JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton County School District (TCSD) is experiencing a severe shortage of individuals to officiate middle school sports.
“We are at a point where if we don’t have officials we may have to cancel events,” said Athletic/Activities Director Michael Hansen.
TCSD is actively seeking anyone who can officiate sports in the valley.
“We are happy to train anyone how to officiate any activity. We can provide all equipment needed to officiate. We pay the federal mileage rate as well as $50 per game. Most games are about an hour long,” Hansen said.
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