The Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees approved changes to a popular teacher benefit following a monthslong process.
Tonight is your chance to see four high school boys leave it all on the stage, including some pine needles, in the annual Mr. Christmas Tree pageant, which starts at 7 p.m. tonight at the Pink Garter Theatre.
When some Jackson Hole Middle School students powered on their tablets one day in October, they found a survey with a pointed, personal question.
In a discussion over teacher benefits at Thursday’s school board meeting, Michelle Rooks took issue with what she called an “urban myth.”
Teton County School District No. 1 will host state officials this week, but there won’t be much pomp when the School Facilities Committee holds two days of meetings in the district’s administration building.
Alexis Jagelski slipped through a willow patch, her fly-rod gently deflecting branches so she could step onto the cobbled shoreline of the Snake River. Gathered in a circle around a guide were four Jackson Hole Middle School students, there to learn the art of fly-fishing from the Jackson Ho…
The Teton County Planning Commission approved a Teton County School District No. 1 request to update how fees from developers are handled and, in the process, increase the amount the district receives.
Rather than agree to the school district’s request to reinterpret its easement and allow outside entities to use its sewer line, the Teton County Scenic Preserve Trust said, “Tell us more.”
School board members and teachers discussed various ways to make a district sick-day buyback program work better, but the discussion quickly led to broader issues about policy and compensation.
Buzz Splittgerber set the GMax tester on the penalty kick mark Sept. 5 on the south synthetic soccer field at Jackson Hole High School.
The 3:45 p.m. bell rang, signaling the end of the day, but none of the sixth-graders moved. They barely twitched, their rapt attention held by Sara Lashbrook’s harrowing story of evacuating kids from her kindergarten classroom Sept. 11, 2001, in New York City.
The results of the state’s standardized tests are in, and Teton County School District No. 1 students outpaced the state average in almost every category. Even as they celebrated a rosy overall picture, district administrators said the scores don’t tell the complete picture and are only one …
Reading is a personal act: Some people love the convenience of e-book readers like Kindles, while others insist on using paper copies so they can dog-ear the pages and scribble marginalia while they read.
On a slab of concrete in front of the flagpole — with a stellar view of the Tetons — lower school students at the Jackson Hole Classical Academy played in their first recess at their new campus Tuesday morning, the first day of school marking a new chapter in the Academy’s history.
The nonprofit One22 awarded 103 kids scholarships to attend 14 summer camps this year, helping send them to programs that focused on everything from outdoor recreation to math.
Lawyers for Teton County School District No. 1’s insurance company and a family suing the district sparred Wednesday over motions asking the district for information related to a collision in Casper in 2017 that left a man with severe injuries.
As automation and outsourcing create the need for higher levels of education in the workforce, Central Wyoming College has positioned itself at the vanguard of an ambitious statewide push to drastically increase the number of Wyomingites who boast some form of higher education. The college i…
Citing uncertainty and teacher worry, the Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees delayed a vote at its Aug. 14 meeting on the first reading of a proposed change to the district’s sick-day buyback policy.