*RED ALERT EMERGENCY* Email TODAY to VOTE NO on SF8! It’s dangerous to Local Control!


SF8 is a VERY dangerous bill that is still in PLAY!  It’s 41 pages are heavily amended and kills what little local control we have left.  It’s on 2nd reading today and 3rd tomorrow.

Please Take Action Today!

  1. Email the ENTIRE House
  2. Use “Vote NO on SF8” in the subject line
  3. Let them know this bill is an egregious attack on the “local control” our state education officials keep saying school districts have and this bill is just not redeemable. (See the skinny on in below)

House Emails:

Jim.Allen@wyoleg.gov, Mark.Baker@wyoleg.gov, Fred.Baldwin@wyoleg.gov, Eric.Barlow@wyoleg.gov, Rosie.Berger@wyoleg.gov, Jim.Blackburn@wyoleg.gov, Stan.Blake@wyoleg.gov, Kermit.Brown@wyoleg.gov, Donald.Burkhart@wyoleg.gov, James.Byrd@wyoleg.gov, Rita.Campbell@wyoleg.gov, Richard.Cannady@wyoleg.gov, Scott.Clem@wyoleg.gov, Cathy.Connolly@wyoleg.gov, JoAnn.Dayton@wyoleg.gov, Harlan.Edmonds@wyoleg.gov, Roy.Edwards@wyoleg.gov, John.Eklund@wyoleg.gov, Ken.Esquibel@wyoleg.gov, John.Freeman@wyoleg.gov, Gerald.Gay@wyoleg.gov, Mike.Greear@wyoleg.gov, Marti.Halverson@wyoleg.gov, Steve.Harshman@wyoleg.gov, Elaine.Harvey@wyoleg.gov, Hans.Hunt@wyoleg.gov, Allen.Jaggi@wyoleg.gov, Mark.Jennings@wyoleg.gov, Norine.Kasperik@wyoleg.gov, Dan.Kirkbride@wyoleg.gov, Kendell.Kroeker@wyoleg.gov, Samuel.Krone@wyoleg.gov, Lloyd.Larsen@wyoleg.gov, Dan.Laursen@wyoleg.gov, Tyler.Lindholm@wyoleg.gov, Tom.Lockhart@wyoleg.gov, Bunky.Loucks@wyoleg.gov, Mike.Madden@wyoleg.gov, Robert.McKim@wyoleg.gov, David.Miller@wyoleg.gov, Glenn.Moniz@wyoleg.gov, Bob.Nicholas@wyoleg.gov, David.Northrup@wyoleg.gov, John.Patton@wyoleg.gov, Jerry.Paxton@wyoleg.gov, Charles.Pelkey@wyoleg.gov, Ruth.Petroff@wyoleg.gov, Garry.Piiparinen@wyoleg.gov, Bill.Pownall@wyoleg.gov, Tom.Reeder@wyoleg.gov, Andy.Schwartz@wyoleg.gov, Albert.Sommers@wyoleg.gov, Cheri.Steinmetz@wyoleg.gov, Tim.Stubson@wyoleg.gov, Mary.Throne@wyoleg.gov, Tom.Walters@wyoleg.gov, Sue.Wilson@wyoleg.gov, Nathan.Winters@wyoleg.gov, David.Zwonitzer@wyoleg.gov, Dan.Zwonitzer@wyoleg.gov

SF8 (full bill HERE)

What’s the skinny here?

Basically, SF8 continues the death march of freedom for school districts through more work on “accountability”. The state will take on the role of making certain that state standards are linked all the way down to the district level through reviews, or audits of our school districts. The audits will examine:

  • Curriculum maps (now just a minute, we were told by Common Core proponents that curriculum was always a “local” decision!)
  • Assessments (isn’t this a local decision too? We already have a state test…)
  • Graduation Requirements

Districts that are found to be lacking in any of these areas will be “counseled” into compliance. So exactly what “control” will be left to local districts? What color to paint the bathrooms?

Thank you for your dedication to advocating for local control and a truly quality education for Wyoming students!


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