The Education Foundation of Teton Valley has selected Monte Woolstenhulme as our 2020 Teton High School Distinguished Alumnus. Being Superintendent of a district is a challenging, sometimes thankless position which takes on a more distinct challenge when you have grown up in the town. Most o…
Once again, Dr. Martin Kokol, the 11th grade US history teacher at Teton High School, has earned a place at the Idaho Humanities Council Summer Teacher Institute, one facet of his quest to build bridges between different aspects of education.
Teton Valley Youth Alliance steps up with survey findings
Last week Mason Shaw, the Teton Valley Health community outreach coordinator, gave a short talk to each grade at Teton Middle School about making decisions that positively affect your future, including choosing not to vape.
The sixth and seventh graders of Teton Middle School were unusually captivated during a presentation in the gym last Wednesday morning. The students listened and laughed as children’s book author Ben Mikaelsen described the trials of his childhood, interspersed with remarkable photos of him …
Renee Leidorf and Sara McKeown White are in the business of helping the valley’s young people, Leidorf as the county juvenile probation officer and White as a counselor. They joined forces to found the Teton Valley Youth Alliance and have received a $24,000 grant that will help them work to …
Another class of Teton High seniors has had the opportunity to discover charitable giving through the Community Foundation of Teton Valley’s annual Youth Philanthropy program.
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- Board members question high school course, senior project
- Jake Kunz appointed as new school board member
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- Five vie for open school board seat
- Libraries hold Native American culture and history events
- New Driggs MakerSpace opens in November
- School district manages poor water quality report
- Boxes of books
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- Jensen steps down from school board to avoid conflict of interest
- Afterschool program en route to becoming new nonprofit
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There were 257 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between May 15 and May 21. Deputies performed 47 traffic stops and 40 security checks of local businesses. There were zero DUIs and one accident. Residents called in 61 controlled burns.
There were 232 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between April 24 and April 30. Deputies performed 22 traffic stops and 51 security checks of local businesses. Residents called in 50 controlled burns. There were zero DUIs and three accidents.
There were 206 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between April 17 and April 23. Deputies performed 14 traffic stops and 57 security checks of local businesses. Residents called in 42 controlled burns and eight loose or lost dogs. There were zero DUIs and …