District Information

This report card has been designed to provide district stakeholders with data to support effective communication, system analysis, and improvement planning.

Superintendent - Steve Splichal

Board of Trustees - Jill Judd, Laurie Yaracz, Shawn Hess

Erin Miller, Jerry Falco, Junior Hinkle, Janean Sellers

Our Vision

To develop a community of enthusiastic, responsible learners.

Our Mission

Every Day Counts: Educate, Engage, Empower

Our Goal

To ensure all students achieve at high levels.

Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP)

WY-TOPP Summative Assessments - For grades 3-10, the WY-TOPP summative assessments are online adaptive assessments for math and English language arts. Students in grade 3, 5, 7, and 9 are assessed in writing. Grade 4, 8, and 10 students are assessed in science. The science assessment is a fixed-form online assessment. Here's how FCSD#2 compares to the state of Wyoming.....

FCSD#2 Student Growth and Proficiency

A student growth percentile is a number between 1 and 99. If a student has an SGP of 85, we can say that she showed more growth than 85 percent of her academic peers. A student with a low score on a state assessment can show high growth and a student with a high score can demonstrate low growth.

The median growth percentile summarizes student growth percentiles by district, school, grade level, or other group of interest. The median is calculated by ordering individual student growth percentiles from lowest to highest, and identifying the middle score, which is the median.

% Proficient = FCSD#2 students achieving proficient or advanced scores on our state assessment: Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP).

The bubble charts below show our schools' comparison with all other public schools in Wyoming.

Our goal is quadrant 1 - High Achievement and High Growth.

Dubois Elementary School

2018-19 56.7% Proficient

English Language Arts/Math/Science

Dubois Middle School

2018-19 51.6% Proficient

English Language Arts/Math/Science

Dubois High School

2018-19 70.6% Proficient

English Language Arts/Math/Science

School Accountability


Wyoming has a system that supports schools while meeting both state and federal requirements. State accountability is defined in the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA). This law takes into account measures specifically related to educational goals in Wyoming. Federal accountability is defined in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Under ESSA, each state submits its own plan with achievement and graduation rate goals for schools, measures for how well schools are doing, and priorities for the use of federal funds.

School performance levels are determined from a variety of indicators and are calculated to help determine which schools are doing well and which schools are in need of support. WAEA looks at student growth, readiness, achievement, equity, and English language proficiency. Based on these indicators, schools receive one of four overall performance ratings: Exceeding Expectations, Meeting Expectations, Partially Meeting Expectations, or Not Meeting Expectations.

2015-16 WAEA Ranking

2016-17 WAEA Ranking

2017-18 WAEA Ranking

2018-19 WAEA Ranking

Dubois Schools Measure Up!

For a look at how Fremont County School District #2 ranks on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) federal report card, follow these steps:

  1. Click on the WDE text box or link to: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/

  2. Select our district: "Fremont County School District 2 (FCSD2)".

  3. View the district as a whole or select the particular school of interest (elementary, middle or high school).

  4. When/if the login page appears, wait for the page to fully load, do not complete the login information, but simply click on "login".

  5. This will take you to the district or school you chose. There are different tabs with interactive information about each of our Dubois schools.

  6. Need help? Contact us a 307-455-5545.

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FCSD#2 is a fully accredited Public School District located in Fremont County, Wyoming.

Students served: 151 Total Employees = 47

Area served = 14,094 square miles

Two Route Buses (East/West)

Average Daily Membership Over Time

DES=Dubois Elementary School

DMS=Dubois Middle School

DHS=Dubois High School

Family Economic Indicator Over Time

2018-19 TOTAL MEALS SERVED = 18, 724


*All enrolled students of FCSD#2 are eligible to receive supplemental food for children over weekends and extended breaks.

FCSD#2 Annual Budget

2019-20 = $4,621,713.

FCSD#2 Strategic Plan

Teaching and Learning

In order to provide an environment where students learn best, FCSD#2 is committed to:

*Teachers working and planning together.

*Teachers learning and sharing effective teaching practices.

*Teachers supported in their ongoing professional development.

Resources and Support Systems

Comprehensive Assessment

FCSD#2 uses both formative and summative assessment data to monitor student progress and make decisions to improve educational practice.

Formative/Diagnostic Data

  • Attendance

  • Behavior

  • STAR Reading/Math

  • Classroom benchmark assessments

  • Daily exit tickets and quizzes

  • WY-TOPP interim and modulars

Summative Data

  • ACT

  • Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP)

  • Wyoming Accountability in Education (WAEA) performance ratings

  • Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) report card

  • National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

Teacher and Leader Effectiveness

FCSD#2 strives to ensure all staff members participate in ongoing professional learning to provide and support high quality learning environments that are innovative and focused on rigorous achievement goals for all students.

Performance Evaluations

We follow the Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching which includes the following focus areas:

  • clarity and accuracy

  • learning environment

  • classroom management

  • intellectual engagement

  • successful learning

  • professionalism

Highly Qualified Workforce

FCSD#2 recruits and develops highly qualified teachers, leaders and support staff who create quality learning environments focused on rigorous expectations for all students.

Student Support

FCSD#2 is an inclusive school campus designed to provide all students learning environments which meet their social, emotional and academic needs.

FCSD#2 recognizes a whole child approach to education by providing multiple opportunities for students to engage in extra curricular activities, artistic expression and community participation.

School Services/Programs and Activities

  • Music, Band & Choir

  • Physical Education

  • School Counselor

  • Special Education

  • Speech/Language Therapist

  • OREO Days for Middle and High School

  • Title I Intervention

  • Art

  • Book Fair and Library Program

  • Pre-Kindergarten Program

  • High School Speech & Debate

  • Drama

  • Clubs for: Yearbook, Travel and Ethnobotany

  • Career and Technical Education for Middle & High School

  • Field Trips

  • Missoula Children’s Theatre

  • Student Council and National Honor Society

Fiscal Management

FCSD#2 develops system and school budgets to address district and school improvement goals. These budgets are maintained according to state guidelines, and utilized to support student learning.

Our budget process includes:

  • Needs assessments from all departments.

  • Budget reports that include budget to actual expenses.

  • Percent of fund balance spent and remaining.

  • An annual audit to monitor internal and external processes for accountability.

Culture and Climate

Welcoming Environment

  • FCSD#2 desires our school to be an inviting place to be for students, parents, staff and the Dubois community.

  • We survey students, families, staff and community and strive to listen and respond while providing ways for parents to become involved in our advisory committees and PTA.

  • FCSD#2 has an active social media presence on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Safe Learning Environment

  • FCSD#2 desires our school to be a safe, secure and supportive learning environment built on respect and encouragement where all individuals believe they can make a positive difference.

  • Our school partners with the Fremont County Sheriff's Department to provide a full time School Resource Officer on campus.

  • The Principal and SRO lead an ongoing safety and security committee charged with reviewing and updating our emergency response handbook and overall safety plan.

Clean Learning Environment

FCSD#2 desires our school campus to have a pleasing appearance inside and out.

A continuing program of maintenance of all district-owned buildings and grounds is followed providing for:

  • improvement and additions to buildings and grounds as approved by the Board

  • an adequate custodial program for all buildings

  • improvement and maintenance of school grounds and fields

  • repairs (including repairs of equipment) and painting

  • designation and disposal of obsolete equipment.