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.
“The kids couldn’t tell me how they understood, and I know they were quite intelligent,” Winch said.
But when 14-year-old Emilee Astle smashes her first serve and follows it with pounding ground strokes it is easy to mistake her for a seasoned senior.
Bomber and Boo Boo, Dexter and Duchess are four of the hundreds of animals at the Humane Society of Utah waiting to be adopted.
Nicole Montgomery, Miss Murray 2016
A tough pre-season schedule and an unusual number of seasoned veterans enabled the Juan Diego to win another region girls soccer title.
Think the football team has a lot of students on it? Well, at Corner Canyon it’s a little known club sport that draws the biggest percentage of the student body.
When sixth-grade social studies teacher Derek Block asked student groups to work together researching and writing assignments, he said the students embraced the idea.