South Jordan Library joined a national movement that encourages parents and children to read 1,000 books together before kindergarten.
In a few weeks Christian Barrios will head to Utah State University thanks to AVID, a program that provides academic and social support to prepare secondary students for college.
First and second grade students at Arcadia Elementary School transformed into bunnies, dinosaurs, caterpillars and spider ninjas as they performed their self-written operas on May 20.
One Taylorsville High School student was named “Student of the Year” and was awarded two scholarships from organizations that support law enforcement.
At Taylorsville High School, foreign language isn’t required for graduation, but it’s highly encouraged.
Growing up the only child with a single dad, Destiny Smith said she always wanted a sibling, but that dream didn’t become a reality until her senior year of high school.
The video production classroom at Taylorsville High has an office located in the room with a window littered by coke cans of Santa Claus printed on the side.
Hartvigsen School principal Janice Wayman describes her school as “a unique, special place” for both students and faculty.
Taylorsville High School Latinos in Action President Ana Zamora admits she first joined LIA at the insistence of her mother.
In 2000, the Utah Legislature passed a law requiring every public school to establish a school community council.