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Chief Howling Wind of the Cree Nation, as portrayed by Driggs Elementary School fifth grader Caden Green, is supported by other students Tuesday morning as Kara Donnelly’s class explored the question, “Who really discovered America?” After students heard cases from other explorers including Leif Ericsson, a Viking warrior, Prince Madoc of Wales and Christopher Columbus, Chief Howling Wind won the favor of his peers who thought his argument best answered the question. Citizen photo by Jeannette Boner

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Kearsley chosen as new school board member
April 15, 2014

With a letter of recommendation in hand from outgoing school board member Carol Dansie, school board members voted three-to-one Monday evening to appoint Ben Kearsley to the Teton School Board of Trustees representing Zone 3 in the south end. ...(more)

Students award 3K to local nonprofits
April 14, 2014

This Thursday, 26 Teton High School students will throw a small party for a handful of local nonprofits serving up pizza, pop and $3,000 in funds that will directly benefit the Teton Valley community. ...(more)

School board to eye 20M bond this summer
April 10, 2014

The Teton County School Board is considering a possible $20 million school bond that could construct new Driggs and Victor Elementary schools as well as upgrade the Tetonia Elementary School. ...(more)

Redskin question drops off agenda
April 09, 2014

Monday’s regular school meeting will not include a discussion about the Teton High School Redskins mascot said Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme this week. ...(more)

Harmonious pairing
April 09, 2014

Sometimes, when you’re not sure what you’re looking for, you find exactly what you want. ...(more)

Clothing, donations sought to help fire victims
April 08, 2014

Monday’s house fire in Victor left a local family homeless and stripped of all possessions save the clothes on their backs. To help them in their time of need, Jacki Cooke of Victor is organizing a clothing drive. ...(more)


TVHC Comm Health 2014