Governor Gary Herbert joined friends, family, and colleagues to say farewell to Superintendent McKell Withers by stuffing 1,000 backpacks.
This summer, the district's Summer Food Service programs will provide free meals to children 18 years and under.
In compliance with the State Fire Marshal's request, the district will be testing the fire alarm systems in our schools this summer.
Two Salt Lake City students are among ten students in Salt Lake County headed for the National History Day Competition in Washington D.C.
A great team of donors and volunteers came together to give bikes and helmets to Bennion Elementary students.
Salt Lake City students have won awards in several recent prestigious competitions, including the MESA National Engineering Design Competition and the State Math Competition.
SONIC Drive-in today donated over $69,000 to pay for teacher projects throughout Salt Lake County.
KUED has named Linda Davis from Hillside Middle School as one of this year’s PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators.
Bryant Middle School has won the Dav Pilkey ‘Be a Reading Superhero’ contest.
Salt Lake City School District is expanding the selection of books available to middle school and high school students in school libraries with eBooks and digital audiobooks.
The Salt Lake City School District Board of Education has appointed Dr. Alexa Cunningham as the new Superintendent of Schools.
Kim Perry of Clayton Middle School was awarded the Junior Division Patricia Behring Teacher of the Year Award for Utah.
Congratulations to Cathy Johnson at Dilworth Elementary for winning a Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education!
Students in four Salt Lake City schools now have the opportunity to eat school breakfast in their classrooms.
Several district students won awards at the recent Problem Solving Competition.
Highland Park fifth-grade students recently put on an outstanding U.S. History Musical and Wax Museum program.
In accordance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act regulations, we have posted our annual asbestos notification.
The district has been recognized for having 35 of its 40 schools certified in the HealthierUS School Challenge.
Jasmina Frederico, a student at Nibley Park K-8 School, is headed to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Enrique Arce-Larreta from West High School has been selected as one of this year’s CERN high school teacher program participants.
Results from the 2016 MathCounts competition are in, and Salt Lake City School District students scored quite well.
The Salt Lake City School District Board of Education invites community members to provide input into the selection of the next superintendent.
It was the teachers vs. the students at the Meadowlark Elementary Basketball Tournament last week.
Congratulations to Linda Houtz and Stephanie Kinneberg for achieving their National Board Certification!
Parent information meetings for the Elementary Extended Learning Program and the Curriculum and Assessment Lab program are coming soon.
Escalante Elementary School has been selected by Code.org for a $10,000 award for the school to purchase computer hardware.
Christmas came early for six Salt Lake City students. They are the winners of a drawing/essay contest and bike giveaway, sponsored by the district's Child Nutrition Services.
After four years of planning and a last minute boost from Salt Lake City, citizens in the Rose Park Community now have a new place to exercise and get healthy.
Students at Highland Park swam with sharks, took a virtual field trip to Gettysburg, and explored the Earth's crust in 3D... all without leaving the school computer lab.
120 students from Glendale Middle School had an opportunity to speak live with Commander Scott Kelly, who is currently serving on board the International Space Station.
Salt Lake City School District has been chosen by The Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council to receive a School District Scholarship for the coming year.
Mohsen Ghaffari has won the prestigious Horace Mann Award for Teaching Excellence!
“Expect the Great” is a college and career awareness conference with the purpose of providing information, resources, and support to prepare for post-secondary education and careers.
Nibley Park School fathers walked their children to school on Tuesday morning as part of the national Million Father March initiative.
Salt Lake City School District and the Salt Lake Education Foundation are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 and 2015 School Academic Progress Awards.
The district will be hosting a series of parent seminars in September and October focused on learning how to protect children.
Food, fun, and education, including school principals in a dunk tank, combined for a successful Back to School Carnival for Mountain View and Glendale.
Bennion Elementary School and Lincoln Elementary School have been certified to participate in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) within the National School Lunch and School Breakfast program starting this school year.
Salt Lake City School District is pleased to announce the 2016 District Teachers of the Year.
During the recent School Nutrition national conference, Schwans donated six bicycles to the district. The bikes will be given to six lucky students this year.
The new income guidelines for free and reduced-price school meals are available for review.
A group of State Teachers of the Year from across the nation celebrated early literacy by reading to students in Salt Lake City.