Are you looking for an internship, a job, or a new career? Join us for the ChamberWest Community Job Fair on Thursday, September 28, from 2 – 6 p.m. at Granger High School, 3580 South 3600 West, West Valley City. There will be more than 85 top employers in various industries looking to hire employees and/or interns, with some doing on the spot hiring. There is NO COST to participate. Come dressed for success! (Business Casual attire)
Jordan School District students can get more information by contacting their school’s Counseling Center.
More details about the Job Fair can also be found at www.ChamberWest.com
Join us in congratulating Riverton High School math teacher Melissa Brown on an amazing accomplishment. Ms. Brown is one of the Utah State finalists for the “Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science,” and is now competing at the national level. Lindsey Henderson from the State Board of Education was on hand at Riverton High School to present the award.
Melissa Brown is one of three finalists from Utah moving onto national competition. We are proud of your accomplishment and cheering you on in the next phase of competition!
It is a peaceful place located just outside Bingham High School’s counseling center. School leaders celebrated the official opening of the “Calm Room” this week. It is a room which provides space for students to reset and adjust during the school day. Students check in with a wellness attendant and then are given access to the room for up to 10 minutes. The room is a perfect example of Bingham High’s prioritization of student well-being, along with academics and physical activity.
The “Calm Room” was made possible, in part, thanks to a grant from the Cook Center for Human Connection.
Thanks to everyone involved for making student health and wellness a priority.
It was a night to remember for South Valley students who gathered for their own homecoming dance. The theme of the dance was “Harvest Moon.” Max Brown, a student at South Valley, was the amazing DJ providing a variety of music for students on the dance floor. There was also a homecoming picture booth and refreshments. Stylists from Taylor Andrews Academy in West Jordan provided free hair and makeup for students attending the dance.
Congratulations to the entire South Valley School team for making such magical moments and memories for students!
Copper Hills High School’s HOSA club and ARUP Blood Services are hosting a Blood Drive on Sept. 20 from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm. This blood drive is open to all community members who meet the following requirements.
To donate blood, you need to be:
- 18 years or older
- No tattoos or piercings within the last three months
- Not been out of the country within the last three months
- Not currently sick
If you are a current student at Copper Hills High School, you must bring a signed parent permission slip to the blood drive and sign up for a time slot on the following link.
Parents and community members don’t need appointments. Please check in at the front office when you arrive at the school.