The Jackson Hole Community Foundation awarded The Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill Youth Philanthropy Scholarship to senior Marisol Hernandez. She was awarded $1,500 for college tuition and $500 to be donated to the non-profit organization of her choice. Congratulations Marisol!!
Graduation will be held at the Center for the Arts on May 29th from 7-9PM. Everyone is welcome!
The year end BBQ will once again be held at the school from 5:50-7:30PM. By now you should have received and invitation from Karen through Signup Genius to help out with the food for this fantastic event. Hope to see you then.
Former students, Victor Hernandez, class of 2013, and Randy Elledge, class of 2012 are running mates for student government at the University of Wyoming. Please check out this article. http://www.uwbrandingiron.com/2015/04/14/asuw-candidates-debate/
The Unique Experience Auction is now the Spring Fever Gala. We hope you can join us Saturday March 21, 2015 at Hotel Terra from 6-10 pm. This is the school's largest fundraising event and we couldn't do it without you. Proceeds from the Spring Fever Gala directly benefit student instruction and financial aid at the Community School. Tickets for the event and raffle tickets are available at jhcommunityschool.ejoinme.org/tickets
Research Night for 9th and 10th grade students will take place on Thursday, May 14, beginning at 5PM. Ninth graders have been reserching national or global issues of ther choice. The 10th graders are researching an empire or revolution of their choosing. Please join us at the school for some outstandin work.
Jackson Whole Grocer will donate 5% of sales from March 3rd to the Community School. We will have the jazz band playing there 12:30 - 2:30 and student ambassadors will be present. Come support Jackson Whole Grocer and Jackson Hole Community School!
Congratulations to Emilie Johnson for making All State Music for a 4th time! She will compete in Sheridan this weekend. We wish her luck!!
Happy New Year!! Check out the About Us page for our updated school mission and philiospophy statements.
Wyoming native and founder of Yellowberry, Megan Grassell, 19, named one of TIME magaazine’s most influential teens in 2014. She joins an impressive list including: Mo’ne Davis, 13, Sasha Obama, 13, Malia Obama, 16, Chloë Grace Moretz, 17, and Malala Yousafzai, 17.
Here is the schedule for College visits in September and October. See David Heinemann if you have any questions.
-Colorado College - September 12 - 1:15pm
-University of Puget Sound - September 29 - 12:35pm
-Lehigh University - October 6 - 12:35pm
-Middlebury College - October 9 - 9:00am
-Villanova University - October 10 - 12:35pm
-Montana State University - October 14 - 12:15pm
-University of Southern California - October 24
-Fort Lewis College - October 20 - 10:00am
-Quest University - October 30 - 11:00am
-Washington College - October 30 - 12:35pm
The daily schedule and classroom assignments are now available on our webpage under the academics tab. There is also a link to the pdf file for printing.
The most up-to-date version of the Parent/Student Handbook is available for download under the Academics tab. Note the new college leave absence policy. Minimester has been moved to later in the year. Seniors will now have a class trip/outing, rather than participating in Minimester. Several minor changes to the weekly schedule maximize class time. Finally, all-school cleaning duties will no longer be a scheduled weekly event. For the most current information, please reference the upcoming Events, Calendar, and Announcements. See you soon!
Keeping in line with our guiding principle of environmental consciousness, we will no longer be printing and sending out Parent/Student handbooks. The most up to date version is now on our website under the Academics tab.