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Working in CCSD#1

 

What Does CCSD#1 Offer?


The Douglas Recreation Center (located adjacent to
the High School) offers a pool, multiple gyms,
racquetball, a weight room, and more.
Access is free to the public.




Technology abounds in CCSD#1. We offer
student computers in labs, classrooms, and
mobile units. We have a student computer for
every 2.1 students. Every teacher and nearly
all other staff has their own computer, with nearly
half our teachers now using notebooks
to work anytime, anywhere.


The District sponsors several Staff Wellness
activities every year, with incentives and prizes.
This fall we did a walk through historical
downtown Douglas.


Converse County School District #1 is a unique environment with a wide variety of experiences and opportunities. These are some highlights about what CCSD#1 has to offer:

Our district currently has around 1,750 students. We have four in-town schools and fiverural schools.


Starting salary for teachers: $42,963.00 (B.S.) and $50,747.00 (M.S.). Currently, our salary schedule increases horizontally $1,946.00 & vertically $575.00 per step.


All of our schools have met Annual Yearly Progress since 2002.


We are technology enriched with student-to-computer ratio of about 2.1 to 1.


We have a New Teacher Induction program that prepares new teachers to work in their classrooms and in CCSD#1. Each participant receives a $500.00 stipend.


The district provides ample professional development opportunities including financial assistance and district payback for staff members obtaining a masters degree.


All of our schools are staffed with instructional facilitators and mentor teachers.


The staff has a wide age range where new ideas and age old wisdom are mixed together to form the perfect combination for the students of Douglas, Wyoming.

By browsing our website, you can learn a lot more about what we have to offer!

Learn More about CCSD#1
Recruitment Brochure
This is our official brochure describing our district, schools, and community.
This is a great place to start learning about CCSD#1! (PDF format)
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