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Corinne Gaby (right) works with her teacher at Notch Peak Elementary in Albany County, Wyo. (Shannon Broderick/Laramie Boomerang via AP)

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A school district in Wyoming is planning to operate two schools next year at a cost of $150,000. That may seem thrifty, except that each school will have exactly one student. The Albany County School District already operates one of the one-student schools, and it will open the second in the fall when a single kindergarten student begins classes at the Cozy Hollow School. The schools are not far apart, but roads in the area are impassible during winter months, making a combined two-student school impractical.


 

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