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Wyoming Indian Elementary School

Located in the heart of the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming Indian Elementary School serves students from Pre-Kindergarten through 5th Grade. Wyoming Indian Elementary School, formerly known as Mill Creek School, opened in 1957. When the enrollment increased, a classroom addition was built in 1981.

New for school year 2005-06 is the Pre-K classroom. This classroom will take up to 30 students, who are 1 year away from attending Kindergarten, with 2 certified Early Childhood teachers and 1 teacher assistant. The classroom is located in the old administration building.

Enrollment at WIES ranges between 270-290, with most students being either Northern Arapaho or Eastern Shoshone, and class sizes ranging from 10 to 20 students. 

Wyoming Indian Elementary

Mission Statement

Wyoming Indian Elementary School is committed to providing each student with the foundation to remain culturally connected while achieving academic success as a valued member of society.

  • Provide the best possible education for students.
  • Integrate cultural oral language and activities into the academic day.
  • Keep parents/guardians informed in regards to their child’s education and school behavior.
  • Provide a positive learning environment.
    Ensure that students can come into a safe school environment.


Wyoming Indian Fremont County School District 14
Fremont County School District 14