CasperStarTribune.net reports that plans for an online school in the Campbell County School District in Wyoming have been halted for the time being because state officials said the school would not qualify for funding. Assistant Superintendent Ed Weber feels this is just a temporary setback and is “hoping we can still make it work.” The virtual school would supplement or replace home schooling for K-6 students. These students would take up to seven classes online with the involvement of certified instructors and parents filling the role instructional assistants. However, Mary Kay Hill of the Wyoming Board of Education says that there is a lot of work to be done before the state grants approval for any virtual school in the state…