District Information

Thank you for visiting the District Report Card for Sweetwater County School District #2 in Green River, Wyoming. In an effort to meet requirements of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) the State of Wyoming has collaborated with districts to provide public access to important information about schools and districts.

Below are several links to different ESSA required areas for the District Report Card. We are proud to make this information available to our stakeholders in order to support effective open communication, system analysis and improvement planning.

When stakeholders access district or individual school information, they will be able to select tabs at the top of the page, giving them access to required information. Within the different tabs please notice additional links to more information such as aggregated and dis-aggregated data surrounding student subgroups. Follow the available filters with districts and schools to access in depth information around enrollment, student achievement, per pupil funding, school accountability, graduation rates, teacher experience/certification and school behavior information though the Office of Civil Rights.

Our public schools are the heart of our community. We employ talented, student-oriented teachers, administrators and staff who are committed to student success.

The District comprises an area of 5,250 square miles and is located in Green River, which has a population of approximately 14,000. Sweetwater County School District #2 offers a comprehensive educational program for grades kindergarten through 12th and is Wyoming State Board of Education accredited.

The District operates Green River High School (grades 9-12), Expedition Academy Alternative High School (grades 10-12), Lincoln Middle School (grades 6-8). The District also maintains four elementary schools within the city limits (Harrison, Monroe, Truman and Washington) and three rural schools (Granger, McKinnon and Thoman Ranch) for grades K-5.

Trona mining, natural gas production and the railroad are the major employers in the area. The area is constantly evolving with the introduction of new businesses, and the community works hard at maintaining its timeless and peaceful setting.



Mission: Learning for All

Vision: Inspiring Excellence Every Day


District Goals

1. Improve Safety and Wellness

2. Improve Student Achievement

3. Improve Communication and Collaboration


Board of Directors:

Brenda Roosa: Board Chairman roosab@swcsd2.org

Corina Tynsky: Vice Chairman tynskyc@swcsd2.org

Robin Steiss: Clerk steissr@swcsd2.org

Rachelle Morris: Treasurer rachelle.morris@swcsd2.org

Ashley Castillion: Trustee ashley.castillion@swcsd2.org

Steve Core: Trustee cores@swcsd2.org

Mark Sanders: Trustee sander@swcsd2.org

Superintendent of Schools:

Donna Little-Kaumo: 307-872-5500 littled@swcsd2.org


Sweetwater County School District #2 Report Card is available in other languages upon request. To request translation services please contact the Assistant Superintendent of Schools at 307-872-5500
La Tarjeta de Informe del Distrito # 2 de SWCSD está disponible en otros idiomas a solicitud. Para solicitar servicios de traducción, comuníquese con el Superintendente de Escuelas al 307-872-5500
Sweetwater County School District #2 Report Card is available in other languages upon request. To request translation services please contact the Assistant Superintendent of Schools at 307-872-5500
La Tarjeta de Informe del Distrito # 2 de SWCSD está disponible en otros idiomas a solicitud. Para solicitar servicios de traducción, comuníquese con el Superintendente de Escuelas al 307-872-5500