Here’s a collection of Friday’s #bethelight and #bethelightwy posts in Wyoming on social media. If you’ve got one that you’d like me to consider posting here, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org; I’d love to have one post from each school that participated.
#BeTheLightWY at Kelly Walsh high school tonight was empowering! & Carmine was across town at NCHS ?? Being back on campus makes me miss all of the awesome kids & faculty I get to be around for my job. Hope we’re back soon!!! pic.twitter.com/hVcvAKOOxW— Kiera Grogan (@Kieracgrogan) April 11, 2020
Gotta love small town living. Tonight at 2020 military time several of our seniors showed up as this town drove by honking in recognition. Also a huge shout out to the local fire department for coming out and setting the tone. Definitely a cool memory for our students. #gohornets pic.twitter.com/gtgP3iaQmd— Todd Sweeter (@T_Sweeter) April 11, 2020
Honoring the SHS class of 2020 – Go Big Blue!!! pic.twitter.com/1Y7ebtpFY5— Marty Weber (@mweberland) April 11, 2020
Thanks to @WHSAA_307 and MVHS Activities Director Dustin Rees for helping bring the “Let’s Be The Light” event to the Bridger Valley. What an awesome way for us to come together as a community during these unique times. #MVHSBuffs pic.twitter.com/0qvBD1tVGu— Ben Carr (@MVHS_Buffs) April 11, 2020