Brighton High Dance Company prepares for two December dance performances and another in February.
Canyon View Elementary hosts a safety and emergency preparedness night for the community.
Bonneville Junior High students celebrated National Red Ribbon Week beginning Oct.23, with local guest speakers Brent and Colleen Farr setting the stage for students to take drug-prevention messages seriously. The entire school participated in fun but serious activities to help students learn to make healthy and drug-free choices throughout their lives.
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 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.
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.
A Riverton family takes their daughters’ education on the road for a yearlong tour of the country.
Don’t Be a Monster anti-bully assembly teaches students how to prevent and stand up against bullying.
Olympus High School students, faculty and staff rallied their school and community to bring awareness to the student hunger problem.
Brighton High introduces peer leadership team, students honor local police and fire departments on 9/11.