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Have a Fantastic SoJo Summer!

2016-17 Schedule Information

Please see the post in the school newsfeed for schedule information for the 2016-17 school year.

Building Remodel

The Jordan District School Board has approved South Jordan Middle to receive a remodel of the offices and entryway in order to provide more safety for students and staff. The new layout will require all visitors to pass through the main office before entering the building. As a result, beginning April 4, 2016, the Main Entrance of the school will be closed until June 3, the last day of school. After June 3, there will be no admittance to the building while crews work diligently to complete the remodel project before school begins in the fall. Please use the indicated entrance south of the KIVA, by the gymnasium as the main entrance during the remainder of the school year. Other entrances may also be used in the mornings before school begins. Once the first period bell rings, only the new temporary main entrance will remain unlocked. Thank you for your patience and support during the construction period. We are excited about the positive changes and added safety the renovation will bring to SoJo!

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 SoJo Boys & Girls Basketball Teams Win Championships!

Way To Go SoJo!! Congratulations to both our Boys and Girls 9th grade basketball teams for winning the Jordan District Championship on Saturday, 2/26.

 

Permit Information for the 2016-17 School Year

Please click here to find out more information about permits for the 2016-17 school year.

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