The Skyline boys golf team completed their season in early October by tying for fifth at the state tournament where star player Blake Tomlinson ended his high school career on a high note.
The 2016 football season has been a challenging one for the Skyline Eagles. Along with losing several key starting players to injuries, the young team of 75 players has struggled to overcome challenging components.
Spring Lane Elementary’s Watch Dogs program brings dads into the classrooms.
Over 40 newly elected members participated in the Canyons School District School Community Council training in late September. This was the first of three available training sessions.
A new language arts program for students in grades K-6 has arrived in the Granite School District. Wonders Reading Program is a literacy package developed by McGraw Hill. Wonders was designed to align with the current Utah Common Core Standards.
Parents in the Skyline network of schools introduced a grade reconfiguration to address the decreased enrollment of students at Skyline High School. The change involves secondary schools switching to a traditional 7-8 and 9-12 model.
The Holladay Youth Council not only helps the city with various activities, but also teaches teens about the role of local government.
The Volunteers of America (VOA) Utah branch is asking for new and unused underwear for homeless youth. The VOA is hosting an underwear drive at the VOA Youth Resource Center at 888 South 400 West, downtown Salt Lake City, from Sept. 5 through Nov.5.
The Holladay Community Messiah Foundation is hosting the 25th annual “Highlights from the Messiah.”
Relieve pain in the bones and joints with the musculoskeletal relief program at the Holladay Lions Recreation Center.