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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding The Construction Projects For TSD401

Why are actual costs higher than pre-bond budget estimates? The primary reason is change in scope. To meet educational needs, adjustments were made in the size of each school, resulting in a net increase of 8,398 square feet (SF). All but 60 SF of this total is accounted by making Victor Elementary larger and Driggs Elementary smaller. Renovations of critical importance, brought forward by [...]

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding The Construction Projects For TSD4012019-07-16T17:32:24-06:00

School Board accepts GMP for Teton Middle School, the final bond project

The Teton School District 401 Board of Trustees voted unanimously (4-0) on Monday, July 15, 2019, to accept the Guaranteed Maximum Price presented by Headwaters Construction for renovation and additions at Teton Middle School in Driggs. This is the final piece of six projects approved by Teton County voters in November 2017 at an estimated cost of nearly $37.3 million. It brings the overall [...]

School Board accepts GMP for Teton Middle School, the final bond project2019-07-16T17:29:26-06:00

Secretary of State: mascot question on ballot is not an option

Neither the school board nor the public can ask to have the question of keeping or changing the Teton High mascot put on November’s ballot, according to Dorothy Canary, Elections Compliance Specialist for the Secretary of State’s office in Boise. “The election process is for electing school board trustees and bonds and levies, so, unfortunately, they would not be able to put the question [...]

Secretary of State: mascot question on ballot is not an option2019-07-12T17:54:43-06:00
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