They say the best leaders are learners. That’s why a number of Jordan School District principals and school leaders joined others from across the State for the UEN Leading Schools Summit. They all came together for several days of collaboration and inspiration. It was a face to face experience where principals were able to share challenges they are experiencing in schools and then work together on ideas to tackle and overcome those challenges.
It was an opportunity to connect with other principals and gain support of mentors as we prepare for a successful new school year.
We are proud of our principals and other school leaders, always looking for ways to grow and participate in the learning process even over the summer months!
Excitement is building for students, teachers and staff as the brand-new Oak Leaf Elementary School in Herriman prepares to open for the 2022-23 school.
On this episode of the Supercast, we take you inside for a sneak peek at the new school. That’s where we find Principal Ronna Hoffman who is hard at work getting ready to welcome students and preparing her rock star staff for a first year filled with making memories that will live on for a lifetime at Oak Leaf.
As the 2022-23 school year draws near, we invite you to consider Jordan School District’s virtual school options. Enrollment is open NOW for students to attend Rocky Peak Virtual Elementary School, Kelsey Peak Virtual Middle School and Kings Peak High School.
Watch this video to hear what some students and teachers are saying about the virtual learning experience at Rocky Peak Elementary School.
It is an event focused on school bus driver safety and sharpening skills. Dozens of school bus drivers competed in Jordan School District’s “Bus Safety Challenge.”
On this episode of the Supercast, find out how school bus drivers’ skills were put to the test as they snaked their way through a series of traffic cones, navigated a diminishing clearance, curbside parked, conquered an offset alley and more. It was a challenge to help drivers be the best they can be in keeping students safe on the school bus.