A new Medical Innovations Pathway was launched to help guide students into certification in the medical supplies field.
Westminster presents a Kim T. Adamson Lecture in International Studies entitled “High Octane Diplomacy: Foreign Policy Advice for the Next President” by Mike Leavitt on Nov. 1, 2016, at 7 p.m., in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall in the Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory.
Howard Driggs Elementary students celebrated their different families during the annual Family Week.
The Utah School Superintendents Association selected Granite School District’s Martin Bates as Utah Superintendent of the Year for 2016–17.
Wasatch Charter School is the first school in Utah to have its curriculum based on the Waldorf Education Model.
The Community Nursing Services is going to various schools in the Jordan and Granite School Districts offering flu shots.
Local Colleges may lose their accreditations, if decision of Department of Education is upheld through appeal process.
Salt Lake Community College has been awarded a $2.23 million grant under the Department of Education's hallmark Strengthening Institutions program.
As part of the summer reading program, the Holladay City Library hosted an Olympics-themed music program.
Towering over students at six feet seven inches tall, chemistry teacher Dennis Hummer could be intimidating as he questions students’ theories in his deep voice. But parent Jane Metcalf said the Cottonwood High educator is “a remarkable teacher who is one of all the students’ favorites.”