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February 2011 Clear Search

  • Thursday February 17, 2011
  • Looking For a Sunny Spring Break Get-Away?

    A home-stay opportunity has become available in Spain through one of our generous auction donors, Thomas and Barbara Herting. See description of home and area below:
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  • A Wonderful Tuesday in the Tetons

    This is the story of one of the best Tuesdays of my life. Tuesdays are often great days, but this Tuesday was an extra-special Tuesday. The Tuesday I am writing of was the day that I, along with an excited group of eight graders and an instructor, saw a rainbow, the moon,
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  • Teaching in Winter

    With 350 inches of snow fallen, the Tetons are buried in the February depths of winter. That means here at the Kelly Campus, Graduate Students are buried in the depths of their teaching practica. We have divided into three teams, each in a different location,
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  • Teton Science Schools & University of Wyoming Receive Math & Science Partnership Grant

    We are thrilled to announce that the University of Wyoming and Teton Science Schools received a Math-Science Partnership grant that will be put into action this coming June, 2011! Through this partnership we will be working together to engage Wyoming teachers and their
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  • Journeys School Adds Pre-Kindergarten Through Fifth Grade Curriculum Coordinator

    This year, a curriculum coordinator position was created out of the desire to ensure that Journeys School offered students the best possible education. The responsibilities of the curriculum coordinator can be broken into three areas: Curriculum, Instruction and
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  • Mule Deer Research Nears Target Collar Number

    In December 2010, the Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools mule deer research team began efforts to capture and radio-collar 30 mule deer.In December 2010, the Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools mule deer research team
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