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Expedition Academy High School Students Help With Storm Cleanup

Expedition Academy High School (EAHS) students helped the City of Green River out Friday afternoon by cleaning up Expedition Island and Evers Park after the late-summer snow storm earlier this week caused damage to several trees throughout the city.

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Board of Trustees Meeting

Time: 7 PM – 9 PM
Location: Central Administration Building Board Room and Virtually at www.swcsd2.org
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Principal’s Message

Dear Students, Staff and Parents:
Welcome to Expedition Academy High School! Our commitment at Expedition Academy is to provide a safe, challenging, family environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers and inspired learners prepared to have choices in life; to continue their schooling, join the workforce / military, start up a business, etc…opening options to follow their dreams.
Our faculty and staff are highly committed to providing the most rewarding education possible and making the process of learning a fun and enjoyable experience. Our students education is the top priority and we look forward to working together with students and families in making the educational experience awesome!
Choice, Not Chance, Determines Destiny, is our Motto at Expedition Academy. Be here every day, be here on time, be respectful, and do your best work sets the groundwork for success here at Expedition Academy. Our students and staff make Expedition Academy High School an exceptional place to learn and grow.
Thank you for sharing your precious children with us. I am looking forward to a great school year. If I can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me and know that my door is always open. I can be reached at (307) 872-4800 or email at obrayr@swcsd2.org. I am honored to serve as Expedition Academy High School principal.
                  Mr. Obray

School Profile

Expedition Academy High School is a public high school of choice that serves grades 9 through 12 in Sweetwater County School District #2. Enrollment is voluntary. Students are selected after completing an application process and a student interview. 
All students who attend Expedition Academy accept and support our standards. The State of Wyoming and Sweetwater School District #2 recognize this school as a diploma-granting institution eligible for all the status, privileges and public support available to all high schools in the state.
Our Purpose
Expedition Academy exists primarily to promote and provide a challenging education for Green River students who perform best in an alternative setting. The school’s ultimate purpose is to provide attending students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma. In addition to meeting the credit and standards requirements as set forth by the state and district, Expedition Academy also integrates citizenship, character education, career education and social responsibility into the curriculum.
*     Expedition Academy will utilize collaborative learning communities that involve all stakeholders in pursuit        of student achievement.
*     The professional learning community (PLC) will implement educational best practices and instructional             strategies that involve each curricular area, administration and parents.
*     Teaching methods will focus on providing instruction that is meaningful and relevant to students’ lives.              Students will then have the opportunity to demonstrate authentic learning. 
Please read our handbook to learn more about the application process, and feel free to give us a call if you have any questions (307)872-4800.
Thank you,
                    Ralph Obray