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2 months ago

Photo of a grizzly bear with the text "Home of the grizzlies"

Miller Elementary

HOme of the Grizzlies

  • No  School:  Monday, January 15

  • WY-TOPP Winter Testing:  January 16- February 9

  • End of 2nd Quarter and 1st Semester:  January 19

Miller Grizzlies got a new sign!

Check out the new sign for Miller!  Many thanks to our PTO for supporting this spectacular purchase!!

It is a success!  This fundraiser is beginning to show profit! It is easy as 1. go to, selecting Miller and then the store you are wanting to purchase from ( example: Target, Walmart, etc.). 2.  complete your shopping.  3.  Schoolstore will donate a percentage of your purchase to our school.  Please contact Miller office if you have any questions.

It's getting a little chilly outside!

Remember to bundle up for kids appropriately.  Children will go outside when the Wyoming weather permits. Consider dressing them in layers and don't forget their Winter Jackets, hats, mittens and boots!

Thank you Student council

Our student council participated in the homecoming parade held at Central High.  Thank you Mrs. McHenry and grizzlies for representing Deming Miller!!

Miller Student Council

The students have spoken and here is our new Miller Student Council!


6th Grade:  Hadyn Fleming & Taliah Morris

5th grade:  Izzy Thomas & Nadia Burdett

4th grade:  AB Guiterrez & Opal Chavez- Turse

A special thanks to AnnaMarie Hales and staff of Hereford Ranch for their wonderful hospitality!  Our annual 'Stomp out Bullying" day was a success and lots of fun learning and memories were made!  The kids look forward to visiting the ranch every year,  Thank You!!!


Come to our next PTO meeting

When:  Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Time:  5:30 PM

Where:  Uncle Charlie's Grill, 6001 N. Yellowstone Rd.

Celebrating Excellence with the principal

The "Golden Ticket" drawing is held each month.  Students from each classroom are eligible by having earned  a grizzly ticket during the month for demonstrating responsible, safe and respectful behavior.  The "golden Ticket" winner from each classroom get to enjoy a delicious meal with Mrs. Hunter.  Way to go Grizzlies!



introducing December Golden Ticket Winners!

Jackson Franks, Leo Somerset, Colton Vincent, Lila Welsch




Announcing Miller DECEMBER Key Students

Students at Miller Elementary are learning about eight desirable character traits.  The Key traits are Integrity, Failure Leads to Success, Speak with Good Purpose, This Is It, Commitment, Ownership, Flexibility, and Balance.  Teachers select students from their classrooms who exemplify the trait and are named as the "Key Student of the Month".  Key students are recognized at a celebration sponsored by our business partners Blue Cross/ Blue Shield and Mr. Jim's Pizza.

Willla Pruis (4th), Michaela Krumwiede (5th), Hadyn Fleming (6th), Leo Somerset (4th)
Tina Hunter, Principal

Main Office: 307-771-2376
Fax: 307-771-2378

3501 Evans Ave.
Cheyenne, WY 82001


4 months ago

Welcome Mrs. Hunter!

A Letter from our Principal


It is my pleasure to be the Principal of the greatest elementary school in Laramie County School District #1. Words cannot explain how fortunate I am to work with such an exceptional group of students, staff and parents.  I know that Deming-Miller Elementary is the "best kept secret" in Cheyenne, and that together, we can “Make a difference and ensure that all our students achieve academic and emotional success.”  Without a doubt, the commitment to the Deming-Miller learning community is what makes our school top notch!  Working together we can provide students with many opportunities to --  “Make a wish, take a chance, and make a change.” 



Cheyenne, Wyoming

Introducing new cubs to our Grizzly family

4 months ago

By Jennifer Prindle

David Briggs

School Psychologist

A message from David:

 I am a Nationally Certified School Psychologist.  I earned my Educational Specialist Degree in school psychology from the University of Northern Colorado in 2010. I have worked full time in the school setting for the last seven years. I grew up in Rexburg, Idaho, which is a sleepy little farm/college town in South Eastern Idaho. I attended one year of college at Idaho State University (ISU) after high school, before taking the opportunity when I was 19, to perform service-based missionary work in various parts of Brazil for two years (I am rusty, but still fluent, in the Portuguese language). Upon my return, I transferred from Idaho State University to Brigham Young University-Idaho, where I met my wife and graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with minors in neuroscience and Portuguese. More recently (August 2017), I finished a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Wyoming. My wife and I now have six wonderful children (including recent twins). I enjoy watching movies and college football (particularly Boise State Football), playing golf and basketball, listening to music, and spending time fixing things and being with my family.  Otherwise, I am passionate about my work and helping others understand and live up to their potential.

Jana Stone

6th grade Teacher

A message from Jana:

Hi!  My Name is Mrs. Stone and this is my 10th year teaching.  This is my first year at Miller Elementary and I am excited to make this my best year yet!!

I taught at a private French school and two public schools.  After that, I was an English teacher trainer in the Peace Corps, working in Moldova, in Eastern Europe.  Then I came to Cheyenne and taught at Fairview Elementary for three years.