Administrators with Skaggs Catholic Center, which houses St. John the Baptist elementary and middle schools and Juan Diego Catholic High School, are in the planning stage of an expansion.
By having students start thinking about careers or college in elementary school, they are able to tie in subject matters with their future, Principal Piper Riddle said.
According to code.org website, the Hour of Code is the first step to introduce children to computer science by participating in the largest learning campaign in history. In one hour, students can learn the basics of computer science and nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity.
Local students may have a definite favorite for who wins the Super Bowl, but they are working together to help find a winning way for those dependent upon food from the Utah Food Bank.
First- and second-graders’ teddy bears were X-rayed, weighed, had their hearts listened to and their blood pressure taken at Lone Peak Hospital recently.
The first time Annabella Oliver performed in “The Nutcracker,” she watched Clara, the Snow Queen, the Sugar Plum Queen and other older girls dance and knew she wanted to perform one of those solos.
Helping to give others a better, warmer holiday season are the hopes of many Draper students.
About 100 participants looked through the 17-inch telescope that was donated by astronomy buff Ken Harris.
Students at several Draper schools thanked veterans Nov. 11 for their dedication to their country through programs this Veterans Day.
As part of the Technology Education And Literacy in Schools program, Microsoft started and is funding these experts who share their real-job experience with Corner Canyon students as they teach them.