Once again, Sheridan County School District No. 2 has risen to the top as the highest performing district in Wyoming. Data from the 2016 Proficiency Assessment of Wyoming Students (PAWS) and ACT reveal that our district has far outperformed all other 4A districts in the state in every subtest. In addition, SCSD2's aggregate performance on both PAWS and ACT clearly demonstrate that we are by far the highest performing of all 48 Wyoming districts. PAWS assesses students in grades 3 through 8 in Reading, Mathematics, and Science. The ACT assesses high school juniors in English, Reading, Mathematics, and Science. According to Superintendent Craig Dougherty, "These scores are no accident. We are once again the top district in the state because we have wonderful, hard-working students and supportive parents. We also have the highest quality teaching staff in Wyoming, who know what excellence means and who collaborate every day in the best interest of students across the district." For a detailed breakdown of SCSD2 assessment data, click here.