Mckinnon Elementary School

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Katelyn Kofford - 2nd Place Winner of the Fire Prevention Week Coloring Contest - 

Early Out on March 9, 2018

School Profile

McKinnon Elementary is one of three rural schools in Sweetwater County School District 2, serving students in K-5th grades in the town of McKinnon.

We have 6 staff members who are dedicated to creating a positive, rich educational experience for students and to serving the unique academic, physical, social and emotional needs of every individual student.

The school is located in the rural Sweetwater County town of McKinnon at an elevation of 7,057 feet amidst ranches, wildlife, sagebrush grasslands, and cottonwood trees at the base of the Uinta Mountain Range. The school is the heart of the community.  Folks from the town and surrounding areas are highly involved in and supportive of school sponsored events regardless of whether or not they have children enrolled in the school. These folks express pride for this school and for its history.   

We welcome new students to our wonderful school and encourage families considering settling in the area to visit the school as part of their decision making process.
 
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Calendar

WSBA Legislative Forum in Cheyenne, WY
Date: 2/25/2018
Early Out - End of Quarter
Date: 3/9/2018, 12 PM 4 PM
Rec Board Meeting
Date: 3/13/2018, 6 PM 7 PM
Location: Central Administration Building Board Room
Board of Trustees Meeting
Date: 3/13/2018, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Central Administration Board Room
District Closed
Date: 3/30/2018

Latest News

District looks to improve emergency notification communications

The district, has the capability, through Infinite Campus, to send text messages to parents, containing important information. Currently we may send a mass email, but have found that many people may not regularly monitor personal email accounts. We believe that the text message notification will allow important information to get to parents in a timely manner. Continue reading…

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