Wondering what makes a debate team great? According to Brighton High School debate coach Jim Hodges, sometimes it comes down to being “just that good.”
For parents, teachers and friends hoping to support a child with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome, learning the right skills and finding the best resources can be challenging.
Brighton High School’s theater department used a series of special effects in their performance of “The Giver.” The play, which ran through the end of February, is based on the best-selling book by Lois Lowry.
Children at Ridgecrest Elementary rang in the Chinese New Year during a special assembly on Feb. 22.
There are some new faces this year at Butler Elementary School. Students will see them walking the halls, playing at recess and sitting with them at lunch.
During halftime of Olympus High’s home basketball game on Jan. 29 against Skyline High School, the Olympus Foundation honored two alumni who have gone on to distinguished academic careers.
Students at Skyline High School took on the difficult task of performing in “Bang, Bang You’re Dead” on Jan. 29 and 30.
Thanks to a motivated teacher with a passion for exploring the world, the Viking Robotics Club at Bonneville Jr. High will spend second semester building the SeaPerch ROV, an underwater vehicle designed to teach students basic engineering and science skills.
Fourth- and fifth-grade students at Canyon View Elementary showed off what they learned about the scientific method during the school’s first science fair.
For many girls, attending school is a regular part of their weekday routine.