Big Horn High School Principal Al Sparkman is a people person.
He chose a career focused on kids. Every day, he communicated with students, teachers, parents and the community at large. Every evening, he went home “stoked to do it all over again” the next day.
Now, he is finding a way to shoulder his usual responsibilities — and new worries — amid the closures of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sparkman is the latest feature in The Affected, a series by The Sheridan Press highlighting the people and businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic in the Sheridan area.
About The Sheridan Press
The Sheridan Press has served Sheridan County, Wyoming, since 1887. The award-winning independent newspaper is dedicated to informing and engaging the community by creating, producing and distributing exceptional content and trusted journalism. Online rates start at just $1.50 per week; to subscribe to The Sheridan Press, click here. To make a tax-deductible donation in any amount, click here.