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Coding field trip gives girls confidence, eyes into future careers

Girls who Code field trip opens elementary girls’ eyes to future careers in the technology field.

Schools offer Battle of the Books program for love of reading

South Jordan schools offer Battle of the Books program as a way to engage students in more reading opportunities as well as friendly competition.

Artwork sentenced to lifetime stay in courthouse

Diversity brings depth to hot-button issues.

Educating is an art for this award-winning teacher

“I know that if I can make one child feel safe, one child feel loved, one child feel confident in themselves, one child knowing that they can do whatever they aspire to—then I’m doing my job.”

1,000 paper cranes give strength

Fifty-two fourth-graders at North Star Academy in Riverton made 1,000 cranes in three days to send love and good luck to a teacher and student, both fighting cancer.

Splash of fun whets Jordan High students’ desire to learn

Jordan High AP environmental biology and biology students gain hands-on learning through California field trip.

Alta High brings home sweepstakes award for top music department

Alta performing arts students took home quite a few rewards when they went to the Big Apple this spring.

Sharing the world of food at Kearns-Saint Ann Catholic School’s fair

Kearns-Saint Ann Catholic School celebrates their fourth annual Cultural Fair.

Helping Utah’s foster children go to college

First Star Academy at University of Utah is helping foster youth graduate from high school and enter college with readiness skills to achieve academic goals.


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