Please continue to reach out and express your individual needs as we are here for you all! We are making the best of this situation and please continue to visit our website as the situation evolves.
Summer School Registration is NOW OPEN! We are focusing on math this summer and we hope to have many students enrolled to solidify those math skills. Open to Grades 5-8. Please click the link below to register your student(s).
8th Grade Student, Bryley Waring, has been working on her art skills during this closure. She was lucky enough to submit her artwork to the WY First Lady and she received a nice thank you note for . . .
Dear Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff,
What exciting times! There comes a time for greatness with every difficult challenge. Our Bulldogs are ready for greatness!
We have been working hard . . .
The Wheatland Middle School Seventh Grade Life Skills Class competed the week in a Chopped competition. The competition is modeled after the famous Food Network show and the students had a ball with . . .
Successful Fall Sports Season at THE Wheatland Middle School
Posted Date: 10/16/2019
Wheatland Middle School Fall Sports Success
The Wheatland Middle School has completed yet another great Fall Sports Season. Our student-athletes really worked hard to showcase their unique talents . . .
This fall we will be going through the accreditation process through the Wyoming Department of Education. Below is the link to the accreditation stakeholder survey for Platte CSD #1. These will need . . .
PCSD#1 Kicks-Off the Food 4 Weekends Program Next Week
Posted Date: 08/14/2019
The Food 4 Weekends Program will begin next week and the families of Platte Co School District #1 still have time to apply to participate in this program. This is an effort of the Platte County Minist . . .
PCSD#1 Back to School BBQ and Open House on August 15
Posted Date: 08/07/2019
PCSD#1 is pleased to announce the back to school open house schedule and BBQ on Thursday, August 15, 2019 from 5:00-8:00 pm. We would like to thank Two Sisters and a Chicken and First State Bank for . . .