She is living her dream, working as a special education teacher at South Jordan Middle School, making a difference in the lives of students every day.
But Lauryn Macedone saw another dream come true not too long ago, when she was a contestant on the wildly popular show “The Voice,” selected to be a part of Alicia Keys’ team.
On this episode of the Supercast, we meet this superstar teacher and musician who has a heart of gold and a voice that turned heads around the nation, and turned the chairs of three judges on “The Voice.”
It was a musical performance made possible by so many talented people and their hard work paid off. Students at Mountain Shadows Elementary School took the stage in colorful costumes and props, surrounded by a beautiful set for a performance of “Moana Jr.” The play is a musical production that follows the journey of a young girl who sets out to save her island and her people, discovering her true identity and heritage along the way.
Thanks to everyone involved in the production and congratulations to all of the talented students who had a role in the play, on stage or working behind the scenes.
March is National Women’s History Month, a time to recognize the vital role of women in American history.
On this episode of the Supercast, we find out how schools are celebrating, and we sit down with a strong woman in our school community making history in her own right. Meet Dawn Ramsey, President of the Jordan Education Foundation and the first female mayor of South Jordan City.
But first, we stop by West Jordan Middle School where Martha Hughes Cannon, the first female State Senator in the United States, is celebrated on morning announcements.
It was an amazing night to remember for some students and staff at West Jordan High School. Student Body Officers wanted everyone to have the prom experience this year, so they organized a dance party which included invites for all students with special needs at the school. The SBO’s escorted their classmates to the dance by arranging to pick them up on a party bus. Then, they were treated to a delicious dinner before the dance party began. The night included fun and festive outfits, pictures, lots of smiles, dancing and just pure joy.
Thanks to everyone at West Jordan High for making the Inclusive Dance Party possible and creating high school memories to last a lifetime.