Admin building after a snow storm Summit Innovations School in the snow students boarding school bus, Tetons in the background Recess fun at Moran Elementary Rainbow over the Wilson Elementary School playground 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

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RFID and Door Positioning Indicators Bid Information


Notice is hereby given that Teton County School District #1 - Jackson, Wyoming will receive Separate Sealed BIDS for the installation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Access Control and Door Positioning Indicators (DPI).

The Project will consist of furnishing of all necessary labor, equipment, services, and materials required for the RFID and DPI installation.

A mandatory pre-bid walk-through is scheduled at:

8:00 AM on February 22, 2019 at Jackson Hole High School.

Sealed bids must be received at the TCSD#1 District Office, 1235 Gregory Lane, no later than end of day

Thursday, March 7th, 2019.

Bid opening is scheduled for Friday, March 8, 2019 at 10:00AM in the TCSD#1 District Office Board Room. Sealed Bids will be opened and read aloud. Pre-bid questions may be emailed to Paul Rossolo, Responses will be shared with all known bidders.

The BID DOCUMENTS may be obtained by emailing Paul Rossolo, The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined and/or obtained at the following location: TCSD#1 Website: By providing a bid estimate for the above noted work the contractor is certifying that the work can be completed between the dates of June 18, 2019 to September 1, 2019.



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News & Announcements

TCSD#1 Students Participate in National Friendship Walk

On Wednesday, March 20th, approximately 30 members of Jackson Hole Middle School’s and Jackson Hole High School’s Best Buddies clubs will participate in the Best Buddies Friendship Walk on the Jackson Town Square from 2:00-2:30 p.m.


According to their website (, the Friendship Walk is the number one walk in the country raising awareness and funds to support inclusion for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).


JHHS Best Buddies staff sponsor Mark Pommer stated, “The TCSD Best Buddies program's intention is to empower the special abilities of people with intellectual disabilities by helping them form meaningful, integrated, and authentic friendships with their high school peers.”   


In commenting on the march, Mr. Pommer added, “The primary focus of the Friendship Walk is to spread awareness and news of our mission.  The funds raised help our local chapter put on/pay for events but also help support Best Buddies International as a foundation”.


TCSD Participates in Children’s Choice and Literature Project


Jackson, WY- March 15, 2019- Several TCSD elementary schools just completed participation in the national Children’s Choice and Literature Project.

The program, a collaboration between the Children’s Book Council and the International Literacy Association, was started in 1975 and is the only event where children from around the country vote to create a list of top books.  Partner schools are sent a large selection of books every other week. Students use a ballot to identify the books they liked, sort of liked or did not like. Votes are tallied by the project coordinators, with the 100 top vote getters being included on the Choices Book list ( as recommendations for other children.  

Students participate in the program between September and February, with the schools receiving approximately $45,000 worth of books for free.  




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