Justin, a senior, completed an Edgenuity course to stay on track to graduate in May. He has a couple of exciting plans for work right after graduation. Right now, he’s working on getting himself qualified to be a hunting guide for elk and moose in Alaska. He will locate fresh tracks by looking for soft hoofprints […]
Jamie’s Design and Visual Communications classes are making a dish set out of ceramics. Each student is making a bowl, plate, and cup/mug. For the designs on our dishes they are studying the Elements & Principles of Design and focusing on Symmetry, Color, and Unity/Harmony. Their focus is to create a set of dishes that […]
Due to the growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Provo City School District wants to assure you that the safety of students is our top priority. We remain in daily communication with the Utah County Health Department and are prepared to respond to arising concerns. Based on the information we are receiving from […]
During Grant’s math class students at Independence High School were challenged to solve a real world problem. The cooking class wanted to smoke 6 lbs of Salmon Fillets that they received as a donation. The problem: Six pounds of weight might cause the rack to bend and spill the food into the ashes of their […]
Independence High School hosted the Utah South Region JROTC air rifle match on Thursday, February 27th. Jaycee Doty took first place in the standing position. Yay Jaycee! We are so proud of our whole air rifle team. The cadets on the Independence JROTC Air Rifle Team are undefeated in the regular season this year.
While there has not be any confirmed cases of the Coronavirus originating in Utah, Provo City School District continues to make preparations to handle any potential outbreak. Last week, the district posted flyers provided by the Utah Department of Health which provided information about the Coronavirus and steps that can be taken to prevent the […]
In John Wilder’s World History Class they are studying ancient civilizations. Most of what we know of ancient civilizations comes from artifacts. As a way to get to know each other better, students brought their own “artifacts” from home. They chose something that they felt told something about them. His students exchanged these artifacts and […]