Election of Officers and Oath of Office for Board of Education Members

Current Board member Tracy Miller (District 3), along with new Board members Brian Barnett (District 2) and Lisa Dean (District 7) officially took the Oath of Office and were sworn in for a four-year term Tuesday evening. Salt Lake County Clerk Lannie Chapman administered the Oath. Friends, family, local elected officials and members of the community were on hand to congratulate the Board members on their election and willingness to serve on behalf of Jordan School District.

The election of Board officers was also held with Tracy Miller elected Board President, Niki George, First Vice President, and Darrell Robinson, Second Vice President.


Oath of Office & Reception

Board of Education Oath of Office InvitationThe Board of Education cordially invites you to the Oath of Office ceremony and reception for Brian Barnett (District 2), Tracy Miller (District 3) and Lisa Dean (District 7).

The ceremony and reception will be held on Jan. 10, 2023 at 4 p.m. in the JATC South Board Room. For those who cannot attend, the Oath of Office ceremony will also will be shown online at boardmeeting.jordandistrict.org.

Philosophy of Instruction Policy Open House

The Jordan School District Board of Education is seeking public input on possible revisions to Administrative Policy D200 Philosophy of Instruction. This policy is being merged with AA410 Controversial Issues.

The Board will hold an open house to receive input on Tuesday, August 30, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Riverton High in the school’s tech atrium. Riverton High School is located at 12476 S. Silverwolf Way (2700 West).

Truth in Taxation

The Jordan School District Board of Education will hold a Truth in Taxation hearing on Tuesday, August 2 at 6 p.m. at Riverton High School to consider increasing taxes. This will be an opportunity for public comment on the tax increase.

  • Why Raise Taxes?
  • The money will be used for teacher and staff pay.
  • The money will provide additional supports for teachers in the classroom.
  • Property taxes are not adjusted for inflation and the District’s operating costs continue to rise each year.

The tax increase will amount to $43 per year per $100,000 home value. That is approximately $22 a month on a home valued at $600,000.

Jordan works hard to use resources efficiently and to provide a world-class education for students and a supportive work environment for all employees.

For more information about Truth in Taxation and facts about District finances, visit our Financial Facts from the Board of Education page.