Free Summer Lunch Program

Free Meals Available for Students Throughout the Summer!

Between June 7th and August 25th, Albany County School District #1 will be serving free meals for kids at several locations.  If you are unable to pick up a meal, please call Food Service at 721-4482.  They have some limited delivery opportunities.

LUNCH Menu -June 2021


Grab N’ Go Meal Locations
Pick up available Mon-Fri from 11:00am to 1:00pm (excluding holidays)

Spring Creek – 1203 Russell St. (Back door off 11th St.)
Laramie Middle School – 1355 N. 22nd St. (Bus entrance)
Linford – 120 S. Johnson St. (Gym doors off Wyoming)

Mobile Locations
9:00-9:30  Rec Center Parking Lot

11:00-11:30  Slade Elementary
11:00-11:30  Lee’s Mobile Home Park – 1664 N. Cedar
11:45-12:15  Washington Park – East Side on Sheridan
11:45-12:15  Sunny Meadows – 954 N. McCue St.

12:30-1:00  Big Brothers Big Sisters – 1010 S. 6th St.
12:30-1:00  Colorado St. (near Colorado & Franklin)

Albany County Teacher of the Year- Beitel's Lisa Johnson!

LARAMIE, Wyo. (May 21, 2021) – At the 2020-21 Celebration Convocation, Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1) named Lisa Johnson of Beitel Elementary School the district’s Teacher of the Year. She will now be nominated for Wyoming Teacher of the Year.

“Ms. Johnson epitomizes the skills and dispositions that make a high-quality, modern educator,” wrote Beitel principal Loren Engel in the nomination letter. “Student achievement matters to Ms. Johnson. She works just as hard to decipher the struggles of kids as she works to celebrate their successes.”

Engel also wrote that Ms. Johnson goes above and beyond, as she spends lunchtime helping students, and her car can be found parked at the school well after hours and on weekends. Engel joked that he nearly needs to confiscate her keys to keep her away.

Ms. Johnson makes personal connections with students and families, and even gets to know students outside of her first grade classroom.

At the celebration convocation, ACSD#1 also recognized each school’s individual Teacher of the Year, employees who reached a milestone in years of service, and retirees.

Kindergarten 21-22

Registration Now Open

All children who will be five (5) years old on or before August 1, 2021 may enroll in kindergarten.  Click HERE for important information from Albany County School District #1 regarding a change in the age requirement for kindergarten registration.

Registration will be online this year -- Kindergarten Pre-Registration Form

You must register your child at the school in your home boundary area. 

Please complete the online registration.  Upon completion you will be required to bring your child’s state birth certificate and current immunization records to Beitel for us to make copies.

Please call Bodwin Denison at 307-721-4436 with any questions.


New Student Registration

New Student Pre-Registration for 2021-2022


Please use this link to start the registration process for your student.  The boundary map can assist you in finding your home school.

Parents or guardians must provide the following documents to register their student:  state certified birth certificate and immunization records.

PowerSchool Mobile Device App for Parents & Guardians      School Code:  DLML

 For questions call- Bodwin Denison- 721-4436

Have You Heard About the Hathaway Scholarship?

The Hathaway Scholarship makes a college education both affordable and possible for Wyoming high school graduates. It's an enormous benefit of being a resident of our great state. It's never too early to learn about the Hathaway Scholarship and the opportunities that it may bring to your family. Learn more at:



Bus Stop Locator

Click on the above link to find out bus route information for your student.

Why We Come To Work Each Day


Beitel’s Mission:

All Beitel students will reach high standards and leave prepared with knowledge, skills, and abilities to succeed at the next level.

What is a mission? For the adults at Beitel Elementary School, it's the reason why we come to work each day. It's why we exist. It's why you see cars in our "parking lot" late in the evening and throughout the weekend. We work hard to make this statement true for all of our young Bulldogs year after year. Our mission helps us to define what we should do and, often, what we choose not to do. Thank you for helping to make our mission possible.