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Riverton Elementary Students Ride in Style to Lunch

“The students earned a lot of money – thousands of dollars – with the fun run that we held in September,” Tingey said.

Fun Tradition Brings Cheers, Smiles and Gratitude

“Coach Miller had been a part of a BBQ contest at Peterson’s Market in 2010 and one of our students had made the sign for his cooking station.

New Charter School Coming to Herriman

Charter schools are public schools open to all students at no cost. According to the Utah State Office of Education, as of October 2014, there were 110 charter schools in Utah.

Herriman High Student Reaches Across Globe, Proving Her Voice Matters

Representative Mia Love visited the school in March after another student wrote to her. Senior Amelia White wrote to the prime minister of England and received a letter in response.

Jordan School District Bus Driver Awarded “Utah’s Bus Driver of the Year”

Lydia Hart does not feel like she did anything any other bus driver in the situation on that day in March would not have done.

School Staff Works to Turn Treats Into Smart Snacks

Getting kids to eat healthy can be a challenge. In July of 2014, the ‘Smart Snacks’ initiative was introduced to the Jordan School Districts’ Nutrition Services staff.

Charter School Drill Team Takes Swing at Long-Range Fundraising

A big fundraiser like the gold classic is reportedly far more beneficial for the Summit Academy drill team than inundating friends and family with several small fundraisers throughout the year.

Revealing: Insight Offered on Student’s Claim of Forced Public Undressing

Ari Roche was forced at Herriman High School to take off her shirt in a corner adjacent to the line where other students were waiting to take photos, she said.

Riverton native wins prestigious medical scholarship

Holden Wagstaff, a Riverton native, is a recipient of the Dr. Jose Antonio Mijangos, Jr. Scholarship. The scholarship is available only to students entering top medical schools in the United States and covers half the cost of tuition for the four years of medical school.

Special Needs Bike Camp Helps Kids Ride On Two Wheels

Sally and Steve Palmer, parents to 16-year-old Elijah, a young man with autism, has enjoyed many milestones over the years, but riding a bike seemed to be one that eluded them.

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