As your member of the Salt Lake County Council, I take very seriously my responsibility to set budgets and monitor the use of your tax dollars.
Quit paying for your gym membership this summer and get outside. You’ll get a nice tan, soak up some Vitamin D, maybe lose some weight and save some money. That’s what I call a win-win-win-win situation.
It was a day of smiles, laughter, cheering and clapping as students representing 11 different Jordan School District elementary schools paraded on May 20 on the Herriman High school track carrying banners, waving their hands to teachers, principals, school district officials and families who came to support these students with differing levels of ability.
Jordan Ridge fourth-grade students sat ready with paper and pencils as Liz Baldwin, an education facilitator for the Natural Museum of History, explained how to take notes and carefully handle the rocks and minerals she brought to the school in a “Museum on the Move” trunk.
Longer recesses, cleaning oil spills, stopping polluting the Jordan River, getting fit are just some of the topics that Hawthorn Academy fifth-graders explored during their culmination of their primary years program of the International Baccalaureate.
South Jordan Public Works Department visited every fourth-grade class in South Jordan to talk about their work and raise awareness about water as a natural resource.
South Jordan University graduates its ninth class in an effort to increase engagement and transparency with the community.
Teachers had their fourth-grade class write essays about why they like their community. One of the students, Madison Goins, won second place at the state level, receiving $75 and earning $750 for her school.
South Jordan’s annual summer festival came back this year with a different name—Summerfest—and a few new events.
Several parties are renovating the South Jordan FrontRunner Station to maximize the use of public transportation.