When sixth-grade social studies teacher Derek Block asked student groups to work together researching and writing assignments, he said the students embraced the idea.
For four days, St. John the Baptist students woke up and went outside to make nature their classroom at Grand Teton National Park.
About 25 eighth graders in Channing Hall’s design class made original projects with Legos, both with the actual bricks as well as virtually on the computer.
At that Aug. 4 meeting, Shepherd was named the Utah Charter School Director of the Year.
Don’t think about driving to pick up a carpool of students at Channing Hall while finishing a cell phone conversation — whether it’s for business or pleasure.
Corner Canyon student Dallas Karren heard about Boys State on the school announcements and thought it sounded “cool,” so he talked to his counselor about applying for the week-long session.
Corner Canyon High School’s new administrative intern Bruce Eschler loves to learn.
Elementary students from Canyons School District schools had the opportunity to present stories, fairytales or folk tales at the 5th annual district storytelling showcase, Story Weavers.
His application was also reviewed for his commitment to safety patrol, his leadership qualities, school involvement and citizenship.
Canyons School District elementary schools will restore early-out dismissals on Fridays beginning this school year after this past year of eliminating the earlier dismissal times.