Career Day was on Monday, March 20th. We had an amazing turnout from our community to share their knowledge with our high school students and ended the day with a guest speaker. A huge shout out to everyone who made this day possible.
The time has come and the wrestlers are ready to show family and friends what they have learned! Please come support this amazing group of kids for the first Shoshoni Shooters Showdown! **ATTENTION PARENTS** *Please have your wrestler in the main gym by 4:30 for warm-up *Please send a water bottle for your wrestler *If your wrestler has a singlet they would like to use, please send them dressed out *We will provide singlets as well *The concession stand will be open *For any questions please email Kortni Cassity at email@example.com or Tony Truempler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Perseverance: The ability to work through situations even when there are obstacles or challenges in the way. (Character Strong) Students spent time learning that what seemed impossible was possible!
Hello Wrangler Fans, The HS track team has yet to participate in competition due to the lack of snow melt causing havoc with the track meet schedule. Stay tuned for cancellations and last minute pop-up meets. The JH/Y starts practice this week and is scheduled to go to a meet on Friday, but that is up in the air as to whether or not St. Stephens will have their facilities ready. The HS wrestling and basketball teams have their celebration banquet on Tuesday at 6pm. Pizza will be provided. This week's events follow: Monday, March 20: G day (periods 3-7) Ineligible Warning List: Students with 2 or more D's and/or 1 or more F's will be notified via school email and will have until 3:40 pm on Wednesday to take a reestablish sheet to Mr. Mills 1st Practice JH/Y Track after school School Board Meeting 5:30pm Tuesday, March 21: A day (periods 1-5) HS Winter Sports Banquet at 6pm in the commons Wednesday, March 22: B day (periods 6-3) Ineligible list is finalized at 3:40pm Thursday, March 23: C day (periods 4-1) Student Showcase Author's Fair 2-3:30pm in the Elementary Wing Friday, March 24: Elementary PD Day (No School for Pre K-6th Grade Students) Elementary Parent/Teacher Conferences JH/Y Track @ St. Stephens at 10am (the bus leaves at 8:30am) Little Wrangler Wrestling Tournament at 5pm in the Main Gym Saturday, March 25: no events scheduled Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
BOARD AGENDA Fremont County School District #24 Regular Meeting - 5:30 PM Monday, March 20, 2023 http://go.boarddocs.com/wy/fcsd24/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=CP9NAB5EF320
The 6th-grade National History Day Projects are nearing their final stages of preparation. They will be displayed at the Student Showcase next Thursday.
Thank you to these wonderful AFTER PROM sponsors we have so far. There is still plenty of time to help support this cause and give our students a fun and safe after prom party. Reach out to the school if you would like our students to come by your business 307-876-2576 or here is an easy PayPal link that you can donate directly to the after prom. paypal.me/ShoshoniSchools We appreciate all your support!!
Shoshoni Elementary will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair from Monday, March 20th to Friday, March 24th. It will be open during P/T Conferences next week as well! You can find more information here, including a preview of the books, online ordering, and check out 'eWallet' a safe, cash-free way for your child to shop the fair : https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/shoshonielemschool As always, thank you so much for your support of your children's reading and of our school!! 📚
The first graders love doing word work in their reading groups. These students had a blast looking for ways to sort long a words!
Hello Wrangler Fans, After a week of alternating practice time inside and outside, the HS track team is looking forward to the first meet of the year. They will travel to Casper at the end of this week. Remember to wear green on Friday; which also marks the end of the 3rd quarter. The detailed listing of this week's events follow: Monday, March 13: C day (periods 4-1) Eligibility re-establish day. Those on last week's ineligible list have until 3:40 pm to take a signed re-establish sheet to Mr. Mills. Tuesday, March 14: D day (periods 2-6) No events scheduled Wednesday, March 15: E day (periods 7-4) No events scheduled Thursday, March 16: F day (periods 5-2) No events scheduled Friday, March 17: End of the 3rd Quarter Saturday, March 18: HS track @ Natrona Co. at 10am (the bus leaves at 7:15am) Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
Congratulations, Shoshoni Elementary, on your participation in the 2023 American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge!
Mark your calendars and come support our youth wrestlers at their first tournament! **Parents please remember to send gym clothes with your child, starting Monday!
Hello Wrangler Fans, The winter sports seasons have come to a close with a highly competitive State Basketball Tournament. The Wranglers fell in the opening round to TR (who went on to take the 3rd place trophy), and then lost a heartbreaker to Greybull on Friday. The Lady Blue fell to LFL in the opening round (who went on to take the runner-up trophy), but rebounded on Friday to beat Wyoming Indian before losing to Rocky in the consolation championship. Please congratulate the Wrangler and Lady Blue players and coaches on amazing seasons! You may not realize it by looking at the snow on the ground, but we now move on to the spring sport of Track and Field with the HS starting practice today and JH/Y starting 1 week later (weather permitting). The short list of this week's events follow: Monday, March 6: Staff PD Day, No School for Pre K-12th grade students 1st Practice for High School Track Eligibility Warning List: Students with 2 or more D's and/or 1 or more F's will be notified via school email and will have until Wednesday at 3:40pm to take a signed re-establish sheet to Mr. Mills. Those who fail to meet the deadline will be ineligible to participate in athletic/activity contests for the remainder of the week and cannot travel with a team to an away event. Tuesday, March 7: G day (periods 3-7) No events scheduled Wednesday, March 8: A day (periods 1-5) No events scheduled Thursday, March 9: B day (periods 6-3) No events scheduled Friday, March 10: Elementary Virtual Assembly 1:10-1:25 pm Saturday, March 11: No events scheduled **Sunday, March 12: Daylight Saving Times starts--move your clocks forward 1 hour so you aren't late to school on Monday** Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
This is an exciting opportunity for Fremont County students. If your student is interested in attending, please let me know. We can help complete the application and get additional information!
The FFA helped the elementary students celebrate Read Across America by providing a pancake breakfast, decorating the stage, and even having a student dressed up as the Cat in the Hat.
Boys and girls ages Preschool through 4th Grade please don't forget to sign up for Jr. Wranglers Wrestling Camp! -Sign up deadline is March 6th -Camp starts March 13th -Wrestling meet March 24th For any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to Kortni Cassity or Tony Truempler. There are extra forms located at the Elementary office.
On Friday, the third grade had the pleasure of working with Jessica Klein for engineers' week. The students worked in pairs to plan and build catapults.
Third grade had a contest in which the students created Valentine boxes. Our students were so creative!
Hello Wrangler Fans, What a great week to be a Wrangler Fan! In the inaugural Girls' Wrestling Championships, Brueklyn Truempler took 3rd, Abriana Kiser took 5th, and Lacoda Kiser took 6th. On the boys side, Pehton Truempler is now a 3 time State Champion while Wiley Phileo, Julian Cabello and Kellen Linnan took 4th and Ethan Tarango took 5th. Both basketball teams are headed to the State Tournament in Casper! The boys team beat Wyo. Indian in the quarterfinals, followed that with a win over St. Stephens in the semifinals, before falling in the Championship game to take 2nd place in the west. The girls took the long way around after losing in the quarterfinals to Kemmerer. They beat St. Stephens in an elimination game on Friday morning, and then came from behind to beat Big Piney in the Saturday morning elimination game, before losing to Kemmerer once again to take 4th in the west. This week's events follow: Monday, Feb 27: C day (periods 4-1) *Please note: the elementary PD day was canceled. PreK-6th grade students have school to make up the snow day Eligibility re-establish day. Those on last week's ineligible list will have until 3:40 pm to take a signed re-establish sheet to Mr. Mills. Tuesday, Feb 28: D day (periods 2-6) no events scheduled Wednesday, March 1: E day (periods 7-4) no events scheduled Thursday, March 2: F day (periods 5-2) HS basketball State Tournament @ Casper Boys play Tongue River at Noon, Girls play LFL at 6pm (bus load/leave time is TBA based on weather and road conditions) State Tournament ticket prices, brackets and game locations are on the WHSAA website here: http://www.whsaa.org/stateevents/basketball/1a2abasketball.asp Friday, March 3: HS basketball State Tournament @ Casper (game time TBA based on Thursday's result) Saturday, March 4: HS basketball State Tournament @ Casper (game time TBA based on Friday's result) Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
Reminder! Elementary DOES have school tomorrow to make up for last week's snow day. See you tomorrow!