For an intelligent teenager with an insatiable desire to learn, the world is her oyster.
The “One Pen Can Change the World” Holladay Art Grant was combined with Literacy Week at Howard R. Driggs Elementary, along with partner schools, and celebrated with an Artist Reception at Millcreek Library.
Former Ridgecrest principal and his wife want Philo Farnsworth statue in U.S. Capitol reinstated after Martha Hughes Cannon statue completes its 10-year term.
Brighton High Model UN coach Jim Hodges leads students to national assembly for 20th time.
Cottonwood High students learn “what it takes” through California workshop to be successful in the music world.
Thousands of local high school seniors have their eyes set to graduate this spring. Below is a schedule of information available about area graduations.
Taking a closer a look at what Canyons School District is planning for school safety
Every Butler first-grader who read 100 books by the 100th day of school got to help make an ice cream sundae on top of their principal.
Students across the valley used March 14 to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights standing up against school violence—and in some instances, standing united.
Ridgecrest offers fourth-graders a hands-on opportunity on pioneer activities.