It was a fun filled morning with KUTV funny man Casey Scott joining the cast of Riverton High’s Mary Poppins. And, when Casey watched them perform a few musical numbers, he was blown away by the enormous talent of everyone involved. The show ends with one last performance Monday night, November 23, at 7 p.m. Here is a clip from 2News This Morning as the cast performs Supercalafragalistic on live TV.
By opting out of having the District print your annual W2 form, you are entered to win one of many prizes. Through midnight on Dec. 16, you can opt out by going to Employee Access (Skyward) under the Faculty & Staff menu. Employees must opt out each year. The Payroll Department will randomly draw names for the prizes on Dec. 17 and notify winning employees on the same day. All prizes must be picked up by 2 p.m. on Dec. 21. Why does the District give this option?
- It saves the District time and money to not print and mail W2s.
- Employees can print it out around mid January, earlier than the District can mail it.
- Dozens of prizes available to win.
We encourage all to participate in printing their own W2 and join in the fun of the prize drawing. Can’t remember how to get into your Employee Access? Call the Information Systems Help Desk at 801-567-8737.
Jordan School District has many amazing and dedicated employees who work tirelessly for children every day. Here is another example. The Utah Association of School Psychologists has recognized the following individuals: Jim Stewart from Copper Hills High received the Lifetime Achievement Award and Betsy Smith from Monte Vista Elementary and West Hills Middle received the Barbara Bennett Excellence in Diversity Award. Congratulations! Thank you for your work and daily contribution to students in the District.
It was a first for the Jordan School District, but it won’t be the last. A ‘Dance Company Concert’ brought the District’s high school dance companies and ballroom teams together to shine in one beautiful performance after another. The choreography had the audience in awe. The dance concert was held at Herriman High and because of its success organizers want to make it an annual event. Enjoy a photo gallery of some of the participants from the West Jordan High Dance Company and Herriman Ballroom Team on our Facebook page.