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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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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.

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Spring concerts are a time for young musicians to strut their stuff before the school year comes to a close.

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Rainy spring weekends are the perfect time to get resourceful inside. Enter the Jackson Hole Mini Maker Faire on May 19.

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Every year, 1.5 million students take the PSAT. Only 7,500 are named a National Merit Scholarship winner — with two of them from Jackson Hole in 2018.

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Not everyone is on board with a Teton County School District No. 1 staffing plan presented Thursday, despite Superintendent Gillian Chapman’s reassurances.

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Teton County School District No. 1 will likely eliminate more bus stops within the “walk radius” of Jackson and Colter elementary schools next year.

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It’s spring, which means it’s time for the Teton County Education Foundation annual flower and plant sale.

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When students at Munger Mountain Elementary School walk through the doors of their school, they’ll see a real-time monitor that shows them how much energy on-site solar panels are generating in comparison with their energy use.

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The Mercill Early Childhood Learning Center began serving the community in January. But now, with the sun shining, the building is ready for its grand opening.

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Wyoming schools in Park County School District No. 6 in Cody and Uinta School District No. 1 in Evanston will allow teachers to carry guns next year, but Teton County schools are going a different way.

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Jackson Hole High School’s culinary team gets up with the sun to practice at 5:30 a.m. three mornings a week.

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Feeling anxious? A film screening Tuesday will bring awareness to anxiety and provide tools and resources to combat it.