Wyoming Career Technical Education

Cheyenne’s Triumph High student Michael Snyder cuts cilantro during a culinary class on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, at the school.

CHEYENNE – Tomorrow, Scott Ramage will get out of bed and make breakfast for his three girls, who are all under 8 years old. He’ll make eggs or pour them each a bowl of cereal, then he’ll drive them to school and eat his own breakfast later.

But today, Ramage is up early – before his daughters, before the sun. He arrives to work at 5 a.m. at the Walmart distribution center on Logistics Drive, and he’ll stay until 5 p.m., just before the sun goes down.

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