§ 8-4-101. Legal holidays; dismissal of schools.
(a) The following days are legal holidays in and for the state of Wyoming:
(i) New Year’s Day, January 1;
(ii) Washington’s and Lincoln’s birthdays, to be observed on the third Monday in February;
(iii) Memorial Day, to be observed on the last Monday in May;
(iv) Independence Day, July 4;
(v) Labor Day, to be observed on the first Monday in September;
(vi) Repealed by Laws 1990, ch. 21, § 2.
(vii) Veterans Day, November 11;
(viii) Thanksgiving Day, to be observed on the fourth Thursday in November;
(ix) Christmas Day, December 25;
(x) Repealed by Laws 1983, ch. 180, § 1.
(xi) Upon declaration by the governor of this state, any date appointed or declared by the president of the United States as an occasion of national mourning, rejoicing or observance of national emergency;
(xii) Martin Luther King, Jr., Wyoming Equality Day, to be observed on the third Monday in January.
(b) If New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Christmas Day or Veterans Day fall upon a Sunday, the Monday following is a legal holiday.
(c) On Washington’s and Lincoln’s birthdays, Veterans Day, Martin Luther King, Jr., Wyoming Equality Day and all days upon which general elections are held, the public schools of any district shall not be dismissed except by order of the board of trustees of the district, but proper exercises may be held in the schools on these days to emphasize their significance and importance.
Wyo. Stat. § 8-4-101