Warm clothing, food, stuffed animals, books and toys were being shared with those less fortunate this holiday season, thanks to Sandy school children.
“It’s exciting to see an educator using her imagination and creativity to solve a problem to make things better,” Dolan said.
Students in nine Canyons School District schools — five in Sandy — recently had the opportunity to test new Google technology.
For years, Betty Shaw has volunteered alongside hundreds of other parents and volunteers in the Utah Parent-Teacher Association, wanting to help students learn and achieve.
Alta High School Principal Brian McGill spends his nights like many of his students — studying, writing papers and preparing for exams.
Alta High and Jordan High students in the performing arts will present holiday concerts this December.
Oakdale students ran around their multi-purpose room, each lap getting them closer to their end goal: raising funds for Chromebooks for each classroom.
When Sara Bryner was a second grader two years ago, she took a classroom lesson to heart when she learned young citizens could make a difference.
About 80 students could be found working intensely with clay, watercolors, ink, pencil, acrylics and other art mediums as they competed for individual and overall school trophies.
This summer, East Sandy Elementary School’s Building Leadership Team and faculty created an acronym for students to understand the school’s learning focus.