Cheyenne Public Schools Goes Virtual Until December 7

Cheyenne Public Schools opted for virtual learning for the week of November 30 due to the high percentage of staff affected by COVID-19. CPS expects to be back in the classroom next week. All basketball games including homecoming ceremonies are expected to be rescheduled. Updates to these schedules should be released later this week and can be found on the CPS website. Meal service will continue for all PK-12 students. Robert Trammell Superintendent Cheyenne Public Schools Related

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