CWC Jackson students are showcasing their artwork virtually. The photography class was unable to have an end of year gallery due to COVID-19. This is a showcase of their work.
CWC celebrated graduates on May 8 with a graduation parade. Graduates drove their decorated cars in a parade as faculty, staff and families cheered for the graduates.
Photo highlights from the CWC production of Annie Get Your Gun
Both CWC basketball teams competed against WWCC on February 19. The women's team came out on top 59-46 while the men fell 94-104. Time was also taken before each game to recognize the sophomores for CWC.
The Rustlers took a win on home court against Sheridan College on Feb. 15; 82-80. The Lady Rustlers fell to Sheridan on home court; 74-44
The CWC Rustlers played the Northwest College Trappers on January 22. The men's team won on home court 91-79. The women's team lost by two points on their home court, 58-56.
The Rustler men's and women's basketball teams played Laramie County Community College on Jan. 16. The men beat LCCC on their home court 80-69 while the lady Rustlers fell to LCCC 67-52.
The Rustler basketball teams played Casper College on January 8. The men's team lost 103-90 and the women's team lost 63-51.
Students took a break from studying for finals to indulge in late-night breakfast and de-stress with some holiday-themed games.
Both basketball teams took on the College of Southern Idaho on our home court. The Lady Rustlers fell 79-49 while the men's team walked away with a win, 84-79.