The following are new administrative assignments:
New Assignments effective July 1, 2022:
- Frederico Rowe, staff assistant in Teaching and Learning appointed Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Officer.
- Ami Shah, assistant principal at West Jordan Elementary appointed Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Consultant.
- Amanda Bollinger, staff assistant in Special Education appointed staff assistant in Teaching & Learning, replacing Frederico Rowe.
- Brian King, principal at River’s Edge appointed staff assistant in the Special Education Department, replacing Amanda Bollinger.
- Melanie Dawson, assistant principal at River’s Edge appointed principal at River’s Edge, replacing Brian King.
- Angela Hamilton, assistant principal at Bastian Elementary and Butterfield Canyon Elementary appointed principal at Antelope Canyon Elementary, replacing Tami Bird who is retiring.
- Jay Eads, assistant principal at Mountain Point Elementary and Westland Elementary appointed principal at Butterfield Canyon Elementary, replacing Michelle Peterson who is retiring.
- Amber Allen, BYU intern facilitator at Mountain Point Elementary appointed assistant principal at Bastian Elementary and another elementary to be determined.
- Leilani Brecht, assistant principal at Silver Crest Elementary transferred to assistant principal at Butterfield Canyon Elementary and Silver Crest Elementary, replacing Angela Hamilton.
- Nathan Price, assistant principal at Riverside Elementary transferred to assistant principal at Oak Leaf Elementary and Mountain Point Elementary, replacing Jay Eads.
- Connie Bailey, assistant principal at South Jordan Middle transferred to assistant principal at Riverside Elementary, replacing Nathan Price.
- Kami Taylor, consultant in Teaching & Learning transferred to assistant principal at South Jordan Middle, replacing Connie Bailey.
- Brandon Larsen, band teacher at Herriman High appointed assistant principal at Elk Ridge Middle, replacing Shelly Gottfredson who is retiring.
- Amy Lloyd, assistant principal at Copper Mountain Middle transferred to assistant principal at Sunset Ridge Middle, replacing Tiffany Cooke who is retiring.
- Matt Lindsey, assistant principal at West Hills Middle transferred to assistant principal at Copper Mountain Middle, replacing Amy Lloyd.
- Tim Brooks, assistant principal at Mountain Creek Middle transferred to assistant principal at West Hills Middle, replacing Matt Lindsey.
- Michael Wilkey, school counselor at Herriman High appointed assistant principal at Mountain Creek Middle, replacing Tim Brooks.
- Sally Wilde, administrative intern at Bingham High appointed assistant principal at Bingham High, replacing Jim Groethe.
- Stewart Hudnall, assistant principal at Herriman High transferred to assistant principal at Bingham High, replacing Michael Farnsworth.
- Michael Farnsworth, assistant principal at Bingham High transferred to assistant principal at Copper Hills High, replacing Glen Varga.
- Glen Varga, assistant principal at Copper Hills High transferred to assistant principal at Riverton High, replacing Glen Richins.
- Glen Richins, assistant principal at Riverton High transferred to assistant principal at Herriman High, replacing Stewart Hudnall.
Proud parents, families, and teachers filled the Tech Atrium at Copper Hills High School to watch 14 student athletes sign letters of intent to attend colleges and universities after graduation. The students will go on to play sports at each of the schools.
Congratulations to the following Copper Hills High School student athletes who participated in the signing day.
- Olivia Spear is headed to Snow College and pursuing a degree in health care.
- Girls Basketball
- Amelia Brady is headed to Dominican University of California and pursuing a degree in computer science.
- Boys Basketball
- Luke Moir is headed to Umpqua Community College and is pursuing a degree in business management.
- Boys Lacrosse
- Logan Kofford is headed to Westminster College and is pursuing a degree in engineering.
- Trevor Martin is headed to William Penn University and is pursuing degrees in sports management & sports psychology.
- Brady Wardle is headed to Utah Tech University and is pursuing a degree in athletic training.
- Hayden Salway is headed to Utah Tech University and is undecided on a major.
- Track and Field
- Brielle Davis is headed to Idaho State University and is undecided on a major.
- Girls Soccer
- Hali Erickson is headed to Grays Harbor College and is undecided on a major.
- Girls Wrestling
- Tayleigh Robertson is headed to Snow College and is undecided on a major.
- Randi Reeves is headed to Salt Lake Community College and pursuing a degree in psychology.
- Genalyn Hardle is headed to Augsburg University and pursuing a degree in sports psychology.
- LoLo Fonua is headed to California State, Fullerton and is pursuing a degree in psychology.
- Courtney Green is headed to Central Wyoming and pursuing a degree in marketing.
Last month, six Jordan School District teams competed in three events at the Utah Esports Finals. All the teams put in a great effort, two placed in their competitions. The Bingham High School League of Legends Team took second in their competition, and The Copper Hills High School Smash Team placed fourth in the state.
Congratulations to those who competed in the State tournament.
It is National School Nurse Week, a week to recognize and say thanks to our hard-working school nurses.
Our nurses are responsible for the health and well-being of thousands of students throughout Jordan School District.
They serve our schools by teaching staff about important health care matters, doing vision screenings, Individual Health Care Plans, treating our students with allergies, diabetes, asthma and many other conditions. They participate in 504 meetings, IEP meetings, State School Nursing meetings, and so much more.
Our school nurses work hard, and do it with smiles on their faces! We could not do the important work we do as a District without our amazing school nurses.
Don’t forget to thank your school nurse this week!
It is a program bringing students of all abilities together creating a fast and meaningful path to fun, friendship and understanding. First Lady Abby Cox was on hand as Jordan School District launched the first ever “Unified Golf” program in the State of Utah.
“Unified Golf” is an opportunity for middle school students with and without disabilities to come together as friends and play together on a team in competitive golf. The Glenmoor Golf Course team has been working hard to make “Unified Golf” a reality. Students received a quick lesson in using a golf club, swinging, putting and just enjoying the game and each other.
This program, which is part of Unified Sports, is a statewide effort to foster greater empathy and understanding of students with disabilities and to encourage more inclusion and opportunities for all students.