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It’s March, and I can’t believe how fast the school year is progressing. Just a few weeks ago, we were shoveling huge amounts of snow off our driveways and sidewalks. In fact, the large accumulations of snow led to a very rare event – a snow day.
The Salt Lake City Board of Education is now accepting applications to fill the Board seat in Precinct 5. The vacancy was created earlier this week due to the unfortunate passing of long-time Precinct 5 Board member and former Board President Heather Bennett.
This morning, Salt Lake City School District Superintendent Dr. Lexi Cunningham released the following statement upon the passing of Salt Lake City Board of Education member Heather Bennett. Ms. Bennett passed away last night due to an unexpected vascular illness. She had been battling cancer for several months.
Governor Gary R. Herbert, along with the Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative, announced that Diane Crim, a Salt Lake City School District teacher, is one of four winners of the 2019 Governor’s Medals for Science and Technology.
High fives, fist bumps, happy dances, and grins. The students participating in the Liberty Elementary climbing club experienced all of that and more in a powerful 45-minute session at Momentum Climbing Gym.
The National Council for History Education (NCHE) is delighted to announce the selection of Jenny Nicholas to join the council’s Board of Directors. Nicholas, a high school teacher in Salt Lake City’s School District for 18 years, joins the Board at the NCHE annual meeting in Washington, D.C. on March 14, 2019.