Schools and buses will be running on their regular schedules today. We ask that parents please be patient with buses, as individual neighborhoods may have slower road conditions than others. The buses will be there to pick up students, even if they are running a couple of minutes behind schedule.
Due to extremely icy road conditions throughout the city, it has been decided that all Provo Schools will have a 2 hour late start today. This means that each school will begin 2 hours after it’s normal start time, and buses will pick up students 2 hour after the normal pick up time. This also […]
School will be begin at regularly scheduled times today. There has been little to no snow overnight. Additionally, crews have been out since yesterday afternoon clearing the school parking lots of snow. Please check the district website, Facebook or Twitter pages for any additional updates.
Independence High School Biology and Earth Science Classes had the opportunity to be visited by Hawkwatch. Hawkwatch is an organization that collects and analyzes data on raptors, and help with educating students on these birds. They have 7 birds in their program, and all have been labeled as non-releasable. This is a federal program, and […]
Aaron’s applied mathematics class was learning about the Fibonacci sequence and how it is relates to the world around us. They discovered the pattern was a spiral and that it was found in nature. They then learned how to cut, design and put together a star stained glass project. They talked about the pattern found […]
The Provo School District Foundation awards mini-grants to teachers in the district. Teachers have to explain their idea for a project with a two-page application. Our very own Mary James submitted a project idea and was awarded $500 to fund it. Mary is excited to purchase a video display unit and video editing software. Doing […]
Our HopeSquad went to CLAS Ropes Course to participate in team building activities and games. They had to work together, share ideas, encourage one another and test their bravery. Every student rode the Zip Line and jumped off a platform 25 feet above the ground. They worked hard, encouraged one another and really came together […]