Guy Chiarenza presents the soccer balls and soccer nets he collected to Providence Hall Elementary administration. (Monica Chiarenza)
Three Herriman High School students placed regionally in the longest-running creative teen contest in the United States.
Five high-school web designers from the Jordan Academy of Technology and Careers won “Best in State” for their wardrobe management app design that caters to the blind and visually impaired.
The Velocity Raptors robotics team presented at the state capitol and competed against other teams throughout the state at a state competition.
Led by Riverton High School students, community members raised awareness of suicide through a group walk.
Lisa Jensen, a psychology teacher and coach at Herriman High School, was nominated for the National Life Group’s LifeChanger of the Year award.
Herriman Elementary School’s principal lifted the ban she placed on football at recess after students created solutions to keep sports safe during recess.
One sixth-grade teacher didn’t want her students to wait until middle school or high school to get exposure to robotics, so she created an early morning robotics club.
Seven local children battling cancer received financial assistance from Riverton schools after Riverton High School’s annual Silver Rush donation drive brought in more than $200,000.
According to school administration, Blackridge Elementary school’s head custodian is redefining what it means to be a school employee.