Mission: "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." 

Vision: "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."

Click Here to view the District Strategic Plan                                                                           Click Here to view the District Annual Report

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 1270 students and has a general fund budget of approximately $20 million dollars.

Our district schools include:

  • Meadowlark Elementary School which serves grades K-2 and houses approximately 280 students.
  • Cloud Peak Elementary School which serves grades 3-5 and houses approximately 285 students.
  • Clear Creek Middle School which serves grades 6-8 and houses approximately 260 students.
  • Buffalo High School which serves grades 9-12 and houses approximately 300 students.
  • Kaycee School which serves grades K-12 and houses approximately 150 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 #1.

Dr. Gerry Chase, Superintendent


Public Meeting: February 27th at 7:30PM at the Buffalo High School Auditorium

Johnson County School District #1 will be sharing information on proposed legislation, which cuts funding for education. The Board will also be seeking input on their budget priorities.

Stars of Tomorrow - Sunday, March 5, 2017

Middle School Students at the AAS Conference. 
Back row: Kendra Schultz, Sage Palser, Jessica Kenney
Front row: Wolfegang Wuerker, Tucker Giles, Tim Clasen

FBLA State Competition
Kaycee Team (left) finished 1st- Nathan Troll, Atticus Garrett, Halle Elmer
Buffalo Team (right) finished 2nd - Tana Dahlberg, Caden Milmine, and Ariana Spratt

Congratulations to our Students of the Month! This Month's Key is "Commitment."

MDLK - Hayden Patterson

CPES - Ryan Nicholas

CCMS - Sage Palser

BHS - Cassidy Lausen

Kaycee - Lucas Pierson, Bindi Hill, Kamryn Kozisek

We have 14 that are eligible for the Supplemental Education Services but no students enrolled at this time.

Johnson County School District Number One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap in admission or access to or treatment or employment in, its educational programs or activities. Inquiries concerning Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504 may be referred to Dr. Jeanie Iberlin, Johnson County School District One Title IX Coordinator (Telephone (307) 684-9571) or to the Office of Civil Rights, United States Department of Education,1961 Stout Street, Denver, Colorado, 80294.

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