Teton Science Schools

Educating for a Vibrant World

  • Thursday February 16, 2012
  • The View From Above

    Clandestine surveillance…prospecting for gold…monitoring natural disasters. These are only a few of the ways the rapidly evolving field of remote sensing is used
  • Who Needs The Lamar Valley When You Have Jackson Hole

    Remember when watching wolves and bears required a trip to the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone. While the Lamar Valley is still the best place to reliably see wolves and bears, Jackson Hole has come into its own for wildlife observation.
  • Thursday January 19, 2012
  • Happenings on the Kelly Campus

    Faculty and Staff were delighted to host three Catholic Middle Schools from Casper, Sheridan and Cheyenne. The school groups were treated to sunny skies and plenty of wildlife viewings.
  • Service Project with Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation

    Each season it is the duty of the AmeriCorps interns to work on a service project either individually or as a group with an organization outside of the Teton Science Schools. During the fall l worked with the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation and Jackson Hole Nature Mapping
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  • Parallels of Gross National Happiness and Place-Based Education

    During their time here at the Teacher Learning Center, the Bhutanese teacher delegation reflected that there are many similarities between place-based education and Bhutan's recent focus on Education for Gross National Happiness.
  • Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club Supports Mule Deer Research

    In 2010, the Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools received funding from the Wyoming Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration


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