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Principal gets pie in face, night on roof as Park Lane students surpass fundraising goal

Dec 02, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

The principal spends a night on roof, gets pies in his face as reward to Park Lane students who surpassed goal in raising funds for new technology.

Community members bring joy to holidays for Jordan Valley School students

Dec 02, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Annual traditions shared by those in the community bring joy to students with severe disabilities at Jordan Valley School.

Local Girl Scouts earn top awards

Dec 02, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Local Girl Scouts belonging to Sandy troops earn the top awards at the cadet and junior levels.

Jordan High students launch balloon into space

Dec 02, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Jordan High students launch a balloon into space, but when it lands in military land, they make connections with Hill Air Force Base for further projects.

Tumult for many for-profit colleges, why students still attend

Nov 29, 2016 ● By Bryan Scott

ITT Technical Institutes closed its doors in September after receiving sanctions from the U.S. Department of Education, leaving Utah students in a lurch.

Dance concert “Through Our Eyes” slated for December

Oct 28, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Jordan High Dance Company, classes will perform its dance concert Dec. 8–9.

Former Jazz player Thurl Bailey encourages education to prevent bullying

Oct 28, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Former NBA Utah Jazzman Thurl Bailey supports anti-bully education as a North Carolina company brings an interactive theater experience to Eastmont Middle School sixth-grade students.

Alta Marching Band to march on Washington, D.C.

Oct 28, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

In addition to participating in competitions, performances and local parades, the Alta High School Marching Band will march in the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C. in May 2017. (Caleb Shabestari/Alta High School)

“Music Man,” “Once Upon A Mattress” musicals set for Sandy high school stages

Oct 28, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Alta, Jordan theater departments slating fall musicals after competing in Shakespeare state contest.

Canyons Board of Education to study possible changes in bell schedule, middle school schedules

Oct 28, 2016 ● By Julie Slama

Canyons Board of Education ask for further study on developing a new district middle school schedule as well as adapting the district school bell schedule to allow for busing options.
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