Current enrollment is 700 students between 3 schools, Lovell Elementary (k-5), Lovell Middle School (6-8) and Lovell High School (9-12). The district has 134 employees.
The District Employment Packets, District Salary Schedules, Handbooks, and other District Information is posted on the website at http://www.bgh2.k12.wy.us/. Benefits available to staff include health insurance, Wyoming retirement and most importantly a positive working environment.
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
Our students will have the knowledge and skills to become ethical, responsible, productive citizens and life-long learners.
Lovell has a population of about 2,200 and is located in the Northwest part of Wyoming in the Big Horn Basin nestled between the Big Horn Mountains, the Pryor Mountains, Cody and the East entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Outdoor activities abound.
•· Lovell has one of the lowest costs of living indexes in the state.
•· Lovell is a well-established community and is family oriented
•· Lovell has low real estate prices.
•· Wyoming does not have state income tax.
•· Cody is 45 miles away; Billings, Montana is 90 miles away, the Big Horn Mountains are 20 miles away, and Yellowstone National Park is 100 miles from Lovell.
•· Big Horn Lake is just 15 minutes from Lovell which was created by the construction of Yellowtail Dam near Fort Smith, Montana in 1965. It stretches the entire 72 mile length of the Big Horn Canyon at full pool.