On this page you'll find what you need to know regarding school registrations, forms, dates, and other requirements.
Upon enrollment, all new students MUST present (1) copy of birth certificate, passport, driver’s license or state ID card; and (2) immunization record. Please contact your school if you have questions regarding registration.
While you are registering, please check and update your contact information (primary phone number, address, and email) so we can quickly contact you in an urgent situation.
Fremont #1 Online Registration
All our schools offer an easy-to-use online registration process that allows households to complete new or returning student enrollment from any Internet connection, as well as to submit required paperwork forms electronically and to receive registration status updates.
To learn more about online registration, and to begin the process, visit our Online Registration page.
Parents with returning students will see a link to the online application in their Parent Portal.
The paper registration packet is no longer posted on our website. Paper packets will only be accepted with extenuating circumstances.
Some schools may have additional forms that are posted either on the Online Registration page or on their school website.
View all our activities and events on our Events Calendar.
View our official school days calendars on our Calendar page.
Parent Portal is a critical way for parents to stay connected with their child's education. Through Parent Portal, parents may view attendance, grades, assignments, fee and lunch balances, and more.
This year, parents may complete the enrollment and registration process entirely online, as well as apply for free & reduced meal benefits.
Please visit http://www.landerschools.org/ParentPortal to learn more and to start the process to get a Parent Portal account.
If you do not yet have a Parent Portal account, cannot remember your login information, or if your family is new to the district, call (307) 332-4711 or email Registration@landerschools.org for assistance. If you do not have Internet access, or need assistance with the application, you may visit a school or the District Administration office for computer access to complete the form.
Overview of Our Schools and Grades
Lander Valley High School: (307) 332-4433
School hours: 8:00am – 3:30pm (2:35pm dismissal on Wednesdays only)
Pathfinder High School: (307) 335-7050
School hours: 8:00am – 3:30pm (2:30pm dismissal on Wednesdays only)
Lander Middle School: (307) 332-4040
All students in grades 6-8 attend Lander MS
School hours: 8:00am – 3:20pm (2:30pm dismissal on Wednesdays only)
Baldwin Creek Elementary: (307) 332-6967
All students in grades 4-5 attend Baldwin Creek
School hours: 8:05am – 3:15pm (2:20pm dismissal time on Wednesdays only)
Gannett Peak Elementary: (307) 332-6690
All students in grades K-3 attend Gannett Peak
School hours: 8:00am – 3:05pm (1:00pm dismissal on Wednesdays only)
Jeffrey City School
Contact Sarah Heinrich at Gannett Peak Elementary (332-6690) regarding registration.
School Supply Lists
Lander Valley HS: Supply list for 9th-12th grades (PDF format)
Lander MS: Supply list for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades (PDF format)
Baldwin Creek: Supply list for 4th and 5th grades (PDF format)
Gannett Peak: Kindergarten supply list , Classic Kindergarten supply list , First grade supply list , Second grade supply list , Third grade supply list
- Jeffrey City School: Jeffrey City supply list (PDF)
Lights On! Afterschool programs
Programs for elementary and middle school students will be provided before school and after school, including early dismissals on Wednesdays for a small fee.
Visit www.landerlightson.org for more information.
Open House schedules
Parents and students are encouraged to come meet their teachers and tour their school!
Schedules and updates are posted on our District Events Calendar, available from the Links menu or the "My Fremont #1" menu.
There will be a regular bus stop at Lander Middle School in the bus loading zone at 7:30am, then onto the old North Elementary bus loading zone (along Jefferson Street). From there to the First Street bus stop which is across from the Courthouse. The bus then transfers all K-5 students from north of Main Street to Gannett Peak Elementary (GPE) and Baldwin Creek Elementary (BCE). This bus will return from GPE and BCE in the afternoon around 3:30pm. Please remember that these are unsupervised loading areas. The bus making this route will be Bus #21.
Shuttle buses from Lander Valley High School to the elementary schools will be provided for the rural route students. There will be two buses for GPE. Bus #19 (lion) will transfer grades 2-3. Bus #42 (sheep) will transfer K-1 students. The bus to BCE will be Bus #10 (monkey).
For more information or questions, please contact the Transportation Department at (307) 332-5954 or (307) 332-3798.
Website, Calendar, and Social Media
Our website is www.landerschools.org. We provide updated information about the district and our schools, as well as information, forms, and contact information for each department (such as transportation and food service). Contact information for teachers is also posted online.
Our Events Calendar is always current and contains all school events, activities, games, PIE meetings, and more. The Calendar is on the website main page or visit fremontcounty1.tandem.co.
You may also find information about the District online at www.facebook.com/LanderSchools and @LanderSchools on Twitter. You’ll find lots of posts from activities and clubs, and daily photos from schools!
Food Services Program
For meal prices and menus, visit the Food Services Department page.
Free and Reduced Meal applications is available online, as part of the Parent Portal application. A paper application may be requested from Denise Kinney, Food Service director, at (307) 335-0115 or DKinney@landerschools.org. Applications must be updated each school year. Approval may take up to 10 days. Please submit the applications as soon as possible. For more information, please contact Denise Kinney, Food Services Director at (307) 335-0115.
Parents who plan to teach their children at home during the school year are reminded that Wyoming statutes covering home schools require that a curriculum which is sequential and progressively organized in reading, writing, mathematics, civics, history, science, and literature must be submitted to the school superintendent. Home school registration forms are available on our website at http://www.landerschools.org/curriculum/home-schooling-information/ , or also upon request from the Office of the Superintendent at 863 Sweetwater, Lander WY.
Hathaway Scholarship Information
The State of Wyoming provides Hathaway Merit and Need Scholarships to students graduating from Wyoming high schools who meet certain criteria to attend the University of Wyoming or Wyoming community colleges. Each Wyoming student who successfully completes the Hathaway curriculum and who meets the merit requirements (ACT score and GPA) can earn a Hathaway Merit Scholarship. For more information, visit http://www.landerschools.org/curriculum/hathaway , or contact your school counselor for more information.
For emergencies or school closures due to inclement weather, the school district will use the Parent Portal system to send telephone and/or email messages to parents.
It is important for parents to notify the schools when there are changes in parent phone numbers, addresses, or email addresses.
Read our Urgent Communications page for more information.
In compliance with the Executive order 11246, Title II Education Amendments of 1976; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972; Title IX Regulation Implementing Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all other federal, state, school rules, laws, regulations and policies, Fremont County School District #1 shall not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, race, color, national origin, religion or disability in the educational programs or activities which it operates. It is the intent of FCSD #1 to comply with both the letter and the spirit of the law in making certain discrimination does not exist in its policies, regulations and operations. Grievance procedures, for Title IX and Section 504, have been established for students, their parents and employees who feel discrimination has been shown by the school district. Specific complaints of alleged discrimination under Title IX (sex), Section 504 (disability) and other related civil rights laws should be referred to the FCSD #1 Curriculum and Student Assessment Director. Complaints may also be filed with the office of Civil Rights, region VII, and U.S. Department of Education, Federal Building, Suite 310, 1244 Speer Blvd., Denver, CO 80204 (303-844-5695).