LCSD#2 is continually striving to improve physical facilities and grounds to promote the safest and best learning environment possible for students. We want our staff, students, and guests to experience a setting in which excellence in education is obtained. We understand that we are educating students for the process of life-long learning and desire for them to look back on their time on each campus as monumental for the success that they will experience throughout life. Our physical facilities represent the ideals that have so long made this district stand out as a leader in education. 

Kim Nelson


Kim Nelson
Facilities Manager


General Information


Use of School Facilities

Please download and complete the request for use of school facilities form below. Return to the school or district office.

Request for Use of School Facilities Form


USSDSonline is a database to provide all staff with a ready resource for documentation of chemicals and products in use at our facilities.

All stakeholders have access to view USSDS listings in our District. 

A material safety data sheet (USSDS) is a document required by FEMA and OSHA that provides information on the safe handling, use, storage, and disposal of potentially hazardous chemicals. International compliance is moving toward the use of a GHS (Global Harmonization Standard) Safety Data Sheet (SDS). USSDS documentation is slowly adapting to the new GHS-SDS standard, and you may find both versions on our database.

If you have a request for an USSDS/GHS-SDS sheet you do not find, or if you have a product for which we need to add an USSDS/GHS-SDS, please contact Kim Nelson at the above email address.

Lead Testing

The District strives to maintain a safe and quality environment for students and staff.  Our drinking water was tested for lead content in 2017.  We are pleased to report that there were no actionable levels of lead found in any of our educational or auxiliary buildings.


In order to comply with the EPA Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Ace (AHERA), we are posting this notice of activities, dealing with known or suspect asbestos-containing materials, being performed in our school buildings. The district is required to annually notify employees, building occupants, and legal guardians about asbestos activities. These activities include 6-month periodic surveillance, 3-year re-inspections, response actions that will be performed, and the availability of the plan. This posting comprises our required notification.

A Management Plan containing locations of known or suspect materials is on file. The Administration Office has a digital copy that is available during working hours (7:30am - 4:00pm, Monday-Friday). Each school office has a copy of the portion of the plan involving that school's buildings. In school offices, the plan is available during normal school hours (7:30am  -4:00pm Monday-Thursday) when school is in session.

During each calendar year, the district performs periodic surveillance semi-annually to examine the current condition of any known or suspect materials. Our most recent 3 year independent inspection was completed in March 2020.

If you have questions, please direct them to: Kim Nelson, Facilities Dept.at 307-245-4081. This individual is our Designated Person, and as such is responsible for our compliance with the AHERA regulation.

Contact Us

Laramie County School District No.2 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its education programs or activities. Inquiries concerning Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 may be referred to Director of Special Services, P.O. Box 489, Pine Bluffs, WY 82082, 307-245-4050. Inquiries related to any civil rights concern may also be addressed to the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 1961 Stout Street, Denver, Colorado 80294. 


Materials used to train Title IX personnel are available to the public to inspect at the District Office.  


The public can obtain information regarding sex offenders either employed by the school district or attending a school at the school district by contacting local law enforcement (police or sheriff’s department) having jurisdiction over the school campus as required by W.S. §7-19-303(h).



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