According to data from the Wyoming Department of Education, Wyoming schools experienced an enrollment growth of over 1,500 students in 2012-2013. The data indicates that there are 90,993 students attending schools this year in the Cowboy State.
There are 8,131 students attending Wyoming kindergartens this year, which marks the fifth year in a row the state has seen record kindergarten enrollment. Data Analyst for the WDE Leslie Zimmerschied says that Census Data indicated there would be record growth.
Laramie County School District #1 remains the state's largest with an enrollment of 13,387 students, while Sheridan County School District #3 is the smallest district with an enrollment of 90 students. Enrollment for Sheridan County School District #2 is at 3,277 students, while School District #1 is at 905.