The Teton County School District #1 Board of Education this week adopted calendars for not one, but two coming years – both reflecting a traditional nine-month school year. Superintendent Pam Shea says the final schedules were created with input from both faculty and parents. Shea says both school years ease in with three, then four and finally five day weeks. They also aggregate teacher in-service days prior to the student days each year. Shea says the 2013/14 calendar has a longer winter break since New Year falls on Wednesday, and it was determined it was awkward to bring back students for two days after the holiday break. Instead, teachers will return for those two days for in-service sessions. Otherwise, the calendars begin the school years on August 29th in 2012 and August 28 in 2013, and end on June 12th both years.