District Report Card

BOARD OF TRUSTEES:Dan Pince—ChairmanShane Sanderson—Vice ChairmanPatti Griffith—TreasurerKristen Benson—ClerkKatie Becker—TrusteeDawn Leonhardt—TrusteeNick Schafer—Trustee

ADMINISTRATION:Diana Clapp - Superintendent of SchoolsBarney Lacock - Elementary PrincipalCharles Jenks - Middle/High School PrincipalBrenda Hyatt - Special Education DirectorJustin Walker - Director of Student Services

Driven by Student Success


Our purpose is to ensure high levels of learning for all students in a safe and positive environment.


We will be recognized as an exceptional school district that is driven by student success.


Goal 1: The District, School and Departments will Prepare Students to be College/Career Ready by demonstrating:

      • Growth in math and reading.
      • Achievement in math, reading, writing, and science.
      • Proficiency on district priority standards in all content areas.

Goal 2: The District, Schools and Departments will Ensure Effective and Efficient Operations by developing and implementing a:

      • Mentoring and orientation program for new employees.
      • Revised employee evaluation system.
      • System for staff development.
      • Systematic approach to review and update operational processes.
      • Cohesive Crisis Plan.

The staff, students, parents and community of Fremont County School District #6 commit to the following:

Accountability – accept responsibility to achieve goals by monitoring progress and changing practices when supported by evidence

Collaboration – respectfully communicate and work together to achieve common goals by taking responsibility, making contributions, and supporting the decision-making process

Evidence-based - systematically collect data, review results, and make decisions based on findings to achieve goals

Innovation – open and responsive to new and diverse perspective that positively impact student learning

Integrity – responsibility to speak and act truthfully, admit our mistakes, honor our commitments, be trustworthy, and assume the best of others

Work Ethic – take personal initiative to manage time, responsibilities, resources, and talents for achieving expected results

Report Information

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Fremont County School District 6

School Reports

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State Report Information

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Wyoming Department of Education

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Civil Rights Data

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To view Civil Rights Data reports for individual schools, click on the link for each school below.

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