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Sheridan County School District #3
Empowering students to succeed as life long learners through diverse and individual educational opportunities.

Sheridan County School District #3

Home of the Panthers

Welcome to Sheridan County School District #3. Together, the three schools that comprise our district provide a safe, empowering learning environment for kindergarten through twelfth grade students in Clearmont, Wyoming. 

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We are happy to provide you with information about our district, our schools, and the excellent programs and services we offer our students. Go, Panthers!

A Message from Our Superintendent

Dear Parents, Staff, Students, and Community Members,

Welcome back to the 2021–2022 school year for Sheridan County School District #3. I am excited about how the new school year has started. I am glad that we are having school live and in person again this year. Just a reminder that we are starting school the same way we ended last fall. SCSD #1 and SCSD #2 have both put in place mask mandates based on our county health recommendation. County health has allowed us not to mandate masks because of our size and ability to secure other precautions. The precaution I would ask everyone to follow is not to come to school if you are not feeling well. We have had a great start to the school year.

I have been very impressed with our students as we start the year. Most of them have jumped right into a routine of learning and growing. We will continue to have high expectations for them academically and behaviorally as we progress through the school year. Academically we continue to remind them to have a growth mindset and practice grit when they don’t succeed on a first or second try. We ask our parents and community members to encourage all SCSD #3 students to challenge themselves and to have high academic standards for students. We have started after-school hours for students who need more time or have fallen behind. Please encourage your students to use this time if they need it. I have been talking to them about treating everyone at school with dignity, respect, and kindness. We don’t have to like each other but it is important in a small school that we treat each other with dignity, respect and, kindness. Please reinforce these traits at home with your student(s).

A little about myself, I am a Wyoming native and have lived in quite a few places across Wyoming growing up but graduated from high school in Midwest, Wyoming. I’m the second oldest of six kids. I attended the University of Wyoming and earned a B.S. in Physical and Health Education and had the opportunity to play football for the Cowboys. "Go Pokes". Since that time, I have completed a master’s degree, an educational specialist degree, and a doctorate degree from the University of Wyoming. I taught for a few years in Campbell County School District at all three levels, which included teaching in Wright, WY. My first administrative job was in Sweetwater County School District #2. I returned to Campbell County as a high school associate principal and held numerous other administrative positions including the superintendent of schools. For the past three years, I have been the superintendent in Laramie County School District #1 in Cheyenne, WY. I have been blessed to spend all my years in Wyoming working as an educator and leader. I am very proud, humbled, and eager to work as part of the SCSD #3 Educational Team.

Finally, I want to thank the parents and community for all the support they provide to the school. It is nice to live and work in a community where everyone pitches in when the school needs something or we have activities in the school. Even the students do a great job of supporting each other including working to have a great concession stand at games. Go Panthers!


Boyd Brown

Boyd Brown Ed. D.
Superintendent SCSD#3

“Empowering students to succeed as lifelong learners through diverse and individual educational opportunities.”
Sheridan County School District #3 Mission Statement

“Ownership: 'A commitment of the head, heart, and hands to fix the problem and never again affix the blame.” — John G. Miller

Sheridan County
School District #3
1600 Meade Ave., Clearmont, WY 82835
(307) 758-4412    Fax: (307) 758-4444