|2012-13 Big Horn 2 School Board front to back (l-r) Judy Richards Rebecca Moncur Marianne Grant Bruce Jolley Dan Anderson Hans Hawley Tracy Beal
Leadership Governance District Vision
Our vision is to foster a learning environment that will inspire all students to
utilize their given abilities to their highest potential as detailed in the Board
Leadership Governance Expectations.
Leadership Governance District Mission
Our students will have the knowledge and skills to become ethical, responsible,
productive citizens and life-long learners.
Leadership Governance Expectations
The Board recognizes the accountability placed upon it by Federal requirements, the State of Wyoming and the patrons of the Big Horn County School District #2. The Board willingly accepts the responsibility to improve student achievement for each student. The Board’s implementation of its educational responsibilities as stated in the Leadership Governance Mission and Vision Statement is specified in the Leadership Governance Expectations.
- All schools in Big Horn County School District #2 will meet Adequate Yearly Progress annually as defined by federal and state criteria.
- All schools in Big Horn County School District #2 will have a safe and orderly environment and a guaranteed and viable curriculum.
- Big Horn County School District #2 will provide additional learning opportunities beyond the core curriculum. Examples include, but are not limited to:enrichment, gifted and talented programs, remediation, after-school programs, extra-curricular programs, alternative programs, advanced placement options and concurrent enrollment opportunities.
- Each student in Big Horn County School District #2 will improve their achievement for grade level expectations in Reading, Math, Science, and Writing as measured by the district triangulation of data.
- The Board recognizes that graduation rates are a validation of education. Therefore, Big Horn County School District #2 will strive towards a 100% high school graduation rate (as defined by the State of Wyoming and District) and a 0% drop-out rate each year improving upon the four year average on an annual basis.
- The Superintendent will provide the Board a student achievement report by October of each year detailing the progress of student achievement as specified in these Expectations.
- The Board, by policy will hold itself accountable to provide the Superintendent the resources needed to meet Board Achievement Expectations.