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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

SSL Chamber Award

Longtime Lincoln Elementary luminary named SSL Chamber’s Educator of the Year

George Theodore of Lincoln Elementary is an avid golfer, a former MLB player for the New York Mets, and has spent the better part of 30 years as a counselor at the school. Generations of Lincoln Elementary students have benefitted from George's ... Keep Reading

Armstrong Air Quality

Armstrong Academy partners with Utah DEQ, BYU for air toxin study

Neil Armstrong Academy has partnered with scientists and researchers from the Utah Department of Environmental Quality and Brigham Young University to conduct an air toxin monitoring project. The study uses state-of-the-art instruments to measure ... Keep Reading


Time Lapse: Art Night Live!

Dozens of the top student artists from Granite District high schools worked side-by-side one another in an ‘all out art’ competition. As part of Granite Education Foundation’s ‘Art Night Live!’ student participants had four hours to create a work ... Keep Reading

Officer Barney funeral

Photos: Students and staff show support for fallen officer Doug Barney

The funeral procession for slain officer Doug Barney passed near several Granite schools, and students and staff lined up to show their support. Officer Barney and his family are part of the Granite community. We will remember this day not only ... Keep Reading

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