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Welcome to MMES

The school day starts at 8:20am and ends at 3:10pm.  Students may be dropped off starting at 8:00am

Kindergarten registration for the 2019-2020 school year:

  • Mandatory parent night for parents on March 12 from 6-7pm at MMES
  • Attend a Kindergarten Roundup with your child on either April 16 or 17. These will be held at Colter and Jackson Elementary Schools.  Attend the session for your neighborhood school.  School Attendance areas are available here.
  • Applications can be found here, and are due at Kindergarten Roundup. 
  • In order to be considered for the selection process, all registration paperwork must be completed, including proof of domicile and copy of birth certificate. 
  • Selection process will be held in early May with parent notification soon thereafter. 

Comunicación con las familias/Communication with Families
All monthly newsletters, grade level communications, and parent presentations may be found through this link.



Current News

TCSD to Offer New Program Next Year

Starting in the 2019-2020 school year, Jackson Hole High School 9th grade, Jackson Hole Middle School 6th grade and Munger Mountain Elementary 4th grade will begin offering a program called AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination).  At the secondary level the program will be fairly small for the first year, starting with just one elective class in the 6th and 9th grades.  At the elementary level all 4th grade students will participate.

AVID is research based and is used by schools and districts throughout the country.  It provides middle school and high school students the skills needed to be successful in college such as how to study strategically, take notes properly, and to be ready to choose classes that will assist them in college.  At the elementary level, students develop the skills and academic habits at a young age that will carry them through middle school, high school, and college including how to study strategically, take notes properly, and to be ready to choose classes that will assist them in college.  All 6th and 9th grade students will be exposed to AVID strategies through their core content classes, and a smaller group of students will be invited to apply for participation in an AVID elective class.


TCSD Names Teacher and Staff of the Year


Teacher of the Year, Sheena Dhamsania and Staff of the Year, Joyce Sawczuk

TCSD #1 named Sheena Dhamsania as its 2019 Teacher of the Year and  Joyce Sawczuk as its Staff Person of the Year.

Nominated by her peers, a selection committee selected Ms. Dhamsania from a total of six  teacher nominees to represent the TCSD #1 teaching staff in the Wyoming Teacher of the Year program.  Sheena is a music teacher at Wilson Elementary School. She has been teaching at

TCSD for the last six years.  The other nominees were Seth Fetters, Meredith Huggins, Jennifer Kelley, Julie Lindstrom, and Libby Woods.

The district honored Joyce Sawczuk as the Staff of the Year.  There were a total of seven Staff of the Year nominees representing several schools and the operational services areas of transportation and custodial.  Ms. Sawczuk is retiring at the end of this year year, having served Jackson Hole Middle School for 15 years. The other nominees for this honor include Visenta Dallas, Jeannette Fairbanks, Ian Fowden, Lell Kristen, Martin Murphy, and Mary Tisi.  


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