Think of what you Can do instead of what you Can’t do.
We had a fun opportunity to have some robots come for a visit at our school and it was a fun day to work with our students and see what they Could do. They had a chance to program robots to follow a line that they made on paper, the robot’s lights would change depending on the color of the line so as the line changed so did the robots lights. Other students had a chance to block code some dash robots to do different activities and perform actions. It was so fun to see the robot do what the students programmed them to do and for them to make choices as independently as they could. It was amazing to see how they lit up when they had a chance to choose what the robot would do and then to watch the robot perform was fun. We had some students participate in a VR experience where they met a friendly polar bear. Overall it was a fun day to see what our students can do with some high tech robots.
Our students are so amazing and we love opportunities like this for them to show what they Can do. All of us in life get frustrated by the things that we Can’t do. We are all similar to our students when we experience the joy of seeing something that we can accomplish that we had not before. The joys in life are in overcoming the things that were previously out of our reach. We are so awestruck when we get to see our students overcome challenges and prove all the amazing things that they Can do.
We are grateful to be on this journey with you; and to celebrate the things that our students can do. 1
Kauri Sue Hamilton School Hours:
Monday - Friday - 8:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
AM - 8:30 a.m. until 10:45 a.m.
PM - 11:45 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
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The Utah State Board of Education may grant an educator one of the following education licenses:
- Professional Educator License – a license issued to an individual who has demonstrated all of the State established competencies to be an educator.
- Associate Educator License – a license issued to an individual who has met a minimum set of educator requirements and is completing all professional educator requirements to receive a Professional Educator License.
- Local Education Agency (LEA)-specific Educator License – a license issued to an individual, approved by the local Board of Education, who has met locally defined competencies to be an educator.
An LEA-specific license area or endorsement may include:
- Out of State and Internationally licensed educators completing Utah licensing requirements.
- Educators waiting for university license recommendations.
- Educators with expired Utah licenses.
- Educators working towards an Associate license area/endorsement.
- Career and Technical Education educators completing skills testing.
- Educators waiting to begin a university licensure program.
Schools may employ individuals holding LEA-specific Educator Licenses, as well as Professional and Associate Educator Licenses, as outlined below based on the employee’s FTE:
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- Jordan School District Policy DP379-LEA-Specific (Jordan) Educator License Requirements
- Utah State Board of Education Utah Educator Look-up Tool