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Cottonwood High to host tree festival to help raise funds for Make-a-Wish child

Cottonwood High students have goal to bring in $5,000 this holiday season to support a child in the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Local Skyline High student wins prestigious STEM award

Local Skyline High student Anthony Hill wins prestigious second-place award in the technology category sponsored by the Broadcom MASTERS program and the Broadcom Foundation, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation with its main mission to advance science, technology, engineering and math education by funding research, recognizing scholarship and increasing opportunity.

Swap-A-Heart demonstrates the importance of inclusion

The student body officers and the Be Strong student committee came together to watch a video of the students talking about their diverse backgrounds, passions and unique abilities.

Cross-country course work

A Riverton family takes their daughters’ education on the road for a yearlong tour of the country.

Don’t Be a Monster: Assembly encourages kids to stand up to bullying

Don’t Be a Monster anti-bully assembly teaches students how to prevent and stand up against bullying.

Olympus High Souper Bowl of Caring raises $25,000

Olympus High School students, faculty and staff rallied their school and community to bring awareness to the student hunger problem.

Brighton High’s new peer leadership team honors local fire, police departments

Brighton High introduces peer leadership team, students honor local police and fire departments on 9/11.

Ridgecrest students take to the streets for fitness, fundraiser

Ridgecrest Elementary students run for fun for a school fundraiser.

Cottonwood citizen, business partner, elected officials thanked for supporting school district

Cottonwood Heights citizen, business partner and elected officials are thanked for supporting Canyons School District.

Granite School District Bond to improve facilities on November ballot

New $238M Granite School District Bond on the November ballot set to improve the safety and learning for Granite District students.

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