Insurance open enrollment is June 1 through July 31. Enrollment Packets will not be mailed to your home. Information is available on the District Insurance Department page. Benefit presentations will be held May 17, 3:30-5 p.m., at the ASB or June 1, 5 p.m., at the District office. The Health/ Benefits Fair will be held Wednesday, June 8, 3-5:30 p.m., at the ASB.
Contact the Jordan School District Insurance Office 801-567-8255 or 801-567-8146 if you have any questions.
They were serving up lots of laughs as Fox 13’s Big Budah put on a hair net and apron and tried his hand as a lunch lady for a day at Hayden Peak Elementary. Budah learned quickly from lunch manager Sharon Barlow that the proper term for a lunch lady these days is “Advocate for Child Nutrition.” Then he was put to work helping to make lunch, along with homemade fry sauce, but Budah ended up in a time-out for sneaking food and eating on the job. The morning ended with Big Budah serving some students breakfast and leaving the school knowing it is easier to keep his job as a TV funnyman than trying to make it as a beloved lunch lady. Thanks to everyone at Hayden Peak for pitching in to make the morning a success. Enjoy a photo gallery on our Facebook page.
It was an opportunity for Bluffdale students to demonstrate their understanding of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights and they did just that. In the final activity for “We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution,” students participated in a simulated congressional hearing, giving individual speeches about different aspects of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. There were different groups competing like Team Adams, Madison, Washington, Franklin and Jefferson. After the speeches, judges had six minutes to ask the team members questions. This is something students worked very hard on and we couldn’t be more proud of their performances and depth of knowledge. Thanks to the judges, Bluffdale Mayor Derk Timothy, Administrator of Schools Michael Anderson, and Principal Karen Egan who helped to make the simulated hearing a success. Enjoy a photo gallery on our Facebook page.
It’s Teacher Appreciation Day. Who’s your favorite teacher? Thank them!
Josh Burge is in the eighth grade at Joel P. Jensen Middle School, but he hasn’t forgotten the time he spent at Westvale Elementary. That’s why Josh decided to give back by building Buddy Benches for his former elementary. As part of his Eagle Project, Josh collected donations for supplies and organized the building of the benches last summer. When three of the beautiful benches were finished, he brought them to Westvale and presented them to students and staff during an assembly. Thanks Josh, for helping to foster friendships and send an anti-bullying message with Buddy Benches at our schools. Check out more photos on our Facebook page.