Brian Reisig, Executive Director

Brian is a longtime resident of Wyoming and has been living in Lander, WY since 2003.  He holds an Associate of Arts degree in Social Science from Central Wyoming College as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Archaeology and Anthropology from the University of Wyoming.  Brian has almost ten years of experience working throughout the schools of the Fremont County School Districts as well as many years of youth coaching experience in the Lander community and at Lander Valley High School.

Brian is a husband and father of two who loves to spend time with his family and share with them the fun of the outdoors, traveling, history, and adventure.  Brian enjoys most everything outdoors including camping, hunting, sports, and scuba diving while also taking adequate time to watch his favorite sports teams and keep up with his family’s favorite television programs, especially “World of Dance”; “Property Brothers”; “American Ninja Warrior”; and “Puppy Dog Pals”.



                                                         Sheri Groenke, Teacher – Little Curious Minds

Sheri was born in Michigan and attended Grand Valley State University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a emphasis in special education and a minor in elementary education. She taught in Michigan for three years building a special education program for a charter school before moving to Colorado where she taught for seven years as a resource room teacher and learning specialist. Sheri, along with her husband and three boys, have been living in Fremont County four years now and in Lander for two. During this time she has been active in our community as a substitute teacher, soccer coach, and Awana leader.

Sheri loves providing creative, hands-on activities for children to experience learning. She holds high expectations for all students in both academics and behavior. Her ultimate goal as an educator is to make a difference in students’ lives academically, emotionally, and socially by building relationships that foster confidence and enables them to grow as learners.