Silver Mesa fifth-grader Kaleolani Kirby was looking at her peers’ science fair projects.
When Jordan High students wanted to learn more about technology, they sought out math teacher Cameo Lutz, who empowered them to create their own group.
Alta High School junior Kiara Vargas applied for the Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Award because she wanted to represent her school as a leader and role model to her peers.
Sandy Mayor Tom Dolan not only shared his love for serving the city, but also asked Blessed Sacrament students to step up and give service themselves.
Students at Park Lane Elementary learned true superheroes don’t wear capes but are kind to everyone.
Brookwood Elementary’s first-ever LEGOrobotics team was gearing up for its regional competition in January.
By fall 2017, Alta View students won’t be in a school building that was dedicated in 1963. The new school, which will have a spring groundbreaking, will open on the same campus, 10333 Crocus St., White City.
An evening dedicated to interactive math and science exhibits for families will be held this month at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School.
Lion dance, monkey masks, calligraphy, egg rolls and chopsticks all will be a part of the Chinese New Year celebration that will be held at Jordan High School.
Sandy middle school and high school students will be attending the 2nd annual Utah STEM Fest, which will teach students about science, technology, engineering and math.