One student’s task was to use a leaf blower that would blow an inflatable ball until it hit...
Ogden School Board of Education has a study session Feb. 1 where Superintendent Rich Nye says he hopes the board “articulates a short-term plan, which is the lease revenue bond and a long term plan and identifies which schools will be impacted.”
One student’s task was to use a leaf blower that would blow an inflatable ball until it hit multiple objects before a box of cereal would be poured into a bowl.
On the same day Weber State University President Charles Wight announced his resignation, he and his wife, Victoria, were at the Dee Events Center to watch the men’s basketball team in their contest against Sacramento State.
“Calling it a suicide is not going to cause suicide to increase,” said Weber School District Student Services Director Gina Butters.
“One of the most difficult decisions that any president has to make is choosing the best time to leave, and I truly love this institution,” Charles Wight said.
A man who once described Weber State University as a “magical place,” WSU President Charles Wight was behind many changes in his five years at the school.
WSD Technology Coordinator Quin Henderson was selected as one of 35 educators from around the world to attend the Google for Education Innovation Academy in Stockholm, Sweden.