The new school year is beginning, but dozens of Jordan School District students have already completed a quarter of Career and Technical Education or elective credit through the summer Supervised Agricultural Experience program.
Students in Jennifer Adams’ preschool class at Columbia Elementary School play to learn math, safety, phonetics, reading and other subjects in the company of their parents.
Joel P. Jensen Middle School created a newspaper publication for the first time during the latter half of the 2015–16 school year, informing their student population about school issues from firsthand sources.
The divide between West Jordan High School’s student body officers and class officers is dead, but it didn’t come immediately, according to student government advisers.
One West Jordan teachers explains core science and math curriculum to her students through gardening.
It was sprinting time for some high school students to get caught up with their coursework in time for graduation.
Each year the Jordan Education Foundation honors certain teachers within the Jordan School District as their “Outstanding Educators” and awards them with a cash prize of $1,000, and this year four teachers from West Jordan made the cut.
Columbia Elementary School hosted a Dad and Kid Science Night to get fathers more involved in their children’s STEM education.
West Jordan and Copper Hills High Schools dueled it out to find out who would be deemed the school with the most school spirit by one of their most frequented fast-food joints.
Sunset Ridge Middle School’s website and banners declare that it’s one of the U.S. Department of Education’s “National Schools to Watch.”