Dean Morgan Junior High School



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Dean Morgan Junior High School was the first separate building constructed specifically for junior high school students in Casper. The original section was built in 1951-53 and was part of a statewide school building program implemented at the conclusion of World War II. This building program was necessitated by a dramatic increase in the number of students enrolled in schools throughout the state. The school is a striking example of mid-century modernist architecture designed by Casper architect Karl Krusmark. Dean Morgan is one of the best preserved surviving examples of Wyoming’s post World War II school facilities.



Date Added to Register:
Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Natrona County
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