Middle school and high school students from across Jordan District are showing off their artistic talents with an art show at the West Jordan City Library. The artwork displayed is incredible featuring everything from paintings and drawings to sculptures and photography. The pieces are unique and colorful, all created by young student artists.
The works of art will be on display in the lobby of the library.
April 19-30 – High School Art Show
May 10-21 – Middle School Art Show
Congratulations to the amazing young artists in Jordan School District!
He has been helping students carve out successful futures in a skilled trade for more than 30 years in Jordan School District. On this episode of the Supercast, we go inside Rick Minor’s Woodworking classroom at Mountain Ridge High School. It is where students are learning a valuable skill crafting everything from beds and chairs to chess sets, wooden spoons and pens.
The JATC South Greenhouse will be having a general public sale on Wednesday, April 28 from 3 – 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 1 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. The Greenhouse has bedding plants in all colors – petunias, geraniums, impatients, celosia, and marigolds. It is full of vegetables, such as tomatoes, peppers, squash, and cucumbers. The hanging baskets and planters, fairy gardens and succulents are blooming and ready to go. Perennials are also on sale in 4-6 inch pots.
It was an exciting morning in Rae Boren’s American Sign Language (ALS) classroom at Copper Hills High School. That’s because she had some very special guests stop by to say thank you and recognize Ms. Boren as Utah’s “Teacher of the Year” runner-up.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Sydnee Dickson was joined in the classroom by State Senator Kathleen Riebe and Representative Carol Spackman Moss along with Jordan School District Superintendent Anthony Godfrey. They thanked Ms. Boren for her 20 years of teaching and mentoring in Jordan School District and told students how lucky they are to have such an amazing teacher. Representative Moss said teaching is a gift that keeps on giving and there is no greater gift than a “gifted teacher.”
Ms. Boren was recognized by the State House and Senate with a certificate honoring her as an exemplary educator who has a positive impact on the lives of students.
Congratulations, Rae Boren! We are very proud of the work you do each and every day.
Do you have concerns about your child’s social and emotional wellness? On April 22, the Jordan Health and Wellness Team will be providing virtual mental health consultation interview appointments every 30 minutes between 3:30 and 7 p.m.
At each event, licensed professionals will:
Discuss possible mental and behavioral health needs for your child.
Connect students and families to available community resources.
These screenings are by appointment only. Space is limited.
Appointments take approximately 30 minutes and the screening tool takes 15 minutes to complete, prior to your appointment.