Photo courtesy Aaron Baker
West Jordan High School is getting some pretty high praise from the State Superintendent of Public Education for working hard to make sure all students succeed. The State Board of Education (USBE) has chosen WJHS as a “Utah High School of Excellence” for closing the opportunity gap for Utah’s multilingual learners.
Jordan School District was among seven school districts recognized for its efforts to provide equitable access and success to coursework that prepares multilingual learners for future success. The USBE is committed to honoring educators who support equitable access to the same educational opportunities offered to English speaking peers.
Congratulations to West Jordan High School! We are proud of your work contributing to the future wellbeing of Utah’s families and communities.
The first COVID-19 employee vaccination clinics were held in Jordan School District on Friday at four middle schools. The District was able to inoculate 2,080 employees in this first round. Thanks to Community Nursing Services (CNS) and District staff for all the hard work and effort that went into making sure the clinics ran smoothly in an orderly process.
We look forward to working with the kind and caring staff at CNS for our upcoming clinics.
Current Board members Darrell Robinson, Marilyn Richards and Bryce Dunford, along with new Board member Niki George officially took the Oath of Office and were sworn in for a four-year term Tuesday evening. Salt Lake County Clerk Sherry Swensen administered the Oath. Friends and family members were on hand to congratulate the Board members on their election and willingness to serve on behalf of Jordan School District.
The election of Board officers was also held with Tracy Miller elected Board President, Bryce Dunford, First Vice President, and Marilyn Richards, Second Vice President.
Do you have concerns about your child’s social and emotional wellness? On, Wednesday, Jan. 20 the Jordan Health and Wellness Team will be providing virtual mental health consultation interviews Appointments will be held every 30 minutes between 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
At this event, licensed professionals will discuss possible mental and behavioral health needs for your child and connect students and families to community resources.
- These screenings are by appointment only. Space is limited.
- Appointments take approximately 30 minutes and the screening tool takes 15 minutes to complete, prior to your appointment.
- Interpreters will be available upon request
Visit the Healh & Wellness Appointment Page to schedule an appointment or contact Jennie Hansen at 801-567-8195 or email@example.com.