Loss of a Student
The loss of any student in our district is a devastating situation for all members of #onePlatte1. They are all someone's child, student, friend, and citizen, and we all share in the pain of this loss. Over the weekend, we had a student pass away and their time with us was way too short. This student made an impact on us all and we will miss them.
We have various resources available if you find yourself or one of your children needing support, comforting, and/or someone to listen to during this time, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We will have our counselors at Wheatland Middle School (2600 W. Mariposa) on Monday 6/28 until 2:30 pm and Tuesday 6/29 from 8-Noon. Below are some additional resources outside of those hours.
Grace for 2 Brothers (click for link)
24/7 CRISIS TEXT LINE -- If you are in crisis or need support, text WYO to 741741
Teens Helping Teens (click for link)
Do you need help working something out? Do you want to talk to someone who understands, like another teen? We're here to help! Call (310) 855-HOPE or (800) TLC-TEEN (nationwide toll-free) from 7pm to 11pm.
Text "TEEN" to 839863 between 7:00pm-10:00pm to speak with one of our teens
Or download the app to vent, share, and get support from a trained teen
If you are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States by calling 1-800-273-8255 or online chat
Help Starts Here
211 connects you with nonprofits and government services in your area-- For questions about services available in your community, please dial 2-1-1 or 1-888-425-7138 for a prompt response. This includes counseling and support services for Platte County.
1954 West Mariposa Parkway
Wheatland, WY 82201
Clinic hours: Monday–Friday, 8:00am–5:00pm ***Closed for lunch: 12:00pm–1:00pm***
Walk-in hours: You are welcome to walk in any time during our clinic hours and ask for help, or you may schedule an appointment in advance if you prefer.
Safe to Tell Wyoming (click for link)
If you believe that you or someone you are talking to may need immediate help, call 911 or other local emergency services for immediate assistance. Local emergency services are the fastest way to get help. Other resources or protocols listed above may be inappropriate during an emergency situation and should not be applied.