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What makes a state champion in Utah high school sports?

Does enrollment, graduation rates or socioeconomics make a bigger difference when determining what schools succeed in the sports arena?

There's been an outbreak in Utah schools... a kindness outbreak

Utah schools are choosing kindness and inclusion as the theme for the school year.

Football teams see a decrease in participation

As teams notice a decrease in players, they wonder why and what they can do about it. Some schools are combining teams.

This halftime routine is anything but routine

Riverton football’s halftime show routine was one to remember.

Bluffdale’s Old West Pickleball Tournament

Different brackets for different skill levels made the tournament fun for everyone.

Morgan takes the helm of Riverton football

Riverton has introduced its fourth football coach in five years. Jody Morgan is taking over a program struggling to regain its identity, but he wants its players to know he is in it for the long haul.

Riverton asks residents to immediately cut water use by 25 percent

Riverton officials have asked residents and businesses to cut water usage by 25 percent. Though the reduction is currently voluntary, officials are exploring options to penalize those who do not comply.

Time travel made possible in middle school classroom

Take a virtual reality field trip virtually anywhere, anytime.

Food is a ‘principal’ concern for Jordan School District

All 57 schools in Jordan District have a Principal’s Pantry to provide students and their families with food.

Jordan School District teachers begin to see better salaries

The raise includes an $875 step increase for every teacher and a $2,500 cost-of-living adjustment for every licensed employee for a total raise of $3,675.

 

 

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