Entrada High Draper campus teacher Wade Harman knows a thing or two about films.
Few principals can say they’ve been duct taped — willingly — to the gym wall by students, but Viewmont Elementary Principal Missy Hamilton can say she has been adhered twice now.
Lone Peak Hospital installed a mural created by third-graders at Draper Elementary
Juan Diego Catholic High School will offer summer camps in science, multimedia and sports to help teach participants skills as well as inspire them to become more involved in the activities.
Willow Springs fourth-grader Estella Watson liked learning about how Jordan Valley Conservancy District and Water Pro cleaned water.
It was more than the opportunity to see school children’s artwork on the walls. Families had the chance to solve a mysterious code, try their hands at dance and drama and even take a selfie at Channing Hall’s “Walk Like an Egyptian” arts show.
The Utah State Office of Education has launched a new platform in the hopes of saving teens from taking their own lives. In partnership with the Attorney General’s Office and the University of Utah, the state office has launched a smartphone app called SafeUT, an app that connects students in crisis to professionals.
The Director of the Vatican Observatory shared his observations and experiences in astronomy to a packed auditorium at Juan Diego Catholic High School.
Winning doesn’t come any easier, even for Juan Diego Catholic High School’s speech and debate team that has captured six straight consecutive state debate championships and seven titles in eight years.
Former Draper Elementary secretary Jean Smith worked under four principals and knows much of the school’s history.