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Students Say Thank You to REAL Salt Lake Owner

Picture of students with Dell Loy HansenAt Terra Linda Elementary School students love to play soccer during recess. However, there was a small problem. The school didn’t have enough money to purchase real soccer goals for the game, so students used their jackets as goal posts. But thanks to a donation REAL Salt Lake owner, Dell Loy Hansen, made to the Jordan Education Foundation, the school was able to solve the problem and purchase brand new soccer goals.

On Tuesday, the school invited Mr. Hansen to come and see their new soccer goals and tell him what a difference the goals have made at the school. Mr. Hansen was given tiger socks and was declared and official “Terra Linda Tiger.”

Teachers were featured in a video tribute to Mr. Hansen thanking him for his devotion to making a difference in public education.

Then, Mr. Hansen’s team surprised everyone announcing a new program that will provide $250 classroom grants for teachers in Jordan, Granite and Canyons School Districts.

Thank you to Dell Loy Hansen and his amazing team for making a difference in the lives of students and teachers!

Couple Celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversary By Giving Back to West Jordan High School

Picture of Principal Birch and Mr. and Mrs. ParkSome couples may look forward to a nice dinner out or simply getting together with family and friends to celebrate a gold wedding anniversary, but not Sherri and Bill Park. The Park’s wanted to do something that would make a difference in the lives of others. So, to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary, the Park’s decided to give back to the high school where their daughter graduated from and help students in need at the school.

Sherri and Bill Park recently met with Principal Jim Birch at West Jordan High to present a check for $1,000 dollars. The Park’s decided to donate the money to the school’s lunch program so that students don’t have to go hungry. It was the couple’s way of making their special day one to remember, by sharing their love, in this case with West Jordan High School students in need.

Thank you, Sherri and Bill Park, for opening up your hearts to students.

Nutrition Services says Hearty Meals make for Healthy Minds

Jordan School District’s Nutrition Services Department knows that before kids start learning, they need healthy bodies supported by hearty meals. Recently Katie Bastian, a registered dietitian with Jordan School District, and Herriman High School Kitchen Manager Jodie Bowles went on Fox 13’s The Place and discussed ways the District is focused on healthy meals for every student. From breakfast to lunch, Jordan District Schools make fresh bread and granola available with a variety of healthy fruits and vegetables. Ms. Bastian and Ms. Bowles also shared some easy ways parents can continue healthy eating at home with simple snacks. Watch the video to see three different after-school treats your family will love.

High School Photography Students Head to San Francisco for Opportunity of a Lifetime

Some successful and well-known San Francisco businesses are joining forces with students in Robyn Briggs’ West Jordan High School Photography class in a lesson that will likely be an opportunity of a lifetime for the young teens.

The students will travel to California this week where they have agreed to photograph individual company products in front of dozens of San Francisco landmarks. The students will then share the promotional photographs with the companies, which in turn can use them in professional advertising campaigns on websites, social media and other platforms. The hope is that the connections made with these San Francisco companies will help to jump-start the high school student careers in professional photographic marketing.

Before departing on their trip, the Photography class opened swag bags from the companies involved – letting them know for the first time the products they will be photographing while in San Francisco.