It was created to provide Utah high school students an opportunity to learn, lead and interact with some of the most successful leaders in business, technology, humanities, education and more. We are talking about the Governor’s Honors Academy at Southern Utah University. In this episode of the Supercast, we hear from two Jordan School District students selected to attend the prestigious academy. Find out how it changed their lives, giving them confidence and a head start on the road to higher education with a four-year scholarship.
They donate more blood to ARUP than any other group or organization in the State of Utah. We’re talking about Jordan School District high school students.
On this episode of the Supercast, we visit a blood drive at Copper Hills High organized by HOSA students. We talk to the student donors and find out why CHHS manages to donate a record amount of blood each year and why ARUP couldn’t do their life-saving work without students.
It is a quiet place inside Monte Vista Elementary School where students are learning to identify, express and manage their emotions for a happier, healthier experience at school. On this episode of the Supercast, Stockton, a sixth-grade student at Monte Vista, shares his stress relief routine inside the Wellness Center. It is a room that is impacting the lives of students, teachers and staff in a calm, relaxing and welcoming environment.
They are sewing success one pattern at a time. We’re talking about students in the Fashion Pathways Program at Herriman High School. On this episode of the Supercast, we take you inside the class and find out how some very talented students are using their sewing and fashion design skills making face masks to benefit Special Olympics athletes in Utah.
Under the direction of the Jordan Board of Education, Jordan School District is launching a COVID-19 Data Dashboard. This dashboard will update parents and employees on current COVID-19 case counts so they can make the very best decisions for students, families and themselves.