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United States Air Force
Child & Youth Education Services - School Liaison Program Manager
7601 Randall Avenue
F. E. Warren AFB, WY 82005-2502
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
There are no DoD schools on F.E Warren AFB. In Laramie County School Districts #1 and #2, there are 44 public and private schools, including three high schools in #1 with an alternative high school, and two HSs/Junior HSs in #2. There are three Junior HSs in #1. There are 25 elementary schools in #1 and 4 in #2. There are six private schools in #1 and one can be K-12. There is a homeschooling population supported both by the school districts as well as the Laramie County Library System. Bus service, meals, before and after school programs, sports programs, and exceptional children programs information is available at the Laramie County School District homepage.
Laramie County School District #1 (LCSD1) is the public school system that serves Cheyenne and F.E. Warren AFB. The district is comprised of 3 rural elementary schools, 26 city elementary schools, 3 junior high schools, 3 high schools and 1 alternative high school. LCSD1 also has 1 charter school, Poder Academy. LCSD1 enrollment for 2017-2018 school year was 13,651 students.
Laramie County School District #1 is a boundary-driven district. Students' residential address determines which school they will attend. Detailed district information can be found at www.laramie1.org.
The City of Cheyenne has faith based private school opportunities for children. Contact the School Liaison Officer at the Airman & Family Readiness Center for more information by calling 307-773-5943.
Homeschooling is an increasingly popular educational alternative in which children learn outside of conventional schools under the general supervision of their parents. Some homeschooling families operate like small-scale versions of conventional schools, with textbooks and tests and traditional grades. Others adapt ideas from alternative educational philosophies and give children considerable control over what is learned and how learning takes place. There are numerous websites dedicated to those that wish to home school. Explore the world-wide web for the many homeschooling options available.
F.E. Warren AFB has a home school group that coordinates on and off base activities and field trips. The Youth Center also offers a weekly PE class for homeschoolers during the school year. Contact the School Liaison Officer at the Airman and Family Readiness Center for more information by calling 307-773-5943.
See the Education - Training (College/Technical) article for more information. Base Education Office contact number is 773-2117 or DSN 481-2117
Mastery of student performance standards is prescribed for the following:
Common Core of Knowledge-Reading/language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, fine and performing arts, physical education, health and safety, humanities, career/vocational education, world cultures and languages, applied technology, government and civics including state and federal government.Common Core of Skills-Problem solving, interpersonal communications, critical thinking, keyboarding and computer applications, creativity, life skills including personal and financial management skills.
Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission (MIC3)
Wyoming entered into the MIC3 in March 2012. The Compact deals with the challenges of military children and their frequent relocation. It allows for uniform treatment as military children transfer between school districts in member states. The Compact assists military families with: transfer of records, course sequencing, graduation requirements, exclusion from extra-curricular activities, redundant or missed entrance/exit testing, kindergarten and first grade entrance age variances, and power of custodial parents while parents are deployed. Visit www.mic3.net for more information.
-Students must meet these requirements and demonstrate proficiency in the nine content areas of language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, health, physical education, world language, career/vocational education, and fine/performing arts.In addition to the above requirements, a student may earn a high school diploma with at least one of the following endorsements, which shall be stated on the transcript of each student.