Highland Park Elementary School
The mission of Highland Park’s staff and community is to ensure the highest possible education for each and every student, while at the same time meeting all of the ever-changing needs of our families. We refuse to allow students to fail, and support every aspect of student life.
In order to build a culture of excellence and promote continuous improvement in our staff and educational methods, we incorporate the Professional Learning Community model and hold true to its beliefs. Through collegial sharing and focused attention on student data, direct instruction is targeted at each student. The Highland Park Staff is able to identify each learner needs, and then create and deliver the highest quality of instruction. We set our expectations for our staff, parents, and kiddos at the top, and hold each person accountable for doing their job.
Highland Park Elementary News
Highland Park 4th Graders Hit the Trails
Contributed by Breanna Powell On September 24, all three of Highland Park’s 4th-grade classes, a handful of gracious volunteers, and teachers hopped into a bus headed to Casper at 7:00 am for a full day of interactive learning about Wyoming’s history. The day’s first stop was Fort Caspar, where students took a step back in time to learn about central Wyoming’s Continue Reading
Highland Park Elementary Welcomes New Principal
Highland Park Elementary School is excited to welcome a new leader into its midst. Scott Cleland will take the reins as the Highland Park Principal for the 2014-2015 school year. Mr. Cleland started his District #2 career at Highland Park Elementary as a 4th and 5th grade teacher and is returning to Highland Park after serving as the Principal of Woodland Park Elementary and Assistant Principal of Sheridan High School. His Continue Reading
Highland Park Receives 2013 School Report Card
This report card is a measure of the quality of our school in providing the highest possible education for each and every student, as well as the tremendous effect of having active and engaged parents. As we approach the last portion of the 2013-2014 school year, we continue to apply the same focus and determination for improvement that earned these results.