In what one trustee described as the “shortest meeting ever,” the Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees approved the first reading of a slate of policy changes Aug. 14.
Teton County students looking for in-state tuition have long had to move to Laramie to pursue a four-year degree, but that may not be the case for much longer.
The Children’s Learning Center’s Rafter J greenhouse project started several years ago, sparked by a group of intrepid 4-year-olds wanted to know more about where their food came from. They had a sense beef didn’t live in its life in plastic-wrapped packages and that bananas didn’t come off the tree with a neat piece of plastic wrapped around the bunch and marked with a sticker.
High-achieving Wyoming students are set to receive more help from the University of Wyoming, though students overall will see higher costs.
Alta Elementary work begins
Minor construction has started at Alta Elementary School, and it may continue into the school year.
The small school needs more storage for items that are not used on a regular basis, Teton County School District No. 1 Information Coordinator Charlotte Reynolds said. The things in question are gym and athletic equipment and a stage that is used when the school puts on performances.
The area around Jackson Hole High School and Colter Elementary School is short a few trees after a strong wind event Tuesday afternoon.
The state is pledging support for a community college campus in Jackson Hole, but the project still has hoops to jump through in Cheyenne before it’s a sure thing.
The school district is once again asking the county to consider issues concerning the Munger Mountain Elementary School sewer line.
Teton County School District No. 1 will take in a lot more property tax revenue this year, but that doesn’t mean it will see a sizeable jump in its budget.
Teton County School District No. 1 will see both a bump in revenue and spending this fiscal year, according to the budget the school board approved.
The Teton (Idaho) School District 401 Board of Trustees decided to pump the brakes Monday night when faced with the decision to keep or change the Teton High School Redskins mascot.
Get ready: Teton County will host a powwow this fall with a little help from the town of Jackson and the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole.
After a marathon meeting that featured over four hours of public comment and nearly two hours of board discussion on a single issue — whether to change the Teton High School Redskins mascot — the Teton School District 401 Board of Trustees decided it wasn’t ready to make the final call.
Teton County School District No. 1 is distributing free meals for kids up to the age of 18 at Colter Elementary School and Teton County Library this summer.
Near the end of a panel discussion Wednesday night on the appropriateness of the use of “Redskins” as a mascot, Shoshone-Bannock tribal member Randy’L Teton laid out her feelings in no uncertain terms.
Central Wyoming College is moving ahead with plans to build its Jackson campus. But school officials hope it will be in a new location.
Due to anticipated levels of property tax revenue, the Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees is creating a capital construction account.
Reversing an April decision, school board trustees voted Thursday to increase a recreation district mill levy paid by Teton County property owners.
The Jackson Hole High School Restaurant Management Team represented the Cowboy State well at the National ProStart Invitational, coming in 12th in the country.
Alta elementary students made colorful posters this weekend with the messages “Save sixth grade” and “Keep traditions, don’t cut positions” on them. Students and their parents are gearing up for what’s likely to be an extended conversation tonight about the future offerings and staffing at t…