Through United Way of Salt Lake, Cottonwood students have mock job interviews with local Salt Lake Valley business leaders.
Cottonwood High School's Latinos in Action impacting community through service, activities
While truancy may always be an issue, House Bill 239 was designed to reduce the number of referrals of students age 12 to 17 to juvenile court and instead offer other interventions.
Twenty-five students will perform "The Crucible" at 7 p.m., Friday, March 9; Saturday, March 10; and Monday, March 12. The "black box" theaer will seat about 100 patrons.
The cheer season starts with three-hour morning practices beginning in May and stretching through the summer, working mostly on skills, and then getting into their routines.
Antelope Island field trip provides setting for Brighton High's AP photography and art students' landscape assignment project.
To understand representative government and the electoral process, Brighton High's American Problems students formed political parties, selected candidates from a convention and held a mock presidential election where the community was invited to a town hall before casting their vote.
Cottonwood drill team coaches tell dancers to "win the day" every day as they host region in January and have a goal to return to compete at state.
Canyon View Elementary crossing guard Shirley Crews has been on the job for 25 years and is proactive when it comes to keeping schoolchildren safe.
Canyon School District schools serve community through food, clothing and other drives.