They didn’t hesitate to come to the rescue when a Jordan School District teacher found herself in a serious situation while driving along Bangerter Highway on her way to work.
On this episode of the Supercast, meet Trevor Bradley and Sean Vick, ground crew employees in Jordan’s Facility Services Department. Find out how the two men saved the stranded teacher with a small child in the car, fearing for her safety on the side of the road. And, what happens when we bring the three together for a sweet reunion.
It is a fun before-school program fostering curiosity and creativity in students at Eastlake Elementary School.
On this episode of the Supercast, we hear from members of the “Young Poets Society,” and have them read some of their original works. It is a society sparking a strong passion and appreciation for reading and writing poetry.
They are a valuable resource for families dealing with complicated challenges involving stress, depression, anxiety, even suicide.
On this episode of the Supercast, we sit down with the Cook Center for Human Connection to find out how they are helping families access some of the very best programs available in fostering strong mental health. They are a force for good in the community and Jordan School District is a partner, hoping to help families in need of life-saving services.
She is living her dream, working as a special education teacher at South Jordan Middle School, making a difference in the lives of students every day.
But Lauryn Macedone saw another dream come true not too long ago, when she was a contestant on the wildly popular show “The Voice,” selected to be a part of Alicia Keys’ team.
On this episode of the Supercast, we meet this superstar teacher and musician who has a heart of gold and a voice that turned heads around the nation, and turned the chairs of three judges on “The Voice.”
March is National Women’s History Month, a time to recognize the vital role of women in American history.
On this episode of the Supercast, we find out how schools are celebrating, and we sit down with a strong woman in our school community making history in her own right. Meet Dawn Ramsey, President of the Jordan Education Foundation and the first female mayor of South Jordan City.
But first, we stop by West Jordan Middle School where Martha Hughes Cannon, the first female State Senator in the United States, is celebrated on morning announcements.