CASPER, Wyo. — Fort Caspar Academy welcomed Casper area law enforcement and first responders to an appreciation breakfast on Monday, Nov. 20.
“Margaret Swan, ESP, at Fort Caspar Academy came up with the idea as a way to say ‘thank you’ to those who do so much for our community and schools,” the Natrona County School District explains. “When she shared her idea with her FCA school family, they immediately jumped on board to help see the breakfast a success.”
A Mills Police Department K9 dog named Archer was among those in attendance at the breakfast.
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“We teach virtues at Fort Caspar Academy. When kids leave here we want them to be good people, not just good students,” Swan said. “We teach honor, courage, respect, and bravery. This opportunity allows us to thank those first responders and law enforcement for their bravery, courage, and sacrifice and all they do to keep our schools and community safe.”
We are so grateful to see them here today, and we look forward to continuing this in the future.”
Fort Caspar Academy Principal Nicole Rapp echoed Swan’s sentiment.
“It is with heartfelt gratitude that we celebrate our law enforcement and first responders for keeping us safe and their selfless service,” Rapp said. “Their service makes Casper a wonderful place to live and learn.”
NCSD Public Relations Officer thanked the following agencies:
- Natrona County Sheriff’s Office
- Mills Police Department,
- Evansville Police Department
- Casper Police Department
- the Federal Bureau of Investigations
- Division of Criminal Investigation
- Homeland Security Investigations
- Casper Fire Department
- Emergency Medical Services