Teachers & Staff
Our caring staff members make themselves available to our students to help support learning both during the school day and on selected days before and after school. The years of experience our teachers bring to the classroom is a testament to the excellent instruction your child receives every day at Dubois School. Meet our faculty and staff below.
A complete list of our district and Dubois K-12 staff is available for your reference.
About Diana Shaw
Diana Shaw has a BA in elementary education, having majored in K–12 reading and minored in early childhood education. She has been teaching in our district's 21CCLC after school program, Lights On, and is currently the director/coordinator. Ms. Shaw has been teaching prekindergarten students for four years and currently is the morning prekindergarten teacher. She loves both of her positions with FCSD#2.
In her spare time, Diana loves to fish, hunt, hike, and camp with her family.
About Lori Sincavage
Lori was born and raised in Massachusetts, where she earned her bachelor of science degree in elementary education at Bridgewater State University in 1989. She taught for 26 years in the same school system where she was educated from kindergarten through high school graduation. During these years, she taught 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade, finishing up her career as a math specialist for K–5.
After retirement, Lori and her husband, Bill, felt a strong desire to spend more time in the west and in 2015, moved to Dubois. Lori began substituting at the Dubois Elementary School and was appointed to a 5th grade position in 2016. Lori enjoys reading, horseback riding, hiking, cross-country skiing, as well as gardening and home improvements.
About David Trembly
Mr. Trembly graduated from Cheyenne East in 1984. He attended and played football for Tabor College from 1985 to 1988, he remained in Kansas where he taught math and P.E. and also coached for 10 years at the high school level. Coach Trembly moved back to WY in 1999 and has been with Dubois High School since then teaching mathematics, physical education, and technology. He also enjoys coaching the football, wrestling and track teams.
About Jessica Bressler
Jessica earned her Bachelor's of Elementary Education from the College of Charleston and her Master's of Special Education from Western Carolina University. She has worked with Fremont County 2 since 2005 as a special education teacher, Instructional Facilitator and coach. Prior to joining the team at FCSD 2, Jessica worked as Director of Special Education and as a wilderness instructor for SOAR, a wilderness school for students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD. Jessica is happily married to fellow special educator, Jon Bressler. Together they have two sons. The family prefers to spend as much time as possible recreating outdoors. Jessica is a long time runner and gardener. She loves sharing her passion for running as a middle school track coach.
About Katrina Schueneman
Katrina Schueneman was born in Wyoming but grew up in Houston, Texas and Lafayette, Louisiana. She attended the University of Wyoming and earned a BFA in theatre and dance and a BS in communication disorders in 2005. She completed an MS in speech language pathology in 2007. Katrina earned a MA Ed. in deaf and hard of hearing from Texas Tech University in 2012. Currently, she is pursuing a national board certification in education in the area of exceptional needs.vHer love for the mountains and the outdoors brought her to the very small and isolated Dubois where she has happily worked as a pre-k through 12th grade speech language pathologist for Fremont County School District #2 for 10 years. She is an active member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and a board member at Boys and Girls Club of Dubois. When not at work, Katrina enjoys spending time traveling with her husband and daughter, mountain biking, skiing, hiking, SUPing, swimming, cooking, and dancing!
About Tina Baker
I was born and raised in the Dubois area and graduated form Dubois High School in 1979. I graduated from Utah State University with a dual major in health and physical education in 1984. My first teaching job was in Dubois teaching PE part time in 1988 where I have been teaching every since. I obtained my master’s degree in kinesiology and health from the University of Wyoming in 2008 and obtained my national board teacher certification in 2010.
My husband Monte and I have five children and six grandchildren and love coaching, the outdoors, and staying active.
About Pat Ballinger
Following a 31-year career as an educator, Pat Ballinger discovered that driving the activity bus is a great way to continue to learn with and support students. He earned his bachelors degree from Black Hills State University and instructed Dubois students in grades 7-12 from 1977-2008. Along with teaching vocational education and PE/health classes, Pat was the high school wrestling and football coach.
When not driving, Pat enjoys reading, completing crossword puzzles, rock hunting, exploring on his ATV, camping, and visiting his children in Colorado and Alaska. He serves on the boards of the Kiwanis Club and Boys and Girls Club of Dubois, and also chairs the committee to maintain the two Kiwanis-sponsored children’s parks.
He and his wife Jennet are Wyoming natives and have lived in Dubois for 39 years, 25 of those at Lava Creek Ranch west of town.
About JoEllen McCabe
"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant of the weak & strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these.” ~ George Washington Carver