Twenty-nine new teachers will welcome students to the start of another school year with open arms. Some of their fresh faces come to Jackson from all around the country, while others have worked in the district for many years — and at least one walked the halls of Jackson Hole High School as a student. Their commonality? A desire to make a positive impact on children’s learning and on our community.

This annual introduction to the new employees in Teton County School District No. 1 gives students, parents and others the opportunity to learn about the educators’ backgrounds and what makes them tick. If you see the new teachers around the valley, wish them good luck.

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