You are invited to a meeting of the Board of Education of Jordan School District on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at the JATC South Campus, 12723 S. Park Avenue, Riverton, Utah. The study session begins at 4:00 p.m. The Regular Board Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
The Jan. 28 Board meeting agenda is now available on our Board meetings page. You can also use the following links to the printed and detailed agendas.
Please join us for the upcoming Jordan Parent University. This event is free and open to the public and is focused on teens, opioids and vaping. Find out what parents need to know about the serious dangers threatening student safety and hear from experts about combating the growing crisis in our communities.
Jordan Parent University will be held Tuesday, Feb. 18 from 7 – 8 p.m. at Mountain Ridge High, 14100 S. Sentinel Ridge Blvd. in Herriman See you there!
Members of the Board of Education recently met with local elected officials to talk about the Board’s 2020 Legislative Priorities.
The legislative priorities are as follows:
High Quality Instruction
We will continue to encourage quality instruction by providing our teachers competitive salaries, coaching, professional development, support staff, and resources to help our students learn at the highest levels.
- Continue to implement salary options to attract and retain quality teachers
- Remove barriers to competency education
We can best meet the needs of the District with an increase in WPU along with funding for enrollment growth, TSSA, and equalization.
- Increase WPU and funding for enrollment growth.
- Work collaboratively with the Utah Legislature to explore solutions to solve the tax imbalance in a way that ensures appropriate funding for education.
Mental Health and Wellness
We will continue to provide increased access to mental health resources and services along with continuing our health and wellness efforts.
- Continue to provide access to mental health resources and services.
- Support legislation regarding regulation of vaping and e-cigarettes.
We realize the importance of maintaining our focus on school safety and the training of school staff, students and community.
- Allow for local control of school safety options to address unique needs.
We realize the need for continued busing to insure the safety and well being of our students as they travel to and from school and sponsored events.
- Support transportation costs to 85%.
It was a night of saying thanks as students, teachers, staff, parents and members of the community came together to officially dedicate Ridge View Elementary School in Herriman. Student council members led a flag ceremony and members of the Ridge View Elementary choir performed the school song along with “We Can Make the Difference.” Principal Meredith Doleac said great students, supportive parents and amazing teachers are already helping the school create rich traditions and achieve student success. Board of Education President Bryce Dunford thanked everyone who helped to make the new school possible and said it was time to give Ridge View Elementary School back to the community.
A special thanks to Board of Education member Darrell Robinson for delivering the dedication speech.
It was a night to say thank you to everyone who made the opening of the new Mountain Creek Middle School in South Jordan possible. Board of Education President Bryce Dunford told those who gathered that the school opened on time and under budget and now it belongs to the community. He said it is time for students to begin what will be lasting traditions at Mountain Creek. Other speakers said with caring, hard-working administrators, teachers and staff at Mountain Creek, the school is in good hands.
A special thanks to State Representative Susan Pulsipher for delivering the dedication speech.