Inside Out Exhibit Opening at the Jackson Hole Children's Museum
Friday, February 9, 3:30-5:30 pm
If your child has not already let you know....middle school scientists and artists have been working hard at putting together an exhibit for the Jackson Hole Children's Museum. The exhibit aims to teach children and museum-goers about the systems of the human body through art and scientific explanations. The exhibit was installed this past week by the 8th grade class. The Children's Museum is inviting all Journeys School middle school students and families to come celebrate the new exhibit on Friday, February 9th from 3:30-5:30 with an opening party. Light snacks and refreshments will be available. This will be an opportunity for students to showcase their learning and feel the significance of their work, so please mark your calendars! To be clear, this invite is for the exhibit opening, not for free exploration throughout the museum.

If Friday, February 9th does not work well for your family or you are excited to explore the entire museum, consider visiting the museum on Sunday, February 11th from 11:00-12:00 for a public exhibit opening. Student ambassadors will be present to welcome you to the exhibit and answer any questions.

5th/6th Grade Social!
Friday, February 9, 6:00-8:00 pm

5th/6th Grade Social!
Friday, February 9, 6:00-8:00 pm

The excitement is building for the  Winter Olympics themed social. Please encourage your 5th or 6th grader to attend and invite other 5th and 6th grade friends. There will be food, a DJ, and lots of fun! Attire is casual. Costumes are optional: Olympic athlete or spectator. Thank you for all the parents who have already offered to help. There are still open spots on the sign-up genius link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4badae2babfe3-5thand

Request for Contributions to Pot Luck Dinner
As many of you know, our 8th-grade students are hosting students and teachers from the Wind River Reservation from February 20th - February 22nd.  We are hosting a meal on Tuesday, February 20th. We are planning a potluck dinner and need as many families who are able, to bring a dish or beverage to share.  We are feeding a group of 60. We don't want to stifle your culinary creativity, but we are looking for simple dishes that are easy to prepare and to clean in large quantities.  Please click here to sign up at your earliest convenience. This is an amazing opportunity to contribute to this truly unique experience our students are creating with native students from the Wind River Reservation. Thank you in advance for your support of this effort. If you have questions or thoughts, please connect with Ethan.