School Accountability Results

All but two Teton County public schools are meeting or exceeding state accountability expectations, the Wyoming Department of Education found in the annual school performance report released last month.

The two schools to be ranked as partially meeting expectations, Colter Elementary School and Jackson Hole Middle School, barely missed the mark to be classified as meeting expectations — in the case of the middle school, on the cusp by a tenth of a point.

Contact Kylie Mohr at 732-7079, or @JHNGschools.

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John Sinson

This seems abysmally low for a wealthy mountain town. I have never even lived anywhere that anywhere students didn't exceed the state's very low standard. This will affect the kinds of families that move here. The district leadership should be removed. Look at the trend starting the the lower grades. Soon that high school will be low performing.

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