The Hole Scroll
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Teton County School District No. 1 unanimously voted Wednesday evening to require face masks for the next two weeks, following a verbal recommendation by Teton District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell.

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The Jackson Hole Community School is moving to at-home learning starting Monday, Interim Head of School Shannon Brooks Hamby announced Wednesday afternoon in an email to families.

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CHEYENNE — Discussion continues among state legislators about how best to bridge the gap in funding Wyoming’s K-12 education system.

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Just as bus No. 20 was arriving to Munger Mountain Elementary School on Friday morning around 8 a.m., the rear engine compartment burst into flames.

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Wyoming teachers and staff may see an annual cost-of-living adjustment as lawmakers recently advanced a $25 million hike that would start in 2022. But it’s unclear how far that might go toward bringing salaries in line with a national average that has outpaced the state in recent years.

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After a two-week peak of 45 positive student cases of COVID-19 in public school classrooms, and 5% of the student body missing class for quarantines, the district last Friday reported its lowest number of cases since the start of the school year.

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Small freshman classes the past two years, and a wait-and-see approach to attendance during the pandemic, have pushed enrollment at the University of Wyoming down 6.3% from the fall of 2019. The news, delivered to trustees earlier this month, likely spells fresh challenges for the university…

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Regardless of school officials’ decision on masking this year, students, parents and staff were likely to feel uneasy about a return to classrooms.

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At its last regular meeting before the 2021-22 school year starts, the Teton County school board doubled down on its commitments to a safe reopening but declined to mandate masks in schools.