After veterinarian Jordan Hammer shared stories about caring for large animals as part of his career with the South Valley Large Animal Clinic, Murray High senior Christian Harris approached him to get more information about colleges and internships.
To serve students through more than 100 years of operation, the school had five additions throughout the years.
For 10 years, Riverview Library and media specialist Kathy Dale have been selecting books for junior high students who are motivated to come discuss books just for their enjoyment.
This summer, about 140 second through seventh graders throughout the Salt Lake Valley attended the Write On!
There also were competitions for six Murray High Madrigals students, as well as in minstrel.
“These students are getting real-world experience from scheduling, estimating and sub-contracting, to learning how to build the home each step of the way,” he said.
Just weeks after the new school year began, Liberty principal Natalie Stouffer gave her two-week resignation, citing “personal reasons.”
Many elementary school children across the Salt Lake Valley study master artists and try their hand at their art style and techniques.
When Bert begins with “Chim Chim Cher-ee” in the prologue, he shares, “Wind’s in the east, there’s a mist comin’ in; Like somethin’ is brewin’ and ‘bout to begin.
In his 26th year of teaching, John McConnell wanted 26 of his eighth-grade integrated science students at Riverview Junior High to take ownership for their education.