After violating state open meetings law, members of a Teton Valley, Idaho school board voted for a second time last Friday to censure a fellow board member, even as 32 people submitted comments objecting to the move.
In contrast to the Septembers of 2020 and 2021, Teton County School District No. 1 is reporting a normal start to the school year, clocking in with a 95.25% student attendance rate in the first two and a half weeks of school.
The Teton County, Idaho, school district will hold a special meeting today in Driggs to fix a state open meeting law violation that occurred when the board censured fellow member Kathleen Haar.
As voting nears for their $10 million request to taxpayers as one of 15 specific purpose excise tax items on this fall’s ballot, Central Wyoming College officials have released initial plans for a 21,000-square-foot building on its own Jackson campus.
Teton County School District No. 1 reported to state lawmakers that the district is growing faster than state growth models have predicted and that the district needs help keeping pace with unprecedented student numbers and aging infrastructure.
Lighting the flame in the spirit of intellectual freedom, the Teton County Library is honoring Banned Books Week with a newly designed library card available now while supplies last in both the Jackson and Alta Branch libraries.
CHEYENNE — While more than a third of Wyomingites who borrowed federal student loans would have their debt completely wiped out by President Joe Biden’s loan forgiveness plan, Republicans in the state remain critical of the initiative and are weighing alternatives.
Launched in 2020, Central Wyoming College’s Bridge to College and Success program is marking its third year with noted success. The program’s aim is to support Latino students making the high-school-to-college transition. This year, 10 Bridge students were accepted from an applicant pool of 16.
The Rendezvous Upper Elementary School in Driggs, Idaho, initiated a “soft lockdown” Friday after students and staff heard what they thought were gunshots fired near school property. It was Teton 401’s first week of school. Rendezvous Upper Elementary School is located in Driggs and holds gr…
In an effort to solve local teacher shortages, Teton County School District No. 1 applied for and was selected as one of three districts in the state to participate in a pilot program through the Wyoming Department of Education and Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board.
Only one incumbent is seeking reelection this fall when voters will be deciding who will fill three seats on the seven-member Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees.
As a federal government waiver that provided free school meals throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has expired, students attending Teton County School District No. 1 will be required to pay for school-provided meals this year or apply for the Free and Reduced Meals program.
Pay raises at Teton County, Idaho, schools are spurring questions from a board member and teachers, who were particularly critical of some administrative raises they called “excessive.”
After trouncing 80 of her classmates at a Spanish spelling bee on the last day of school, 11-year-old Phoebe Werner went on to represent Teton County on the national stage.
Teton County, Idaho, parents who filed a grievance with the Idaho Department of Education against former head wrestling coach Jeff Wilkes received notice July 5 that the state would investigate allegations that have included physical assault of students.
VICTOR, IDAHO — Victor parent Michelle Parsons had heard that something went down in Challis, Idaho, at the hotel where her son was staying with the Teton High School wrestling team for a two-day tournament in February.
Brian Schroeder, Wyoming’s newly appointed superintendent of public instruction, sent state legislators a nine-page manifesto on Wednesday explaining his vision for Wyoming schools.
For an elementary school gym teacher, field day is essentially a super bowl. But this year, field day at Wilson Elementary was extra special.
On their first night in Hueyotlipan, Tlaxcala, Mexico, 16 Jackson students were welcomed into an expansive dining room with a table so long it seemed to disappear into the horizon.
If you’re looking for a basketball coach to take over a Jackson Hole program, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone with more experience than Sean Shockley.
Gabriel Lopez has been with Teton County School District No. 1 for only three years, but he was recognized this month as the county’s teacher of the year. (Leer en español)
A cheesy video starring Jackson Hole Middle School students cruising on e-bikes through Garaman Park riled up classmates like it was a superhero movie.
The same day an 18-year-old gunman in Uvalde, Texas, entered an elementary school and murdered 19 children and two teachers, young students in Jackson were preparing for the same potential horror in Teton County.
Jimmy Chin is used to climbing some of the tallest peaks and addressing monumental crowds with confidence. But he was nervous to speak in front of his home town.
Sen. John Barrasso traveled to Teton County to deliver a graduation speech Friday for the Jackson Hole Classical Academy’s sole 2022 graduate.
There is no age limit for William Shakespeare. In fact his “Midsummer’s Night’s Dream” is well suited for young thespians; whether they can read or not, they certainly can appreciate midnight revelry amongst fairies in a magical wood.
Teton Science Schools was among the beneficiaries in the latest round of Wyoming Crossroads grants from Wyoming Humanities.
Sneaking in a trip between state championships and graduation, a crew of 16 Jackson Hole High School students flew Monday to Tlaxcala, Mexico, for the first part of what coordinator Jeff Brazil hopes will be a lasting cultural exchange.
Gillian Chapman, superintendent for Teton County School District No. 1, was named Wyoming’s Superintendent of the Year by the Wyoming Association of School Administrators in April.
The valley’s newest private school, Jackson Hole Classical Academy, only has one graduate this year, but she’s getting a senator’s farewell.
Twenty-four students graduated from Central Wyoming College’s Jackson campus on Saturday, proving their skills in fields beyond the school’s well-known nursing and culinary programs.
A high school car wash fundraiser to support a South African teacher’s salary earned $2,440 in cash on Friday, with more donations expected through an online Venmo link.
Members of the Rotary Club’s high school Interact program are planning a car wash this Friday to benefit a high school halfway across the world.