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Teton Literacy Center Was Founded in 1992.
We now offer three tiers of programming: Tutoring, Enrichment, and Family Literacy. Our mission is to change lives through the power of literacy.
We define literacy as proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, listening, problem-solving, and critical thinking. Our vision is a 100% literate community. A literate community is one in which members have the literacy skills necessary to not only function but to thrive.
Frances Reid is a fifth grader who loves reading, performing, and spending time with her family, especially on vacation. She enjoys talking to anyone, playing outside for hours, and the magic of a good story.
Nick Staron has been a member of the Laff Staff improv team for 10 years and a standup for six years. He performs clean standup routines for up to 45 minutes.
This performance will be a reunion of ten tappers who started dancing together 35 years ago. They are excited to be back together after a 20-year break. This group is comprised of TLC tutors, board members, former librarians, and literacy enthusiasts.
Maddie, Vanessa, and Ellie are currently 5th and 6th graders at Teton County School District. They decided to do a cover of Ms. Ohio by Gillian Welch to show their strong, independent, female personalities. While all three are fairly shy, their talent explodes with Ms. Ohio. Enjoy!
Clint grew up in Jackson where my heart still rests. As the music calls, Clint recently quit a corporate job to pursue his music full time and is looking for an opportunity to sing his own songs. Clint composes his own music.
Alexia is a local performer, who is involved in Off Square Theater company and the Jackson Hole High School choir.
Abigail is a sweet and fun 11-year old who lives in Victor, ID. She loves to sing, play the piano, sports, animals, and having fun with her friends and family.
Dance act from a group of students attending Journeys Middle School. They love to sing and dance together.
Jordan and Kiva are seniors at Jackson Hole High School and fourth-year members of the JHHS Broncs Dance Team. The team performs at halftime at Football and Basketball games as well as regional competitions. In 2016, the team won the Wyoming State 3A Hip Hop Championship.