Ten Sleep plans to continue adapted learning through end of year
Addendum to allow tutoring will be requested
April 30, 2020
TEN SLEEP- The Ten Sleep school board met on Wednesday night in a special session where Superintendent Jimmy Phelps announced that they intend to finish the school year with their adapted learning plan that was approved by the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE), and will request an added addendum that will allow for tutoring of certain students.
Washakie County School District No. 2 plans to continue with their current adapted learning plan, but will also submit a request to allow students that require tutoring to enter the building for a short amount of time on Tuesdays and Thursdays to receive instruction with staff.
This addition to the adaptive learning plan will need to be approved by the Washakie County Health Officer, Wyoming Department of Health and the WDE before being instated.
Ten Sleep School will continue with their adaptive learning plan through the end of the second semester, and will begin working on a plan to reopen in the fall. The district also intends to submit a plan for summer school, both of these plans must be approved by the WDE prior to those events beginning.
More from this special meeting will be in next week's edition of the Northern Wyoming News.