School Board members Matt Haas, Mike Olson, Julianne Randall, Heidi Romsa, Taft Love and Billie Wilson at the Wyoming School Board Association 2022 Annual Conference. L-R: Mike Olson, Dave Keiter, Julianne Randall, Jeff Kirkbride, Heidi Romsa, Kendra Roeder, Billie Wilson, Michael Lerwick, Cody Nusbaum, Russell Fornstrom, Matt Haas and Taft Love Alex's fundraiser 2022 CES necessity bags 1-2022 PBES Quarter 1 life skills reward Quarter 1 life skills reward Carpenter Coyotes Students got an up-close look inside the brain in the 3D cave at UW Students dressed as their favorite book characters all week. Pool Party Carpenter students received donations for over $4000 during the Kids Heart Challenge to go to the American Heart Association.  Students that earned the most had a chance to silly string Mr. Patterson. Students made blankets that were donated to children new to foster care.

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