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

Shoshoni Well Represented At Junior High National Finals Rodeo

Congratulations to Lanna Jordan, the 2017 junior high school rodeo champion breakaway roper! Lanna roped three calves in 7.33 seconds. Shoshoni is proud of you!

Lanna and her dad, Lance, made the 23 hour trip to Lebanon, Tennessee with her two horses and two more horses for fellow competitor Mason Trollinger of Tensleep. She competed with a broken foot suffered when her horse stepped on her, proving once again the determination and cowgirl toughness of our Shoshoni cowgirl.

Cannon Campbell also competed in Lebanon, Tennessee at the Junior High School Rodeo Association finals. As one of the youngest competitors at the rodeo, Cannon ended up 24th in the nation. A 6th grader in the top 25 out of 132 boys goat tying is huge. We are so proud of you!

Congratulations to all!

Bruce Thoren

Bruce Thoren
Superintendent