High School Announcements
Coffee House TONIGHT!
Friday, January 30, 5:30-7:30 pm
Jackson Campus Education Center
Come share your music, dance, poetry, or stories in the Education Center on January 30, 2015 from 5:30-7:30. Students in grades 6-12, parents, and faculty from all schools are welcome to participate. Free snacks and beverages will be provided. If you have any questions please contact Carin at email@example.com.
Robotics Tournament in Montana
The high school robotics team is headed to Bozeman, MT this Thursday through Saturday to compete in the Montana Championship robotics tournament. Students have been preparing all year for this competition. If you see Ryan Levy, Alex Lang, Sohaib Nashit, Jack Van Holland, Caleb Kern, Jesse Morales, Sean Groenstein, or Forrest Bucholz wish them luck.
High School Winter Journey to Kelly
Wednesday-Friday, February 18-20
The High School winter journey is going to be taking place this year at the Kelly campus of Teton Science Schools from Wednesday, February 18th through Friday, February 20th. 11th/12th grade students will be working on their group 4 project, an independent science design project. 9th/10th grade students will be working on a humanities based project. Details and packing lists will be sent home soon. Questions or concerns can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Afternoon with Tracy Kidder, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award Winner!
Wednesday, February 25, 4:00 pm
Author Tracy Kidder is coming to speak to Teton County high school students on Wednesday, February 25, at 4 pm at Jackson Hole Community School. He will present at a community-wide event at the Center for the Arts later that evening. Kidder’s remarks will focus on his unforgettable New York Times bestseller, Strength in What Remains. He may also touch on Mountains Beyond Mountains, his biography of Paul Farmer, Partners In Health co-founder and global health activist. Partners In Health recently launched a program targeted at Ebola in Sierra Leone and Liberia. The Ebola outbreak in West Africa raises many points about structural poverty and broken public health systems throughout the world which are at the core of Kidder’s current concerns. His most recent book is entitled Good Prose. A limited number of Journeys high school students can attend this special event. Those who are interested should contact Drew Overholser as soon as possible. There are a number of complimentary copies of his latest book for those students who sign up early!