Students in the popular Nail Tech program at JATC South use not only creativity but their knowledge of chemistry and anatomy to make magic happen in the work they are learning to do.
It turned into a winning combination for Riane Bailey who took first place at Nationals in the Skills USA competition. Prior to that she took first place in the Utah Skills USA competition as well.
Here is a look inside the Nail Tech program and the talented students and instructor who make it such a success.
The Jordan School District Board of Education invites you to attend this informational meeting where you will learn about the boundary change process.
Five new schools will be opening in Jordan School District in the 2019-20 school year and boundary changes to existing schools are necessary in order to establish boundaries for the new schools.
No boundary decisions will be made at this meeting.
Please join us, Thursday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m.
West Jordan High School Auditorium
Excitement is growing for the new middle school in South Jordan. Construction crews made significant progress over the summer months. Large portions of the building are up and work is shifting to the school’s interior. Some classrooms are getting a coat of paint on the walls, while some parts of the building are waiting for roof installation. Part of the parking lot has been paved and crews are working hard to ready the building for winter.
This project will be completed just in time to greet students for the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
Thanks to $1.7 million in state and federal grant money, Jordan School District was able to purchase 36 brand new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) school buses this year. Our fleet of 105 CNG buses saves the District about $630,000 a year in fuel costs. The buses contribute to cleaner air and save taxpayers money.
Here is a look at our CNG School Bus Celebration.