Advising for Summer & Spring at Moorcroft Outreach office Moorcroft High School ~
April 22nd 1:30pm – 3pm or by appt.
Summer & Fall 2015 Distance Schedule
Updated Times & New Events
Spring 2015 Credit & Community Education
Country Western Dance Classes~ will start March 26th 6:30pm Bill & Carol Dewey – First Presbyterian Church Basement. $10/person.
Effective Substitute Teacher Class~ This class will start April 7th. Upon completion of the class and the hiring process through CCSD#1 participants will receive their Substitute Teacher Permit. Please contact Dale Petersen 756-3373 or Melissa Buckmiller 391-1179 with questions.
Sub Refresher Class ~ This class will also start April 7th. Must hold a current Wyoming Substitute Teacher Permit to attend. The class will meet for a combination of 14 classroom and observation hours. Good for 1 PTSB credit.
Art N Soul Painting Class~ This class is one night April 11th. Only a few spots still available call asap 756-9800. Art N Soul Painting
Ag In The Classroom ~ http://www.wyaitc.org/index.php/classroom-resources/institute/
Fly-Rod Building~ Classes for 6th graders and their parent to start soon. Parent cost is $55 and Students are free. Take home two valuable rods! Letter will be sent home with the 6th graders soon, watch for it and call as class space is limited and will fill quickly! 756-9800 or 756-3373
Associates of Science Cohort Business Administration or Elementary Education
STARTING Fall 2015 All Adult Students will be given the opportunity to become part of a cohort that will start their Associates Degree in Business Administration. This degree will be done completely online or through local classes. Cohort will have limited enrollment. Contact Melissa Buckmiller for information. 756-9800.~ Scholarships are available for both needs based and for degree seeking students!! To complete the scholarship form please click the link below. Any questions call Melissa Buckmiller at 756-9800.
Outreach Incentive Grant ApplicationNEW3.19.14 ~
Associates of Science Concurrent Cohort Interdisciplinary Studies Degree
MHS Students will have the opportunity to work toward an Associates of Science Degree to be completed before graduation from MHS. Parents of students interested must meet with an EWC advisor before beginning the program. This opportunity isn’t for every student, please call Melissa Buckmiller for details. 756-9800
Things you need to know…
- PTSB Approved Workshops for CE Credits ~ GREAT LINK FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS!
- NEW Hathaway-Scholarship-Requirements
- WAPLR flyer-Spring 2014 Watch for scholarship again in Fall 2015
- Financial Aid Resources This step by step video leads you through completion of the FAFSA
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EWC is able to deliver economical training programs to enhance your personal development or improve your company’s workforce. We are able to work with you to deliver convenient, high-value solutions that fit your specific need as well as provide value-added learning opportunities that enhance economic development.
EWC’s customized training sessions are designed to help individuals and businesses compete in today’s fast-paced world by providing them with up-to-date skills and certifications. We offer a wide range of programs with flexible scheduling at an excellent value, all taught by some of the best professionals in business and industry.
Workforce development also offers training courses in business development, healthcare, computer and technology and certifications necessary for a specific field.