News

2018

  • November

    3rd Graders Learn about Local Wildlife

    Did you know that elk consume about 20 pounds of various vegetation a day? Or did you know the cutthroat trout is Wyoming’s official state fish and can be found right here in the Snake River? What about the fact that the bald eagle gets its name from the old English word, balde meaning ‘white’? This month, we learned these intriguing facts and much more!
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  • October

    7th Grade Field Trip to Cody

    The 7th grade class enjoyed a three day field trip in Cody, Wyoming last week. The Friess family generously offered their ranch for the two night stay. Right after lunch on Wednesday, the 7th graders left for Cody with Mr. Sawyer, Ms. Rock, Mr. McDaniel and Mrs. Maher. After a long day of driving, a big dinner and a few games of Scrabble and Clue, the students turned in early.
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  • Fire Department visits K-2!

    On Friday, October 12th, the Jackson Hole Fire Department and EMS visited the JHCA campus to talk with students K-2 about fire safety and what to do in an emergency. Students learned about the importance of smoke alarms, having a plan to exit their homes safely in the event of a fire, and what to do when you need to call 911. The firefighters and EMS crew invited students to explore the firetruck and ambulance and learned that it can take up to five people to use the firehose on the truck. Students went home with fire hats and a packet of helpful information to share with parents. “Today we had such an informative time with the Jackson Hole Fire and EMS team,” said Mrs. Patrick. “They reminded us to plan an escape route with our family, have a meeting place and practice with our family.” The event was a great success for the kids, who were so excited to meet the emergency personnel and share what they had learned with their families.
     
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  • Neishabouri leads girl golfers to 4th place at state Jackson

    Clark Forster
    Jacqueline Neishabouri began the fall sports season on the Broncs tennis team, and she finished the season as an All-State golfer.
    The sophomore finished eighth in 3A during Friday and Saturday’s state championship tournament at Riverton Country Club. Neishabouri shot 53-over par for the tournament and beat the 11th-place golfer — the cutoff for the All-State list — by two strokes.
    Neishabouri helped send Jackson coach Mike Witz out on a positive note as he announced he’ll retire after 19 years coaching the team.
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  • June

    Piano Recital features JH Classical Students

    JH Classical's own Mrs. Landis held her Spring Piano Recital this past weekend, June 3rd, featuring the talents of students both from the school and other students from the community. This included Cotter, Ginger, and Thatcher Friess, Finn and Rylynn Walker, and Dune Mecartney who all presented piano, violin, or viola pieces they had studied during the term.
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  • May

    Harper Scott Takes Junior Grand Champion in Bozeman Equestrian Competition

    Taking four 1st place ribbons and one 2nd, 5th Grader Harper Scott, won the Junior Grand Champion in her equestrian meet this past weekend in Bozeman, Montana. She competed with riders from all over the region and placed in five events. Excellent work, Harper!
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  • April

    Student Chess Tournament Results

    In an exciting four-way tied breaker set, sixth grade James Neishabouri took first place in this year's JH Classical Chess Tournament with Jackson Neishabouri, also representing sixth grade taking second and Winston Ochs from fourth grade taking third. They competed using the Swiss style, each rotating through their opponents and with ten minutes of play each. Much of the student body was also able to spectate during the tournament, adding to the air of excitment and focus. Students represented each chess class from third to eighth grades. 
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  • 6th grade Paschall McDaniel takes 7th in Student Spelling Bee

    In the Wyoming State Spelling Bee on Saturday March 24, 6th grade Paschall McDaniel competed with 1st through 8th grade students from across the state in the bee. This was the second level of the Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee which is held nationwide. She represented JH Classical and took 7th place against more than 75 competitors. This was Paschall's first state state competition, and she made it to the final ten students in her first year competing. Congratulations Paschall! 
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  • March

    JH Classical Student Art on Display at the Wildlife Museum

    Students from the 3rd through 9th grades have had teh opportunity to showcase some of their art at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in a collaborative effort with the museum and local educators. Mrs. Birnie and Miss McWhorter submitted selections from the student art work from their classes and an opening was held to recognize and view the pieces on March 9th. 
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  • February

    Pete Cook's Eagle Court of Honor

    On January 28, 2018, Pete Cook was honored to receive his Eagle Scout, the highest award in Boy Scouts. They honored his achievement in Alpine with his family, friends, and troops at his Eagle Court of Honor, a specific ceremony to recognize his accomplishment. Pete has been involved in Troops 268 and 774 since he turned 11, and the troops and community supported him in his pursuit of the honor. 
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  • January

    JH Classical 2nd Graders Ski Racing

    Angus Spankie, Ashton Lustfield, 2nd graders, and Wyatt Ochs, a first grader at JH Classical, have joined the Downhill Ski Racing Team, and their season has begun! They each raced for the first time in the Caroline Classic GS race at Snowking Mountain on December 30th. Angus and Wyatt both made the podium! The three practice and compete on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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  • 4th Grade Adrienne Howard Takes 5th in Downhill Ski Race

    On Sunday January 14, 4th grade Adrienne Howard took 5th place in the two-day North Series Giant Slalom Race at Snow King Resort in Jackson. Adrienne competes with the U12 Jackson downhill ski team. 
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