Crossing guards Trudy Smith and Heather Childs are using a new tool to help students from two West Jordan schools safely cross the street each day.
Students at Joel P. Jensen Middle School spend their afternoons battling robots, building with marshmallows and programming computer games. The fun is part of their popular after-school STEM program.
With a rapid increase in student population in coming years, Jordan School District officials are looking to pass a $245 million bond for six new school buildings in the November ballot.
A Motor Cop and K9s surprised Heartland Elementary School students by arriving at their safety assembly.
The Jordan School district may have found a way to avoid year-round schedules at populated schools.
Local Colleges may lose their accreditations, if decision of Department of Education is upheld through appeal process.
Salt Lake Community College has been awarded a $2.23 million grant under the Department of Education's hallmark Strengthening Institutions program.
It’s never been enough for Cassandra Ivie to be well-versed in the sciences—she has a need to share it, too, her mother, Deborah Ivie, said.
The Jordan school District recently honored former Brighton, West Jordan, Jordan and Riverton football coach Rick Bojak, recognizing his lifetime contributions and unique service to students across Utah and the nation.
Salt Lake County Library Services noticed a gap in services to youth in care and custody, so they created a new book club.