Supercast Episode 170: Holiday Tradition at Herriman Elementary Helps Homeless Children and Teens

Superintendent with service project participants and itemsIt is a holiday tradition started by one teacher at Herriman Elementary School, now helping homeless children and teens throughout the year.

On this episode of the Supercast, find out how a pajama project is bringing comfort to people served by the Road Home Shelter on cold winter nights and beyond.

Supercast Episode 169: Terra Linda Elementary School Students Help Break World Record in Sport Stacking

Superintendent and the stacking studentsIt was a day filled with fun and a focus on the ultimate prize, helping to break the World Record in Sport Stacking.

On this episode of the Supercast, we take you to Terra Linda Elementary School where students joined others around the world in a race against the clock stacking specially designed cups in something called the 2022 STACK UP. Find out how Terra Linda contributed to breaking the world record in a big way.

Supercast Episode 168: Butterfield Canyon Elementary School Students Celebrate Thanksgiving Enjoying “Parents and Pie”

Supercast: Butterfield Canyon Elementary Students Celebrate ThanksgivingButterfield Elementary School teachers have been working hard to create meaningful connections and fun memories with parents this school year.

On this episode of the Supercast, find out how a Thanksgiving performance by third-graders, followed by “Parents and Pie” is bringing everyone together in a sweet expression of thanks and gratitude this holiday season.

Supercast Episode 167: Celebrating National Native American Heritage Month with Fun in the Classroom and Homemade Frybread

Superintendent with Majestic staff celebrating Native American Heritage MonthStudents at Majestic Elementary Arts Academy received a real-life lesson in Native American culture and traditions in their classrooms recently. They were even treated to a taste of homemade Frybread.

On this episode of the Supercast, we head to Majestic along with BYU’s Brenda Beyal. Brenda grew up in New Mexico as part of the Navajo Nation and she shared her incredible story with students celebrating National Native American Heritage Month.

Supercast Episode 166: Crucial Safety Information, What Parents Need to Know About Reunification in a School Crisis

It is a process schools are required to use when they need to conduct a controlled and safe release of students to parents or guardians following an emergency, or other significant disruption to the normal school schedule.

On this episode of the Supercast, we dive into the most important details of Reunification. We’ll explain why understanding how Reunification works can help us get students back home to loved ones in an emergency situation.