The federal government’s pandemic response program to fund free school meals for all students is set to expire at the end of June.
Students at Fort Lewis College are focusing on the region’s transition away from using fossil fuels.
Miss the headlines this week? Catch up on a masterplan for Teton County schools, a new mayor-elect in Driggs and the infrastructure bill’s impact on Wyoming.
KHOL asked Shawn Kelly about taking the helm of TSS after a third of staff left their jobs last year.
Rylee McCollum (Class of 2019) was one of 13 U.S. troops killed in the airport bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday.
The Teton County School Board voted Wednesday to require face coverings for all students and staff as long as the county falls within the Red (High) or Orange (Moderate) risk levels for COVID-19.
Parents on both sides of the face covering debate have given passionate public testimony as Teton County’s first day of school approaches.
Scott Crisp, who was recently awarded Wyoming Principal of the Year, caught up with KHOL about hybrid learning models, adjustments during COVID, and an educational ‘gap’ at the High School.
Zoe Crisp was one of two Wyoming students selected to participate in this year’s U.S. Senate Youth Program in March.