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TCSD #1 Celebrates a Successful Homecoming, Thanks Community for Support
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

Thank you Jackson Hole!

This year's Homecoming was a great example of a community celebrating success, expressing hope for the future and sharing in our support for students. We had a wonderful turnout at the football game on Homecoming night, made all the better by the perfect weather conditions for fall football. The bleachers at the game were full with no extra inches to spare. Sadly the score did not turn out in Broncs favor, but there was no shortage of enthusiasm.

All throughout the week, we boasted accomplishments in our individual schools and as a district. The Jackson Town Council and the Board of County Commissioners proclaimed last week as "Bronc Week". Sheriff Deputy vehicles, and other emergency vehicles also conveyed messages of support. The Teton County Education Foundation joined the fun by making available a little Bronc support with #1 Foam Fingers for the football game.

Communities and school districts throughout the country are closely intertwined, depending on one another for success. Our district and community are no exception. As a district, we have the responsibility to provide exceptional educational, social, and extracurricular activities but we can only be successful with community involvement and support.

Thank you for supporting TCSD and our efforts to grow students. The elected, volunteer Trustees strive to make decisions in the best interest of each student. We may not always agree on every action or decision. As humans, we err from time to time, but it is our goal to make decisions that help our students grow academically and emotionally into capable contributors equipped to solve problems and support one another.

We had an exceptional week celebrating the wonderful opportunities provided to our students each day. Our dedicated staff appreciate the positive support and input of our community. Homecoming was a wonderful example of what we can accomplish when we all work in consort.

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