Taking a closer a look at what Canyons School District is planning for school safety
Every Butler first-grader who read 100 books by the 100th day of school got to help make an ice cream sundae on top of their principal.
Students across the valley used March 14 to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights standing up against school violence—and in some instances, standing united.
Ridgecrest offers fourth-graders a hands-on opportunity on pioneer activities.
Butler Middle and Brighton High students were encouraged to speak up about their passions during Parent-Teacher-Student Association Day at the capitol.
Butler Middle hosts Chinese New Year activities to teach students about Chinese culture and traditions.
About 100 area high school students learned from professionals during Canyons School District’s annual career and technical education job shadow day.
Early intervention services for developmentally delayed babies birth to 3 are a necessary, convenient and affordable services, yet underused in our community by DDI Vantage.
With the backing of a community, Aladdin hits the stage
In her first year at Wasatch Jr. High, drama teacher Natalie Dallimore and her students are pulling out all the stops for “The Lion King Jr.”