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School Enrollment Up, but No Surprises

September 7, 2011 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Teton County Schools No Comments
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Students and teachers are settling into their second week of school beginning today.  While the final enrollment figure for the beginning of school is not actually determined until about 10 days have passed, Superintendent Pam Shea saysthere are no surprises as the 2011/2012 school year gets under way.  Overall, Shea says the district has about 2500 students enrolled this year, with kindergarten making up the largest class – 201 students in all.  Still, Shea says that’s about what the district projected last spring for this year’s class sizes. Shea says one adjustment students at the high school are making involve a new, modified block schedule.  Other details students need to see to during the first days of school include returning their emergency release forms. These forms include pertinent student information provided by parents including contact information and medical needs.

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