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SafeUT - one app you want your teen to have

Learn how Utah’s SafeUT app can help your community.

Career day sparks interest in students

Liberty students learn about careers and the paths that will take them there.

Brothers create adaptive jump-rope device for school STEM fair

Viewmont STEM fair gave students a chance to identify a problem, brainstorm solutions and test their prototypes.

Students showcase talent of telling stories, holding a paint brush

Bella Vista hosted a storytelling and art night for the community.

Brighton musicians successful at WorldStrides festival

Brighton musicians successful at the WorldStrides festival in San Diego.

Seventh-grader Kate Kaufman contemplates solutions to tomorrow’s problems

This Olympus Jr. High student considered the possibility of overpopulation, wrote about it and then won third place in an international contest.

More hands create a mural of love

Draper Elementary and Corner Canyon students worked together to create a mural for Lone Peak Hospital that was slated to be unveiled May 23.

Rachel & Friends conquer Dragons in friendly book battle

Canyons School District offers Battle of the Books program to middle school students as a way to engage them in more reading opportunities as well as friendly competition.

APA student uses her talent to write storybook in Braille

American Preparatory Academy sophomore wrote a book in Braille as a class assignment and had it published.


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