Have you ever wondered what it takes to store everything needed to run a district that spans 6 cities, with 64 schools and more than 56,000 students? Where do we safely store food for our kitchens and cafeterias or furniture, paper and cleaning supplies for our classrooms?
On this episode of the Supercast we take you inside the District’s central warehouse on a fun and fascinating tour with a man who has taken care of business there for 39 years. Find out what Randy Gray has seen come and go throughout the years.
As we head into the new year 2021, Jordan School District is following some new State COVID-19 guidelines, quarantine procedures and plans for students who want to participate in athletics and other extra-curricular activities. On this episode of the Supercast, Superintendent Anthony Godfrey helps students, teachers, staff and parents understand the changes in COVID protocol that will impact our schools moving forward.
Jessi Morton-Langehaug is a passionate educator, athlete, ultra-marathon runner, and parent.
On this episode of the Supercast, the Herriman High School teacher talks about inspiring students by sharing her personal story. Jessi went undiagnosed with Lyme disease for ten years and was told she would never run or compete in another ultra-marathon again because her body was too damaged.
Hear how Jessi defied the odds, not only competing again but recently winning the Moab 240 with the 4th fastest time in history.
Jessi’s story is one of hope and inspiration as we begin the new year.
It is music that will make you smile and warm your heart. On this episode of the Supercast, we share some sweet sounds of the season performed by Jordan School District students. Wishing you the happiest of holidays and a safe, prosperous new year!
“Snow Carol”- South Hills Middle School Advanced Women’s Ensemble
“Sing We Now of Christmas” – South Jordan Middle School 9th Grade Concert Choir
“On Thin Air” – Hidden Valley Middle School Percussion Ensemble
“The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” – West Jordan Middle School’s Combined Choirs
“Rock Ye Merry, Rest Ye Very” – Sunset Ridge Middle School Symphonic Orchestra
“Santa is the Man” – Ms. Madsen’s 6th grade class at Eastlake Elementary School
Have you ever wondered what is the best way to cook a perfect steak? Some students in the ProStart Culinary Program say it’s by using a cast iron skillet. In this sizzling episode of the Supercast, Superintendent Anthony Godfrey heads to Mountain Ridge High School with his brand-new cast iron skillet in hand, ready for a cooking class like no other. The Superintendent was inspired by one student’s idea of having a “Steaksgiving” for Thanksgiving.