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Kennedy/USANA 5K

USANA ‘Crusades’ for Kennedy Jr. with 5k run

Employees at USANA Health Sciences hit the pavement with junior high students in the annual “USANA Crusades for Kennedy Jr. High” 5K fundraiser. Kennedy Jr. High sent more than 250 students to participate alongside nearly 100 USANA employees. All ... Keep Reading

West Lake's 50th

West Lake Jr. High marks golden anniversary with walk down memory lane

West Lake Junior High School sprang up 50 years ago in West Valley City to serve a rapidly growing community. The city has undergone significant changes during the last few decades, but West Lake’s place as an institution of exceptional education ... Keep Reading

Melissa Christensen

Educator of the Week – Melissa Christensen

Our Educator of the Week is Rosecrest Elementary first grade teacher Melissa Christensen, who "strives to educate the whole child, and sets high expectations for learning and teaches kids that success takes effort." ... Keep Reading

GTI

League of Women Voters honors Granite Technical Institute

For ten years, Granite Technical Institute has served as a pipeline to college and careers for thousands of students in the District. With its specialized instructors and robust facility, the GTI helps align a student’s education and training with ... Keep Reading

Drama Awards

Move over, Oscar: List of GSD Performing Arts Awards winners

Another fantastic year of drama productions is coming to a close, and students and staff found much to celebrate at this year’s Performing Arts Awards. Each high school performance this year was stellar, but it wasn’t just the acting that made the ... Keep Reading

Purple Game

‘Purple Game’ supports students diagnosed with cancer

It’s fitting that Reagan Everett scored the first run for Olympus High in their 11-8 win over Woods Cross last week. The ‘Purple Game’ was, after all, a moment of high school competition paralleled with a unified effort to raise funds for cancer, ... Keep Reading

Westbrook Opera

Westbrook Elementary students write, perform anti-bullying opera

Sixth-graders at Westbrook Elementary worked with members of the Utah Symphony & Opera to compose and write songs about how to combat bullying. The finished opera, titled “Way to Be: Bully Free,” details how students can work together to turn ... Keep Reading

Customer Service Star

Customer Service Star – Utmost professionalism

This week’s Customer Service Star goes to a staff member at Cottonwood High who helps make life easier for students and staff. “Ruth Montoya works as a tracker/hall monitor here at Cottonwood High School, and she has such a wonderful attitude ... Keep Reading

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