Pick-Up and Drop-Off
Procedures and Expectations
- Be kind and courteous to students, staff, and other parents
- Alternate northbound and southbound traffic off of 4800 West entering the drop-off zone. (every other vehicle)
- The pull thru lane by the crosswalk has been blocked off. Please use the right lane to pull forward to the ‘STOP’ sign on the fence. After students have safely exited the car, signal and merge into the left lane (pull through lane). This has proven the safest and most efficient process.
- Pull as far forward, in the drop-off lane, as possible (To the fence ‘STOP’ sign)
- Have students ready to leave the car safely and quickly
- Never let students out of the car in the left-hand “pull-thru” lane
- Let students out on the passenger side of the car only
- Stay off cell phones while operating your vehicle
- Drop students off after the crosswalk from the parking lot
- Park in the parking lot if you need to get out of your vehicle to help your student
- Students must be escorted by an adult in the parking lot
- Please do not leave your vehicle in the pick-up/drop-off lane.
- Please do not drop off students in the faculty parking lot or by the cafeteria.
As we follow these procedures, we will have a safer, smoother pickup and Drop-Off zone for Jordan Hills. We appreciate your support in helping to keep students safe at our school. Please call the office with any questions or concerns.
School Lunch Update: Milk $0.30 (up from $0.25)
Meet Your Assistant Principal: Mrs. Chang
Hi! My name is Mrs. Chang, and I am so excited to start the 2023-2024 school year with you!
I was born and raised in Hawaii on the island of Oahu and lived in Mililani. I have been in Utah for about eight years and love its beauty here. I have met so many wonderful people; my daughter, now seven years old, was born in Utah. My husband is retired from the Air Force and now works for Kihomac. My family loves going to the park, riding bikes, and relaxing at home.
I have taught for 18 years (Hawaii, Indiana, and Utah) in grades 5, 6, 7, and 8. This will be my first year as an assistant principal, and I am so excited to learn and grow in this new position. I love to read novels (Fablehaven, The Ranger's Apprentice), play on my Nintendo Switch, hang out in my backyard, and visit Disneyland and Disney World. When it comes to school, I love recess! Haha, and of course, math and reading!
As your assistant principal, I hope you find our school a safe place to learn, grow, and try new things. More than academics (although we will be working hard on our academics), I want you to have a healthy growth mindset, positive self-talk, and love coming to school.
I can't wait to meet you!