“Sublette BOCES in partnership with Sublette County School District #1, Western Wyoming Community College and the community seeks to actively enrich education for everyone through a range of programs, grants and services.”
The following strategic goals were adopted to assist Sublette BOCES in accomplishing their mission.
Goal I. Impact Education through Enrichment Activities — join with WWCC, SCSD #1, and other educational institutions to provide educational enrichment for students and adults.
Goal II. Make Pinedale a Leader in Early Childhood Education — basing the development on our kindergarten ready philosophy.
Goal III. Provide Adult Education Opportunities for a wide range of residents — provide educational enrichment designed to meet community needs.
Goal IV. Continue to Learn as an Organization (observe, reflect and continually improve) — develop a culture of learning based on a mindset that continually seeks to learn and resolve issues.
Board of Trustees
Sublette BOCES is governed by a board of five trustees, four appointed by SCSD #1 and one appointed by Western Wyoming Community College.
Sublette County School District #1 Vice Chairman
Western Wyoming Community College
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Board Meeting Schedule
Sublette BOCES meetings begin at 6 pm at BOCES, 665 North Tyler, Pinedale, Wyoming 82941.
Board of Trustees 2019 Meeting Schedule:
- Thursday, January 3
- Thursday, February 7
- Monday, March 7
- Tuesday, April 4
- Thursday, May 2 (Regular Meeting & Grant Hearing)
- Thursday, June 6
- Thursday, June 27, 6 pm (Special Bill Pay Meeting, end of fiscal year)
- Thursday, July 1 (Regular Meeting & Budget Hearing)
- Thursday, August 1
- Thursday, September 5
- Thursday, October 3
- Thursday, November 7
- Thursday, December 5
Sublette BOCES Board Policies
On June 13, 1996, the Board of Trustees of Sublette County School District #1 and the Board of Trustees of Western Wyoming Community College created the Sublette Board of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES.) Funding for BOCES comes from a one-half mill levy from Sublette County property taxes which is authorized through the school district. BOCES provides shared educational and support services to the community in a cost-effective manner including, but not limited to:
- Distance Learning
- Western Wyoming Community College Admissions
- High School Concurrent/Dual Enrollment
- Summer Enrichment Programs
- Drivers Education
- BEEP/Early Childhood Education
- Youth Classes
- College Proctoring
- GED/High School Equivalency
- Community Enrichment
- Grants-In-Aid to students for educational purposes
- Community Grants to businesses and non-profits for educational purposes
John Anderson was born and raised in Thermopolis, Wyoming. After receiving his PhD. in Political Science, he taught at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and earned a position as a Full Professor. In 2010, his wife and he decided to return home to Wyoming. His wife is Jami Anderson, she was raised in Cody, Wyoming and recently retired as the Rector of St. Andrew’s in the Pines Episcopal Church in Pinedale. John and Jami are both active community members who appreciate the opportunity to be a part of this vital community. They also enjoy their four children (one an artist, one a designer, one an engineer and one a dancer and down-to-earth mom) and five grandchildren. John has over 35 years of experience in education and thoroughly enjoys working as the Director of B.O.C.E.S. because of the important role it plays in enriching education in the community.
Kaidi Raney, Community Education Coordinator
Kaidi grew up in the Pinedale community, working with youth organizations throughout her career. Kaidi brings a background of the community and has a family history with deep roots in Pinedale. The opportunity to expand the course offerings via community class delivery in both the online format and with classroom instruction is her passion. Kaidi is active in the community and is currently the Vice-President of Pinedale’s Soroptimist Organization, as well as a member of the V.F.W. Auxiliary Post 4801. When not at work developing both youth and adult enrichment opportunities, Kaidi loves spending time outdoors running, backpacking, biking, and water and snow skiing. She is the proud mother of two amazing sons, Conor and Caleb.
Nadine moved to Wyoming 22 years ago from Minnesota. Nadine and her husband, Kaycee, have been raising their two sons in Pinedale for 6 years. She has extensive experience working as either a bookkeeper or office manager for over 20 years. Nadine enjoys the great outdoors and getting involved with her kid’s school activities.
Deanne Swain, Marketing Coordinator
Deanne is a lifelong resident of Sublette County, who is now raising her children here. She loves being part of the good things in Pinedale, helping the community grow and thrive. After graduating from Northwest College in Powell, WY with degrees in both graphic arts and graphic design, Deanne served as a designer for a one of Pinedale’s weekly newspapers, going on to co-found another community newspaper in 2001. After stepping away from the newspaper business in 2007, Deanne began offering freelance graphic design services to clients on an ongoing basis. She is happy to be on board at BOCES, where her passions for art and education can run free. Deanne is the chair of the Pinedale Public Art group, a sister organization of the Pinedale Fine Arts Council. In her limited free time, Deanne enjoys baking and the occasional hike to offset her other hobby.
Amy’s passion for early childhood education started early when she first worked at a childcare facility when she was 16 years old. She then went on to get her degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in early childhood education from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri. She taught Kindergarten for one year before moving to Pinedale where she was the director of Pinedale Preschool for 8 years. She took a year off to be with her own kids and then spent six more years at the Pinedale Preschool as a substitute, teacher’s aide, and then a preschool teacher. She is excited to once again be in the roll or director here at BEEP. Amy believes the most important part of any early childhood education program is the kids and families they get to work with every day. She is passionate about building programs that support parents and provide the best care possible to the children they are responsible for. She loves that the primary goal here at BEEP is to make children feel safe and comfortable while supporting their growth and development.