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CoSN’s Local Reach Grows with Addition of Wyoming Chapter

New Chapter Will Support School District Technology Leaders Across the Equality State
Washington, D.C. (March 22, 2021)CoSN today announced the launch of a new state chapter in Wyoming, expanding CoSN’s reach to 31 states nationwide.

The Wyoming Technology Education Leaders (WyTEL) chapter will help enrich learning environments across the state, including by working to better connect students and teachers during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and into the future.
“WyTEL is thrilled to be partnering with WASAWDEWETS and CoSN to nurture the skills of education technology leaders in Wyoming’s school districts. We look forward to promoting advanced education technology across our state to improve the teaching and the learning process,” said Joshua Jerome, President of WyTEL.
The new CoSN chapter will offer Wyoming’s education technology leaders insight into the very best practices available and provide a forum for them to assist one another in addressing challenging issues — from barriers to remote learning to digital equity and professional development. The chapter will give Wyoming educators access to CoSN’s vast array of resources and national network of school professionals.
“The addition of the Wyoming chapter to the CoSN network will boost our efforts to empower edtech leaders across the country,” said Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN. “This will drive the growth of new, innovative learning environments for students and teachers throughout the state.”
The WyTEL leadership team includes:
  • Joshua Jerome, WyTEL President and Technology Director, Carbon County School District #1

  • Frankie Medlen, WyTEL President-Elect and Technology Director, Weston County School District #7

  • Kyle McKinney, WyTEL Treasurer and Director of Technology, Laramie County School District #1

  • Jaraun Dennis, WyTEL Co-Secretary and Chief Technology Officer, Uinta County School District #1

  • Chris Rule, WyTEL Co-Secretary and Director of Information Services, Sublette County School District #1

  • Laura Ballard, WyTEL Member/Advisor and Supervisor, Student & Teacher Resource Team, Wyoming Department of Education (WDE)

  • Ken Reynolds, WyTEL Member/Advisor and Director, Information Management, Wyoming Department of Education (WDE)

  • Lori Thilmany, WyTEL Member/Advisor and Virtual Education Program Manager, Wyoming Department of Education (WDE)
More information on CoSN’s Wyoming chapter is available at www.wytel.tech. To learn more about CoSN’s other state chapters and their efforts, visit cosn.org/about/state-chapters.

About CoSN
CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for school system technology leaders. CoSN provides thought leadership resources, community best practices and advocacy tools to help leaders succeed in the digital transformation. CoSN represents over 13 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education. cosn.org

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