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Spring Conference

Join us for the WASA Spring Conference!
April 27th - 29th, 2022 in Casper, WY
Hosted by SE WASA

WASA Mission

Is to collaborate with and support all educational leaders as a means to advocate on behalf of all Wyoming students.

WASA Vision

Ensuring Wyoming students are growing/learning today and leading tomorrow.

 

WASA Officers

Charles Auzqui Coley Shadrick Kevin Mitchell

 President Charles Auzqui      

Johnson County #1

President-Elect Coley Shadrick

Converse County #2

Kevin Mitchell

Executive Director

WASA Spring Conference

April 27-29, 2022

Casper, WY

Hosted by SE WASA

 

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Legislators Disagree On When State Can Say No To Feds On Gender ID Mandates With School Lunches

Legislators Disagree On When State Can Say No To Feds On Gender ID Mandates With School Lunches

Posted Date: 06/14/2022

By Clair McFarland, Cowboy State Daily Clair@CowboyStateDaily.com To dodge new federal gender identity mandates in schools, Wyoming may need to fund its own school lunch programs, but legis[...] . . .

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WASA at GABCON 2022

WASA at GABCON 2022

Posted Date: 06/13/2022

Gabbart Communication is hosting GABCON to discuss the power of communication. Great partnership! . . .

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NW Sups Take a Field Trip

NW Sups Take a Field Trip

Posted Date: 06/09/2022

Northwest Superintendents Take a Field Trip This past week, the superintendents of Northwest Wyoming got together to grow as a group. The adjusted the location of their meeting to the National . . .

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Three Wyoming GOP Superintendent Candidates Agree Parents Need More Control In Schools

Three Wyoming GOP Superintendent Candidates Agree Parents Need More Control In Schools

Posted Date: 05/12/2022

Three Wyoming GOP Superintendent Candidates Agree Parents Need More Control In Schools By Leo Wolfson, Cowboy State Daily The three Republicans who have announced they intend to run for . . .

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