Summer Food Service Program: Free Meals for Kids 18-Years-Old and Younger

School Lunch Jordan School District is once again offering a Summer Food Service Program. This program provides nutritious meals free of charge for kids 18-years-old and younger from Monday, June 6 through Friday, August 5. ***There will be no meal service on July 4 and July 25.

  • Breakfast Service: 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
  • Lunch Service: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • Locations:
    • Majestic Elementary School, 7430 S. Redwood Road, West Jordan
    • Heartland Elementary School, 1451 W. 7000 South, West Jordan
    • Oquirrh Elementary School, 7165 S. Paddington Road, West Jordan
    • Westvale Elementary School, 2300 W. 8660 South, West Jordan
    • Columbia Elementary School, 3505 W. 7800 South, West Jordan
  • Summer Food Service Program Flyer

Programa de servicio de alimentos de verano: comidas gratis para niños de 18 años y menores
El Distrito Escolar de Jordan ofrece una vez más un Programa de Servicio de Alimentos de Verano. Este programa ofrece comidas nutritivas sin cargo para niños de 18 años y menores desde el lunes 6 de junio hasta el viernes 5 de agosto. ***No habrá servicio de comidas el 4 y el 25 de julio.

  • Servicio de Desayuno: 8:30 – 9:30 am
  • Servicio de Almuerzo: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
  • Ubicaciones:
    • Escuela Primaria Majestic, 7430 S. Redwood Road, West Jordan
    • Escuela Primaria Heartland, 1451 W. 7000 South, West Jordan
    • Escuela Primaria Oquirrh, 7165 S. Paddington Road, West Jordan
    • Escuela Primaria Westvale, 2300 W. 8660 Sur, West Jordan
    • Escuela Primaria Columbia, 3505 W. 7800 South, West Jordan

Congratulations 2022 Jordan Education Foundation Outstanding Education Support Professionals!

We are proud to introduce this year’s incredible Jordan Education Foundation Outstanding Education Support Professionals. The award recipients were nominated because of the amazing work they do each and every day, work that impacts student learning and success. These individuals foster a positive climate in our schools and help to change young lives with their dedication, love and support.

Thank you for always going above and beyond in the important work you do for students and our schools.

Congratulations to the following award recipients:

  • Korbi Brey – Kauri Sue Hamilton School
  • Kristine Burge – Mountain Creek Middle School
  • Gabi Clayton – River’s Edge School
  • Maricarmen Garcia – Student Services
  • Amanda Hamblin – Special Education
  • Kim Hawkins – Sunset Ridge Middle School
  • Cari Minnesota – Office of Administrator of Schools
  • Kimberly Martensen – Oakcrest Elementary School
  • Marilyn Smith – Office of Administrator of Schools
  • Kim Stafford – Heartland Elementary School
  • Jerri Sume – Copper Canyon Elementary School

ESP Award Winners Posing for a Photo

District Art Teachers Recognized by USBE for Excellence in Arts Education

Join us in congratulating two amazing Jordan School District teachers honored with a Sorenson Legacy Award for Excellence in Arts Education. Westland Elementary School art teacher Lori Nickerson received the award for her excellence in elementary arts integration. Blackridge Elementary School music teacher Joshua Roberts received the award for excellence in music instruction.

The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) supported by a grant from the Sorenson Legacy Foundation honored the educations at a special banquet. The awards recognize distinguished educators who embrace the arts with excellence in their practice at Utah’s public schools.

Congratulations to Lori Nickerson and Joshua Roberts! Keep up the great work inspiring students in the arts.

Congratulations Jordan School District 2022 Class of Retirees

West Jordan High School students sing to retireesIt was a special night as the Jordan School District Board of Education recognized and honored members of the 2022 class of retirees. The Board sponsored a special dinner and the West Jordan High School Madrigals, directed by Keith Evans, performed a selection of beautiful musical numbers for the retirees.

This year, Diane Dennison is the longest serving retiree with 42 years working in Jordan School District as an elementary school teacher. The 2022 class of retirees spent a total of 2,325 years in education.

Congratulations and thank you for your dedication and countless years of service! Your hard work serving students throughout Jordan School District has made a lasting impression on young lives. Best of luck in your retirement.

Aspen Elementary Hosts Fun and Creative Community Night

Aspen Elementary Students Make Crafts with a Staff Member Aspen Elementary Hosts Fun and Creative Community Night

It was a family night out that included everything from fishing, carnival games and winning prizes to sharing information about health and wellness. Aspen Elementary School hosted a fun and creative community night where families could visit a wide variety of booths which provided information about all of the District and community resources available to them. Even police joined in the fun getting to know students and their families.

Thanks to everyone who helped to make the Community Night a great evening out for Aspen Elementary students and their families.