Teton County School District today is hosting a workshop regarding possible changes to the school starting times for next year. Those changes could involve beginning the school day as much as an hour later at the high school and changing the starting times at the district’s other schools to accommodate the delayed opening bell. Superintendent Pam Shay explains that such measures have been under consideration for a number of years. Among the considerations being looked at Shay says are how such a change would impact other community activities. Among those considerations, she says the impacts on academics, logistics, athletics, and after school activities are being discussed. Say says before implementing such a change the board will review a report to the board about the proposal, discuss impacts from such a change district-wide, and take input at the workshop, via email or through the mail from parents and community members. The workshop begins at 4:00 pm.