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.
About 700 pairs of jeans as well as coats, shoes and other clothing items were packed into bags and boxes at Horizon Elementary as school children donated gently used items to people in need.
More than 800 high school seniors will take part in their commencement programs this spring.
Spending money on a banquet, only to end up sitting on newspapers on the floor and eating rice and beans, may not sound much like a date night, yet many teenagers and families did just that.
On Feb. 8, Murray School District crowned McMillan fifth-grader Jakob Mismash as champion, beating out 33 other students representing its elementary and junior high schools, including his older brother, Abram.
Liberty sixth-grader Emma Eisert decided it was time to beat her brother—at debate.
One full week students were engrossed in reading in the classroom, participating in special literacy activities at school and found immersed in a book at home—reading for pleasure and at the same time, raising funds for the Woodstock Elementary Parent-Teacher Association that sponsors many of the activities at the school.
Viewmont sixth-grader Emma Thompson had heard about the Trojan horse and wanted to learn about it.
More than $2,600 was raised by Murray students during the American Heart Association’s Jump for Heart event.
Cottonwood High’s theatre department will present “Mockingbird,” the story of a young girl with Asperger’s syndrome learning to cope with her brother’s tragic death.