You are invited to a meeting of the Board of Education of Jordan School District on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at the JATC South Campus, 12723 S. Park Avenue, Riverton, Utah. The study session begins at 4 p.m. The Regular Board Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. Patrons may view the general session online at boardmeeting.jordandistrict.org.
Join us at Live in Real Life for a free evening of motivation and music to learn how to transform trauma into triumph. Shawn Vierra and Josh Downs from the LOVE HARD Foundation will speak to teens, their parents and others about transforming past challenges and setbacks into future opportunities and successes. The Band Ofi, an American pop rock band, will present messages of hope, inspiration and motivation through music. The Jazz Bear will make a special appearance!
When: Monday, Sept. 26, 2022 Time: 6 p.m. – Doors & Vendors Open | 7 p.m. – Program Begins (be seated by 7 p.m.) Where:Riverton High School Auditorium, 12476 S Silverwolf Way, Riverton, Utah 84065 Who: Recommended for ages 12+. Teens, parents and anyone navigating trauma or trials in their life should find value in attending the event. Free to attend.
It is the state’s largest two-year college, serving more than 60,000 students, offering 120 areas of study on 10 campuses in Salt Lake County.
On this episode of the Supercast, we sit down with Salt Lake Community College President Deneece Huftalin. Find out how the college is making higher education affordable in ways you may have never imagined. And, how Jordan School District students can benefit from a new SLCC campus in Herriman.
It is a joint effort in kindness and caring that supports students and families in need throughout Jordan School District. Walmart and local church groups stepped up in a big way working with the Jordan Education Foundation to make sure all Principal’s Pantries have the food, clothing, school supplies, snack packs and weekend packs they need to make sure students and families don’t go without as we head into the winter months.
This week schools throughout the District were invited to pick up whatever they need to fill their Principal’s Pantries.
Thank you to everyone involved in supporting the needs of students and their families in Jordan School District. You are making a big difference in the lives of so many.
When the Principal’s Pantry at West Jordan High School needed someone to dry clean dozens of donated coats and prom dresses so that students could use the gently used clothing, a community partner pitched in to help. Working with the Jordan Education Foundation and Robyn Luke, Tide Dry Cleaners in South Jordan volunteered to take the coats and dresses and dry clean them so the clothing can be offered to any student in need this school year.
We appreciate community partners like Tide Cleaners for caring about education and the students we serve. Thank you. The clean coats and dresses will be put to good use!