Bar Nunn Elementary


Phone: (307) 253-4000

School Website

Principal: Angie Hayes

Office Manager: Kathy Carr

Address: 2050 Siebke Dr., Bar Nunn, 82601





“The mission of Bar Nunn Elementary is to help ALL students achieve at the highest level required for success at their grade level and beyond.”

Vision: We are a community of curious, motivated, and passionate learners.

Bar Nunn Elementary School, located in the fastest growing community in Wyoming, has three main goal teams working to accomplish its mission and vision.

Teams exist for our school improvement planning and implementation. Our goals are based around Reading, Math, Operations and Parent Involvement. This year’s goal teams are Academics (Reading and Math); Parent: and Effective and Efficient Operations. Bar Nunn works to provide an atmosphere that will create a desirable attitude toward learning and a respect and appreciation for work well done. Students deserve the best, and they are expected to give their best. Parents also have a valuable role to play in the encouragement and support they lend to their children and the school. Parent volunteers and visitors are welcome.


Bar Nunn Elementary uses a standards based instructional model for reading, math, and writing. We also use the PBIS behavior program along with Second Steps Social Skills to facilitate positive peer and adult interactions.  Bar Nunn has additional staff to teach social skills and work with individual students, as needed


Bar Nunn students may participate in clubs such as: Drama, Lego League, Spelling Bee, Technology Club, Science Club, Student Council, Homework and Reading Labs, Cooking Club, and Art Club.  Fourth and Fifth graders may participate in volleyball, basketball, and track through the Casper Recreation Center.


Preschool is available for children who turn 3 by Sept. 15.  Morning preschool from 8:45 am to 11:25 am, and afternoon preschool is from 12:45 pm to 3:25 pm. Preschool students are screened for pre-academic skills.  The staff discusses student needs and priorities admissions based those needs. This process is completed in May of each year for the following school year.

Classes at Bar Nunn run from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Before-school activities begin at 8 a.m., and after-school activities are available until 4:45 p.m. on Monday through Thursday.

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