do not need to be present. Parents/guardians may pick up the meals.
To help with meal preparation please go to the following link Grab and Go Sign Up or type forms.gle/A5qcCksnvx4G8w9k6 in your menu bar, to sign up for these meals. This is not mandatory but we appreciate you helping us prepare an adequate number of meals.
Pick up will be at the following locations: Star Valley locations- look for signs with exact pick-up location (Etna Elem., Thayne Elem., Star Valley High School)- March 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 Pick up times will be from 10:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. ... See MoreSee Less
Like you, we’ve been scrambling trying to keep up with the latest on the Coronavirus. We were a little shocked about the sudden school closures, but we want to try and keep students moving forward in their learning as much as possible given the circumstances––until we can get the students back.
In the short term, teachers are putting together work for each specific student––mostly paper and pencil for younger students––but we’re also preparing to use some online resources, particularly if the school closures go longer than April 6th. At this point returning April 6th is the plan. That, no doubt, will be subject to how things are going with the Coronavirus pandemic.
We’ll post some general resource links on the Afton Elementary website sometime Wednesday.
Teachers will have prepared packets for each individual student by today starting at 1:00 and we’ll be here until 7:00 PM. You are welcome to come by the side door of the gym at your convenience and get your child’s packet–––then we will bring it to you. We’re trying to practice social distancing for everyones’ safety, so we ask that you not bring other children to the door. In the event you can’t come on Wednesday (today), we will be here all day Thursday and Friday from 8:00-4:00. If none of those work, call us at 885-8002 and we’ll figure out a way to get the materials to you.
Teachers will be in touch with you in the next day or two to find out what your resources are when it comes to internet connection, computers, or other devices that could be used to help learning.
We’ll do our best to be in touch as we learn more. If you have questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to call us.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (March 15, 2020) – Due to the unprecedented circumstances facing our state, Governor Mark Gordon and State Superintendent Jillian Balow recommend that all schools remain closed to students through at least April 3. This is a recommendation to local superintendents and school boards,...