One of the Republican candidates for Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction spent some time in Sheridan Wednesday and stopped by Sheridan Media for an interview. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.
In April, former chief policy officer for the Wyoming Department of Education Megan Degenfelder announced her candidacy for state superintendent of public instruction. Degenfelder says she decided to run in part due to anti-American values that are making their way into the education system.
Degenfelder talked about how her experience in the Department of Education would benefit her as superintendent.
Degenfelder said that she’s extremely passionate about empowering parents.
The deadline for candidates to file for this year’s primary election is 5 pm Friday, May 27. This year’s primary election is August 16 and the general election is November 8.
Read the full story here: https://sheridanmedia.com/news/105408/superintendent-candidate-looks-to-empower-parents/