Todd and Dawn Monson, of Riverton, have taught nearly 16,000 students during their careers, inviting each of them to find science all around them.
One fifth-grade teacher at Bluffdale Elementary School holds a mock congressional hearing for her students each year.
Build a rocket out of household materials. Design a calibrated mechanical device that uses energy from a falling mass to transport an egg as close as possible to a barrier without cracking the egg.
Olivia Casper, Grayson O’very and Logan Johnson said they were surprised to find themselves competing against the best of the best in the final medals round of the state theater competition.
Katie Chandler said she never thought she’d see her daughter go to prom. At 2 years old, Allie was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome, a genetic mutation that affects brain development.
A Holocaust survivor visited two Riverton schools to share his story of “five years in hell on Earth” and encourage students and community members to “shout out” in love for the six million voices silenced in the genocide he witnessed firsthand.
Tanner Roth, 11, said he’s ready to be on the Herriman City Planning Commission.
The Oquirrh Hills Middle School auditorium filled with spectators as young actors and actresses from Southland Elementary took the stage to perform “The Adventures of Lewis and Clark,” a musical journey about the famous exploring duo from American history.
Butterfield Canyon Elementary had plenty of programs to help students who had fallen behind but few programs to help students to get ahead, until the school community council started funding more than 17 enrichment programs.
Riverton High School’s newest competing ensemble gives percussion students the opportunity to perform year-round.