It’s a school decision the kids are probably happy with. What was a two-year experiment with a later start time for Teton County schools will now be permanent. The Teton County School Board has voted to continue starting classes at Jackson Hole High School at 8:55 am. That is an hour and twenty minutes later than it was three years ago. The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports the two-year experiment looked at grades, car crashes, depression and other factors and found that in all areas kids did much better with a later start time.