While Lorna Murray was teaching a history class at Copper Hills High School, five Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) surprised her with a congratulatory visit.
In the midst of West Jordan there’s a president who’s been re-elected for more terms than Franklin D. Roosevelt, and her name is Lindsey Walker.
It wasn’t until after taking career tests that Kenzie Prows, 17, decided she might want to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a dental assistant.
West Hills Middle School combined comedic opera with steampunk style in their production of “The Pirates of Penzance” in March.
The Jordan School District Board of Education is seeking feedback about their proposed 5-Year Building Construction Plan before deciding on an official bond amount for the November ballot.
Graduation rates at Copper Hills High School had the highest increase within the Jordan School District in the 2014-15 academic school year, and school officials are saying it is largely because of an educational support program headed up by one teacher.
Students in Jordan School District will have the opportunity for more hands-on learning and problem solving in the classroom thanks in part to a generous grant donated by Boeing in the amount of $75,000.
Sherry Nima, 13, said she was scared when she went to present her group speech about the Bill of Rights at West Jordan Middle School’s We the People competition.
The students and staff at Copper Hills High School realize the importance of helping those in need in their community, especially at Christmas time.
When Chandler Bishop, West Jordan High School’s Theatre and English Language Arts teacher, took on the job of directing the school’s musical, he had an ace up his sleeve that would take the school musical to another level.