CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Department of Education says there are 92,218 students enrolled in the state's K-12 public schools this year.
That is up from last year's 90,993.
Enrollment has been increasing over the last eight years.
Leslie Zimmerschied, of the Education Department, says enrollment has been increasing especially in the lower grades.
The kindergarten class has reached a record 8,141 students this year.
Laramie County School District 1 remains the state's largest district with more than 13,600 students, followed by Natrona County District 1 with about 12,800, Campbell County 1 with about 8,800, Sweetwater 1 with about 5,600 and Albany 1 with nearly 3,800.
Washakie County District 2 is the smallest in the state with 94 students, followed by Sheridan County 3 with 96 and Park County 16 with 112.
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