Johnson County School District #1 -- Buffalo & Kaycee, Wyoming

Mission: "Johnson County School District #1 guarantees a learning environment where every student grows every day in his or her overall well-being and academic achievement."

Vision: "Johnson County School District #1 collaborates with our communities to graduate every student with the information, confidence, responsibility, and skills to be prepared for college, career, and the workforce."

School Board Honors Students of the Month--by Big Horn Mountain Radio Network
Welcome Message

Welcome to the Johnson County School District #1 web presence. We are glad you are visiting with us electronically. The information provided at this web site is intended to assist parents, patrons, staff and students in finding or researching information of interest.

Johnson County School District #1 is located on the east slope of the Big Horn Mountain Range located in northeastern Wyoming and includes the communities of Buffalo and Kaycee. The district serves approximately 1290 students and has a general fund budget of approximately $20 million dollars.

Our district schools include:

  • Meadowlark Elementary School serves grades K-2 and houses approximately 275 students.
  • Cloud Peak Elementary School serves grades 3-5 and houses approximately 275 students.
  • Clear Creek Middle School serves grades 6-8 and houses approximately 250 students.
  • Buffalo High School serves grades 9-12 and houses approximately 325 students.
  • Kaycee School serves grades K-12 and houses approximately 155 students.

Johnson County School District #1 continues to strive to meet the educational goals established by our Board of Trustees. We look forward to meeting the educational challenges of our students today and into the future.

Enjoy the web site and please contact us with any questions or concerns about Johnson County School District.

Gerry Chase, Superintendent

BHS Zombie Run


School Improvement Status
All students in Meadowlark and Cloud Peak Elementary were eligible for school choice in 2014-2015, but no students selected Kaycee Elementary as their option.

"As a result of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), 22 students in Johnson County School District are eligible to receive extra help in the areas of math, reading and language arts. The choices for the extra services are listed in the link below titled Supplemental Education Service Providers. As of this time, not students have elected to participate. If you have further questions, feel free to contact your building principal."
CLICK HERE for SES Providers