Shoshoni Schools Fremont County School District #24


Hello! My name is Jenny Davis, and I am the k-12th grade counselor at Shoshoni Elementary and High School. I hope this website serves as a resource for students and families as you navigate your way through school and the varying transitions of life.

A little about me, first and foremost, I am a wife and a mother of four amazing boys. I have always loved working with others and have a passion for inspiring others to be their best self. I enjoy the outdoors, doing anything with my hands, and reading. My schooling started in Utah where I obtained a bachelors of science in psychology from Utah State University. After receiving my degree, I’ve had the opportunity to work with youth corrections, residential environments, mental health facilities, and in education. These experiences have allowed me to work in a variety of situations and demographics with people ranging in ages from five to 21. I went on to further my education and received a masters of art in school counseling and clinical mental health from Adams State University in Colorado. I feel blessed that I get to come to work each day doing what I love and working with outstanding students and staff.

As a counselor, I have varying aspects that I am responsible for. My job consists of assisting students in academics, college and career readiness, and providing social/emotional support. I support these areas through individual and group counseling, classroom instruction, and presentations. I work closely with other school personnel to help ensure that students individual needs are met while maintaining the integrity of the school.

I look forward to working with students, staff, and families here at Shoshoni schools. Please see additional information located below regarding counseling services, contacting me, and confidentiality. 

Jenny Davis 
K-12 School Counselor

Additional Counseling Staff

Dennis Williams
K-12 Social Worker

Taylor Jacobs
School Psychologist

Counseling Services

  • Academic advisement, post high school planning, and college/career information.
  • Healthy life skills, healthy relationships, and coping skills.
  • Responsive services including crisis response, mental and emotional wellness skills, group and individual counseling.

Meeting With The Counselor

Available both by appointment and by walk-in. We encourage parents or guardians to call for an appointment to avoid waiting. To reach the counseling office, call (307) 864-2827, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. I encourage students to sign up to see the counselor before/after school or during breaks, but students may come in on a walk-in basis if in crisis, or when referred by a school staff member. 

Disclosure Notice

We make every effort to follow the counseling guidelines contained in the American School Counselor Association Code of Ethics. This means we will keep the information you share with us confidential, unless you give us permission to share it, or unless we are required by law or school policy to share it.

Examples of When We Must Share a Student's Information

When we must consult with other professionals to better help you. When we are required to release information by a school policy, state law, and/or the code of ethics for professional counselors.


  •  If we believe you are at risk of harming yourself or others.
  •  If we believe someone is trying to hurt you.
  •  If a judge orders us to provide information in court.
  •  If a law is broken.

If you have any questions about these privacy rules, please feel free to talk with the counselor. Your safety and welfare are our highest priorities.