Some students in Jordan School District will have one less thing to worry about as the colder weather sets in thanks to the kindness and compassion of Calvary Chapel Salt Lake. After learning there was a need for shoes in some of our middle and high school Principal’s Pantries, Calvary generously donated 500 pairs of brand new Kuru shoes for JSD students in need. The donation, worth thousands of dollars, will go a long way for students worried about not having proper shoes to get through the fall and winter seasons.
Thank you to everyone at Calvary Chapel for their kindness and helping to meet the needs of students so they can concentrate on learning in our schools.
They work tirelessly to support students in schools throughout Jordan School District and we are so proud of the tremendous impact these professional men and women have on students each and every day. We are talking about school guidance counselors.
Recently, some of them decided it was time to send a message to students through song in their attempt at SCHOOL COUNSELOR CARPOOL KARAOKE while cruising the parking lot at Riverton High.
Watch this and enjoy!
It is not everyday you get to perform before a crowd of 18,000 people at an NBA game – but that is exactly what a group of South Jordan Elementary School students will soon be doing.
The 4th, 5th and 6th graders have been invited to perform the National Anthem at the Utah Jazz Game at Vivint Smart Home Arena. The students, under the musical direction of teacher Scott Knight, will perform the National Anthem a capella. It is a performance that will honor America and the men and women who serve or have served our country.
The performance is on Wednesday, October 16 – the Jazz take on the Portland Trail Blazers.
We are very proud of these students and their hard work. We wish them the very best of luck at the Jazz game!
Watch this video of their recent rehearsal.
If you are looking for an affordable haircut, manicure, pedicure or acrylic nails done, we have students excited to provide the services. They are all enrolled and training in the JATC South Barbering, Hair Design and Nail Tech courses.
The students offer a variety of haircuts and styles along with nail services as part of their course work.
Barbering, Hair Design and Nail Tech students will be taking clients on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. starting in November. Appointments are made depending on availability and process.
Call 801-412-1311 for a hair appointment or call 801-412-1325 or 801-412-1316 for a nail appointment.
Here are a few examples of the student costs:
- Manicure or pedicure with polish – $6
- Acrylic Nails – $16 – Colored Acrylics – $5 per color
- Haircut and style – $5
- Updo – $8
- Highlights or foiling – $25+
- Beard Trim – $2
Jordan School District is excited to announce the debut of our first-ever podcast. It’s called the Supercast, hosted by Superintendent Anthony Godfrey. The Supercast will feature students, teachers, staff, parents and more as the Superintendent travels in schools throughout the District collecting interesting stories to tell and experiences to share. The Supercast will address topics important to parents. It is designed to educate, inform and hopefully even entertain you.
You can subscribe and listen to the Supercast through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Spotify or your favorite podcast app. Join us on the Supecast. Let’s have some fun and stay informed together.