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Board of Trustees Area 1 Open Position

Appointment will be from February 17, 2016 through the next general election to be held in November 2016. The Trustee elected in the genteral election will fill the unexpired term which ends November 30, 2016. Click here for more information.

Crisis Prevention Intervention Class Available

We will be offering a Crisis Prevention Intervention class on Friday, February 19 from 8:00 – 3:00.  The class will take place in the Board room at Central Office, 315 North First, in Saratoga.  This program trains individuals to provide for the Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security of everyone involved in a crisis situation.  It is open to district employees who haven’t been trained before, and substitute teachers desiring this training.  Karim Bekka, Darci Bekka, and Deb Riker will be teaching the class.  Lunch will be provided.  Please email or call (307 326-5271 ext. 110) Deb Riker if you are planning on attending.

Change of Meeting Date

The Board of Trustees of Carbon County School District No. 2 will hold their regular March meeting on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. at the Saratoga Middle/High School in Saratoga, Wyoming.

Tonya Bartholomew

Parent Notification - School Bus Cameras on CCSD#2 buses (12.11.15)

The State of Wyoming has required the installation of video/audio cameras on school buses. Carbon County School District #2 will complete our installation process by 12.13.15. We are beginning to use the camera systems immediately upon installation on each bus. There are 7 cameras total, 4 on the inside and 3 on the outside. These cameras can record both what is said and done on the bus. The video/audio cameras will be used to monitor student behavior to maintain order on the school buses to promote and maintain a safe environment. Students and parents are hereby notified that the content of the tapes may be used in a student disciplinary proceeding. The contents of the tapes are confidential student records and will be safeguarded. Tapes will be retained, only if necessary, for use in a student disciplinary proceeding or other matters as determined necessary by the administration. In addition, the 3 outside cameras will record loading and unloading and also the license plates of any vehicles that violate the blinking lights at bus stops. These systems will improve student security and safety on our school buses.


Carbon County School District No. 2 is transitioning to a paperless meeting technology by implementing BoardDocs.  BoardDocs is a Web-based service that will allow CCSD#2 to make meeting agendas and supporting documents available on the District website.  It will save the District time and money that has been required in the past for copying and mailing the information. For more information click here

Bus Schedules

Click here for a list of bus stops.

Sex Offenders Information

The Public, Staff, Parents and Students can obtain information regarding sex offenders either employed by Carbon County School District No. 2 or attending a District No. 2 school by contacting local law enforcement (police or sheriff’s department) having jurisdiction over the school campus as required by W.S. 7-19-303(h).  Please also see Carbon County School District No. 2 Policy KIB – Sex Offenders on School Property and the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry.

About Us

Carbon County School District No. 2 was created in 1972 through the consolidation of school districts in the eastern half of Carbon County, Wyoming.

The District encompasses 4,000 square miles in southeastern Wyoming with the eastern border less than 100 miles from Cheyenne and the southern border beginning at the Colorado / Wyoming state line. Interstate 80 and the Union Pacific railroad bisects the District.

Schools are located in the communities of Elk Mountain, Encampment, Hanna, Saratoga and Medicine Bow. The District Administration Central Office is located in Saratoga, which is the largest of the five communities.