CasperStarTribune.net reports that a planned virtual school for the Campbell County, Wyoming school district has met obstacles recently, which has drawn the criticism of Superintendent of Public Instruction Jim McBride. Earlier this week, families in Casper and other cities received a mailing that says parents can enroll their children in the Wyoming Virtual School. However, McBride said that while the Wyoming Department of Education is willing to help develop the virtual school, it doesn’t want the district reaching out to other areas outside of its boundaries. In a letter last week to Campbell County school superintendent Richard Strahorn, McBride wrote: “We are not prepared to endorse a pilot that recruits students from other districts throughout the state.” He added that he was “deeply concerned” about the statewide marketing effort. The mailing in question came from K12 Inc., the company that provides curriculum and materials for the virtual school…