The first graders are studying family stories in reading. They started working on their own realistic fiction family story by creating a character this week. This is one creative bunch!
8 days ago, Sara Kassens
Creating our characters.
Creating our characters.
Creating our characters.
Creating our characters.
Hello Wrangler Fans, The JH and Youth A teams picked up wins against Meeteetse last week, the HS wrestlers were tested at a 4A tournament in Green River and the HS basketball teams took the beautiful drive over the Big Horns where the varsity girls held on for a 1 point win on the road. This week features the High School basketball teams opening conference play at home before the JH and HS invade Cowley on Saturday. The wrestlers get to see how they match up against the East side of the state at Moorcroft. This week's events follow: Monday, Jan. 17: E day (periods 7-4) Youth boys basketball vs Lander 7th B/C teams at 4:30 and 5:30pm in the Main Gym Game workers: clock--Teresa DeWitt book--Aftann Kisling and Tami Marshall Concessions: Available Admin. on Duty: Chris Ormond Tuesday, Jan. 18: F day (periods 5-2) Winter Interim WyTOPP Testing 1st period and SWAG Youth boys basketball @ Worland at 4:15 and 5:15pm (the bus leaves at 2:15pm) Wednesday, Jan. 19: G day (periods 3-7) Winter Interim WyTOPP Testing 1st period and SWAG Thursday, Jan. 20: A day (periods 1-5) Winter Interim WyTOPP Testing 1st period and SWAG HS boys basketball JV vs Ft. Washakie at 5:30pm Game workers: clock--Teresa DeWitt book--Sally Michelena Concessions: Available Admin. on Duty: Andrea Gilbertson SRO: Cody Myers Friday, Jan. 21: **Elementary PD day: No school for PreK-6th grade students) HS Wrestling @ Moorcroft at 1pm (the bus leaves at 6:45am) JH A/B and Youth A @ Burlington at 2, 3, and 4pm (the bus leaves at 11am) HS basketball vs Greybull (will be live streamed on www.nfhsnetwork.com for free) **Time Changes: Varsity girls 3:30pm, JV boys 5pm, 2 quarters JV girls 6:30pm, Varsity boys 7pm Game workers: clock--Mistalyn Steffen book--Shawn Steffen Concessions: 7th Grade Admin. on Duty: Christina Mills Saturday, Jan. 22: HS wrestling @ Moorcroft (staying overnight from Friday) JH boys basketball @ Rocky at 10 and 11am (the bus leaves at 6:30am) HS basketball @ Rocky Mtn. **Current Schedule: both JV's at noon, varsity girls 1:30, varsity boys 3pm (the bus leaves at 8:15am) **Tentative: Varsity Girls at noon, JV boys at 1:30, 2 quarters JV girls 3pm, Varsity boys 3:30pm Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
8 days ago, Shoshoni Schools
Weekly Wrangler Update
The Board of Trustees will meet on Mon., Jan. 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room for their regularly scheduled meeting. Here is the link to access the Agenda in Board Docs. Have a great weekend! http://go.boarddocs.com/wy/fcsd24/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=C92QNC6A1ADF
10 days ago, Nicole Stone
10 days ago, Shoshoni Schools
Auction Items Posted. Ends January 24 at 2pm. https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/fremont24,wy/list/current?orgid=459930
Third grade has been learning about geometry concepts in math. Today they used tangrams & a tangram app on their computers to build shapes which met particular attributes.
10 days ago, Barb Engelbrecht
Students creating shapes in tangram app
students working with tangram app
SJH 7-8th and Youth B-Ball Itinerary for Saturday Jan. 15, 2022 at Ten Sleep: Players must be at the school at 7:00am. Bus departs at 7:15am. 7-8th A game at 10am, B Game at 11am and Youth A only at Noon. Bus will arrive back in Shoshoni around 3pm.
11 days ago, Marty Weber
Hello Wrangler Fans, I would like to extend a HUGE thank you to all the people who made the 2022 Wrangler Duals a success!! I had missed a couple of games on the Game Worker document; including this Friday for youth basketball. If you can run clock or keep the official book on Friday, please sign up. This week's events follow: Monday, Jan. 10: A day (periods 1-5) FFA meeting 6pm Tuesday, Jan. 11: B day (periods 6-3) no events Wednesday, Jan. 12: C day (periods 4-1) no events Thursday, Jan. 13: D day (periods 2-6) HS basketball JV @ Wyoming Indian at 4:30 and 6pm (the bus leaves at 2:30pm) **WIHS does require masking of spectators and the game will be streamed on the NFHS Network JH boys basketball vs Meeteetse at 4:30 and 5:30pm Game Workers: clock--Aftann Kisling book--Amy Mason/Tami Marshall Concessions: Available Admin. on Duty: Andrea Gilbertson Friday, Jan. 14: Youth boys basketball vs Cody at 3/4pm Game Workers: clock--available book--available Concessions: available Admin. on Duty: TBA HS basketball @ Big Horn (the girls leave at 8am, boys at 9am) 1/2 Girls JV game at 1pm, boys JV at 2pm, girls varsity at 3:30pm and boys varsity at 5pm HS wrestling @ Green River (the bus leaves at 6:30am) Saturday, Jan. 15: HS wrestling @ Green River (staying overnight from Friday) JH A/B and Youth A boys basketball @ Ten Sleep at 10/11am and Noon (the bus leaves at 7:15am) Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
14 days ago, Shoshoni Schools
Weekly Wrangler Update
I recently received an announcement from the Governor's office regarding the RIDE advisory group that will potentially have an impact on education in Wyoming in the near future. As a parent, community member, or concerned citizen you have the opportunity to help shape the future of education in Wyoming. Announced in May 2021, the Reimagining and Innovating the Delivery of Education (RIDE) Advisory Group is tasked to study and develop recommendations for elevating Wyoming’s primary and secondary education system into a position of national leadership. Its membership includes independent volunteers with an interest in Wyoming’s education system. Key to that effort is learning more about what families, communities and businesses expect from the state’s educational system.“We want to hear from everyone who cares about Wyoming’s K-12 education system – parents, students, educators and employers,” Governor Gordon said. “We want their opinions about what it is we’d like our schools to be able to deliver for our students. Community listening sessions are planned for late spring and summer across the state. Additional information on the RIDE Advisory Group, and a link to the survey can be found on the group’s website. https://bit.ly/3fchGW6
14 days ago, Bruce Thoren
We hope to see you at our Author's Showcase!
18 days ago, Aftann Kisling
We hope to see you there!
Hello Wrangler Fans, Welcome to 2022!!! I hope everyone had an enjoyable Christmas and New Year. We hit the ground running for the 2nd Semester. This week's events follow: Monday, Jan. 3: Staff PD Day, No School for PreK-12th grade students Tuesday, Jan. 4: E day (periods 7-4) 1st day of the 2nd Semester Wednesday, Jan. 5: F day (periods 5-2) no events Thursday, Jan. 6: G day (periods 3-7) HS basketball Boys JV @ Ten Sleep at 5pm (the bus leaves at 2pm) Friday, Jan. 7: HS basketball Quad @ Glenrock (Playing Pine Bluffs and Southeast) Girls leave at 5:30am, Boys leave at 6:30am HS wrestling Duals at 5pm (Tongue River and Big Piney) Game Workers: clock--I need 1 person book--Amber King Announcer: I need 1 person Concessions: Available Admin. on Duty: Ted Robinson Saturday, Jan. 8: HS wrestling Wrangler Duals at 10am Game Workers for 3 mats: clocks--Andy Wempen and I need 2 more books--Amber King and I need 2 more Announcer: I need 1 for each gym Concessions: Juniors Admin. on Duty: Ted Robinson HS basketball boys and girls JV @ Jackson at noon (the bus leaves at 7am) Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
21 days ago, Shoshoni Schools
Weekly Wrangler Update
Hello Wrangler Fans, The 2021 Wrangler Invitational Basketball Tournament was a HUGE success due to the hard work of all the people who helped. Mistalyn Steffen set up a now world famous hospitality room that was maintained by Katsie McConnaughey, Emily Jarvis and Chelsi Fike. I heard 1 bus driver say there is almost a fist fight in their district for who gets to bring the teams to this tournament!! Thank you to Fluid Pro for donating 40+ large bags of ice while we are waiting for the arrival of a new ice machine for the training room. Thank you to the following for doing clock and book for 34 basketball games over 2+ days: Teresa DeWitt, Charlie DeWitt, Sarah Jarvis, Sabrina Thoren, Mistalyn Steffen, Shawn Steffen, Amy Mason, Sally Michelena, Arie Michelena, Aftann Kisling, and Holly Thomas. Thank you to Bruce Thoren for setting up a hot spot when the school's internet went down so those at home could still watch the action. The HS sports teams take a break from competition to practice skills over the next few weeks. The next competitions will be January 6, 7 and 8 of 2022. This week's events follow: Monday, Dec. 20: C day (periods 4-1) FFA Meeting at 6pm in the AG classroom School Board Meeting at 5:30pm Tuesday, Dec. 21: D day ( periods 2-6) Secondary semester grades will be posted in InfiniteCampus by noon. HS Winter Sports Pictures after school Elementary Christmas Program at 6pm in the Main Gym Wednesday, Dec. 22: **Friday Schedule, 1:33pm release** Last day of the 1st Semester Dec. 23-Jan. 3--NO School for Students Staff PD day on Jan. 3 Have a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and GO WRANGLERS!!!
about 1 month ago, Shoshoni Schools
Weekly Wrangler Update
The internet is down at the school, so NFHS is not currently working. They are working on internet now. Sorry for the inconvenience.
about 1 month ago, Shoshoni Schools
The Board of Trustees Meeting will be held on Monday, December 20 at 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room. Below is the link to the agenda. Have a great weekend! http://go.boarddocs.com/wy/fcsd24/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=C2YRRY6B64E8
about 1 month ago, Nicole Stone
December 16, 2021 Dear Families, Shoshoni Schools has become aware of a troubling post that has been shared widely this week on the social media platform TikTok. The post refers to a threat to school safety “for every school in the USA, even elementary,” on Friday, December 17. The post appears to be part of a national TikTok trend and did not originate in our school district. We have heard reports from other districts that the same post is circulating in their schools. While we do not believe the threat to be credible, we are closely monitoring the situation and taking it seriously. The district has been in contact with the Shoshoni Police Department regarding the post. While we will not be in session on Friday, December 17th, we will be hosting the Wrangler Invite Basketball Tournament at the school. The Shoshoni Police Department will have officers on site at the school during the tournament as well as our SRO, Cody Myers. This situation serves as a good example of why it is important to avoid sharing posts online that refer to school safety threats. Even if they are not credible threats, they can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety for our students, families, and staff. We ask our families to monitor their children’s social media activity and speak with them about proper behavior online. If you or your child become aware of any potential threat posted to social media or anywhere else, please notify a school staff member or trusted adult right away. As always, thank you for your partnership as we work to ensure a safe, secure, and positive learning environment for our students. Sincerely, Bruce Thoren Superintendent
about 1 month ago, Shoshoni Schools
Yesterday our students had a wonderful opportunity! Thanks to the support of the Wyoming State Library, Author Casey Rislov came to our elementary school to read her latest book, Rowdy Randy! Casey did a great job interacting with the students, entertaining them with her story and also growing their interest in books and reading!
about 1 month ago, Shoshoni Schools
Casey Rislov reading Rowdy Randy
Casey Rislov reading Rowdy Randy
Casey Rislov reading Rowdy Randy
Casey Rislov reading Rowdy Randy
FCSD#24 has an opening for an Infant/Toddler Care Assistant. Experience in daycare center operations including a good knowledge of infant and child care techniques. Must have an understanding of daycare center facilities including knowledge of safe and appropriate activities for children, and policies and procedures to ensure that children are supervised and safe at all times. Applicants not currently certified through DFS will be required to complete additional on-line trainings within the first three months of employment. High School Diploma or equivalent required. Must be able to pass a state and federal background check. Early childhood experience preferred. Must be Infant and Child CPR Certified. 9-Month Position/Full Benefits Rate of Pay: $9.22 - $13.64/hour depending on experience Questions regarding the position can be directed to Amber Dye or Nicole Stone Human Resources at 876-2583. To apply online: https://www.applitrack.com/fremont24/onlineapp/
about 1 month ago, Shoshoni Schools
Hello Wrangler Fans, We only have a week and a half remaining in the 1st semester. High School winter sports are underway with the first tournaments in the books. This week features a home varsity basketball tournament with 11 schools playing 34 games in just over 2 days. Also, the Student Council is recognizing Wish Week to raise money for the Wyoming Make-A-Wish Foundation. There is a week-long coin drive competition between classes, 50/50 raffles during the tournament games and pay $1 to shoot free throws for a pop during half time of the tournament games. Dress up days and events are listed below: Monday, Dec. 13: F day (periods 5-2) Dress Up: Christmas Morning PJ's, Lunch Activity: Christmas Tree Cornhole with marshmallows 1st allowable practice for JH/Y boys basketball Eligibility Warning List: students with 2 D's and/or 1 F will be notified via school email and will have until Wednesday at 3:40pm to take a reestablish sheet to Mr. Mills Tuesday, Dec. 14: G day (periods 3-7) Dress Up: Santa's Helpers, Lunch Activity: Pin the nose on the snowman Buy a $1 Make-A-Wish Star in the morning for Hot Cocoa JH/Y football, volleyball, wrestling and girls' basketball sports banquet at 6pm at the SRD building Wednesday, Dec. 15: A day (periods 1-5) Dress Up: Red & Green Day, and as a bonus...carry your stuff in anything but a backpack, Lunch Activity: Shoot a free throw or 3 pointer for a prize Ineligible List is finalized at 3:40pm Thursday, Dec. 16: B day (periods 6-3) Dress Up: Favorite Christmas Movie Character or Blue & Gold, Lunch Activity: Balloon Pop Cookie Jar (full of cookies) Raffle: $5 per ticket or $20 for 5 tickets. Drawings at the tournament Thur.-Sat. HS basketball Wrangler Invite schedule of games: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1M1iv1ex5UFpj-KyHD0N7WMIRSrFPM8FopLIXjbAHnZo/edit?usp=sharing Shoshoni girls play at 4:30pm, boys at 6pm Friday, Dec. 17: **Staff PD Day, no school for PreK-12th grade students** HS basketball Wrangler Invite Shoshoni girls play at 11:30am, boys at 1pm Saturday, Dec. 18: HS basketball Wrangler Invite Shoshoni girls play at 11:30am and 5:30pm, boys at 1pm and 7pm HS basketball boys JV @ Wyoming Indian at 9 and 10:45am and 1:45pm (the bus leaves at 7am) HS wrestling @ Wright (the bus leaves at 5:15am) Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
about 1 month ago, Shoshoni Schools
Weekly Wrangler Update
The first and fourth graders went to the National Big Horn Sheep Center today as part of their study of wild animals. They had a fantastic time learning about big horn sheep and why Wyoming is so important in their survival as a species.
about 2 months ago, Sara Kassens
They kids learned about the Sheepeater Indians and how integral the bighorn sheep were to their survival.
Students got to hold bighorn sheep skulls and horns.
Bears, wolves, mountain lions, and coyotes are all predators of bighorn sheep.
Luckily bears aren't quite as quick to go after first graders.
Youth/JH Sports Banquet Tuesday, December 14th at 6pm at the SRD
about 2 months ago, Shoshoni Schools
Youth & JH Sports Banquet Tuesday, December 14th 6pm at SRD. Contact Aftann Kisling for more info 307-876-2563
Hello Wrangler Fans, The JH/Y wrestling and girls basketball seasons have wrapped up with great success at the conference tournaments!! A huge thank you to the coaches (Andy Wempen, J.J. Pingetzer, Rachel Rapp, Amy Mason and Aftann Kisling) for all the time and effort they have put into the development of the Wrangler student/athletes!! The HS wrestling and basketball seasons have their first competitions of the season this coming weekend. This week's events follow: Monday, Dec. 6: B day (periods 6-3) **Eligibility Reestablish Day** Student who were on last week's ineligible list have until 3:40pm to take a signed reestablish sheet to Mr. Mills. Any student who fails to get off the list will be ineligible to participate in athletic/activity contests until Wednesday, December 15. Tuesday, Dec. 7: C day (periods 4-1) Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day no events Wednesday, Dec. 8: D day (periods 2-6) no events Thursday, Dec. 9: E day (periods 7-4) HS basketball @ Bill Strannigan Tourney Girls Varsity v Sheridan Sophomores at Noon @ Lander High School (the bus leaves at 10am) Boys Varsity v Sheridan Sophomores at 1:30pm @ Lander High School (the bus leaves at 11am) Friday, Dec. 10: HS wrestling @ Powell Roundtable Tourney at 1pm (the bus leaves at 8:30am) HS basketball @ Bill Strannigan Tourney Girls Varsity v Cheyenne East Sophomores at 10am @ CWC (the bus leaves at 8:30am) Boys Varsity v Cheyenne East Sophomores at 11:30am @ CWC (the bus leaves at 9:30am) Saturday, Dec. 11: HS wrestling @ Powell Roundtable Tourney HS basketball @ Bill Strannigan Tourney Girls Varsity v Cheyenne Central Sophomores at 9am @ Riverton MS (no bus needed on Saturday) Boys Varsity v Cheyenne Central Sophomores at 10:30am @ Riverton MS (no bus needed on Saturday) **Please Note: JH/Y football, volleyball, wrestling and girls basketball recognition banquet will be on Tuesday, December 14 at 6pm at the SRD building. Coaches will communicate what parents need to bring, the school will purchase pizza** Have a great week and GO WRANGLERS!!!
about 2 months ago, Shoshoni Schools
Weekly Wrangler Update