Parent Information

Summer Food Program Feeds Kids For Free

With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping children healthy while school is out.  Platte County School District #1 will be providing free meals to children during this summer.  These meals will be made available to all children of school age or younger regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability, and there is no discrimination in the course and preparation of this meal service.  Please click here to view more details of this program.

Comprehensive Improvement Plans submitted to WDE

Below are links to the Comprehensive Improvement Plans of each of the six Platte County #1 schools. These plans outline the goals and efforts to increase student achievement to meet the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act as set by the legislature. These plans will be submitted for review to the Wyoming Department of Education. Each school will continue to update these plans as a part of our continuous improvement process to help us “Reach the PEAK.” There are many opportunities for staff and community members to be involved in helping us improve. If you are interested, contact a building principal or take advantage of the many opportunities to provide feedback on our efforts.

Libbey Elementary Comprehensive Improvement Plan
West Elementary Comprehensive Improvement Plan
WMS Comprehensive Improvement Plan
WHS Comprehensive Improvement Plan
Chugwater Comprehensive Improvement Plan
Glendo Comprehensive Improvement Plan     

Lunch Menus Available

For your convenience, you may now click here to view the breakfast and lunch menus.


Free & Reduced Lunch Applications Now Available in Powerschool

Free & reduced lunch applications are now available in Powerschool. To sign up for this online feature, click here or call your students school. Another feature that Powerschool offers is quick, easy access to your child's lunch balance.

PCSD#1 Announces Free and Reduced Price Meals

Platte County School District #1 announced on Monday, August 3rd, its policy for free and reduced price meals for children unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch Program, and School Breakfast Program. Each school and the Central Admin Office have a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. For all the details of this program, please click here.

Keep In Touch With Your Child's School Information

Staying in touch and informed on your son or daughters education is very important. Platte County SD 1 uses the Powerschool student information system as an easy, efficient way for parents to get a wide variety of information. From grades and attendance to test scores, Powerschool offers a simple online option for parents to track their students achievement.

PCSD#1 Releases AYP Results

The Platte County #1 district and school Federal accountability results were released on November 6, 2015.  The Federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Law that was passed in 2001 required that states set student achievement targets so that every student would score proficient or advanced in reading and math on state achievement tests by spring 2014. Wyoming uses the results of the Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students (PAWS) and the ACT test to determine if schools, including student sub-groups, met the achievement target. This is referred to as making “Adequate Yearly Progress” (AYP). The NCLB law identifies schools that missed the achievement target, even if it is for one sub-group, as being in school improvement.

The nationwide achievement target for NCLB for the Spring of 2015 was that all (100%) of students would be proficient in reading and math.  The targets are measured for districts and individual schools.  As a district we failed to have 100% of our students meet AYP targets at the elementary, middle school, or high school levels.  As a school district, PCSD #1 is considered to be in Year 1 in terms of NCLB District Improvement. PCSD #1 and 15 other Wyoming school districts failed to meet AYP targets in math or reading for the first time.  

For a detailed AYP report, please click here.
To view the parent letter in full, please click here.

"Find Us on Facebook"

Platte County School District #1 is now on Facebook. In an attempt to increase communication with our parents, community, staff and students, PCSD #1 is using Facebook.

Click here or on the Facebook logo to go to our page and 'Like' us to receive updated information on our students, programs, or school-related activities.

The use of Facebook will allow us to post additional pictures, longer stories, and more indepth information than we currently can using our school's and district's websites. If you have suggestions for either this webpage or our Facebook page, please contact us at 322-3175.

"School Choice" &
"Supplemental Education Services"

No Child Left Behind or NCLB and mandates that states establish annual performance targets for students based upon state exams with the eventual goal of every child being proficient or advanced by 2014.  Wyoming uses the Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students (PAWS) and the ACT test to determine if students were meeting or exceeding grade level expectations. Based on these scores, schools may need to offer "School Choice" and/or "Supplemental Education Services."

For additional "School Choice" and
"Supplemental Education Services" information click here.

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Wheatland High School Announcements

At WHS, we envision a school where students and staff
accept the challenge to be the best they can be

Wheatland High School

1350 Oak Street
Wheatland, WY 82201
ph: 307.322.2075
fax: 307.322.9739


Friday/Saturday, May 13th & 14th - Regional Track - Buffalo
*The schedule of events can be found by clicking the link below.




Seniors: Please click on the link below to complete your exit survey:




awardsWHS Awards Ceremony: 2:00 p.m.~ WHS Auditorium~ Tuesday, May 17.


To vote for Student Council President, please click on the link below:


Attention Seniors and Senior Parents: Please click on the link below to fill out scholarship information. Information must be submitted by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 11th. Contact Mr Calvert if you have any questions at 322-2075.



Art Symposium

On Thursday, April 21st, Wheatland High School students submitted nearly 80 pieces of artwork into the Annual Wyoming High School Art Symposium held at Casper Event Center. As there were nearly 6000 pieces of work from high schools from all over the state, Wheatland High School returned with 10 blue ribbons. The students that participated are as follows:
Kelsy Begin
Kassi Carpenter
Sara Horsley
Veronica Jenkins
Reagan Lawrence
Mickenzi Loyd
Cole Weatherill
Ahnna Albritton
Danielle Britz
Crista Contreras
Crystal Contreras
Saige Kent
Michaela Wilhelm
Aurora Womack
Shane Ducey
Faith Scheller
Jenni Stoll
Kathy Arbogast
Kaylee Bloom
Kayla Buchanan
Vistoria Bustos-Driskill
Hayden Eller
Jacob Hall
Avery Hanks
Ashley Smith
Fermin Valles-Zuniga

Your 2016 Art Symposium Blue Ribbon Winners are as follows:
Avery Hanks (3)
Mickenzi Loyd (2)
Veronica Jenkins (1)
Fermin Valles (1)
Kaylee Bloom (1)
Danielle Britz (1)
Jenni Stoll (1)

As the usual area for art display is closed off due to construction, the ribbon winning artwork is on display in the art room if you wish to see.
Thank you!



WHS 2016 Track Schedule click here



The official signing for 3 gentleman from the Bulldog football team who will be starting their college career at the University of Wyoming. Left to right, they are Josh Calvert, Nathan Willis, and Justis Borton.




To sign up for remind 101 messages for WHS activities, please click here and follow the instructions cell phone





Abbi Suko is a member of the WHSAA Student Advisory Council. This is the group of students that promotes good sportsmanship through the Join the Ride program. The link below will take you to their video that they created.





WHS ICAP Form Click Here




2015-2016 Course Description book













Please note that advance registration with ACT is required.

Oct. 24, 2015
Dec. 12, 2015
Feb.6, 2016
Apr. 9, 2016
June 11, 2016


Reach the Peak 

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