When the Principal’s Pantry at West Jordan High School needed someone to dry clean dozens of donated coats and prom dresses so that students could use the gently used clothing, a community partner pitched in to help. Working with the Jordan Education Foundation and Robyn Luke, Tide Dry Cleaners in South Jordan volunteered to take the coats and dresses and dry clean them so the clothing can be offered to any student in need this school year.
We appreciate community partners like Tide Cleaners for caring about education and the students we serve. Thank you. The clean coats and dresses will be put to good use!
They were competing against some of the most talented runners in the nation at one of the most prestigious races in the country. The Herriman High School boys cross country team is celebrating after a big win at the Woodbridge Invitational Cross Country Classic over the weekend.
The boys team took the title in the 3-mile Sweepstakes Race, making history as the first Utah team to ever win the race at the Woodbridge Invitational. Coach Doug Soles said he is very proud of his team this year, calling the runners an amazing group. The boys team is already ranked in the top ten in the nation and their ranking will likely go even higher after this big win.
The Herriman High girls cross country team made their coach and fans proud as well, placing 20th overall in the competition.
Congratulations to the Herriman High School cross country team along with Coach Soles. Best of luck at the upcoming State competition, we are cheering you on!
She is a two-time Utah State Champion female wrestler, a five-time All-American, and placed in the top six at three national wrestling competitions. Now, Copper Hills High senior Anya Hatch can add World Wrestling top-ten champ to her list of accomplishments. To make her story even more incredible, Anya joined the sport of female wrestling just shy of two years ago.
Anya’s father, Jay Hatch said his daughter represented her native country of Tonga in the World Wrestling Championships, which were held in Rome at the end of July. She made history as the first female Tongan to wrestle at the world event. Anya placed 10th in her weight class, a truly amazing accomplishment.
Now, Anya is back home in Utah preparing for the upcoming wrestling season with about 23 teammates at Copper Hills High School.
Congratulations, Anya. We are proud of your accomplishments and wish you much success in the future!
Last week, Mountain Creek Middle School students showed their school spirit by spelling out the school initials with their bodies. Drone pilot Jason Yeaman took the photos, and the school’s choir and the band helped the students form the letters.
What a unique and fun way to get your whole school involved in an event. Keep up the great work, Mountain Creek Middle.
It is a chance for the District and community partners to connect students and parents with resources they might not otherwise know about.
The Fall Family Fair will feature dozens of departments in Jordan School District. Nurses will provide health screenings, while math, literacy, STEM, digital learning and other teacher specialists will oversee academic activities and share helpful learning strategies. In addition, the Jordan District Health and Wellness Team will share their knowledge and provide community resources for families. Other partners include the Salt Lake County Library, gang prevention specialists, and community outreach groups.
There will also be food trucks, fun games and prizes. Don’t miss out!
Join us from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Viridian (West Jordan City Library) 8030 S. 1825 West, West Jordan.