Students have another week and a half before they have to be back in school in Teton County, but not so the teachers. Faculty and staff at Teton County School District #1 return to work today, and for the next seven weekdays Superintendent Pam Shea says they will be focusing on issues and teaching resources. One area specifically receiving attention, Shea says is comprehensive training on behavior support from kindergarten through 12th grade. These responses are expected to enhance and accelerate student learning. Already, Shea says the district’s new teachers have gathered for orientation and complete their remaining paperwork. Shea says it is still not known what this year’s school enrollment will be considering those who have moved away over the summer and those who have moved in. That, she says, will be determined over the first week of classes.