Just to share information from the Carbon County Public Health (CCPH) on procedural issues: If we receive information that a student/staff member has had direct contact or has tested positive for Covid, we are to call Amanda Brown (CCPH) immediately and she will investigate and confirm – or not – the information and let us know about any quarantine orders or other guidance. If they (CCPH) become aware of a positive test of one of our students or staff, or direct contact situations, they will notify us ASAP and give us written dates of any quarantine orders. We will be meeting weekly with CCPH (at a minimum).
We will also receive guidance about sharing information and who to share it with – and we can be honest about the situation when asked questions (re: that there are presently students and/or staff under quarantine). The key people to direct questions to are the nurses and the building principals. We are not free to identify the student or staff member. CCPH also indicated that they will identify risk level – i.e. low risk if it is due to direct contact – but higher risk if the individual themselves are a confirmed case. Just wanted to share current guidance from the CCPH. Thanks for making the start of school great last week!
Individual School Smart Start Reopening Plans (pending approval from WDE with district plan submitted 07.24.2020)
CCSD#2 ACTIVITIES REOPENING PLAN – General Plan plus CC;FB;VB Plans (rev. 09.09.2020 – highlighted in yellow)
Congratulations go out to the following staff members for winning the 2019-2020 CCSD2 Staff of the Year Awards:
Both are fantastic members of the CCSD2 team, as well as all other nominees for the awards:
|Mary George, HES||Becky Kreusel, ENC||Michelle McWain, SMHS||Zach Schmidt, SMHS|
|Jackie Jones, HES||Wendy Lund, SES||Marissa Palm, SES||Lesley Urasky, SMHS|
|Sarah Jones, HES||Sue Malone, SES||Courtney Priest, MBES|
Thank you all for all that you do for CCSD2 and beyond!
Carbon County School District No. 2 was created in 1972 through the consolidation of school districts in the eastern half of Carbon County, Wyoming.
The District encompasses 4,000 square miles in southeastern Wyoming with the eastern border less than 100 miles from Cheyenne and the southern border beginning at the Colorado / Wyoming state line. Interstate 80 and the Union Pacific railroad bisects the District.
Schools are located in the communities of Elk Mountain, Encampment, Hanna, Medicine Bow and Saratoga. The District Administration Central Office is located in Saratoga, which is the largest of the five communities.
7:30 AM – 4:30 PM • Mon – Thu
8:00 AM – Noon • Fri
Closed • Sat – Sun