They will be running, climbing, jumping, crawling, and making their way through mud, all to benefit kids in the classroom.
On this episode of the Supercast, we dive into the Jordan Education Foundation’s Challenge Obstacle Run which is being held on Saturday, May 14 at Veterans Memorial Park in West Jordan. Find out why it has become one of the most popular obstacle runs in the state resulting in fun for families and a big win for teachers in Jordan School District.
He put his thoughts into words in a high school essay assignment several months in the making.
On this episode of the Supercast, a Riverton High School student, his mom, and teacher share some powerful lessons learned from the essay assignment. And we find out how one caring and compassionate teacher is impacting lives.
It is an academic program that has been getting Utah kids excited about history for thirty years. We’re talking about the Utah History Fair.
On this episode of the Supercast, we find out how some Daybreak Elementary students used their knowledge and talents to take first place and qualify for the State History Fair competition. It is a competition that involves more than 10,000 students from Utah, proving that the process of learning about history is a whole lot of fun.
You could say they are in a class of their own. On this episode of the Supercast, meet two award winning teachers who go above and beyond every single day. They are educators credited with changing lives and having a significant impact on their school communities.
They are out in the rain, sleet, snow, and ice, protecting students from harm. We’re talking about school crossing guards.
On this episode of the Supercast, we meet one of the many heroes helping to get students safely across busy streets to and from school each and every day. Hear how one amazing crossing guard recently saved a young life.p>