Supercast Episode 14: Keeping Up with The Custodians

Superintendent Godfrey runs the floor cleaning machineWhat is it like to keep schools with more than 56,000 students operating smoothly every single day? In this episode of the Supercast, Superintendent Anthony Godfrey finds out what it is like to be a school custodian by taking on some of the enormous cleaning and operating tasks himself. We also talk to student sweepers about their duties as part of the custodial team and learn how students can apply for the part-time jobs.


Supercast Episode 13: Second Grade Secrets to Making the Perfect Turkey

Students and teachers dressed as turkeysIt is time for Thanksgiving, good food and giving thanks. On this episode of the Supercast, elementary school students share their thoughts on the holiday and tell us how to cook the perfect turkey with all the trimmings.

Happy Thanksgiving from the Supercast!


Supercast Episode 12: Christmas for Kids – A Story of Help & Hope

Sandta and an elf visit with childrenWhile many children and teens take weeks compiling Christmas wish lists, there are students in Jordan School District who want nothing more than a warm coat, a pair of socks or something for their siblings. In this episode of the Supercast, you will hear heart warming stories about the effort to provide “Christmas for Kids” who would otherwise have little or nothing under the tree this holiday season.


Supercast Episode 11: A “Purrr-fect” Program at JATC North

Students take care of a catThere are many options for students interested in classes at the Jordan Academy for Technology and Careers. One program is “purr-fect” for animal lovers. Today we take you inside the Veterinary Science Program where teens are turning their love for furry creatures of all kinds into careers.


Supercast Episode 10: The Bingham High Classroom Turned Landfill

Superintendent Godfrey checks out a prop made of recycled materialsWhy would a classroom at Bingham High School suddenly look more like a landfill? It is all for a good cause as the Bingham High School musical goes green. We’ll hear from students involved in this unique production of ‘Children of Eden’ where all the costumes are made of recycled plastic and other recycled materials.

Children of Eden runs November 22, 23, 24 and 25 at 7 p.m. at Bingham High School with a matinee at 2 p.m. on November 23.