Teton Science Schools

Educating for a Vibrant World

  • Monday April 4, 2016
  • Envisioning an Equitable, Diverse, and Inclusive Teton Science Schools

    Why are diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) important for Teton Science Schools? What does an equitable, diverse, and inclusive TSS look like?
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  • Monday March 21, 2016
  • "We've Found That We're Not Alone"

    When mom or dad has just come back from a deployment, it can be hard to get back to “normal life.” Teton Science Schools is proud to partner with the National Military Family Association to serve military families.
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  • Monday March 7, 2016
  • Of Dinosaurs and Raptors: TSS AmeriCorps Service in Jackson

    Through the Teton Science School AmeriCorps Program, members have the option of serving either with TSS Field Education or with another partner organization in the greater Jackson community. This winter, members are serving with three organizations in addition to TSS: Teton County Parks and Recreation, the Teton Raptor Center, and the Teton Literacy Center.
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  • Friday March 4, 2016
  • A Grizzly Decision

    The first time I saw a grizzly in the wild was in 1999 while leading an Outward Bound expedition in the Beartooth Mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park (YNP). Seeing a grizzly in the wild on foot brings with it adrenaline and fear, but also an inexplicable wonder and affinity.
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  • Sunday February 28, 2016
  • Connecting to Place in Central America

    The phrase “connection to place” is in every lesson plan and weekly schedule that Teton Science Schools field instructors have ever read or written. We are tasked with instilling that concept in our students through observation and scientific investigations, through leadership initiatives and journal reflections.
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  • Monday February 22, 2016
  • Winter on the Moon

    Tucked in a remote part of Idaho, between the Lost River Range and the Snake River Valley, there’s a slice of public land few people have heard of: Craters of the Moon National Monument. The monument was formed by the same hotspot responsible for the geothermal features in Yellowstone National Park.
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