Event at the library in Laramie will celebrate school choice options for students and families
CHEYENNE – This Friday, the Wyoming chapter of PublicSchoolOptions.org will co-sponsor an event coinciding with National School Choice Week that is hosted by EdPref Wyoming, Institute for Justice, and PublicSchoolOptions.org. The event will bring together school choice advocates from across Wyoming to celebrate National School Choice Week and support the many school choice options available to Wyoming families.
PublicSchoolOptions.org believes that every child, regardless of their zip code or how much money their parents make, deserves the best start in life. We firmly believe that begins with a parent’s ability to choose the school where their child will thrive — whether that’s in a traditional brick and mortar school, public virtual school, charter school, home school, or private school. Every child learns differently, even within the same family. Giving parents options so their child can succeed is critical.
National School Choice Week Celebration
Friday, January 29
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Laramie County Library
PublicSchoolOptions.org will participate in National School Choice Week events in Maine, Alabama, Idaho, Virginia, Georgia, and Indiana.
STATEMENT FROM AMY THREEWITT, PUBLICSCHOOLOPTIONS.ORG WYOMING CHAPTER PRESIDENT AND SCHOOL CHOICE ADVOCATE:
“We are excited to join other choice groups in Wyoming to kick off National School Choice Week. This is a great opportunity to add to the many voices across the country celebrating school choice. As parents, we know what’s best for our children and we want to protect and increase the choices that families have to choose the educational option that works best for their child. We look forward to celebrating choice with students and families from across Wyoming.”
PublicSchoolOptions.org is a national alliance of parents that supports and defends parents’ rights to access the best public school options for their children. The Coalition supports the creation of public school options, including charter schools, online schools, magnet schools, open enrollment policies and other innovative education programs. Additionally, we advocate for equal access without restrictions to these public schools for all children.