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GAEOP seeking nominations for outstanding office professionals

Do you know an outstanding office professional? Do you work with an amazing administration? Each year, Granite Association of Educational Office Professionals (GAEOP) honors an outstanding administrator and two outstanding office professionals ... Keep Reading

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Customer Service Star – Give that man a trophy

This week’s Customer Service Star goes to a bus driver who leaves good impressions with students and staff every day. “I would like to nominate Scott Giles, one of our bus drivers at Granite Connection High School, as a Customer Service ... Keep Reading

Art Night Live

Photo Gallery: Student skills go full throttle during Art Night Live

You can’t rush art. That is, unless you were one of the more than sixty high school artists who participated in the latest round of Granite Education Foundation’s Art Night Live. They managed to rush their art very well. In just over three ... Keep Reading

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CTE Open House – Feb. 5

Granite School District's Career & Technical Education staff will be hosting a CTE Open House for students and their families to learn about the wide array of courses available in the District. Attendees will explore CTE offerings on site at ... Keep Reading

Reflections

Students imagine ways to improve the world in PTA Reflections contest

Finish the sentence: The world would be a better place if … How would you fill in the blank? Chances are your co-workers, friends and even family members would all answer differently. And that’s exactly what makes for a perfect art ... Keep Reading

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Parent leadership conference urges parents to stay involved in their child’s education

A child's first and most influential teacher is the parent. That was the overall sentiment at the District's inaugural Parent Leadership & Empowerment Conference last week as scores of parents learned about resources and tactics to help their ... Keep Reading

TVille Pep Rally

Photo Gallery: Sixth-graders get a taste of high school at network pep rally

At first glance, a high school can be overwhelming to an elementary-age student. The building is larger, the students are taller, and the opportunities are greater. But before they know it, these young students will enter the doors of their high ... Keep Reading

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Spring Lane Elementary receives grant to help share Chinese culture

In an effort to help students better understand Chinese culture, the University of Utah’s Confucius Institute has awarded the state’s first Confucius Classroom grant to Spring Lane Elementary. The grant will be used for a variety of initiatives ... Keep Reading

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