They have a passion for teaching and helping students achieve at the highest levels. Now, these dedicated Jordan School District educators are being recognized by the Utah Council for the Social Studies.
South Hills Middle teacher, Rebecca Kirkman, has been selected as 2018 middle school Teacher of the Year for the Utah Council for the Social Studies.
Eastlake Elementary teacher, Kerry Simi, has been selected as 2018 elementary school Teacher of the Year for the Utah Council for the Social Studies.
Congratulations to these amazing teachers! Keep up the great work.
They are in it to win it!
Three Jordan School District employees are giving it their all, hoping to come out on top in Intermountain Medical Center’s My Heart Challenge: Teachers Edition. The contest challenges educators to get into the best shape of their lives, with better fitness and nutrition programs leading to a heart-healthy lifestyle.
The District is proud to be represented by Bingham High’s Pepper Poulsen, Herriman High’s Dan McLay, and Riverton High School’s Robert Rooley. Best of luck to these amazing educators! The challenge lasts 100 days and winners will be announced on December 5.
Bingham High’s marketing students are getting the entire student body involved in the My Heart Challenge: Teachers and they are proudly supporting Pepper Poulsen in her efforts to win.
WATCH THIS ORIGINAL RAP Bingham Students Wrote and Perform.
She works hard to actively promote and advocate for the arts in Jordan School District and throughout the State of Utah. Now Administrator of Secondary Language and Visual Arts, Mindy Lokey is being recognized as the Utah Art Education Association’s 2018-19 Utah Art Supporter of the Year! The UAEA described Mrs. Lokey as someone who goes above and beyond in helping to promote and nourish the arts in her community. Thank you, Mindy, for your dedication to the artistic education of Utah children. Congratulations on this well deserved award!
It is a prestigious award sponsored by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and this year the award goes to Sunset Ridge Middle School’s Megan Osborn. This talented social studies teacher is being recognized as Utah’s 2018 ‘Gilder Lerhman History Teacher of the Year.’ Ms. Osborn was selected based on her demonstrated commitment to teaching American History, her creativity and imagination in the classroom and for successfully engaging students in learning and loving American History. Congratulations! We are very proud to have dedicated and impactful educators like Megan Osborn in Jordan School District.