It was an evening of fun traveling back in time to 1984 when Joel P. Jensen Middle School first opened its doors. Joel P. Jensen recently threw a big birthday bash to commemorate four decades of being a part of the community.
On this episode of the Supercast, we take you inside the 80’s style party where everyone was having fun celebrating 40 years of history, making memories, building friendships, and educating students.
It is a lesson that can drive some student’s buggy, while others are literally eating it up.
On this episode of the Supercast, we head to Mountain Creek Middle School where we find social studies teacher Kristina Meng bringing some creepy, crawly creatures into the classroom. It’s for a lesson on how bugs are considered a culinary delight in some cultures around the world. Join us for a classroom taste test like no other and a lesson students won’t soon forget.
Recently many first-grade classrooms in Jordan School District looked a little more like lively senior centers because students and staff were celebrating the first 100 days of the school year by dressing up as if they were 100 years old.
On this episode of the Supercast, we talk to some very impressive silver-haired students at Silver Crest Elementary School about their 100th day costumes. Find out what they say about the aging process and when someone is considered “old.”
We’re going to start however, with some teachers who also look “aged to perfection” on the 100th day.
Take one listen and you will quickly discover that it is not your ordinary elementary school orchestra…this one is extraordinary.
On this episode of the Supercast, we find out what makes the Welby Elementary School orchestra so amazing with students playing and performing at very high levels. Listen in as we learn about the young orchestra members and their love for musical instruments and making magical music.
They are elementary school students who simply love storytelling and getting in front of the microphone to share their stories with anyone willing to listen.
On this episode of the Supercast, we head to Falcon Ridge Elementary School where a student produced podcast called the Junior Falcon’s is giving everyone involved opportunities to tell stories in a way that is fun and educational, fostering new skills they can take into a future careers.
Find out what happens when we show up to do a podcast, on the Junior Falcon’s podcast.