Oakwood Elementary School celebrated Grandparent’s Day on Sept. 22 and 23.
Those who thought nothing could top Skyline High School’s production of “Hello Dolly” last fall have another thing coming.
Steve Anderson was the head custodian at Crestview Elementary School for eight years.
The Canyons School District Board of Education has approved a project for the installation of security-door vestibules at the main entrance of all 29 of its elementary schools.
“We know not every student wants to attend a four-year college, and that’s fine. The idea is to get them thinking about and planning for what is right for them.
Across America, children do lemonade stands. In Cottonwood Heights, Grey Burgoyne and his siblings did – for charity. It was Grey’s idea.
16-year-old Olympus High student, Marie Litton,
opens up about what art means to her
Twelve-year-old Ella Sjoblom, a Morningside Magnet Elementary graduate, takes second in the Future Problem Solving International Program
“Tree Utah teaches youth to recognize the importance of trees in our lives and the health of our community. When a student participates in a school planting event, they have a sense of ownership for the tree and feel responsible for its well being,” said Emily Mulligan, education coordinator for Tree Utah.
Salt Lake County Commission On Youth (COY) is a partnership of private, public and religious organizations which annually recognizes through its COY Awards individuals, teens and groups who excel in service to young people.