The Sheridan County School District 1 Board of Trustees held a celebration of sorts at their meeting last night on the Big Horn side of the district.
The first two hours of the meeting Tuesday night focused on student accomplishment, as Superintendent Sue Belish tells us.
Belish describes the various presentations the Board and others enjoyed in the Big Horn High School auditorium.
The Board also heard from Wyoming Teacher of the Year, Big Horn Elementary 3rd Grade instructor Laurie Graves, who shared her experience with the other state winners at a ceremony in Washington D.C. last week.
And the BHHS show choir, the Ramaphones, sang “If I Can Change the World” in honor of the four retirees leaving the District at the end of this school year.
Trustees approved the recommendation of Mark Fritz of Greybull to become principal of Tongue River Middle School. Belish says Fritz has been the principal of Greybull High School for five years. More about him, she says.
We'll have more from the May District 1 Board meeting tomorrow.