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UEA won’t meet, but fall break still happening
This October Utah families can still plan for their kids to be out of school for what has always been known as “UEA Weekend,” but for the first time in its 100-year history, the largest teachers’ u...
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Communication with schools is key to avoiding food allergy reactions
For parents of children with food allergies, back-to-school time can be particularly stressful. When children are away at school, parents have little control over the foods children may encounter. ...
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UHSAA partners with Mountain America
Mountain America Credit Union has agreed to become the title sponsor of the Utah High School Activities Association. The multi-year agreement will grant the Utah-based credit union title sponsorshi...
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GCHS hosts active shooter training Saturday
Grand County High School will be the site of an active shooter training exercise Saturday, Aug. 11. According to a press release from the school district, there will be a daylong training exercise ...
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  • Several local, state and federal agencies spent Saturday at Grand County High School training for a scenario they hope never plays out – responding to an active shooter. The Moab City Police Department hosted the training and in a social media post Tuesday said the training was “top notch thanks to a cadre of instructors who brought a wealth of real world experience from diverse public service backgrounds.” Joining Moab Police were the county’s public works, search and rescue, and EMS departments; representatives from the city’s public works department and Moab Valley Fire Department, the state department of Adult Probation and Parole and Division of Wildlife Resources; and the federal Bureau of Land Management and National Park Service.            Courtesy photo
    Several local, state and federal agencies spent Saturday at Grand County High School training for a scenario they hope never plays out – responding to an active shooter. The Moab City Police Department hosted the training and in a social media post Tuesday said the training was “top notch thanks to a cadre of instructors who brought a wealth of real world experience from diverse public service backgrounds.” Joining Moab Police were the county’s public works, search and rescue, and EMS departments; representatives from the city’s public works department and Moab Valley Fire Department, the state department of Adult Probation and Parole and Division of Wildlife Resources; and the federal Bureau of Land Management and National Park Service. Courtesy photo
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