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Jordan District Shines in Year-End Achievements
As we wrap up another successful school year, Jordan District stands out with notable accomplishments across multiple areas.
Competition Highlights:
-Bingham High School clinched 3rd place at the Weber State Auto Competition, showcasing their automotive excellence.
-Mountain Ridge High and Bingham High School's combination team triumphed with a 1st place finish in the Alternate 2-man team competition, demonstrating skill and teamwork.
-The annual SkillsUSA Automotive District Competition, hosted by West Jordan High School, saw impressive performances from our schools:
1st Place: Mountain Ridge High School
2nd Place: Riverton High School
3rd Place: Bingham High School
-Eleven students from Jordan School District qualified for the Educators Rising National Competition, highlighting our commitment to fostering future educators.
-She Tech Explorer Day awarded scholarships to two remarkable girls from Riverton and West Jordan High Schools, encouraging women in technology.
-The Bingham High Robotics Team secured a top 5 position in a competitive field of 46 teams, showcasing their robotic prowess.
-A Copper Hills student won 1st place at the Plant Systems Agriscience Fair, advancing to the national level with an innovative project.
Faculty Recognitions:
-Travis Lucero, a CTE Teacher at Bingham High School, was honored as the Outstanding Educator of The Year.
-Craig Cottle received The Honorary State Degree for his Outstanding Service, acknowledging his significant contributions.
-The Utah ACTE awards were held in February rewarding a few of our very own Jordan District Educators
New Teacher of the Year: Richard Clayton, Jordan School District
CTE Champion: Pepper Poulsen, Jordan School District
Special Events:
-This year's Diesel Day was the largest and most successful yet, with over 500 students participating.
-Lastly, Riverton High students were featured in a Fox 13 News article for their exceptional CSI investigation work in Skills USA.

Congratulations to all our students, educators, and staff for their hard work and achievements. Here's to continuing our tradition of excellence!
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  • 4,911 Students in College and Career Awareness
  • 18,396 CTE Concurrent Enrollment Credits Earned
  • 15,874 Students Enrolled in CTE Courses
  • 7,798 Skills or Third-Party Certifications
  • 1,408 Students in a Career and Technical Student Organizations