It is marching band season and that means a summer of hard work and dedication to music and marching comes to life on the football field and beyond.
On this episode of the Supercast, we take you behind the scenes to show what goes into creating precision and visual performance along with amazing music for students in the Herriman High School marching band.
There are a lot of people who come together to make student safety a top priority in our schools. It is a combined effort on behalf of people who care.
On this episode of the Supercast, we talk to School Resource Officer Mike Ashley about his role in keeping kids safe and how students can help. We also share some ideas for keeping students safe throughout the year when it comes to their mental health and wellness.
It is a new year and a brand-new school for students at Aspen Elementary in South Jordan.
On this episode of the Supercast, Superintendent Anthony Godfrey gets a look inside the newly opened school with a stop in the principal’s office. Then, he has a candid conversation with some 4th grade students about their impressions of the new school and the importance of learning and making new friends.
He is a former University of Utah football player not afraid to tackle any topic or issue when it comes to teens and improving social health.
On this episode of the Supercast, we sit down with Herriman High School teacher and licensed marriage and family therapist David Kozlowski. Find out about a class Mr. Kozlowski created at Herriman High called “Level Up,” which is getting statewide recognition and helping students improve their relationships with family, friends, teachers and others in their lives.