“How you face adversity is the measure of who you are,” was the message Bingham High volleyball coach Melissa Glasker delivered to her team following its shocking four-set quarterfinal loss to Lehi in the 5A state volleyball tournament Nov. 7.
“We had an outstanding response,” Holbrook said. “Over 94 percent of the results from residents are in favor of keeping Mulligan’s.”
There’s some great family fun planned in and around South Jordan for the holidays.
“We counted how many red items people wore and gave a point for each one. Some students really got into it, and girls painted all their nails and wanted a point for each nail. Even staff members wore eight or nine red items. It was a really neat thing to see everyone going all out to support it.”
“It was something that (school director) Ms. Jorgensen saw at a conference, and she thought it would draw students together and form unity at our school,” Curriculum Director Scotti Hansen said. “It has been a lot of fun in the school and on the field.”
“I put in double the time as my team throughout the summer in trying to achieve a top 10 finish at state this year,” Haynes said. “I wanted to push myself, and that’s what drove me—every run and every mile was all worth it.”
Kayla spent 14 days in a rural village where she had the opportunity to teach students—and she learned some things from them too.
“It was the friendship and help of two individuals daring enough to take some kids to Moab that led to my love of the bike,” Hansen said
After the Giving Grinch Christmas Boutique, Rose will continue to collect coats, toys and monetary donations until Christmas time. Everything that the Giving Grinch collects will go to families in Utah Valley that can’t afford Christmas this year.
For the past nine years, Elk Meadows second-graders have walked to Wight’s Fort Cemetery for a field trip that incorporates local history, science, writing, exercise and art.