Current Board member Tracy Miller (District 3), along with new Board members Brian Barnett (District 2) and Lisa Dean (District 7) officially took the Oath of Office and were sworn in for a four-year term Tuesday evening. Salt Lake County Clerk Lannie Chapman administered the Oath. Friends, family, local elected officials and members of the community were on hand to congratulate the Board members on their election and willingness to serve on behalf of Jordan School District.
The election of Board officers was also held with Tracy Miller elected Board President, Niki George, First Vice President, and Darrell Robinson, Second Vice President.
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. It is an opportunity to thank law enforcement officers for their service and the important work they do in our communities each and every day throughout the year.
It is also an opportunity to thank school resource officers for the role they play in our schools, serving as important bridges between youth, law enforcement, and the communities they serve.
Our resource officers improve security within our schools and on school grounds, building trust between students and law enforcement.
Thank you to the men and women who serve and protect.
It was an exciting day for students at Copper Hills High School. They have been working with West Jordan City in an effort to rename the street in front of CHHS from New Bingham Highway to Copper Hills Parkway. The effort turned into something of a civics lesson for students who learned how to work with city government to get things done.
The school community is extremely excited about the change, which will recognize and honor the long history of Copper Hills High School and its surrounding areas.
Thanks to West Jordan City Mayor Dirk Burton, members of the West Jordan City Council, and others who helped to make the name change a reality and were on hand to celebrate the occasion.
The CHHS pep band was also a part of the ceremony playing music, along with the Madrigals singing the school song as they unveiled the new street sign.
It was a real-life lesson in creating and marketing a new business. Some Bingham High School students partnered with entrepreneurs in the community to compete in something called “Miner Tank,” based on the reality TV show “Shark Tank.”
On this episode of the Supercast, we take you inside Andrea Call’s CTE Business and Marketing class, where four groups of students competed to get financial backing for their business ideas which included “Germ a Phone,” “My Creature Teacher,” “Dock Hero,” and “Demon Time.” Find out which potential business was deemed best and scored some big financial backing.
The Board of Education cordially invites you to the Oath of Office ceremony and reception for Brian Barnett (District 2), Tracy Miller (District 3) and Lisa Dean (District 7).
The ceremony and reception will be held on Jan. 10, 2023 at 4 p.m. in the JATC South Board Room. For those who cannot attend, the Oath of Office ceremony will also will be shown online at boardmeeting.jordandistrict.org.