Do I have the right to a K-12 education as an undocumented student?
YES. Every child who lives in Wyoming has the right to a free public education regardless of the child or their family’s race, nationality, sex, religion, whether they speak English or not, and immigration status. Every child in Wyoming, including non-citizens and undocumented students, has a right to attend a public school in the district where their parent resides or a charter school.
You have the right to receive an education that is free from discrimination based on real or perceived immigration status.
You have the right to access free or reduced-price school meals, special education, and all school activities.
NOTE: Free and reduced-price meals have no effect on a “public charge” determination for immigration purposes.
Your parents have the right to receive information about evaluations, support services, and Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in their native language.
You have the right to meaningfully participate in your education. This includes the right to access English language development classes.