There is no rest for crews working hard and fast to finish summer projects at a number of schools throughout the District.
At West Jordan High you can see a new main entrance taking shape where the brand new front office of the school will be located. Here, they are also installing new LED energy efficient lighting in every classroom and completing an HAVC control upgrade. Phase 2 of a parking lot upgrade is also in the works.
We’ll keep you posted on the progress of this exciting remodel at West Jordan High as the new school year approaches. Enjoy a photo gallery on our Facebook page.
It is out with the old and in with the new this summer at Majestic Elementary School. The school, which was built in 1975 is getting some upgrades to enhance the learning experience for students, staff and parents.
Right now crews are tearing out old carpet and installing fresh, new carpet throughout the school. They are also completing a lighting upgrade inside and outside the building along with remodeling restrooms. Finally, a new fire sprinkler system is going in outside on the property.
We are excited about the Majestic makeover and will keep you posted on the progress. Enjoy a photo gallery on our Facebook page.
If you have driven by the site of the new high school in Herriman, you can clearly see it is full speed ahead for construction crews who are making progress every day. While they work on footings and the foundation, underground plumbing, drainage and electrical lines are also going in for the high school.
The new school is located at 14100 S. 4800 West and will open in the 2019-20 school year. Stay tuned, we will keep you posted on progress as construction continues and excitement builds!
Leticia Thomas has earned admiration and respect from teachers and parents for her hard work as a teacher specialist in the Chinese Dual Language Immersion (DLI) program. Now, this talented and compassionate JSD educator is headed to China to share her knowledge and expertise about the American education system and to help train teachers in China who are interested in becoming Chinese Dual Immersion program teachers in the United States. The invitation came in part, from the Chinese Ministry of Education, after word spread about Mrs. Thomas and her unrelenting personal and professional support of Chinese DLI teachers working in the Jordan School District. Mrs. Thomas has been known to help Chinese DLI teachers find safe homes, transportation and has aided in getting them to dentist and doctor appointments, explaining how medical insurance works. Westvale Elementary School Principal, Brenda Anderson will also be a part of the workshop, helping to educate the Chinese teachers about the U.S. education system works.
We are very proud of these distinguished educators for sharing their knowledge and expertise with teachers around the world.