When Principal Meredith Doleac stepped foot inside the new elementary school under construction in Herriman, she was impressed and excited about the progress being made. Ms. Doleac says there are beautiful views of the mountains, bright colors and big collaboration areas in the school, which is a modified Bastian and Golden Fields Elementary School design.
Construction is on schedule with cabinets now going in, painting taking place and the office area taking shape.
The new elementary school in Herriman sits on 12 acres of land at 14120 S. Greenford Lane. It is scheduled to open in the 2019-20 school year.
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Students led by Herriman High School’s very own “Cupid,” Paul Myers, handed out roses to all the female students and staff this Valentine’s Day. Draped in a pink suit covered in white hearts, Paul carried buckets of roses and led a group of boys from all grades through the halls to make sure everyone who wanted a rose received one. Paul spent weeks preparing for Valentines by fundraising money to buy and prepare the flowers to be handed out. Paul says he hopes others will continue this tradition that was started a few years ago by some other students at the school.
Great job to everyone who helped make Valentine’s Day a special one at Herriman High School.
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Hayden Peak Elementary’s 5th-grade students received a lesson in chemistry from The Discovery Gateway’s ‘Reaction Time,’ a free outreach program provided by the State Board of Education. Kids were able to participate in a 30-minute assembly and hands-on lab experiments. During the program kids learning about matter, physical changes, and chemical reactions. Each student received the chance to try experiments and create their own hypothesis.
The halls of Copper Hills High School rang with the sounds of music and cheer as students and staff showed Fox 13’s Big Budah why they were the right pick for this week’s Cool School. CHHS was featured live with performances and interviews throughout the morning on Fox 13’s Good Day Utah. The school’s band, cheer, drill, choir and madrigals showed off their award-winning routines during the morning broadcast. Big Budah also took time during the show to talk with Copper Hills’ basketball and debate teams, and student body officers.
Way to go Copper Hills! You really are a Cool School!
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There will be no makeup day for students for the snow day last week.
Last night, the Board of Education unanimously supported a plan to convert the instructional day to a professional development day for teachers. The decision will be ratified at the Board meeting on Feb. 26.
While there will be no makeup day, we want to make students and parents aware of Utah’s collection of free student online-resources provided through the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN). These online resources can enhance student learning at home in a wide variety of subjects.
Utah’s Online Library provides Utah students access to research sources such as newspaper articles, magazines, professional journals, and eBooks. UETN also supports various web projects, interactive activities, and digital resources aligned to core curriculum.
To access UETN online library, go to onlinelibrary.uen.org.