◆ Lincoln 2 has 3,043. Teton 1 at 2,797.
Overall enrollment in Wyoming’s schools dropped by 352 students for the 2022-23 school year. In a review of the data, 28 school districts had a dip in enrollment, 19 increased in size, and one district had no change.
There are five statewide virtual education programs in Wyoming. Three of those decreased in size (Big Horn #1, Niobrara #1, and Sweetwater #1), most likely because students returned to their brick-and-mortar school after the COVID-19 pandemic in-person learning changes. Sheridan #1 saw an increase of 31 students or a three percent change, while Weston #7 increased by 54%, going from 471 students to 725 due to their virtual pro- gram.
Lincoln County School District No. 2 enrollment stands at 3,043. Lincoln 1, Kemmerer has 598.
Teton 1 is at 2,797. Sublette 1 is 1,092 and Sublette 9 is 441.
This data was gathered from all school districts throughout the state in a snapshot performed on October 1, 2022. The agency does not collect numbers of students enrolled in home or private school environments