4-day in class format to begin on Monday for JHHS and JHMS

JACKSON, Wyo. — After a two-week spring break, Jackson Hole High School (JHHS) and Jackson Hole Middle School (JHMS) will shift into a four-day in-class learning schedule beginning this Monday, April 12.

Prior to this change, JHHS and JHMS students were broken down into two cohorts, A and B, with one cohort attending school on Monday and Wednesday and the other attending on Tuesday and Thursdays, while Fridays were fully remote.

However, following a 5-2 vote on Feb. 18, The Teton County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees agreed to transition JHMS and JHHS students to a Monday-Thursday in-class learning schedule. Meanwhile, Fridays will remain as a remote planning day for students and teachers.






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