The COMPETITION has begun! Which grade level will stuff the SRD van with the most non-perishable food items?! Please see the attached flyer for donation ideas! Whichever grade level in both the elementary and secondary who collects the most items for the annual food drive to support the Wrangler Pack weekend food backpack program, will be awarded a ROOT BEER FLOAT CELEBRATION! Collection boxes are being placed in the hallways outside of grade levels at the elementary level and near the secondary library for the secondary level. Our awesome Student Council members will be collecting items from the boxes periodically as well as managing the running total for each grade level! This food drive will wrap up October 15th, following the Fall Harvest Festival. Please let us know if you have any questions! Thank you for your support! Donna Post, RN
Shoshoni School will be participating in the Great American Shake-Out on October 17th. Each year, hundreds of earthquakes occur in and around Wyoming. Taking steps now to prepare our school, your family and home will help mitigate the effects of moderate to severe earth shaking.
Dear Elementary Families, On November 5 from 5:30-7:00 we’ll be hosting a Family Math Feast to enjoy a Thanksgiving celebration and review what your child will learn in math this year and how you can support your child’s learning outside of the classroom with Eureka Math Parent Resources. Please RSVP for our Family Math Feast by October 8th. Please do so online here: https://forms.gle/ZH8Gtrfs3fm86snH7 . Or there will be a paper copy coming home with your child if you prefer! We look forward to seeing you at our Family Math Feast!
Hello Wrangler Fans, The JH/Y fall sports wrap up this week with conference championships. We need some workers on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday!! Remember that WRCAA championships charge admissions of $2 for students and $3 for adults. HS volleyball takes a break from conference play for a tournament, and HS football heads to Cowley for their 2nd conference game of the season. Remember that Homecoming is next week. This week's events follow: Monday, Sept. 30: Professional Development for Staff; No School for Students **Eligibility Reestablish** The reestablish list will run before 7:30am, ineligible students will have until Tuesday at 3:40pm to reestablish eligibility for this week HS JV football vs. Greybull at 5pm Game workers: clock--Teresa DeWitt chains--Shawnna Gibbel, Sabrina Thoren, Cory Sova Admin. on duty: Bruce Thoren Concessions: FFA Tuesday, Oct. 1: A day (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) HS JV volleyball @ Ft. Washakie at 4:30pm (the bus leaves at 2:30pm; JH and HS will take the same bus) JH volleyball @ Ft. Washakie at 4:30 and 5:30pm (the bus leaves at 2:30pm, this is the conference game; JH and HS will take the same bus) Youth volleyball vs. Ft. Washakie at 4:30 and 5:30pm in the Main Gym (this is the conference game) Game workers: clock-- Sally Michelena book--Brandi Rodriguez lines--Teresa DeWitt and I need 1 more Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson Concessions: Aftann Kisling Wednesday, Oct. 2: B day (6, 7, 1, 2, 3) Thursday, Oct. 3: C day (4, 5, 6, 7, 1) JH football WRCAA Championship vs. Ft. Washakie @ Riverton High School at 5:30pm (the bus leaves at 4:15pm) Please Note: Admission is $2 for students and $3 for adults Game workers: clock--Teresa DeWitt chains--Charlie DeWitt, Bo Kasper, Sarah Jarvis admissions--Alanna Reid, I need 1 more Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson Friday, Oct. 4: (1-7) HS volleyball @ Thermopolis Tournament at 1pm (the bus leaves at 12:25pm) HS football @ Rocky Mountain at 6pm (the bus leaves at 2pm) Saturday, Oct. 5: HS volleyball @ Thermopolis Tournament at 9am (the bus leaves at TBA) Youth volleyball WRCAA Tournament @ Shoshoni at 9am in the Aux. Gym Game workers: clock--I need 1 person book--I need 1 person lines--I need 2 people Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson and Bruce Thoren Admission Takers: I need 2 people Please Note: Admission is $2 for students and $3 for adults JH volleyball WRCAA Tournament @ Shoshoni at 9am in the Main Gym Game workers: clock--Alanna Reid book--Amy Mason lines--Christina Mills and I need 1 more Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson and Bruce Thoren Concessions: Student Council Have a great and GO WRANGLERS!!!
No school today... Staff PD day! Enjoy 💛💙💛💙
Elementary Lunch Menu 9/30/19-10/4/19
FFA T-Shirts & Hats for Sale! Orders due Monday!
Shoshoni technology students recently attended and competed in a software development conference hosted by the University of Wyoming called the WyoHackathon. Wyoming legislators have passed laws that give better legal clarity to businesses engaged in digital currency and the innovative technologies behind these new systems. As a result of friendly and practical law, innovative industry is coming to Wyoming. At the 2019 WyoHackathon event Shoshoni students showed they have what it takes to participate in a highly competitive industry such as blockchain and financial technology. In spite of competing against some of the top developers in the world Shoshoni came home with the following awards: John Pierre took first place in the GREEN Challenge Mercedes Daniels, Chase Brown, Hannah Ivie, Cammie Cornell, Trevan Fullmer took 3rd place in the D’CENT Biometric Wallet Video Contest Kiana Swann, Abby Ballard, Cammie Cornell, Hanna Ivie, James Langlois, Trevan Fullmer took 3rd place in the GREEN Challenge Tony Olson and Jesse Smith took 4th place in the “Best for Wyoming” Challenge Sara Jarvis and Coulter Neale were extremely helpful and contributed greatly to our student success at this event. Check out our Twitter account for some more videos and pictures https://twitter.com/SchoolsShoshoni https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8Kn0YZfXJo http://wyohackathon.io/ https://caitlin-long.com/2019/09/23/wyohackathon-2019-takeaways-kids-rule-hardware-wallets-fly-and-wyoming-wins/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
Good evening Wrangler Fans, A HUGE thank you to those who came to support the athletic teams at their home contests last week!! We have home JH football and volleyball on Monday and the concession stand is available for a group that needs to raise money. The RJFL has finally scheduled some games with our Youth FB team. They will play on Monday and Wednesday at 6pm, and then again on Monday, Oct. 7th. Eligibility runs on Wednesday. Staff: please have your IC grade book updated, and Students: please ensure your grades are correct. This week's events follow: Monday, Sept. 23 is a D day, periods 2-6: FFA School-Wide Read from 3:15-3:33pm JH football vs. Arapahoe at 4:30pm Game workers: clock--Teresa DeWitt chains--Cory Sova, Shawnna Gibbel, Heather Goss Concessions: Available Admin. on duty: C. Mills Youth football vs. RJFL 49ers at 6pm JH volleyball vs. Arapahoe at 4:30 and 5:30pm Game workers: clock--Alanna Reid book--Amy Mason lines--Jeff Ballou, Sabrina Thoren Concessions: Available Admin on duty:B. Thoren Y volleyball @ Trinity Lutheran at 4pm (1 game only and the bus leaves at 2pm) Tuesday, Sept. 24 is an E day, periods 7-4: Y volleyball @ Ft. Washakie at 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30pm (the bus leaves at 1:45pm) JH volleyball @ Thermopolis at 4 and 5pm (the suburban leaves at 2:45pm) Wednesday, Sept. 25 is an F day, periods 5-2: **Eligibility Check** Grades will be run from Infinite Campus before 7:30am and ineligible students will be notified via email Youth football vs. RJFL Panthers at 6pm Thursday, Sept. 26 is a G day, periods 3-7: JH football @ Wind River at 4:30pm (the bus leaves at 2:30pm) JH volleyball @ Dubois at 4 and 5pm (this is the conference game, suburban leaves at 2pm) Y volleyball @ Wyo. Indian at 3:30 and 4:30 and 5:30pm (this is the conference game, the bus leaves at 2:30pm) Friday, Sept. 27: HS volleyball @ Wind River at 4:30 and 5:30pm (the bus leaves at 2:30pm) HS football vs. Cokeville at 4pm Game workers: clock--Benji Fullmer announcer--Marty Weber chains--Shawnna Gibbel, Heather Goss, Cory Sova Concessions: 7th Grade Admin on duty: A. Gilbertson Saturday, Sept. 28: HS volleyball @ Greybull at noon and 1pm (the bus leaves at 8:30am) **Reminder: Monday, September 30 is a Staff PD Day, no school for students. Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
Flu Shot Clinic
Congratulations to our first 100 Step readers!! We are so proud of you! Our 100 step target date is Weds Oct. 2nd. Keep up the great work, Wrangler Readers!!
Elementary Weekly Menu for 9/23-9/27
Area 51 Day Friday for Elementary and Secondary!
7th Annual Harvest Festival We need the community to participate in our Chili Cook-Off and help with Cupcake/Cookie donations, please! If you have any questions, let us know.
Time in Preschool is always good for the soul!! We are so fortunate to have our Early Learning Center as an offering to the families and staff in our district. Our program is a model program for our state... from our partnerships with CDS, DFS, and CWC, to our outstanding programming and staff!! Our Early Childhood Education CTE pathway in our High School allows students have the opportunity to earn college credits in Early Childhood Education and earn internship hours in our Early Learning Center towards a CDA (Child Development Associate credential), including incredible mentorship and guidance from Mrs. Christensen. There is a lot to love about our Little Wranglers Early Learning Center!
Good morning Wrangler Fans, We have a great week of athletics prepared for you. Everyone has the opportunity to support every level of fall sports at a home game!! For any group that is looking to raise money, the concession stand has not been spoken for on Monday when the Youth and JH volleyball teams have home games against Wyo. Indian and on Saturday for JH volleyball vs. Wind River and HS JV football vs. Lander. This week's events follow: Monday, Sept. 16: **Eligibility Reestablish Day** Students on the ineligible list last Wednesday will have until 3:40pm to reestablish their eligibility for athletics/activities Youth volleyball vs. Wyo. Indian at 4:30 and 5:30pm in the Aux Gym Game workers: clock--Sally Michelena book-- Shawnna Gibbel lines--Teresa DeWitt, Alanna Reid Concessions: Available Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson, Max Mills JH volleyball vs. Wyo. Indian at 4:30 and 5:30pm in the Main Gym Game workers: clock--I need someone book--Amy Mason lines--Jeff Ballou, Sabrina Thoren Concessions: Available Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson, Max Mills Tuesday, Sept. 17: JH volleyball @ Trinity Lutheran at 4pm (the bus leaves at 3pm) JH football @ Riverton at 4:30pm (the bus leaves at 3:15pm) Wednesday, Sept. 18: Fall Sports pictures after school. Athletes remember to bring your uniforms Thursday, Sept. 19: JH volleyball @ St. Stephens at 4pm (this is the conference game, they only have enough players for 1 game, and the bus leaves at 2:45pm) Youth volleyball vs. St. Stephens at 4:30pm (this is the conference game and they only have enough players for 1 game) Game workers: clock--Sally Michelena book--Brandi Rodriguez lines--Jeff Ballou, Sabrina Thoren Concessions: 8th Grade Admin. on duty: Christina Mills JH football vs. Wyo. Indian at 3:30pm Game workers: clock--I need someone chains-- Heather Goss and I need 2 more Concessions: 8th Grade Admin. on duty: Andrea Gilbertson HS football vs. Riverton JV at 6pm Game workers: clock--Benji Fullmer announcer--Marty Weber chains-- I need 3 people National Anthem: I need someone Concessions: 8th grade Admin. on duty: Andrea Gilbertson Friday, Sept. 20: HS volleyball vs. Wyo. Indian at 4 and 5pm Game workers: clock--Cory Sova book--I need someone lines-- Jeff Ballou and Alanna Reid National Anthem: I need someone Concessions: 7th Grade Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson Saturday, Sept. 21: Youth volleyball @ Wind River at 9 and 10am (this is the conference game, and the bus leaves at 7:45am) JH volleyball vs. Wind River at 9 and 10am in the Main Gym (this is the conference game) Game workers: clock--Cory Sova book--I need someone lines--I need 2 people Concessions: Available Admin. on duty: Ted Robinson HS volleyball @ Kemmerer at noon and 1pm (the bus leaves at 7:15am) HS football JV vs. Lander at 11:30am Game workers: clock--I need someone chains--Shawnna Gibbel and I need 2 more Concessions: Available Admin. on duty: Christina Mills Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
Ms. Reid and Mrs. Fullmer took a few students to the University of Wyoming’s Campus Pass. Student were able to meet with various colleges, faculty, staff and students. Then to top it all of we enjoyed a UWyo win! 21-16 over Idaho. Go Pokes!
Regular Board Meeting Monday, September 16, 2019 5:30 PM Agenda: https://go.boarddocs.com/wy/fcsd24/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BE6SEQ68E206
Elementary Lunch Menu for 9/16-20/19 and Wrangler Pack Sign Up Sheet
Pre-K catching bugs this morning 🕷