A KOTA Territory school district's leaders say they've made some major curriculum changes that will benefit all the students.
Sheridan County School District Number One serves more than 960 students in Big Horn, Dayton, and Ranchester, and each one will have an individual learning plan.
The district's superintendent, Marty Kobza, says this approach will help determine which students need a little extra help and which are ready to take on more challenging subjects.
"We monitor that through data, whether it be the results of any assessments we give, also classroom teachers and how they're working with the students are able to identify their areas of strength and areas of weakness," said Kobza.
Technology plays a key role, and after providing iPads to sixth through eighth graders last year, ninth and tenth graders will also get to use the tablets in the classroom this year.