It is back to the books for the 15 year-round elementary schools in Jordan School District and we want to wish everyone a warm welcome back! Teachers, custodians, office staff and principals worked hard to make the schools and classrooms fun and inviting for students on their first day back. Parents too did their share of hard work getting children everything they needed for back-to-school. Good luck to everyone on a successful and productive school year. Together let’s strive for the best in education for our young people every day. Enjoy a photo gallery of back-to-school on our Facebook page.
Click here to see how excited Nemo was!
They have been working long and hard in the hot summer sun all week long. Now, nearly 300 students from marching bands in all five District high schools are ready to perform before tens of thousands in the Days of ’47 Parade in downtown Salt Lake City. These amazing kids have come together to form one BIG BAND and have managed to perfect their combined musical skills in just four days. We are so proud of everyone involved. Good luck! Go to our Facebook page to enjoy the sights and sounds of the marching band as they wind through the side streets of Riverton for their final rehearsal.
The July 28 Board meeting agenda is now available on our Board meetings page. You can also use the following links to the printed and detailed agendas.
They will make history in the Days of ‘47 Parade as the largest district combined high school band to march its way through downtown Salt Lake City on July 24th. All five high schools in Jordan School District have come together to form one really BIG BAND with nearly 300 members. On Thursday, the bands final practice will weave its way through several neighborhoods in and around Riverton High School. This will be a colorful display of students from Bingham, Herriman, Riverton, West Jordan and Copper Hills High combining their talents with nearly 100 flag bearing color guards. Stay tuned, more pictures and video to come. Enjoy a musical slide show of these talented students on our Facebook page.
What happens when a teacher uses her passion for helping others to inspire an entire school? You find the answer at Monte Vista Elementary School where students have been ‘Walking For Wishes’ for six years now, making dreams come true for children with life-threatening illnesses. Here is the ‘Pay It Forward’ story that aired on KUTV 2 about Monte Vista. We are very proud!