Photos needed!!
If your child participated in team or individual athletics, performing arts, or extra-curricular academics this year, we need an action shot! We would love to have everyone represented in our Achievement Celebration June 8th. Please email the photos to Khale Reno. More details about the event coming soon!


Health Education Happening After Spring Break
Shannon Nichols, from the Community Safety Network, will join Khale during normal PE class time to do a healthy relationships training on April 10 and 12. All middle school students will be involved in the trainings. Watch for more specifics after Spring Break.

Middle School Movie Night
Saturday, April 14, 5:00-8:00 pm
Jackson Campus Dining Lodge

Students in grades 6-8 are invited to attend movie night (organized and sponsored by Journeys School Parent Council) AND are encouraged to bring a friend! Burgers and fries will be served. More details to follow as the date nears.

Gratitude Abounds for 6-7th Grade Journeyers!
The 6-7th grade journey exploring the culture of Jackson Hole and Teton Valley could not have been possible without the help of numerous professionals:

Teton Orthopedics: Dr. Heidi Jost and her team set up many interactive stations for students to explore; thank you Dr. Jost, Dr. Williams, Dr. Khourey, Krista Novak CNP, and from the physical therapy department: Joe, Jane, Nikki, and Alex.

Katie Pierce: Thanks for joining us for Monday morning’s activities at Teton Orthopedics.

Joohee Muromcew: Thank you for your vision and for helping prepare a dinner with our students.

The Wildwood Room: Bill Boney provided a basecamp for all of our activities as well as delicious and nutritious meals.

Grand Teton Brewery: Rob Mullin provided a tour and the history of fermentation. He even provided samples of various sodas and root beer!

Sun Dog Café: Jenn and Dan Davis welcomed us into their restaurant and donated a hearty breakfast to fuel our day of activities.

Teton Valley Museum: Kay Fullmer and her team of volunteers opened the museum which has limited hours during the winter.

Idaho Search and Rescue: Cate Roscoe and her team of volunteers introduced us to the multiple facets of their work: helping keep our community safe.

The Brakeman: Patty and Joe Reed welcomed us into their restaurant and donated a scrumptious lunch before heading back to Jackson.

National Museum of Wildlife Art: Amy Goicoechea developed relevant and engaging activities to connect with our studies of art and to create artwork to represent our learning for the week.

Important Dates
Monday, March 26-Friday, April 6: Spring Break
Thursday, April 12: Parent Council Coffee, Dining Lodge, 8:15-9:30 am
Saturday, April 14: Middle School Movie Night, Dining Lodge, 5:00-8:00 pm
Tuesday-Friday, May 1-4: Grades 6-8 ERB exams
Friday, May 4: Journeys School Talent Show, Jackson Campus, 5:00-7:00 pm