Congratulations: West Jordan High School Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent of College

Students at West Jordan High School posed for pictures as they signed letters of intent to colleges around the county. Student-athletes who have verbal offers from college coaches make their athletic scholarships official by signing their National Letter of Intent. February 2nd marked the first day of the signing period, and is marked by celebrations, reveals, and often some college gear.

Congratulations to the following West Jordan High School student athletes who participated in the initial signing day and are headed to the following schools:

  • Baseball
    • Kameron Batholomew, Williston State
    • Jack McQueen, Williston State
    • DeAngelo Pavone, Williston State
  • Football
    • Anthony Macedo, Garden City Community College
    • Allan Moea’I, Garden City Community College
    • Aleka Leausa, Southern Utah State University
  • Volleyball
    • Mua Letoi, San Diego Christian College

Honoring a K9 Hero in Our Community

Motorcycle officers line the sidewalk in front of Jordan School District Offices  Police officers from around the State joined in a motorcade procession to honor the life and service of West Jordan Police K9 Maya who was killed in the line of duty. The motorcade was a way for the community to honor Maya as well, and it ended with a moving show of support at Jordan School District’s auxiliary services building following the funeral for Maya.

Maya is described as a loving dog who loved police work.

Thank you, Maya, for your service to our community. Our hearts are with West Jordan Police as they mourn this tragic loss.

Supercast Episode 129: Utah Black History Museum Bus Travels to Valley High School

Superentendent outside the Utah Black History Museum BusIt is a mobile exhibit on wheels featuring educational, inspiring, and informative traveling displays highlighting local and national Black History.

On this episode of the Supercast, we take you to Valley High School where students participated in Black History Month activities involving music, art, fashion and food, along with a special stop from Utah’s Black History Museum Bus.


Local Utah Company Steps Up to Support Needs of Refugee Children in Jordan School District

Picture of team donating beddingThey are families and children often sleeping on the floor without beds, pillows, warm blankets or bedding. The challenges for refugee families are many, but one local company is partnering with the Jordan Education Foundation in Jordan School District to provide some relief.

Beddy’s is a West Jordan based business which produces easy to use, one-piece zipper bedding sets. In an effort to provide bedding to children with urgent, immediate needs in their own community, Beddy’s is donating 150 bedding sets to students and families in the Jordan School District.

The bedding sets will be distributed to refugee and other families in need, along with 200 brand new beds as part of the Foundation’s “Bed ‘R Homes for Kids” campaign, which is changing lives for the better.

Thanks to everyone involved in this project helping students have a better night’s sleep so they can do better in school during the day.

Supercast Episode 128: Exploring Student Experiments at the Eastlake Science Fair

Science Fair students stand with SuperintendentFrom testing the strength of cardboard to the science of discovering the best baseball bat, students hit it out of the park with their experiments at the Eastlake Science Fair.

On this episode of the Supercast, we take you inside the Science Fair to have some fun with students who take their problem-solving projects very seriously.