Every month, the Sandy Library offers a plethora of activities suited for different age groups and interests.
In the spirit of ‘No-Shave-November,’ Sandy officers were allowed to grow beards to raise money for a co-worker who is battling cancer.
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.
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.
Several Sandy Girl Scouts recently earned the top awards at their level and were honored at the Girl Scouts of Utah awards recognition on Oct. 24, 2015.
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.
“My goal is to better serve the residents, and one way to do that is help them have better access to information and be more available.
A delegation from the Elbland Philharmonie Sachsen, an Orchestra from Riesa, Saxony in Germany, finished up their weeklong visit to Sandy on Oct. 19, as they are one of Sandy City’s two sister cities.