Mike Ceballos for Superintendent of Public Instruction

About Mike

Mike Ceballos is running for Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction because he cares about Wyoming education and wants to bring respect and stability back to the Department of Education. As former president of Qwest Wyoming and a doctoral student at the University of Wyoming, Mike is a leader and a learner with a focused vision for Wyoming’s schools.

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Mike’s Priorities

Cooperation and Collaboration between parents, teachers, businesses, community organizations, the legislature and state officials.

No matter the industry, employers in today’s job market are looking for employees with solid educational foundations. But many of our students fail to see how what they are learning in school connects to real life careers and opportunities.

For the link between the classroom and students’ futures to be clear, we need to foster collaboration between parents, teachers, businesses, and community organizations. Learn more >

A Common Understanding of the knowledge and skills students must possess for tomorrow’s jobs.

Respecting the Teaching Profession by allowing teachers and schools to do what they do best.



Thank you to Patrick Collins, owner of the Bicycle Station in Cheyenne, former City Councilman, Republican, and friend.
"I am writing to publicly state my support for Mike Ceballos for Superintendent of Public Instruction. I’ve known Mike since participating in Leadership Cheyenne with him in 1997. It was here that I first heard Mike speak about how important our education is to insuring a prosperous business community here in Wyoming. Today’s students are tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and employees. Since retiring from the business world, Mike has gone back to school to get the education to allow him to serve in this challenging position.
Mike is a proven leader. I have admired his community service, including chairmanship of Cheyenne LEADS and the Wyoming Business Council. This experience will serve him well on the statewide boards and commissions the Superintendent of Public instruction serves on.
Although I am a Republican, I am supporting Mike because his leadership ability, and well-rounded background makes him uniquely qualified to serve the students and parents in our Wyoming schools as Superintendent of Public Instruction."

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We started our day in Fremont County at coffee with the Fox News All-Stars, and will end it with a Meet & Greet at the home of group member Michael Jones, owner of Fremont Knives. Please drop by anytime between 5 and 7, at 2316 Baldwin Creek Road. Directions are on our website, in the Events section. Please join us - or send your friends! ...

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Why should you vote for Mike?

  • He offers proven, stable leadership in a time of state and educational change.
  • He brings decades of business expertise alongside his extensive knowledge in educational leadership.
  • He believes in people and is eager to listen to students, teachers, parents, and communities.
  • He can handle disagreement without being disagreeable.
  • He is committed to preparing today’s students for the jobs of tomorrow.

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Superintendent of Public Instruction

Wyoming’s superintendent of public instruction partners with the governor and the legislature to improve educational structures and standards for greater student success.

Educational Leadership

Educational leadership is the ability to implement educational structures and standards in schools and across districts that lead to student, teacher, and community flourishing. This type of leadership is at the heart of the superintendent of public instruction’s role.

Student Success

Student success looks beyond test grades and GPAs to measure how many students reach desired outcomes after high school. For some, this means college; for others, it means a career that their public education has prepared them for.

Upcoming Events

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What Mike Stands For

Mike believes the best way to achieve greater student success is by focusing on three priorities: cooperation and collaboration between the relevant stakeholders, a common understanding of the knowledge and skills students must possess, and respecting the teaching profession.