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BOCES-Past, Present and Future

High School Students

Planning for the future? Want to be a step ahead when you enter college? Enroll to get college credit while in high school!

BOCES offers the option of dual enrollment courses to high school students at no cost! YES, you read that right, it is FREE! Tuiton, fees and books are covered. This allows students to get a leg-up, on the future, take cutting edge classes, have access to vocational classes and perhaps find a new passion! We also offer the option of certifcation training in welding and classes to become a CNA!

Adult Learners Goals

  • Offering GED or H.S. equivalency classes
  • Creating a testing center
  • Assisting adult learners in the community seeking higher education
  • Offering technical training, such as computer courses, or vocational certification

Community Goals

  • Assessing the community and industry needs for training, such as offering OSHA and Safeland training
  • Offering enrichment classes such as cooking, quilting, or fly fishing
  • Offering summer camps and enrichment courses for elementary students

Future BOCES Goals

Student Learner Goals

  1. Increase concurrent enrollment offerings to student
    a. Tuition assistance for teachers
    b. Provide information on WAPLAR opportunities to district teachers
  2. Maintain vocational offerings (ProStart & Solid Modeling)
    a. Continued support and facilitation of current programs
    b. Collaboration with other small districts to offset various costs such as software
  3. Offer certificate training (i.e. CNA, CPR, Welding)
    a. Develop and maintain programs
    b. Form possible partnerships with higher education institutions within the area

Adult (Adult Based Education) Learner Goals

  1. Maintain current ABE program
    a. Maintain testing center
    b. Increase use of Edgenuity
  2. Increase ABE enrollment and completion
    a. Advertise availability, and flexibility

Community Goals

  1. Increase awareness of college availability locally
    a. Market WWCC in high school & throughout community
    b. Create awareness of existing services (proctoring, advising, registration)
  2. Increase participation in community education programs
    a. Consistent planning, research and development for rural communities
    b. Focus on career and vocational options
    c. Evaluate and form programs for seniors throughout the district
  3. Form lasting community partnerships
    a. Continued development of ECG work and similar programs

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Carbon County School Dist. No. 2
PO Box 1530
315 N. 1st Street
Saratoga, Wyoming 82331

7:30 AM – 4:30 PM • Mon – Thu
8:00 AM – Noon • Fri
Closed • Sat – Sun

Phone: 307-326-5271
Fax: 307-326-8089