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Paige Bowstring

Paige Bowstring , 3 days ago

All Hinono'etiit Students,
Please remember to check and finish your assignments for all your Special classes: Art, P.E. Library, and Arapaho Culture.
Mid-Terms are getting closer, please log in and do your best!
Hohou!

Jennifer Green

Jennifer Green , 3 days ago

Good evening,

I'm passing along a message for parents in Fremont, Sublette and Teton counties:

The Wyoming Children's Trust Fund is hosting a round of virtual parent cafes for Sublette, Fremont, and Teton County parents on January 22, 2021 (tomorrow!) with three options to attend at 9 a.m., noon, and 6 p.m.

Parent participants will receive a $15 gift card for participating.

Registration is encouraged but not required and can be completed through this link- https://forms.gle/KfS3tXpE1UEo1Gde8

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/8203955218?pwd=VFRUaC85MXZPcWhacy9pdWRVTndPdz09
Meeting ID: 820 395 5218
Passcode: Wyoming20

The parent cafe will cover the following:
What services are available for children and families in the community?

What are the barriers to accessing these services?

What services are missing and/or needed in the community?

What would you like to see in the community for children and families?

Katie Law

Katie Law , 3 days ago

Fremont County School District #38 is aware of the current changes in the orders from Dr. Ebbert. The FCSD#38 Board of Trustees will be meeting Monday, January 25th, at 6:00 PM to decide how our district will respond to the orders. Should we decide to move to a Tier II Schedule, we will have a start date posted Tuesday morning. Thank you for your continued patience.

Brenda E. McIntyre, RN

Brenda E. McIntyre, RN , 10 days ago

#MessagesFromTheSchoolNurse

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Yi2p73Lsv38oqLVoU3NsxQyWt_tIiJBT/view?usp=sharing

Tips on Celebrating Martin Luther King Day

If you are celebrating the holiday with people outside your household, make sure you follow steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are some activities that are safer to do.

*Drop off a meal to a neighbor.
*Make hygiene kits for local homeless shelters.
*Send care packages to deployed troops.
*Plan an outdoor activity with people who live with you, such as a park clean up or walk.
*Attend a virtual speech or event, such as the annual religious ceremony.
*Plan a celebration for the people you live with.
*Reach out virtually to family, friends, and neighbors.
*Watch a livestreamed celebration from your home.
*Take care of yourself and do something you enjoy, such as reading a book or taking a walk.
*Pick up a special meal from a local restaurant to share with your household or drop off to a neighbor.
*Share CDC prevention messages with your friends and family.

And not just for Martin Luther King Day, but for all holidays, you can use any of these ideas. Stay Safe

Jenae Hudson

Jenae Hudson , 11 days ago

Congrats to This week's zoom participants from Ms. Cox's class:
Lorraine Tillman
Quincy Miller
Trey'Dynn Lonebear
Your goody bag will be arriving tomorrow so be on the lookout!
Very proud of you for being prepared, showing up and doing your work! Keep up the good work and a big thank you to parents who are communicating with me and helping with your kiddos online learning, I appreciate you too!
Ms. Cox

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