It was their first time competing and it was against several teams of sixth-graders, but that didn’t intimidate Sprucewood Elementary fifth-graders who took first place at the Elementary Engineering Week at the University of Utah.
Altara Elementary students didn’t stop when they reached their goal of 1,200 cans to donate to the Utah Food Bank. The 560 students doubled their goal in about one week’s time.
Mt. Jordan eighth-grader Cherlyn Sharp is thinking of possibly earning a degree in biotechnology, but definitely in the science field.
It was 1964 when Clark and Penny Steed moved into the Alta View Elementary neighborhood. Four Steed kids attended Alta View, Clark Steed volunteered several years with the school’s chess program and Penny Steed has worked most of her 40 years at the school as a literacy specialist.
Since 2003, Albion Middle School students have met regularly to read and discuss books.
The Utah State Office of Education has launched a new platform in the hopes of saving teens from taking their own lives.
Walking through the classrooms at Silver Mesa, students may have bumped into Mary Poppins, Billy Goat Gruff, Willy Wonka or even Santa Claus.
Jordan High senior Madeleine didn’t set out to earn the President’s Volunteer Service Award, so it was a pleasant surprise when she learned she would be receiving it.
While sitting at Utah Valley University on Jan. 30, listening to groups receive special trophies at the state championship of the first Lego robotics competition, several Beehive Science & Technology Academy students said they gave up hope at winning an award.
Aboard a boat from the Ocean Institute, sophomore Devan Nuse looked through a microscope at plankton he and 15 other Jordan High students had scooped up from the Pacific Ocean.