Meet Our Principals

Mr Miller with Family

Bo Miller has been working as an educator in TCSD for about 20 years where he began as a middle school English and History teacher. Before being an educator, he worked in a variety of business settings, including for his family's business and for a major U.S. corporation. He first moved into school administration as the Assistant Principal at Jackson Hole Middle School under jhis mentor, Jean Coldsmith, before later becoming the JHMS Prinipal. Two years ago he moved over to the elementary level at Colter Elementary. He is passionate about supporting a life-long curiosity among his students (and staff. . .and himself!) and believes that an exceptional education is one of the keys to opening up doors of opportunity in life. He envisions Colter Elementary as being a place where all students thrive academically, emotionally, socially and physically. 

Personally, Bo has lived in Jackson with his wife, Teresa, since the early 1990's. They have raised, and are still raising, three teenagers, ages 14, 18 and 19. Like many Jacksonites, the Millers enjoy the gorgeous setting our wild lands offer.



Carrie Varga has been a part of Teton County School District for the past 19 years. She began as a reading paraprofessional, where she eventually taught 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades throughout her career. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Education from Idaho State University and then obtained her Master's Degree of Education from the University of Connecticut. She later obtained an endorsement in English as a Second Language, and she also became a Nationally Board Certified Teacher in 2014 with an emphasis in the Language Arts. She is currently obtaining her Principal certification through the University of Wyoming. As a native of Jackson Hole, Carrie enjoys most outdoor activities, especially running. You will often see her out with her headlamp on before the school day begins. Carrie has two wonderful children, Finn and Fern, and a husband of 23 years, Dustin. She is passionate about the field of education and looks forward to a wonderful school year!

Teton County School District is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. This policy governs all matters concerning staff, students, educational programs and services, and individuals with whom the School District does business. The notice shall include a reference to the person and the address and telephone number of the staff member designated to coordinate civil rights compliance. For purposes of this School District, that person shall be the Superintendent or Title IX/504/Communications Coordinator at 307-733-2704 or PO Box 568, Jackson WY 83001

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