The theater department at Riverton High School is bringing two new Disney worlds to life with the pilot productions of ” Squirrel Girl Goes to College” and “Subatomic a Stature Play.” Last spring, Disney contacted Mr. Eaton and Ms. McGuire in the school’s Performing Arts Department about bringing two “secret” Marvel Comics projects to the stage. The challenge for staff was that they did not receive details about the productions or scripts until August 1st. After the performances, the high school’s theater department will report back to Disney and Marvel about the student’s experiences and how the audience reacted to the plays.
You can catch ” Squirrel Girl Goes to College” and “Subatomic a Stature Play” on Friday, September 13th at 7:00 pm and Saturday, September 16th at 7:00 pm at the Riverton High School Auditorium.
The new Mountain Point Elementary School in Bluffdale unveiled their school mascot and colors during a fun school-wide celebration. Dynasty Athletics dance group helped students open large wrapped boxes filled with balloons that revealed the new school colors of light blue, black and white. The new mascot, a puma, showed off the school’s new t-shirts that were donated by Hughes General Contractors. At the end of the assembly, each student was able to take home a T-shirt and other school swag.
Thank you to everyone who made today’s unveiling a success.
Students and staff at South Jordan Middle School honored the memories of everyone impacted by the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks with a morning “Sunrise Salute.” The program featured Mr. Kidd’s Choir students singing patriotic songs with over a dozen local first responders in attendance. The salute also featured thoughts and memories from staff on this day 18 years ago.
Thank you, South Jordan Middle School, for showing gratitude to those who serve and protect us every day.
South Jordan Mayor, Dawn Ramsey, recently took the time to visit South Jordan Elementary School and Bingham High School for something called City Jobs with the Mayor. It is a video series where the Mayor gets to know and participate in various jobs throughout her city. This upcoming segment will show how South Jordan City helps keep children safe throughout the school year. The video will focus on crossing guards, school resource and D.A.R.E. officers.
We appreciate communities like South Jordan working with Jordan School District to keep our students safe.
Thanks for stopping by Mayor Ramsey! We look forward to seeing the school safety episode of City Jobs with the Mayor.
Watch what happens when students at Foothills Elementary School agree to join Jordan School District in delivering an important message about safety on the school bus.
Thanks to school bus driver Barry Paulsen, JSD Transportation and Foothills Elementary students, staff and parents for helping to make this safety video possible.
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