Announcements

High School Student

Outstanding Student Scholarships

 

Jordan Education Foundation requests high school principals together with their staff to select one senior student to receive a $2000.00 scholarship to the school, college, or university of their choice (see criteria below).
 
One senior student from each high school will be honored at the JEF annual Awards Recognition Banquet to be held on Thursday, May 08, 2014 at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
 
 
 
 
 
Nominations are due
MARCH 21, 2014
 

Classified     

 

2014 

OUTSTANDING CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE

NOMINATION APPLICATIONS

ARE NOW AVAILABLE

 

Jordan Education Foundation announces a call for nominations for  2013-14 Outstanding Classified Employee Awards

Jordan Education Foundation Board of Directors will select five individuals to receive the Outstanding Classified Employee Award.  Each recipient will receive a cash award of $1,000 and an appreciation award at the Board of Education meeting on May 27.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nominations are due
April 7 , 2014

Mission Statement

 
Jordan Education Foundation helps students in Jordan School District succeed by raising money in strategic and sustainable ways.

In the News...

Congratulations!
2014 Outstanding Educators of the Year!
 Prize Patrol
 
Gayle Dowdle - Fort Herriman Middle School
Lindsay Emmett - South Jordan Elementary
Sonja Ferrufino -  Riverton High School
Evelyn Marse - Riverton High School
Margaret Van Ness - Eastlake Elementary
Christie Jarrard - Eastlake Elementary
Rebecca Wells - Bingham High School
Shelley Woeste - Kauri Sue Hamilton School
Natalie Walker - West Jordan Elementary
Lorenza Zamarron - Riverside Elementary
 
 
Click HERE to see more!

Golf

JEF Links to Schools Golf Tournament

 

To be held Thursday, August 7, 2014

At Thanksgiving Point Golf Course

 

8 a.m. Shotgun Start 

View our Registration Form HERE

Register Today!

Sandy King
JEF 2nd Annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon
 
February 12, 2014 - Jordan Education Foundation honored the many community conscious businesses and individuals who give so much every year to make a difference in the lives of students and teachers in Jordan School District.  
THANK YOU!
You are the heart of the Foundation!      Heart
View the full photo gallery HERE 

Look what a little bit of CARING can do!Souper Bowl
 
Special thanks to students, teachers & community members in Jordan District who contributed to the 2014 Souper Bowl of Caring
 
Over $8500.00 has been raised so far in our district alone.  100% of proceeds will go directly to hungry children in Jordan School District.
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this worthwhile event!   
 

Nuskin
Nuskin Gives Grants to support S.T.E.M. and the Arts to high school teachers in Jordan School District
 
Over 30 schools in Salt Lake and Utah County were givien the opportunity to submit requests through Jordan Education Foundation for grants to fund creative learning projects in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) and the Arts.  Nuskin's call for requests resulted in 6 high school teachers from Jordan School District being awarded a total of $32,800.00!  Notification and application processes were coordinated by Jordan Education Foundation.  Thank you to all the principals and teachers that responded so timely and powerfully to the request.  Congratulations to the following individuals for their award and their dedication to education in Jordan School District:
 
  • West Jordan High, Jim Bernini, STEM grant
  • West Jordan High, Maureen Morris, Arts grant
  • Copper Hills High, Steven Manwaring and Reed Anderson, STEM grant
  • Herriman High, Shawn Mangum, Arts grant
  • Riverton High, Edward Willis, STEM grant
  • Comcast Cares

     Comcast Cares

     
     2014

    This year, Comcast Cares will be making a lasting difference at TWO Jordan District Schools:

    Sunset Ridge Middle

    Riverton High School

     

    Saturday, April 26, 2014

     8:00 am to 12:00 pm 
     
    7:00 am - 8:00 am: Registration/Breakfast
    8:00 am - 12:00: Service Projects
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Lunch

    Comcast Cares Day is a celebration of service and the nation’s largest single-day corporate volunteer effort. Every spring, tens of thousands of our employees, families, friends and local partners join us to make a difference in the communities we serve. All across the country, volunteers work together to plant gardens, beautify schools, repair community centers, clean riverbanks, and much more in their communities. 

     
    *ALL volunteers (bring your family and friends!) will receive a free breakfast, free lunch and a free t-shirt!
     
    This is not limited to students and parents of these schools.  We encourage church groups, boy scout troops and elementary feeder schools to participate as well.  See what you can do to make a difference by registering today!
    • Help beautify the school
    • Get involved in the community
    • Make a lasting impact in your neighborhood 
    TO REGISTER:
     
     
    OR
     
     
     
    RETURN FORMS TO SCHOOLS BY MARCH 29! 

    Since the first Comcast Cares Day in 2001, more than half a million volunteers have contributed more than three million hours. In the words of company founder Ralph Roberts, "It’s a wonderful thing to have people work together for the benefit of others.  In 2013, a record 85,000-plus volunteers contributed more than half a million hours to improve more than 750 parks, schools, beaches, senior centers and other vital community sites around the world.

     
    Come join the fun!