Happy Valentine’s Day from Jordan School District! Enjoy this video of students from Monte Vista Elementary School singing to residents of the Pheasant Run Alzheimer’s Special Care Center.
This Valentine’s Day will be one to remember for students at Herriman High School thanks to some members of the school’s cross-country team with very big hearts. The team decided they didn’t want anyone feeling left out on Valentine’s Day, so they went to work raising money to buy roses – enough for every girl at Herriman High. In fact, they had enough roses that the team decided to share them, surprising students at Riverton High School as well. The cross country team hopes it will instill in everyone the idea that caring about others is important every single day.
It was a week filled with acts of kindness and fun, inspiring activities. The Jr. Hope Squad at Copper Canyon Elementary School sponsored “Hope Week,” and encouraged everyone to participate. Some of the “Hope Week” activities included putting notes of kindness on every student’s desk and in the hallways, making a Kindness Tree with paper leaves and hearts that had special messages on them and decorating classroom doors.
Congratulations to students and staff at Copper Canyon Elementary for being great role-models and inspiring everyone to be kind.
Please join us for the upcoming Jordan Parent University. This event is free and open to the public and is focused on teens, opioids and vaping. Find out what parents need to know about the serious dangers threatening student safety and hear from experts about combating the growing crisis in our communities.
Jordan Parent University will be held Tuesday, Feb. 18 from 7 – 8 p.m. at Mountain Ridge High, 14100 S. Sentinel Ridge Blvd. in Herriman See you there!
It is a history lesson that some 5th grade students at Blackridge Elementary School won’t soon forget. They boarded a school bus and took a field trip to the Utah State Capitol to participate in a state-wide celebration of Better Days 2020. It was a celebration marking the sesquicentennial of women’s suffrage 150 years ago when Utah extended voting rights to women.
Territorial lawmakers voted unanimously in 1870 – making the beehive state only the second place in the country to allow women to vote after Wyoming.
The Blackridge students participated in a number of activities while at the State Capitol. Better Days 2020 was designed to promote, inspire and help teach young people about Utah’s incredible, trailblazing and pioneering history in the women’s suffrage movement.