CWC’s faculty and staff enjoy in service activities to prepare for the new year

This week Central Wyoming College faculty and staff are attending meetings and training sessions to prepare for the academic year. Today campus kicked off the session with a group breakfast followed by Colton Crane, board of trustees president, sharing his life experience and how education helped him and his family. The session also had group activities to help build relationships within the college and focus on the success of students as well as a logo roll out party and a silent auction to help raise funds for scholarships. Throughout the week faculty and staff will continue to attend break out sessions. Campus will continue normal business hours Tuesday through Friday; Aug. 25-28.

Al Lara looks at items on the silent auction table during in service

Al Lara looks at items on the silent auction table during in service

Louisa Hunker helps Robert Gonzales find his movie themed table during in service.

Louisa Hunker helps Robert Gonzales find his movie themed table during in service.

Lance Goede helps John Kemp find his movie themed table during in service.

Lance Goede helps John Kemp find his movie themed table during in service.

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Colton Crane shares his childhood experience and the power of education and what it has done for him and his family.

Colton Crane shares his childhood experience and the power of education and what it has done for him and his family.

Employees work together on what guidelines are important for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identify best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Employees work together on identifying best practices for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identifying best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Employees work together on what guidelines are important for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identify best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Amara Fehring showing off her mustache at in service.

Amara Fehring showing off her mustache at in service.

Employees work together on what guidelines are important for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identify best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Employees work together on what guidelines are important for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identify best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Employees work together on what guidelines are important for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identify best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Employees work together on what guidelines are important for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identify best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Employees work together on what guidelines are important for student success as well as the college's success.

Employees work together to identify best practices for student success as well as the college’s success.

Dr. Valdez describes the process of effective guidelines to support student success.

Dr. Valdez describes the process of effective practices to support student success.

CWC's new logo decorated on cake!

CWC’s new logo decorated on cake!

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