Hebard Elementary School, Cheyenne

Photo: hebard.laramie1.org

David Noyes, student at Hebard from 1953-1960: I attended Hebard Elementary from Kindergarten to 6th grade. I walked 3-blocks to and from school to home at 405 6th St. I was a crossing guard and was one of the boys designated to operate the film projector for educational movies in the gym. I was reprimanded for leaving the school grounds to buy candy 2 blocks east at a truck stop. During heavy snows we sledded down the hill at the south edge of the playground. Recess was a favorite period- lots of running and playing on the swings, merry-go-round, monkey bars, etc. 

Hebard Elementary is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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1 Comment

  • byrandee fieselmann
    Posted July 18, 2019 3:38 pm 0Likes

    Does any history exist on why Hebard Elementary School was named "Hebard"? The info does not seem to exist on any of the school sites.

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