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Special Notices

Safe2Tell Presentation

Safe2TellParents and community members are invited to a presentation regarding the new Wyoming SAFE2TELL ANONYMOUS TIP LINE PROGRAM. Presented by Bill Morse (School Safety Preparedness Program Manager, Wyoming Attorney General’s Office) and Mark Hancock (Retired Captain – Park County Sheriff’s Office (SWAT Response), Bailey, CO).

Presentation will be held at the Platte Valley Community Center Auditorium, 210 West Elm, Saratoga on March 23 at 5:30 PM.

Ag In The Classroom

Rainey Powell is in the top 24 finalists (out of 3,000 entries!) for the "Agriculture in the Classroom Bookmark Contest" People's Choice award! Help her by voting each day for her bookmark. Ending March 24 anyone can vote for their favorite bookmark. Click here, locate her artwork and vote!


Letter to FCCLA Members, Parents and Chaperones.

About Us

The Encampment K-12 School is a K-12 public education institution located in Encampment, Wyoming. It is part of Carbon County School District #2.

Encampment MapThe Town of Encampment is nestled in south-central Carbon Countybetween the Sierra Madre and Snowy Range mountain ranges in the south central part of the state. Located forty miles south of Interstate 80 and 85 miles west of Laramie, the tiny town is home to 450 people. Grand Encampment, as it was originally known, served as an early day meeting place for Indians and trappers. Later tie cutters, miners and cattlemen came to the area. During the peak of the copper mining days the town boasted a smelter, the world's longest aerial tramway, and several thousand people. Smaller towns sprang up in several locations near the larger mines. When the copper mining boom ended just after the turn of the century, mines and towns were abandoned and the population of Encampment shrunk. Today Encampment is supported by the timber, ranching and recreation industries.

Carbon County is located in the south-central portion of Wyoming and is the third largest county in Wyoming. Its southern boundary is the Wyoming/Colorado border. The Continental Divide, which separates the eastern and western watersheds of North America, runs north and south through the county. The county is a study in contrasts - from snow-capped mountains and high plateaus in the south & north, to vast prairie lands in the east and the Red Desert basin in the west. Elevations range from 5,000 feet in the Red Desert to 12,006 feet in the Snowy Range.