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about 1 month ago


Trailblazer Update for Candidates Seeking Placement for 2020-2021

COVID-19 has required LCSD#1 to postpone Trailblazer applications for students in grades 1-6. The CDC guideline for social distancing required in the county will not allow for school psychologists to administer the WISC-V, which is necessary for candidates to be considered for the Trailblazer program. Applications may be submitted for future consideration and will be reviewed at a later date (TBD).

Applications for kindergarten students starting fall of 2020 will be accepted. A process will be put in place to safely assess incoming kindergarten students following CDC protocols and will be announced at a later date.

Technology Support

If you have questions or concerns regarding technology the help desk offers chat support and remote assistance.


Learning Packet Information

Packet pick-up/drop-off is every Tuesday, from 7:00 -12:00, in front of the school. There will be staff out front who will assist with the pick-up and drop-off of completed materials.


Accessing Online Learning Tools

All students have access to the online learning tools they use during the school day, including Moby Max, Think Central, Office 365, and other tools.

The easiest way for students to access these programs is through ClassLink. Under LCSD#1 Links, click ClassLink. You may also click on the ClassLink button below.  Students will log into ClassLink just as they would a district computer. If your student has any issues logging in, please contact your student's teacher.


LCSD1 Youth Feeding Program

LCSD1 Youth Feeding Program, which provides breakfast/lunch combination bags, will continue through the duration of the district’s COVID-19 closure. Any youth, 18 years of age or younger, are eligible for food bags at any location. Pick up is being done using a walk-up or drive-through process. Students need not be present for parents/guardians to pick up the bags. People may pick up food bags Monday-Friday at Pioneer Park – south of the school in the cul-de-sac (bus drop-off) at the end of Talbot Court.



Summer Reading Program

3 months ago

Continue reading over the summer, log your minutes, and receive a certificate of participation!

More information and reading log below.

About Pioneer Park

about 1 year ago

Pioneer Park Information
Pioneer Park is located in west Cheyenne. The school has a unique combination of programs serving a variety of populations. Trailblazers, an academic high-potential program for qualified children, is available at Pioneer Park for students from throughout the district. Pioneer Park School is highly supported by the parents and enjoys a rich tradition and reputation for student success and parent satisfaction.
Front of Pioneer Park School


Daily Schedule

Office Hours

       7:30 a.m. - 4:20 p.m. (Feel free to leave a message during off hours)

School Hours

    8:00 - 8:20 Breakfast

     8:30 - School Begins

     8:35 - Tardy Bell

    10:00 - 10:15 - Primary Recess (K-3)

    10:20 - 10:35 - Intermediate Recess (4-6)

    11:45 - 12:25 - Kindergarten Lunch/Recess

    11:35-12:15 - 1st Grade Lunch/Recess

    11:40 - 12:20 2nd Grade Lunch/Recess

    11:50 - 12:30 3rd & 4th Grade Lunch/Recess

    11:45 - 12:25 5th & 6th Grade Lunch/Recess

    2:00 - 2:15 Intermediate Recess (4-6)

    2:20 - 2:35 Primary Recess (K-3)

    3:35 Dismissal


                                                                                                                                Arrival Time & Dismissal Procedures

 Students are not to arrive before 8:15 a.m. unless transported by district transportation or arriving for 8:00 breakfast. All students are to go directly to the playground unless eating breakfast in the cafeteria. Students may only enter the building with a pass from a member of the Pioneer Park staff. Students carrying a musical instrument may receive a pass to take it to their classroom.

Student receiving a ride after school should be picked up by 3:30. After-school supervision will be provided for bus students. The playground is supervised after school until 3:45. All students are to leave the playground and check-in at home. Students may not return to the school grounds until after 4:20. There is no supervision on the playground after 3:45 p.m. The office closes at 4:20.

Art, Music, and Physical Education

Art - one 70 minute session per week

Physical Education - 35 minute period twice a week

Vocal Music - 35 minute period twice a week

Band - Lessons provided twice each week as scheduled by the instructor for grades 5-6.

Strings - Lessons provided twice each week as scheduled by the instructor for grades 4-6.





about 1 year ago

We are excited to work with you and your children to provide your family with an outstanding educational experience.  We are very proud of our unique programming to ensure that all children are reaching their academic potential.   There are several methods we use to communicate with parents. The school website will contain our monthly calendar of events. Teachers send home weekly newsletters and/or email parents with information of class activities. We also have a parent resource room, which is intended to connect efforts between school personnel and parents to improve student learning. One of our focus areas for improvement is to increase daily student attendance.  A key to student success is to be at school on time every day.  When students are late or absent critical information is missed that can be difficult for students to make up when they return. We would appreciate your help ensuring that your children are to school on time ready to learn! We welcome your calls and visits to help your children have a successful year.  We are dedicated to providing the finest educational opportunities possible for our students.  This is an excellent time to be involved in education, both as a teacher and as a learner! Please call the school office at 307-771-2316 if you need assistance and/or have questions.


3 months ago

           Students, have you been missing the weekly STEM challenges?

Mrs. Garcia and Mrs. Singhas have created STEM challenge videos!

These are challenges that they have created using items that are in most households. All challenges must be done with adult supervision. You need an adult to help and also to tell what you notice, what you learned, and why.

Mrs. Garcia and Mrs. Singhas would love to see photos of any projects that you complete along with a couple of sentences about your project.

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