Canyons School District elementary schools will restore early-out dismissals on Fridays beginning this school year after this past year of eliminating the earlier dismissal times.
16-year-old Olympus High student, Marie Litton,
opens up about what art means to her
Herriman High seniors Natalie Barker and Tyler Martinez put their thinking caps on before their graduation caps at the end of the school year.
Twelve-year-old Ella Sjoblom, a Morningside Magnet Elementary graduate, takes second in the Future Problem Solving International Program
It’s mid-summer and you’re probably running out of fun ideas to keep active children interested in something other than mischief. Perhaps it is time for a trip to Taylorsville City Library, which offers new events every day to entertain and educate children.
Taylorsville High has achieved much academically this year. The total number of graduates in the 2015 class is 463 students. The number of scholarships awarded is 230; the total number of students receiving scholarships is 96.
“It was a cool experience to get in touch with my culture, and it gives students an understanding and feeling of my culture, not just the stereotype they may think of,” Sisi said.
“This class loves a challenge and they love to learn,” Wilcox said. “Even though they work in pairs, it really is a whole class effort since we learn together as a class all year.”
“We know that so many of our employees are great, but we know that these people have demonstrated above and beyond what they’re expected to do."