Students at Spanish dual immersion school Silver Mesa learned the Spanish names of ingredients in arepas, a South American dish that students call “delicious chubby pancake-tortillas.”
By all accounts it could have been a throw away season for the Alta boys soccer team.
When Ammon Jones was entering high school last fall, he wasn’t as scared or apprehensive as some freshmen.
Big improvements are in the works for the South Towne Center and are set to get underway in August 2015.
Valley skies will be filled with hot air balloons once again as Sandy City launches its ninth annual Balloon Festival Aug.7 and 8.
Randy Pausch, who delivered the memorable, “Last Lecture” speech, said, “Never, ever underestimate the importance of having fun.”
“I thought it would be a fun, unifying event to end the school year,” Principal Julie Fielding said, after she saw a similar event at a Lehi school and decided to bring it to Silver Mesa. “It’s been fun for everyone — students, parents and teachers.”
“The unfortunate negative publicity about police has cast a shadow on the good work being done on a daily basis by police officers around the country,” Sgt. Dean Carriger said.
With Utah outranking all other states for the number of households with computers, the need for faster connectivity and more timesaving, user-friendly sites is a ubiquitous reality.
Every year, Molina Healthcare celebrates and recognizes the good deeds of local residents whose service and volunteerism positively impacts the communities in which they live.