Teton Valley, Idaho’s school district Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme will depart on July 1, 2023, with one year remaining on his contract. The announcement was kept quiet until Monday, with only Teton School District 401 Board Chair Shannon Brooks Hamby being made aware of his decision last week.

Woolstenhulme submitted a formal letter of resignation Tuesday, one day after a press release was issued announcing his departure. The Teton County, Idaho, school board will take a formal vote on Monday, Oct. 10, to accept his resignation, Brooks Hamby said. The resignation was not prompted by the board, Brooks Hamby said Monday.

Contact Jeannette at schools@jhnewsandguide.com.

Jeannette has worked as an editor and journalist in the Greater Yellowstone Region for more than 20 years. She finds excitement and joy in watching her children explore wild places with her husband, Brad, and their red heeler, Rosie.

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