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School Safety

Fremont County School District #6 considers school safety of the utmost importance.  Our schools take part in multiple programs that instill the value and beliefs that help keep our student population safe.

Programs offered:

  • Our school educates students and staff on the ALICE method so that they are prepared in the event of an active shooter emergency.  
  • Wind River Middle School students are part of a group known as C3.
  • Wind River Schools are currently planning to introduce “Cowboy Ethics” into both Elementary and Secondary Schools.


Wind River High Schools offers a one semester “Law Enforcement” class that provides students with information about careers in law enforcement and gives them a taste of what it is like to be a law enforcement officer.  Student also participate in community service activities such as litter pick up and painting crosswalks.



Safe2Tell Wyoming 

Students can report anything that conerns or threatens them, their friends and/or family through a confidential website, Safe2Tell Wyoming.


SAFE2TELL Wyoming is for YOU to report any threatening behavior that affects you, your friends, your family, or your community. Speak up when a friend needs help! 

How to use the tip-line appropriately:

  • Safe2Tell WY is for students who need to report threats to themselves or others - in a way that keeps them SAFE
  • Safe2Tell WY is CONFIDENTIAL
  • Toll-Free number: 1-844-996-7233
  • Confidential web reports can be made by Clicking Here.
  • Safe2Tell Wyoming also has a FREE mobile app.  Download on the  Apple Store or Google Play
  • Safe2Tell WY is for serious reports only. It is NOT for pranks or hang-up calls.
    False reports and blatant misuse of the Safe2Tell WY resource will be investigated.

Students can use Safe2Tell Wyoming to report: bullying, stealing, threats, fights, drugs, alcohol, weapons, sexual misconduct, harassment, stalking, dating violence, cutting, suicidal behaviors or any other violent or dangerous situations that threaten their safety or the safety of others. It is for the purpose of prevention and intervention, to help keep students safe and healthy.

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Suicide Prevention Resources:

  • Veterans: If you are veteran, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1 (800) 273-8255 and press 1 to reach a counselor specially trained for veterans. Vets can also text 838255 for help with a suicidal crisis.
  • Crisis Text Line: Text WYO to 741741. The Crisis Text Line is a free, 24/7 support for those in any type of crisis who prefer to use texting.
  • The Trevor Lifeline (866) 488-7386 – a hotline for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or Questioning youth with a safe, accepting, and judgement-free place to talk over the phone.