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FREE Focus on Autism Workshops

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Canyons School District Office of Special Education and Related Services is offering a FREE series of classes on Autism and Aspergers Syndrome taught by Melisa Genaux, M.Ed. Melisa Genaux works with schools districts across the country as a consultant and trainer focusing on Autism Spectrum Disorders, behavior and classroom management, social skills instruction, consultation skills, and special education legal/compliance.

These FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC classes build on each other so register for the entire series or just the classes you are able to attend. Dates: 2/23, 3/22, 4/13 from 4:15-7:00 PM. Location: Canyons Administration Building East, 9361 S. 300 E., Sandy, UT 84070.

  • If you are a Canyons District employee and have access to ontrack please register online, using course #61843 at https://usoe.truenorthlogic.com 
  • Or email Shela Barker with the subject Focus on Autism at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please include your name, phone number and the dates.
  • Questions? Please contact Nate Marsden at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Stop-Walk-Talk Presentation

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Download the Presentation: STOP-WALK-TALK.pdf

The Mt. Jordan team is working to support 6th graders in developing positive communication skills.  We have recognized the need to reteach some school procedures and introduce some new peer communication skills. Mt. Jordan has a no tolerance policy for bullying.  We teach students a “Stop, Walk, Talk” process to follow when confronted with inappropriate behavior.  We will be reviewing this policy with your student before winter break and ask that you encourage your student to practice different ways of communicating “Stop” when a peer is saying or doing something that offends or makes them feel uncomfortable.

 If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact your student’s counselor.

Melissa Baker: Last Names Starting A-K

Nicholas Lennox: Last Names Starting L-M

 Whitney Bates: Last Names Starting N-Z

Mount Jordan Junior National Honor Society

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Congratulations to all of the Mount Jordan students who have made the National Honor Society!

     

6th Grade Students:

Allen, Camaira - Biggs, Ella - Cespedes, Michelle - Collinson, Asiah - Dudley, Hannah- Faraji, Saba - Flanigan, Trystin - Goodfellow, Mallory - Guth, London - Hinks, Matthew - Jenkins, Zariah - Johnson, Camille - LeSueur, Lucy - Moreno, Emma - Nielsen, Shaylee - Pemberton, Rachel - Rima, Dallin - Skorut, Julia, Stringham, Jane - Thayne, Kate

7th Grade Students: 

Barlow, Hannah - Bradshaw, Sabrina - Brooks, Kira - Covington, Haylee - Etulain, Campbell - Gates, Makayla - Gillett, Megan - Gordon, Kade - Hall, Kayli - Idema, Katelyn - Irvine, Kiana - Ison, Madison - Kartchner, Cole - Laro, Luke - McAllister, Logan - McKay, Parker - Pelley, Ashton - Pixler, Savannah - Richards, Benjamin - Rose, Logan - Rowland, Alexander - Silcox, Kyrsten - Simmons, Abbey - Sorenson, Meg - Tharpe, Chandra

8th Grade Students:

Bluemel, Kylee - Davis, Aubrey - Donaldson, James - Hicken, Hailey - Hyer, Julia - Inman, Abram - Larsen, Dallin - Manhard, Michael - Megens, Charles - Michaels, Paige - Moss, Hayley - Nigh, Jessica - Pike, Jessica - Pike, Kara - Rosales, Daphne - Service, Isaac - Service, Owen - Sparacino, Sofia - Thompson, Halli - Thompson, Tristyn - Wilkey, Cara

 

Criteria for Selection: 

  • Scholarship: Students who have a cumulative grade point average of 3.8   Service:  This quality is defined through the voluntary contributions made by a student to the school or community, done without compensation and with a positive, courteous, and enthusiastic spirit.
  • Leadership:  Student leaders are those who are resourceful, good problem solvers, promoters of school activities, idea-contributors, dependable, and persons who exemplify positive attitudes about life. Leadership experiences can be drawn from school or community activity while working with or for others.
  • Character:  The student of good character upholds principles of morality and ethics, is cooperative, demonstrates high standards of honesty and reliability, shows courtesy, concern and respect for others and generally maintains a good and clean lifestyle. The student obeys the MJMS Climber’s Code: Be A Contributor; Be There, Be Ready; and Be Safe.
  • Citizenship: Students must not have any “U” on their citizenship grade. The student understands the importance of civic involvement, has a high regard for freedom, justice, and respect of the American form of government. Student demonstrates mature participation and responsibility through involvement with such activities as; scouting, community organizations, and school clubs.

Allen Camaira
Biggs Ella
Cespedes Michelle
Collinson Asiah
Dudley Hannah
Faraji Saba
Flanigan Trystin
Goodfellow Mallory
Guth London
Hinks Matthew
Jenkins Zariah
Johnson Camille
LeSueur Lucy
Moreno Emma
Nielsen Shaylee
Pemberton Rachel
Rima Dallin
Skorut Julia
Stringham Jane