Journeys School Young Alumni Panel
Friday, January 6, 11:00am-12:00 pm
Journeys School High School, South Classroom

All Journeys School parents are invited to attend the Young Alumni Panel which will connect current Journeys High School students with our outstanding recent graduates from the Class of 2016. The panelists will share anecdotes from their freshman year university experiences, provide advice and insight on the college process and the transition to college and answer any questions from the student or parent body. The session will be facilitated by Matt Koehler. Please RSVP to Matt at or 734-9844.

Mad Dog Society: Annual Alumni Lunch
Friday, January 6, 12:00-1:00 pm
Jackson Campus Dining Lodge

Journey School alumni from the Classes of 2003 - 2016 will return to the Jackson Campus Friday, January 6 to catch up on life over a delicious lunch. These Mad Dog Society members are eager to keep track of their classmates, participate in key conversations related to the future direction of the school as well as benefit from personal and professional networking opportunities.

Community Education from Parent Council
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 from 5:30-6:30pm
Jackson Campus North Ed. Center

Jacob Richins and Matt Stech from the Teton County Office of the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming will facilitate a discussion for middle and high school students and parents about local adolescent concerns including substance use, suicide prevention, resources, and trends. This will be a balanced program of information/statistics, questions, and discussion. Thank you to Parents Council's Community Education Committee for putting this discussion/talk/event together!

Secret Santas
Last week during advisory, Secret Santas were chosen and gives have been given throughout the week. This is a high school winter time tradition where each student randomly draws another student’s name and gives them a gift while remaining anonymous. High school faculty also participate with everyone having fun playing the role of ‘Secret Santa.’