School Districts are governed by Wyoming State Statutes §21-3-101 through §21-3-501. Platte County School District #1 is the largest school district in Platte County in terms of area and enrolled students. PCSD#1 serves the Glendo, Chugwater, and Wheatland areas with the following schools: Wheatland High School, Wheatland Middle School, West Elementary, Libbey Elementary, Glendo Schools (K-12), Chugwater Schools (K-12), and Peak High School. PCSD#1 also incorporates a small portion of Goshen County. PCSD#1 also encompasses the Platte County Parks & Recreation District.
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There are multiple Constitutional and Statutory references found in Wyoming law concerning taxation for schools. In the State Constitution under Article 15 §5, schools in Wyoming are granted a twelve mill levy; an additional six mills are levied for the purposes of maintaining and supporting public schools, pursuant to the Wyoming State Constitution Article 15 §17. Under Wyoming State Statute §21-13-102 a maximum rate of school district tax is set. For more information please visit with the Platte County Assessor and review PCSD #1's most recent budget.
For copies of board meeting minutes please visit the following website.
The Platte County Parks & Recreation District is an independent board that is primarily funded by Platte County School District #1 and the Town of Wheatland. Pursuant to Wyoming State Statute §18-9-201(b), one mill is levied within the boundaries of PCSD#1 for the purposes of providing public recreation. That levy is sent directly from the County Treasurer to the Parks & Recreation District.
For more information about Platte County Parks and Recreation please visit their website.
The Parks & Recreation board is a five-member board. Board members are nominated by current board members and later confirmed by the School District Board. For more information about Parks & Rec. board members please visit the following website.
For copies of board meeting minutes please contact Platte County Parks & Recreation by calling (307)322-9254 or by emailing email@example.com.
*Information on this page is updated when it is provided by the Special District.*