Every year, the Utah Systems for Higher Education help high school seniors apply for college.
New and gently used clothes will be available for all students and their families in the community to pick up items they may need.
Jordan and Hillcrest high schools hold fairs to inform incoming freshmen about elective classes and extra-curricular activities offered at their schools prior to registration.
Jordan High theater students will perform “Emma,” a script written from Jane Austin’s famous work, before they take part at the regional competition and finish the year with student-directed one-act performances.
Following up with the Canyons School District becoming the first idle-free school district in the state, Altara Elementary held an idle-free awareness week.
Silver Mesa will hold its second annual science and arts night that will feature interactive opportunities, science fair exhibits and Reflections entries on display.
Silver Mesa Elementary’s fifth-grade program included honoring those serving in the military as well as veterans on Veterans Day.
The principal spends a night on roof, gets pies in his face as reward to Park Lane students who surpassed goal in raising funds for new technology.
Annual traditions shared by those in the community bring joy to students with severe disabilities at Jordan Valley School.
Local Girl Scouts belonging to Sandy troops earn the top awards at the cadet and junior levels.