Shoshoni Schools Fremont County School District #24
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Welcome to Shoshoni Schools

Welcome to the Shoshoni Wrangler website. Learning and fun go hand in hand in our pre-K through 12th grade classrooms. We are a tight-knit community of hard working, hard playing, success-oriented individuals who work together to bring about the academic and personal success of every student in our care. Please visit the pages on this website to learn more about us.

A Message from Our Superintendent

The 2018-2019 school year will be our third year in our beautiful new building. We are looking forward to another great school year with students returning on August 22.

As most of you are well aware, Christina Mills will be our new secondary principal. Mrs. Mills will be an excellent administrator for our district. She has been a teacher of the year for the State of Wyoming, an English teacher, curriculum director, coach, and anything else that the district has needed. She will bring an atmosphere of hard work, dedication to students, and make our schools the best that they can be. If you have a minute, stop by and welcome her into her new role.

Our teachers have been working in professional learning communities (PLC) for the last seven years to hone and refine the craft of teaching. This year we were fortunate enough to receive a grant through the Wyoming Department of Education to further refine our PLC's. Our teachers are committed, hardworking individuals that want the best for each and every student. The PLC training will help teachers to ensure that all students learn essential knowledge, skills, and dispositions. The focus of the PLC training will be on the following four essentials:

  1. What do we expect every student to learn?
  2. How will we know when each student has learned the essential knowledge and skills?
  3. How will we respond when some students do not learn?
  4. How will we extend and enrich the learning for students who are already proficient?

We look forward to working with your children at school and if there is anything you would like to discuss, please feel free to drop by or shoot me an e-mail.

Bruce Thoren

Bruce Thoren
Superintendent