To slow the spread of COVID-19, the three statewide health orders have been extended through April 30.
Things move quickly and officials must make decisions rapidly for school districts throughout Sheridan County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While health care providers around the country — including Sheridan Memorial Hospital — have ceased performing elective procedures and therefore expect a drop in revenues, hospital CEO Mike McCafferty said no layoffs or furloughs are planned.
The Wyoming Department of Education called for cancellation of statewide testing for the spring semester including the ACT, a test every Wyoming student takes their junior year in the spring.
During a virtual board meeting Tuesday, Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty recognized substantial community support for the hospital in recent weeks, including businesses testing hand sanitizer samples before starting production, hotels providing space for caregivers and individuals producing masks.
Fred Rogers’ iconic quote above is a pillar for a new movement that has grown in Sheridan over the last 10 days.