**EDIT: There was a miscommunication on our end and the yearbooks will be $35 each! Secondary Yearbooks are on sale now!! Those students who are interested in purchasing a yearbook can do so by pre-ordering this spring so you can receive yours by next fall. All you need to do is call Mrs. Ladner for her to set it up for online payment or mail in a check for $35 attention Lesa-Yearbook to reserve yours today. Please include a phone # and an email so we can contact you in the fall. The deadline will be May 12th.
If you are signed up for school lunches and CANNOT pick it up one day, please notify Mrs. Wallingford as soon as possible. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call/Text: 307-921-8379 Thanks!
2020-2021 calendar pending State Board of Education approval
A Huge thank you to all of the Families that returned library books. There are three ways that you can return your library books. 1. Send it with the bus drivers, when picking up provided school lunch. 2. Send it with the bus drivers, when they are picking up School Work on Fridays. 3. Bring your library books to the school and put in the drop box outside the High School Entry way. Secondary students will be receiving an email, detailing which books they may have overdue. Elementary students will be notified by their teacher. Thank you so much for all of your help in this matter!!!!
Join StuCo in the earth day challenge!! Post your pictures in the comments on this Facebook post of you cleaning up anywhere out in nature on Earth Day this Wednesday, April 22! Make sure to wear your gloves!
The Fremont County School District #24 Board Meeting will be held on Monday, April 20, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be held virtually via Zoom and the link and information to access the meeting is located in the Board Agenda - use link below: http://go.boarddocs.com/wy/fcsd24/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BNGP2A627A00
Coaching Position Openings
Parents and Students...An announcement from the school library: As you are finishing your library books, please start returning them back to our school library. You can do this by giving them to your assigned bus when picking up and returning materials on Fridays! Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated by your school librarian! :)
Shoshoni Elementary Virtual Open House In light of school closure and to help the transition from traditional school to an online environment, Shoshoni Elementary is hosting an informational Virtual Open House to support families. The Virtual Open House will shed light on what parents and students can expect at each grade level as we move forward with educating our children virtually, and will include an opportunity for parent questions. Dates and times are below; please expect to get the meeting link from your child's teacher in Class Dojo, you may use your child's school-issued computer to join or a mobile device. We hope to "see" you there! See attachment for topics that may be covered.
Seeking Applicants for 20-21 School Year
Good morning Wrangler Fans, Shoshoni Schools is joining in with other Wyoming communities as well as other states in the “Be the Light” campaign. This Friday night, April 10, Shoshoni Schools will be turning on the stadium lights at 8:20 PM for 20 minutes to honor those affected by COVID-19. Take a drive by the stadium during that time and honk to show your support. Please remember to stay in your vehicle to adhere to social distancing protocol. Why the exact time? 20:20 for 20 minutes for the class of 2020. Please feel free to share photos with the hashtag #BeTheLightWY
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1d7-6LkYOV5boHPAxWkl2FxFT09ZKqkrs?usp=sharing Thank you to Robin Cogan for sharing this to push out to our Wrangler Students! Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book designed for elementary school-age children, free for anyone to read on-screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it. Published by Nosy Crow, and written by staff within the company, the book has had expert input: Professor Graham Medley of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine acted as a consultant, and the company also had advice from two headteachers and a child psychologist.
Please see the note regarding picking up meals!
Wrangler families, please take a minute to share this with your children!! Our elementary staff has put together some video messages while we are apart; we are missing our kids terribly! Give them an extra hug for us! We cannot wait to "see" them on our Google Meets this week. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bp6jcYkHj_Y9K_uESHvSbiBg773HuyAy/view?usp=sharing
Please see the attached virtual school update for Elementary and Secondary, and a letter from Mr. Thoren. Both of these items were mailed to each student this week.
A HUGE shout-out to all of our Wrangler families! You are doing a tremendous job supporting your children during this time away from school. We cannot possibly appreciate your partnership enough! We know these are difficult times for many families. Please continue to communicate and reach out to teachers and the administration as needs arise so we can best support your family; we are here for you!! #wearewranglers #wranglerfamily
Fremont County School District #24 Families: This afternoon the Governor extended the Statewide Public Health Orders through April 17th. The public health order https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/WYGOV/bulletins/2839933 means that our school buildings will remain closed. Last night at the Fremont CSD#24 Board meeting the Board took action to “Approve moving to an adaptive learning environment until such time as it is deemed safe by county health officials and state government officials for schools to reopen” As you are aware our administration, teachers, and staff have been working diligently to ensure the educational needs of our Wrangler students are being met. Yesterday, school districts across the state were notified that they will be required to submit an “Adaptive Learning Plan” to the Department of Education for approval. I am happy to say that our plan has already been approved due to the hard that our folks have already been doing. Starting on Monday, April 6th, students will be required to attend classes virtually and will begin a new chapter in educating our Wrangler students. I am extremely confident in our staff to meet these challenging educational opportunities as we move forward. They have already been working with students over the last week and one half, figuring things out and working out the bugs in delivering education through a new means. Our delivery system will be a process that continually evolves as our staff learns the nuances and ins and outs of our new way of educating students. I ask that you please communicate with them and show compassion as we work through this together. Our building principals and special education director have already placed plans and documentation on our school website. The “NEWS” section of our website will continue to be a location where you can find updated information on the adaptive learning plan. As always, safety is our primary concern. Thank you for your support as our district works to ensure the health and well being of our entire community. Please refer to the district website, shoshonischools.org for ongoing updates. Mr. Bruce Thoren Superintendent Fremont County School District #24
Name: Fremont County School District #24 Virtual Special Meeting - 5:30 p.m. Date: Thursday, March 26, 2020 URL: http://go.boarddocs.com/wy/fcsd24/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BMYNML609E59 Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/901920277 Meeting ID: 901 920 277
Congratulations to John Pierre for being one of the 212 students from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming who were selected as 2020 Daniels Scholars! The Daniels Scholarship Program is a competitive process (2,265 applications) and is a supplemental full-ride scholarship.