They were heartfelt messages of appreciation written by Bingham High students delivered to every single teacher at the school.
On this episode of the Supercast, find out why so many students jumped at the opportunity to tell teachers how much they care in a project that resulted in 3,300 personalized cards delivered to classrooms, bringing some teachers to tears.
It was a celebration which Foothills Elementary School students earned after doing something they love. Principal Cherie Wilson challenged all grades to read a total of one million minutes in two-and-a-half months. If they conquered the challenge, students would be treated to an assembly where Principal Wilson and Assistant Principal Gandara would be duct taped to the wall and teachers would get pies in the face. When all the time spent reading was tallied, the students achieved the goal of reading one million minutes in less than two months and the assembly was on.
Congratulations, Foothills Elementary students! Keep up your love for reading all summer long and beyond.
She is a teacher who has a special impact on many, many lives and that is one reason why Melanie Stoker was selected as Siegfried and Jensen’s “Teacher of the Month.” Ms. Stoker is a Language Arts Special Education teacher at West Hills Middle School.
Principal Cynthia Vandermeiden said Melanie Stoker is the kind of teacher who has great connections with students, is always positive, and is great at working with parents. She is described as compassionate and always thinks about the needs of others first.
Siegfried and Jensen surprised Ms. Stoker with her “Teacher of the Month” award during a school assembly. She received a variety of gifts, money for her classroom, and will be featured on a billboard along I-15 in the Salt Lake Valley.
Congratulations to this amazing teacher! Keep up the wonderful work.
Mountain Shadows Elementary School Principal Tina Susuico turned into a human ice cream sundae along with several teachers during a fun-filled end of the year event. It was all part of activities to celebrate the success of the school’s PTA fundraiser. Several teachers were wrapped in toilet paper to look like cotton swabs, others were covered in silly string, got pies in the face, were doused with buckets of water, and two teachers were duct taped to the wall.
It was an exciting way to end the school year with students cheering Principal Susuico and their teachers on as they all celebrated the hard work of students raising money for PTA.
Congratulations to the Jordan School District graduating Class of 2023! Today marks a significant milestone in your lives, and we couldn’t be more proud of your hard work and achievements. Wishing you a future filled with success, happiness, and endless possibilities!