LCSD 1 Superintendent addresses safety concerns after student killed

COVID and Back to School, Margaret Crespo, Superintendent LCSD1.
COVID and Back to School, Margaret Crespo, Superintendent LCSD1.(Valeria Fugate)
Published: Nov. 9, 2021 at 11:54 PM CST
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - LCSD 1 Superintendent is addressing safety concerns after the deadly incident Friday that left a student dead. Her letter is below.

“Dear Laramie County School District 1 families,

The safety of our students and staff is always our top priority. As we navigate the incredible loss of one of our students, I want to share that we are working with law enforcement, the City of Cheyenne’s Traffic Safety Committee, and other stakeholders.

Thank you for your questions and feedback about what we can do to ensure the safety of our students. Please continue to reach out. We are listening and we are forwarding this information to these entities with the goal of preventing future tragedy.

Although the work is preliminary, we anticipate the Cheyenne Traffic Safety Committee will be conducting a safety audit of our pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle traffic at each of our schools. As we work through this critical process, we will share updates when they become available.

At any time, parents may communicate concerns to their principal who will take these items to the Traffic Safety Committee.

As a community, we have a shared responsibility for every one of our students. At LCSD1 our parents and families are our partners. We are committed to protecting our kids and are taking steps to create a learning environment that is safe.


Dr. Margaret Crespo Superintendent”

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