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Photos: Colorful, handmade hot air balloons rise above Rosecrest

A sixth-grade science experiment at Rosecrest Elementary explored how convection lifts balloons into the sky. "We have been looking forward to this project for a while by doing research, writing poems, doing art with hot air balloons, and now ... Keep Reading

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Quiz: Can you identify these GSD schools?

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Using award systems to boost GPAs and CPAs at Brockbank Jr. High

The Renaissance era is known for having a profound effect on art, architecture, literature, and education in Europe during the 14th century. For Brockbank Junior High students, ‘Renaissance’ also means a dynamic shift in grade point averages and ... Keep Reading

Kearns High winter clothing

Kearns High students give warmth and winter clothes to their peers

Frosty weather has settled in Utah, and members of Kearns High School’s student clubs have noticed many of their peers don’t have adequate clothes to block the cold. That observation ballooned into a cooperative project to get warm winter gear into ... Keep Reading


Granger High student section named best in state

Granger High fans have been crowned champions in a statewide voting competition highlighting exceptional team support. The Twitter tournament, hosted by Utah Sports Action, invited schools and fans to submit photos of student sections in their ... Keep Reading


These students are helping shape the future of Taylorsville City

Thirteen Granite schools are located within the borders of Taylorsville. With such a large population of bright young minds, city officials are turning to students to help develop a vision for the future. Consultants with the city recently went ... Keep Reading


Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

Can you name the American Indian Tribes living in Utah? Most Utah citizens would be able identify the Ute Tribe as a prominent group, but the state is also home to Paiute, Goshute, Shoshone, and Navajo groups. November is designated Native ... Keep Reading

Veterans Day

Photos: Students and staff express reverent appreciation for veterans

We extend our sincere gratitude to countless men and women who are serving or have served in the armed forces. We may never fully comprehend the sacrifices they make for their fellow citizens. But through somber reflection of their service, we ... Keep Reading

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