Finalists for the Superintendent position include:
- Jim Copeland (coming to District March 11)
- Gerry Chase (coming to District March 12)
- Larry Uhling (March 13)
Notice of Special Meetings
The Special Meetings will be held in executive session to consider the employment of a Superintendent and receive other information considered confidential by law. The following Special Meetings will be held in the board room at the Carbon County School District No. 2 Central Administration Office, 315 North First Street, Saratoga, Wyoming:
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at 8:15 p.m.
Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.
The Board may take official action after the March 13, 2014 executive session.
Notice of Community Forums Regarding Superintendent
Included in the process will be the opportunity for district patrons and staff to hear comments from each candidate invited to be interviewed and to ask questions of the candidates at a series of Community Forums. The Community Forum schedule is as follows:
|March 11||6 PM - 7 PM||Platte Valley Community Center (Saratoga)|
|March 12||6 PM - 7 PM||Grand Encampment Opera House (Encampment)|
|March 13||6 PM - 7 PM||H-E-M Jr./Sr. High Library (Hanna)|
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.
Carbon County School District No. 2 is accredited through the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI). The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement is a non-governmental, voluntary association of public and private elementary and secondary schools in 19 states, the Navajo Nation, and the Department of Defense Dependents’ Schools overseas. NCA CASI accredits more than 9,000 schools, challenging them to prepare all students for success as they move from home to school to higher education and/or careers.