At that Aug. 4 meeting, Shepherd was named the Utah Charter School Director of the Year.
Don’t think about driving to pick up a carpool of students at Channing Hall while finishing a cell phone conversation — whether it’s for business or pleasure.
Corner Canyon student Dallas Karren heard about Boys State on the school announcements and thought it sounded “cool,” so he talked to his counselor about applying for the week-long session.
Robbins said that many times students reach out to other students for help.
Jordan Ridge’s sixth-grade parents got a chance to get a crash course on computer programs their kids are using during the school’s first Technology Night.
Emma Gonzales obtained an inhaler over the weekend after a coughing fit landed her in the emergency room. On Monday, the fourth grader was hit with another coughing spell.
A big fundraiser like the gold classic is reportedly far more beneficial for the Summit Academy drill team than inundating friends and family with several small fundraisers throughout the year.
One had paper. Another had the real thing.
Across America, children do lemonade stands. In Cottonwood Heights, Grey Burgoyne and his siblings did – for charity. It was Grey’s idea.