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School board member Joe Larrow is dropping out of the race, narrowing the field to five candidates now vying for a seat on the Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees.

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For an educator the 21st-century back-to-school checklist looks something like this: Set up your classroom. Write your lesson plans. Train for how to survive an armed intruder.

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In a town where finding affordable child care is a challenge, school trustees have found a way to offer an opportunity to teachers: infant and toddler day care during the school year at just under market rate.

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Three candidates have filed for the Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees race so far.

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Teton County School District No. 1 sailed through another step in the process to address overcrowding with some sort of construction.

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Teton County School District No. 1 will see a nearly $2 million increase in its budget next year, including $1.1 million more from the state.

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Eighteen-year-old William Dennis carefully spread a layer of mayonnaise on his sandwich before adding a few slices of turkey and cheese. But wrestling his lunch into a Ziploc bag proved to be challenging. He couldn’t seem to make it fit.

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Numbers recently released in a U.S. Census Bureau report show that Wyoming spends more per pupil than its neighbors and most of the country, but that funding is spread more equitably.

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This year it’s not just the students who got a summer reading assignment. Teton County School District No. 1, the Teton County Library and the Jackson Hole Writers group are collaborating on a community reading project called One Book, One Community.

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Teton County commissioners are set to review a deed Tuesday morning that would transfer ownership of a Teton Village parcel from the county to Teton County School District No. 1.

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In an effort to increase collaboration and communication between the high schools in Teton County School District No. 1, Summit High School — soon to be Summit Innovations High School — is in the midst of growth and change.

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The Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees voted Wednesday afternoon to eliminate 11 bus stops. Three activity bus stops for Jackson Elementary School at the Center for the Arts, Snow King and St. John’s Medical Center were saved in a 4-1 vote.

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Perseverance over challenges and trauma was the theme of a C-V Ranch graduation ceremony Wednesday afternoon, when students Seth Taylor and Zachary Henderson received their high school diplomas to boisterous applause.

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Journeys School freshmen and sophomores have spent the spring studying Karns Meadows. Now, they want to present their findings to the community.