Calling all cooks and bakers or anyone who likes to spend time in the kitchen with lots of great gadgets.
Don’t miss this year’s Nutrition Services Pan Sale where you will find some amazing deals on new, commercial grade kitchen items. The Pan Sale is open to the public and both credit cards and cash are accepted.
The sale runs Wednesday, October 5 and Thursday, October 6 from noon until 6 p.m. in the auditorium at the Auxiliary Services Building, 7905 South Redwood Road in West Jordan.
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!
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.
It is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government, specifically for K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics teaching. We’re talking about The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Education and Westvale Elementary School STEM teacher Lanette Searle is a finalist competing against educators around the nation.
The award recognizes teachers who have both deep content knowledge of the subjects they teach and the ability to motivate and enable students to be successful in those areas. Since the program’s inception, more than 5,200 teachers have been recognized for their contributions in the classroom and to their profession.
Join us in congratulating Mrs. Searle for this prestigious honor! Best of luck, we are cheering you on.
The first day of school was full of color at Daybreak Elementary as students arrived to a big balloon arch. Administrators and staff lined the sidewalk cheering them on as they made their way to the playground.
The school mascot, Bubbles, was on hand to make sure all students were feeling the excitement of the first day. Parents were thrilled to get pictures with the beloved mascot too!
Teachers greeted students at the playground, where balloons again marked where everyone was supposed to line up. Teachers wore their colorful shirts with the school’s theme reminding everyone to Color Daybreak with Kindness!
Way to go Daybreak Elementary School! Have a fun, kind and successful school year.