SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — To mitigate out-of-pocket spending and show appreciation for educators, the Jordan School District is offering in-classroom teachers $500 to spend on classroom safety.
Back-to-school is only a week away for the district. This year, the district joins educators across the nation in addressing an unusual set of challenges brought on by COVID-19.
“We’re all about to find out what’s going to happen when school starts next week in this valley,” said Bryce Dunford, President of the Jordan School District Board of Education.
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