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This is a public forum where students, their families and educators could spotlight unique success stories. It also provides a central database on Utah high schools that would help inform parents and foster academic competition among schools, much like rankings do for sports and extracurricular activities.
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Granite District to teachers: Don't 'advertise' your concealed weapon

Pat Reavy  |  posted Sep 23rd - 7:13pm
If teachers are going to carry concealed weapons, they shouldn't advertise it, according to the Granite School District. That message was reiterated Tuesday, a day after one of the district's gun-carrying teachers was featured on NBC Nightly News.
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Sunset schools using signs instead of crossing guards

Mary Richards  |  posted Sep 23rd - 12:59pm
A Davis County city says it can't afford to pay for crossing guards this year and officials hope extra signs will be enough to keep kids safe.
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64% of Utahns favor school teachers with guns, poll shows

Emilee Eagar  |  posted Sep 23rd - 7:37am
A new poll by UtahPolicy.com revealed 64 percent of Utahns are in support of teachers carrying concealed weapons in school, but some in law enforcement don't agree.
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Students protest dress code after being denied entry to school dance

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Sep 22nd - 7:00pm
Some students at Bingham High School walked out of school Monday to protest the school's dress code. They were upset that some students were denied entrance to the school's homecoming dance, but administrators say they gave the teens plenty of warning.
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Elementary school students learn dangers of jaywalking

Andy Farnsworth  |  posted Sep 20th - 9:46pm
The Utah Department of Health reports one-third of pedestrians hit by cars each year are under age of 15. Earlier this week, students at one Salt Lake City school got a valuable lesson on the importance of using crosswalks.
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Chronic absence affects 12% of Utah students

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Sep 19th - 7:54am
Chronic absence affects 12 percent of Utah students and as much as one-third of students in rural schools. While widespread solutions are available, reaching out to students individually remains the most effective.
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Bill to require high school students to pass civics test to graduate

Whitney Evans  |  posted Sep 18th - 8:23am
Two Utah lawmakers announced Wednesday they will sponsor a Utah Civics Education Initiative bill that would require high school students to pass a U.S. civics test in order to graduate.
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Ex-Clearfield High teacher charged with sex abuse takes plea deal

Pat Reavy  |  posted Sep 17th - 7:03pm
A former Clearfield High School agriculture teacher charged with sexually abusing a 17-year-old female student has taken a plea deal.
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Jordan School District bringing in 6 figures with bus ads

Mary Richards  |  posted Sep 17th - 6:56pm
The Jordan School District was the first in the state to put ads on the sides of its buses, and officials reported it's not only bringing in good money, it's also building community pride.
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Watch D.O.G.S. improve safety, help with education in Utah schools

Tania Mashburn  |  posted Sep 16th - 11:08pm
A lot of times when a dad shows up at school it's because someone is in trouble. But at Bountiful Elementary School, dads at school is the norm. They're called Watch Dog Dads, and they're making a big difference.
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