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STEM Fair 2016

What science questions are today’s GSD students tackling?

The Granite School District STEM Fair had a familiar feel that most current and former students can relate to. There were tri-fold cardboard displays, photos of experiments, diagrams, charts, graphs, and capable students eager to explain their ... Keep Reading


GSD artist wins 3rd place in Utah Senate Visual Arts Competition

Three Granite School District students were awarded scholarships by the Utah Senate to celebrate their participation in a statewide arts contest. Students were invited to submit artwork with images of the architectural features of the Utah State ... Keep Reading


This is why we love our business partners

The threat of cancellation loomed large for Truman Elementary staff when it became apparent there were not enough volunteers for a favorite field trip. Without the necessary volunteer help, the fifth grade trip to Junior Achievement BizTown seemed ... Keep Reading


These students earned Academic All-State honors for winter sports

The UHSAA’a Academic All-State Award is given to students who excel in the classroom as well as athletic competition. Individuals are selected for the award based on athletic ability and academic proficiency. Here’s the list of 2016 Granite School ... Keep Reading


Board Meeting Report – February 2016

Administrative Reports Susan Zobel and Starleen Orullian of Granite Education Association presented results from a General Teacher Survey to the board. Alan Parrish, Director of High Schools, gave a report from the Travel Committee regarding ... Keep Reading

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Math + Dance = Granite Park teacher winning national ‘Curious Classroom’ contest

“I realized that I needed to come up with a fresh approach to making math more fun for my students, and what better way to do that than with dance.” Granite Park Jr. High 8th grade math teacher Heather Francis sought for new approaches to help her ... Keep Reading

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Skyline students use American Sign Language to perform anti-violence play

A group of Skyline High School students delivered a powerful theatrical performance catered to the needs of hearing-impaired teens and community members. The school's production of Bang Bang You’re Dead was performed entirely in American Sign ... Keep Reading

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Helping kids discover their strengths

For Kearns Jr. High FACS/Theater/CCA teacher Jessica Rex, the best part of teaching is helping students discover their own talents, abilities and interests. Jessica is our Educator of the Week. ... Keep Reading

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