It was a day to remember for Rosamond teachers, students, staff and parents as they gathered for a parade filled with fun and signs of love and support. The teachers got creative as they cruised through the community signaling the end of a school year which was far from normal. Teachers applauded students and parents on a job well done and let them know how much they are missed.
Thank you, Rosamond teachers, students, staff and parents for supporting each other and celebrating the school community!
It was a morning of mixed emotions as Terra Linda teachers and staff lined up for a fond farewell parade. They waved and congratulated students and parents on a job well done during dismissal and at home learning.
The students and their parents held signs of love and support telling teachers and staff just how much they are missed.
Well done Terra Linda Elementary School!
It was a day the Fox Hollow Elementary School community will remember with pride. Teachers and staff participated in a fun-filled parade, with cars creatively decorated and signs sending messages of love and support. The parade gave students and parents a chance to see their teachers and other Fox Hollow staff members.
It reminded everyone how very much they are missed.
Great job Fox Hollow!!!
It was all smiles and some tears of joy as Oakcrest Elementary School students got to see their teachers in person for the first time in quite a while, during a pretty cool car parade. The teachers wanted to do something to celebrate students and all of their successes during school dismissal and a parade with signs and messages of love and support was a great way to celebrate. The parade was a great way for everyone from school to feel a renewed sense of connection with students and families.
Keep up the great work Oakcrest students, teachers and staff!
Every year some very talented teachers and students are recognized for their work in Career and Technical Education (CTE) throughout Jordan School District. Traditionally, they are honored at a special dinner; however, that could not happen this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Instead, a convoy of cars led by CTE Director Jason Skidmore, his staff, and CTE coordinators hit the road, driving from Taylorsville, all the way to Spanish Fork in order to surprise this year’s CTE Choice Award recipients with yard signs, balloons and caramel apples. What a fun way to celebrate these outstanding educators and students!
Congratulations to the following 2019-20 CTE Choice Award winners:
- Adam Willis – Herriman High School
- Aspen Kesler – Copper Hills High School
- Bryson Bawden – South Hills Middle School
- Ethan Smith – South Hills Middle School
- Hannah Gates – Riverton High School
- Kennadie Clark – Herriman High School
- Macey Call – JATC North/Bingham High School
- Nate Hansen – Mountain Ridge High School
- Olivia Sorensen – JATC South
- Ryker Boot – Riverton High School
- Taelor Davenport – JATC North
- Talon Twitchell – West Jordan High School
- Brandon Palmer – JATC South
- Carly Stirland – Oquirrh Hills Middle School
- Dannel Porter – Mountain Ridge High School
- Janae Dunn – Bingham High School
- Jacob Cope – Fort Herriman High School