Tracking the actions of Wyoming elected officials and exposing those that undermine
the protections guaranteed by our National and State Constitutions
Our website is currently under construction. Meanwhile please take note of the following
liberty-related events or noteworthy events coming up across the state:
Did you know how much money was spent per pupil for public education in 2012?
U. S. Average - $10,900
Wyoming Average - $16,000 (7th Highest in the Nation)
Natrona County School District Average - $18,500 per pupil
NCSD placed 33rd in Reading out of 42 Wyoming school districts
NCSD placed 35th in Science out of 42 Wyoming school districts
NCSD placed 26th in Math out of 42 Wyoming school districts
Nearly half of the $33 MILLION bond goes toward non-academic projects (swimming pools)
1 in 4 Natrona County Students did NOT graduate in 2011-2012
True Cost of $33 MILLION BOND for 12.5 Years at 5.15% Interest =
$44.8 MILLION in addition to $278 MILLION funded by State of WY Taxpayers
The facts speak for themselves…more money does NOT produce higher academic achievement!
Demand true education REFORM for your children’s future!
Vote “NO” on May 6th in Natrona County for the
$33 MILLION SCHOOL BOND MEASURE
Absentee Voting Begins March 27th – Call NC Elections Office at (307) 235-9217 to
receive your absentee ballot.
Statistical Sources: Wyoming Dept. Of Education; National Education Association;
National Center for Education Statistics
Information provided by Cathy Ide, Natrona County Coordinator, Wyoming Campaign for
What you should know about the
Natrona County School District $33 Million Bond Measure
(how it will increase your property taxes yet fall short in improved student performance)