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Teachers and schools rewarded for technology certification

Teachers who earned their technology certification were rewarded with Chromebook or iPad labs.

Music teacher resigns amid elective concerns

Orchestra teacher Keith Davis resigned from Butler Middle School after voicing concerns over elective requirements.

Charity dance captures the heart

The annual Art with Heart dance performance took place on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Grand Theatre in Salt Lake City. Proceeds from the performance benefit Shriners Hospital for Children.

Third-graders at Upland Elementary pay tribute to veterans

Third-grade students at Upland Terrace Elementary held a special flag-raising ceremony outside the school. On the cool but sunny fall morning, the students raised the American flag and held their hands over their hearts for the pledge.

Butler students dress up for Red Ribbon Week

Students at Butler Middle School celebrated Red Ribbon Week from Oct. 17–19 to raise awareness about drugs, alcohol, tobacco and related violence. Students were encouraged to wear different attire to show support for preventing drugs each day of the week.

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.

 

 

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