Hundreds of bicyclists and scooter-riders filled Silver Mesa Elementary’s playground Sept. 11, awaiting their turn to complete a bike safety course set up by Sandy City Police.
“The kids couldn’t tell me how they understood, and I know they were quite intelligent,” Winch said.
The Sept. 11 jog-a-thon allowed first- through fifth-grade students to run a course through the neighborhood, finishing in the back of the school, where kindergartners ran laps on the field.
Working together with Alta High principal Brian McGill and district counselor Tori Gillett, they formulated a plan to coordinate and collaborate between the two schools.
Lone Peak Elementary students, staff and faculty celebrated being named a Confucius Classroom Oct. 21, with classroom presentations and a performance from guest Chinese acrobats.
Located at Grand Teton National Park, Teton Science School has been teaching about the natural world and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem since 1967.
That is, according to University of Bahrain assistant professor and Gulf Petrochemical Industries instrument engineer Salwa Al Thawadi, the opposite of her country.
“I was nervous because I didn’t know too many people,” Emma said. “I didn’t know my way around.”
Teacher Colleen Eldridge said that when she was sick or playing during summer vacation, she always would play school because she wanted to be a teacher.
Elementary students from Canyons School District schools had the opportunity to present stories, fairytales or folk tales at the fifth annual district storytelling showcase, Story Weavers.