For four days, St. John the Baptist students woke up and went outside to make nature their classroom at Grand Teton National Park.
About 25 eighth graders in Channing Hall’s design class made original projects with Legos, both with the actual bricks as well as virtually on the computer.
Those who thought nothing could top Skyline High School’s production of “Hello Dolly” last fall have another thing coming.
Taylorsville High School Latinos in Action President Ana Zamora admits she first joined LIA at the insistence of her mother.
In 2000, the Utah Legislature passed a law requiring every public school to establish a school community council.
Last month, Ben Lomond High School’s Wall of Fame added two more alumni inductees: Mikel Vause, class of 1970, and Kerry Favero, class of ’72.
In August, as summer came to a close, children throughout the nation headed back to school.
Funds from a famous author contributed to summer literacy programs at Westvale Elementary this summer will enable the school to purchase new books for the library.
Also new were booths offering quilt tying and painting a mosaic mural for the community, and the inclusion of the citywide storytelling festival.