For 10 years, Riverview Library and media specialist Kathy Dale have been selecting books for junior high students who are motivated to come discuss books just for their enjoyment.
This summer, about 140 second through seventh graders throughout the Salt Lake Valley attended the Write On!
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.
Hartvigsen School principal Janice Wayman describes her school as “a unique, special place” for both students and faculty.
Last August, Boston transplant Brendan Toohey moved to Utah seeking new experiences and service opportunities.
Midvale Middle School is the only school in Canyon’s School District offering the SALTA program for advanced and gifted students.
To start the following year off on the right foot, JPJMS held an assembly to bring these sobering facts face-to-face.
In schools all over the country, children are taught every day to make better choices when it comes to food, and to think more green.
“Coach Miller had been a part of a BBQ contest at Peterson’s Market in 2010 and one of our students had made the sign for his cooking station.