Virtual, in-person classes offered at Wyoming Indian Schools starting February 1st

    (Wind River Reservation, WY) – Fremont County School District #14 was part of a group of superintendents, health officials, and Tribal Councilmembers discussing the Tribal Stay-at-Home Order for schools today, January 21st. 

    Upon completion of the meeting this afternoon, the vote was taken to lift the Stay-at-Home Order for schools providing School Re-Entry plans were approved by the medical professionals, FCSD #14 Superintendent Michelle Hoffman shared. 

    During the January 13th Board of Trustees meeting, the FCSD #14 Board voted to open in a Tier 2 setting, when the Stay-at-Home Order was lifted, which means students who wish to remain virtual will be allowed to do so and those wishing to return will be able to in an A/B grouping.


    Below are a few details of the reopening plan provided by Hoffman:

    Students in the A group will come to school on Mondays, Wednesdays, and every other Friday. Students in the B group will come to school on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and every other Friday. 

    Each child will receive an individualized calendar of when they are to be in school during the week of January 25th. If you have questions please call your child’s school. A copy of the district’s Re-Entry plan (which was sent in August to all parents) will be sent out again during this upcoming week.

    In-person classes will resume on Monday, February 1st.


    For those students who remain virtual, grab-and-go lunches will be provided.

    Please remember that masks will be required, social distancing observed and all students and parents entering the buildings will need to be screened.

    ICYMI: St. Stephens shared their plan today as well. Click here to read our earlier post.


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