Students at Columbia Elementary School are always thinking of ways to tell Principal Abe Yospe how important he is in making Columbia a great place to be and to learn. Recently, they showed their appreciation in a rather silly way. In honor of National Principals month, a group of students who are all excelling in math fluency, were allowed to cover Principal Yospe in silly string. The school’s mascot, Astro was part of the silly surprise.
To Mr. Yospe and all of our amazing school principals, we say thank you for your tireless efforts in the pursuit of excellence in education and helping our students succeed.
It is not everyday you get to perform before a crowd of 18,000 people at an NBA game – but that is exactly what a group of South Jordan Elementary School students will soon be doing.
The 4th, 5th and 6th graders have been invited to perform the National Anthem at the Utah Jazz Game at Vivint Smart Home Arena. The students, under the musical direction of teacher Scott Knight, will perform the National Anthem a capella. It is a performance that will honor America and the men and women who serve or have served our country.
The performance is on Wednesday, October 16 – the Jazz take on the Portland Trail Blazers.
We are very proud of these students and their hard work. We wish them the very best of luck at the Jazz game!
Watch this video of their recent rehearsal.
The Oct. 8 Board study session agenda is now available on our Board meetings page. You can also use the following links to the printed and detailed agendas.
Utah Jazz legend Thurl Bailey talks about growing up in a home where he was never allowed to be average. He even sings for the Superintendent.
Then we hear from a second grade student, a middle school student and a high school senior – they all have questions for the Superintendent.
Mountain Creek Middle School students, teachers, staff and administrators shined as Fox 13’s Cool School of the Week on Wednesday. They rocked the house welcoming Big Budah with high fives and cheers. The students showed off their Moose Stomp and then headed to the auditorium where the choir, dance company, robotics class and more took to the stage on live TV.
It was a great morning highlighting all the amazing things happening at one of our brand new schools. Way to go Mountain Creek Middle School!