School Dismissal Extended Until May 1st

UPDATE: March 23rd, 2020 – Governor Herbert Announces Utah’s K-12 public school’s will be dismissed until May 1st


This is an ongoing story, we will provide more information as it becomes available.


March 23rd, 2020-

“We recognize that being away from school creates additional work and stress for everyone in our communities; however, it is a necessary step in stopping the spread of COVID-19,” Herbert said in his announcement extending the dismissal.  The decision was made by State Superintendent Syd Dickson, Acting Commissioner of Technical Education Jared Haines, and Governer Herbert.  They will continue to monitor the situation and its effect on the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.


Breakfast and Lunch will continue to be available for pick up at select schools free of charge.


For more information, and to see where to pick up breakfast and lunch view info put out by the Jordan School District:


March 13th, 2020 –

On a tweet sent out on March 13th, 2020 at 5 PM, Governor Herbert announces: “Effective Monday, Utah’s public schools will take a two-week hiatus from in-person instruction. Teachers will begin remote instruction by Wednesday. Look for more information from your school district or charter to learn how this will affect your students.”


Breakfast and Lunch will continue to be available for pick up, starting Wednesday, March 18. Because of the concern over COVID-19, lunch workers will adhere to strict standards to ensure the virus isn’t spread.


All school activities will be canceled, including practices, games, rehearsals, and other extracurriculars.


For more information, view info sent out by the Jordan School District: