Jordan High students will present “A Night of Broadway” to both showcase students’ talents and to fundraise for them to attend the Utah Theatre Association’s annual conference.
With a $2,000 grant, Park Lane teacher Linda Tognoni will receive iPads and a computer so her students, many of whom have autism, can write a book on how to demonstrate good behavior skills.
Sandy students learn about careers during career fairs.
Regional champion Jordan High robotics team demonstrates robot to younger students at Stemfest in preparation for upcoming year.
Eastmont eighth-graders get a dose of reality as they learn to write checks and swipe debit cards to pay for housing, transportation, utilities and necessities before vacations and entertainment.
Sandy students honor veterans through words and songs at schools’ Veterans Day ceremonies.
In November, voters approved a $283 million bond to modernize and upgrade Canyons School District schools and construction is expected to begin by June.
Jordan High students to perform “The Addams Family”
Former Utah Jazz center kicks off WatchDOGS national volunteer program at Crescent Elementary.
Alta High theater students will perform “Wizard of Oz” after a successful Shakespeare competition.