Lovell Schools Big Horn County School District #2

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Mission & Vision

BGH2 Purpose and Direction Statements

District Mission 

Our students will have the knowledge and skills to become ethical, responsible, productive citizens and life-long learners who have the foundation to compete in a global economy.


District Vision

Our vision is to foster a learning environment that will inspire all students to utilize their given abilities to their highest potential.

District Expectations

  • All schools in Big Horn County School District #2 will provide a safe and orderly environment.
  • All schools in Big Horn County School  District #2 will meet or exceed expectations with the Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA) and with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). 
  • Big Horn County School District #2 willingly accepts the responsibility to improve achievement for each student.
  • Teachers will provide a learning environment where all students can learn at high levels
  • All schools in Big Horn County School District #2 will provide a rigorous and viable curriculum.
  • Big Horn County School District #2 will provide additional learning opportunities beyond the core curriculum, such as enrichment, gifted and talented programs, remediation, after-school programs, extra-curricular programs, alternative programs, advanced placement options and concurrent enrollment opportunities.
  • All professional staff will maintain frequent and effective communication with parents and will encourage parent participation in their child’s education.
  • Each student in Big Horn County School District #2 will improve his/her achievement for grade level expectations in Reading, Math, Science, and Writing as measured by state and district assessment data.
  • The Board recognizes that graduation rates are a validation of education. Therefore, Big Horn County School District #2 will strive towards a 100% high school graduation rate and a 0% drop-out rate.
  • The Superintendent will provide the Board a student achievement report in the fall of each year detailing the progress of student achievement as specified in these Expectations.
  • By policy, the Board will hold itself accountable to provide the Superintendent the resources needed to meet these District Expectations.