TETON VALLEY, IDA \u2013 By an overwhelming margin, Teton School District 401 will get money for two new schools and renovation to existing buildings. The school bond measures passed easily, yesterday.\r\n\r\nWith a two-thirds majority needed for passage, both the $30 million bond (79%) and the $7.2 million bond (77%) were approved by voters in Teton County, Idaho.\r\n\r\n\u201cThat is awesome,\u201d superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme wrote in a district-wide email after the election results were in.\r\n\r\nTurnout for an off-year was strong. Slightly more than half of registered voters made it to the polls on Election Day.\r\n\r\nA representative from the district stated: \u201cWe are grateful for the support from the community for our public schools. We appreciate the hard work by so many volunteers that helped to inform people about the bond. As we move forward there will be a lot more work to do, and we will continue to ask for participation by staff, parents and community members as we build new schools and facilities that will serve our area for many generations. Thank you!\u201d\r\n\r\nConstruction on two new elementary schools is expected to begin next spring.