Free Social and Emotional Wellness Screening for Students Ages 10-18

Do you have concerns about your child’s social and emotional wellness? On January 26, 2022, the Jordan Health and Wellness Team will be providing virtual mental health consultation interview appointments every 30 minutes between 3:30 and 7 p.m.

  • At each event, licensed professionals will:
    • Discuss possible mental and behavioral health needs for your child.
    • Connect students and families to available community resources.
  • These screenings are by appointment only. Space is limited.
    • Appointments take approximately 30 minutes and the screening tool takes 15 minutes to complete, prior to your appointment.
    • Interpreters will be available upon request.
  • Visit to schedule an appointment.

Free Mental Health Screenings on Jan. 26. Thirty minute appointments are open from 3:30 to 7 pm. Virtual appointments via zoom or google meet. Licensed professionals will discuss results of screener, discuss possible mental and behavioral health needs, and connect students and families to available community resources. Space is limited. Hablamos espanol. Scan QR code to register.

JATC Teacher Education Program Enrollment Now Open

Leave your Mark! JATC Teacher Education Program is now enrolling students. Earn 8 concurrent enrollment credit hours in FHS 1500 Human Development, EDU1010 Orientation to Education and SPED 1000 Principals of Effective Peer Teaching. Apply today at jordantech.orgIs your high school student dreaming of a career in education shaping the lives of future students? Help them fulfill that dream by having them sign up for JATC’s Teacher Education Program. While taking the course, they will earn eight concurrent college enrollment hours, which will help propel them towards their future career in education.

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The priority deadline is February 28, 2022.

Walmart Joins Effort to Provide “BED’R HOMES FOR KIDS”

Picture of group with pillows and beddingIt is an effort to make sure Jordan School District students and families sleep a little easier at night. The Jordan Education Foundation launched a new project called “BED’R HOMES FOR KIDS.” The goal is to provide 200 new twin beds for students and families in need.

Now Walmart is stepping in to help. This week representatives from more than a dozen stores showed up to donate bedding, warm blankets and pillows to go along with the beds.

Getting beds to students who may have never had one, will give them a chance at a good night’s sleep and help them to better concentrate in class at school.

Thank you to Walmart and everyone involved in this project, which will improve the lives of students and local families in our communities.

Supercast Episode 122: Keeping Kids Safe on Social Media

Superintendent stands outside the Copper Hills Wellness CenterIt is a challenge facing many parents these days. How to keep kids safe on social media. On this episode of the Supercast, we have a candid conversation with one school psychologist who is working hard to educate parents and others about protecting kids and building trust when it comes to the safe and smart use of social media.

Herriman High Students Create Short Films in Chinese

Screen grabs from Herriman High School MoviesStudents from Herriman High School in the University of Utah Chinese Bridge Program created short Chinese language films with subtitles in both English and Chinese. The films took home awards at both a Jordan District film festival and Herriman High School film festival.

Great job, students, for creating such great films that audiences can enjoy in multiple languages.

You can watch each of the short films with the YouTube links below.