The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), requires both the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) and Uinta County School District Four (Uinta 4) to prepare and disseminate report cards that provide information on Wyoming and Uinta County School District Four’s school performance and progress in an understandable and uniform format. The collapsible sections of this page and corresponding links to more detailed information are intended to provide this valuable and interesting information to our stakeholders.
Please take some time to read through this report card and let us know how we can better serve you and the children in our community. We take very seriously the huge responsibility we play in educating the children in our community and we understand the positive impact we can have on their lives each and every day. Let’s work collaboratively to ensure that all children in our district receive an outstanding education in hopes of preparing them for a successful future. Through teamwork, communication, and mutual support we can overcome the many difficulties that the world presents as we try to prepare our children for adult life.
Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA)
The Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA) has several stated goals that are intended to achieve the following:
See Wyoming become a national education leader among states;
Ensure all students leave Wyoming schools career or college ready;
Recognize student growth and increase the rate of that growth for all students;
Recognize student achievement and minimize achievement gaps;
Improve teacher, school, and district leader quality.
Maximize efficiency of Wyoming education;
Increase credibility and support for Wyoming public schools.
For a more detailed description of the state of Wyoming’s accountability system, please click on the link below:
Wyoming Measures Up
An overview of statewide reporting can be found on the Wyoming Department of Education's ESSA report card website, entitled Wyoming Measures Up, which provides a summary of data pertaining to enrollment, assessments, cost per student, school performance, graduation, teachers and school climate.
Click here 🔽 for additional information about navigating the Wyoming Measures Up website, or follow the link below to go directly to the Wyoming Measures Up website.
To access the Wyoming Department of Education report card, please click on the link below:
To access the information on this website, you do not need to create an account; simply click ‘Sign In’ if you are prompted to do so.
Annual Report to Stakeholders
Uinta County School District Four’s Annual Report to Stakeholders includes many of the statistics found in the WDE report card, plus details on district projects and achievements over the past school year. Click this section's icon or here ↗️ to be redirected to the flipbook format, or download a PDF here ↗️ :
Uinta 4's Strategic Plan - including district Values, Mission, and Goals - can be found in PDF format by clicking this section's icon or here ↗️ .
(You may be asked a Yes/No security question. Responding “Yes” will open a PDF of the District Strategic Plan in a new browser window.)
Since 1968, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has conducted the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) to collect data on key education and civil rights issues in our nation's public schools. The CRDC is a federally-mandated survey that collects data on factors that impact education equity and opportunities for students and is administered by ED Office for Civil Rights (OCR) as part of its strategy for monitoring and enforcing civil rights statutes. The CRDC collects a variety of information, including student enrollment and educational programs and services data that are disaggregated by race/ethnicity, sex, English learner, and disability. Every public LEA in the 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico is required to complete the CRDC survey.
Click here 🔽 for additional information about navigating the Federal OCR website specifically for Uinta 4's data, or follow the link below to go directly to the Civil Rights Data Collection website.
To access the U.S. Department of Education's Civil Rights Data Collection, please click on the link below:
School Admission of Non-Resident Students
Wyoming state law requires any child who is a resident of this state "and whose seventh birthday falls on or before August 1, or September 15 if the child started kindergarten pursuant to an approved request... of any year and who has not yet attained his sixteenth birthday or completed the tenth grade" to attend school - whether it be public, private, parochial and church or religious school, a home-based educational program.
Uinta 4 enrolls many students who reside in a neighboring school district (Uinta 1, Uinta 6, even Sweetwater 2). Click here 🔽 for additional information about Non-Resident status in Uinta 4.
If you suspect errors or omissions, or just have questions about the information on this report card, please contact the Uinta 4 Central Office at 129 West Second Street, PO Box 130, Mountain View, WY 82939-0130 or telephone (307) 782-3377 Extension 4201.