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Thanksgiving Holiday Break, Wednesday - Friday, November 26-28.† No school for staff or students. † † † ††
 
Converse County School District #2 Announcements
EMPLOYMENT VACANCIES

Glenrock School District has an opening for an Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent (salary $18.50 per hour), approx. 7Ĺ hours per day, 12 months per year, beginning 1/5/2015.† Full benefit package includes state retirement, medical insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, paid vacation, paid sick leave, paid personal leave.† Secretarial experience required including Windows software programs, Microsoft Word and Excel.† Click on "Employment" on the left for application information.† If you have questions, please call 307-436-5331.† Applications are due at Noon on December 2.† Equal Opportunity Employer.

Glenrock School District has an opening for a Full Time Custodian (salary $13.00 per hour day shift / $13.50 per hour night shift).† Full benefit package includes state retirement, medical insurance, life insurance, paid vacation leave, paid sick leave, paid personal leave.† Please click on "Employment" on the left for application information.† If you have questions, please call 307-436-5331.† Position will remain open until filled.† Equal Opportunity Employer.



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT, Cameras on School Buses

A sad incident from the past - a Fremont County school child was struck and killed by a driver who passed a bus that was stopped along the highway with its flashing red lights activated.† Wyoming State Statute 31-5-507 states that the driver of a vehicle upon meeting or overtaking from either direction any stopped school bus shall stop before reaching the school bus when there is in operation on the school bus the flashing red lights and the driver shall not proceed until the school bus resumes motion or the flashing red lights are no longer activated.† As a result of the tragedy in Fremont County, the 2013-2014 Wyoming State Legislators passed a bill requiring all school buses to be equipped with cameras on the outside of all school buses.† Converse County School District #2 has had inside cameras in all regular route buses for a long time, but never on the outside of the buses.† As of now, all school buses owned by the district are equipped with outside cameras.† A camera will not stop a vehicle; it will only tell a story.† As a school bus is approaching a bus stop, the bus driver will activate the flashing yellow warning lights.† This indicates that the school bus is about to stop.† Once the bus is stopped and the flashing red lights are activated, the outside cameras are activated also.† The cameras will take a picture of the license plate and a picture of the driver of any vehicle that passes a school bus with its red flashing lights activated.† If this occurs, the bus drivers inform our Transportation Director who then contacts law enforcement and gives them the pictures of the license plate and the driver.† Iím sad to report that, with just a little over a month of school, there have already been several drivers who have not stopped and have passed a school bus while red lights were activated.† Please watch for the flashing yellow lights on the bus and know that they are about to stop.† Slow down and do not attempt pass the school bus.† Once the red flashing lights are activated, the drivers of all vehicles are to stop and wait until the red flashing lights are no longer activated.† Letís not repeat the tragedy in Fremont County.
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