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Hope mentors help students prevent suicide

Hope Squad students from Lone Peak High School talked to peers from around the state about suicide prevention. The session was one several lectures at the Utah PTA Vital Issues/Advocacy Conference.

Brighton community rallies and army of support for Ashtyn

Ashtyn Poulsen has had a long battle with cancer. Now, at age 15, Ashtyn attends Brighton High School and the school community has joined her army of support.

Tumult for many for-profit colleges, why students still attend

ITT Technical Institutes closed its doors in September after receiving sanctions from the U.S. Department of Education, leaving Utah students in a lurch.

St. John Middle School students learn about wildlife, ecology at Teton Science School

St. John students learned more than science during their three days at Teton Science School.

Two paws up for great dads in Watch DOGS

Spring Lane Elementary’s Watch Dogs program brings dads into the classrooms.

School community council training guides stewardship over student funding

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.

Elementary schools in Granite adopt Wonders Reading program to meet literacy standards

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.

Skyline Network forges ahead with grade reconfiguration

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.

Bella Vista Elementary students learn to code in Techniteers

Approximately 12 to 14 students in grades four and five were accepted to the Techniteers program at Bella Vista Elementary.

Will voting yes on Amendment B offer more money for students?

Salt Lake County residents will vote on Amendment B during the November election. The amendment focuses on how School LAND Trust monies are invested and distributed.

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