US and WY Dept of Ed reps visit TCSD Students and families arrive for first day of school JES kinder enjoys a cookie at open house SIS greenhouse tomatoes Principal Poduska welcomes families on the first day of school Teachers participate in training preparing for first day of school Superintendent Chapman welcoming staff Students practicing opening their middle school lockers Teaching the ABCs in the kinder hallway

Welcome to TCSD #1

 

Important Information About the 2018-2019 School Year

If you have not yet registered your student, please do so as soon as possible to ensure we have current contact information babout your student on file.  To register a returning student please contact your school registrar. 

CREST No School Programming

CREST is a FREE program and open to ALL TCSD #1 students K-5th grade. The dates are Friday, October 26th, Friday, January 18th and Friday, February 15th. These three enrichment days help parents with childcare during teacher in-service days while offering students the unique opportunity to engage with dynamic professionals and local community partners and participate in project-based learning. You may register your K-5th grade student by completing the online registration form available here.  

Which elementary school will my child attend? 

Elementary school attendance is based on your place of residence.  School attendance areas are available here.  If you are new to the district or have moved since last school year, please review the attendance areas to ensure you enroll your child in the correct school.  To request an out of area school placement a formal request (available via this link) must be completed and submitted to the  superintendent’s office for consideration.  

School Supply Lists

To view your school/grade supply lists visit your child's school webpage by clicking on the schools tab above. The information is posted in under the "About Our School" on the left-hand side of the page.

Community-based after-school programs
Many local organizations provide after-school programs and service that are not affliated with TCSD.  As we become aware of these programs we post them on the Community After-school Programs and Services page under the Parent Drop Down menu above.    

ONE BOOK ONE COMMUNITY is a summer reading program for all upcoming 5th and 6th grade students.  

With a generous donation from Teton County Library Foundation, all students were provided with a copy of Towers Falling by author Jewell Parker Rhodes.  Students will read it over the summer and participate in 3 self-selected activities related to the book.

 Towers Falling      QR Code link to activity guide

The ONE BOOK ONE COMMUNITY Activity Guide is available here or by scanning the QR Code above.
ONE BOOK ONE COMMUNITY is sponsored by Teton County School District #1, Teton County Library and Library Foundation, Jackson Hole Writers, and KHOL (89.1) Radio.  

Want to listen to TCSD teacher, Libby Crews Wood read from the book? Tune in to KHOL every Sunday, at 12:30pm (July 8 - September 9) to listen to a 20 minute segement.  The segments are then posted to their website, www.891khol.org/onebook/

News & Announcements

Summit Innovations School Features Farm to Table at People’s Market

Summit Innovations School students will have a booth at the People’s Market to showcase their greenhouse harvest and to learn from local growers in our community.  Students in the new Sustainable Agriculture class will staff a booth during the September 5th, 12th and 19th markets.

 

 

Teton County School District #1 Announces ACT Results

Today the ACT results were released.  All 11th grade students in Wyoming take the ACT.  During the 2017-2018 school year 173 TCSD #1 juniors took this nation-wide assessment in it’s new, online format.  TCSD #1 is pleased with the results, which indicate that Jackson Hole High School (JHHS) students scored above State averages in all areas- English, Math, Reading, and Science, and the Composite.  The JHHS composite score, which is the average score of the combined sub-tests, was 22.3, while the State composite was 19.5. We are excited to announce one TCSD student scored a perfect 36 on the assessment.  

 

TCSD #1 MCER Study Moves Forward

During the Wyoming Schools Facilities Commission (SFC) meetings in Lusk, Wyoming this week, Teton County School District #1 was approved to participate in a Most Cost Effective Remedy Study (MCER) to address secondary capacity issues.

 

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