Ogden News

Jarrett Ucherkemur – Ogden High School Student of the Month
Skyler Pyle

Jarrett has earned a 3.3 GPA, thanks in part to his perfect attendance! He was worried about transitioning from homeschool to Ogden high; this is his first year in a traditional school setting. But he proved that there was no need to worry because he is doing great! Jarrett loves learning and always stays positive. He has made great connections, is a great example for other students, and he is always friendly to everyone around him.

Jarrett is a natural ambassador. School staff members have introduced him to foreign exchange students and other students who are new or in need a friend. Jarrett is great at making others feel connected and being genuinely kind. He is such a great part of our Ogden High team. We are excited to see his progress and continued growth. He is a ray of sunshine.

Jarret would like give back to the Ogden community by becoming a doctor who works with children.

Malone Peterson - February District Student of the Month
Skyler Pyle

Malone has been highly involved with every facet of student life at Ogden High. He has played for both the varsity football team and the varsity soccer team. He also reached State for FCCLA two years in a row as well as representing the Tigers at Nationals for FCCLA.

Malone has been awarded Governor's Honors Academy Scholarship to SUU, a full ride scholarship. By the time he graduates, he will have already earned 16 college credits.

Along with playing football and soccer, Malone also enjoys snowboarding and golf. His passion for sports and physical activity and led him to pursue and education and career in physical therapy.

Malone Peterson - Ogden High, District Student of the Month

Ogden High's International Baccalaureate Honors Pathways Info Night
Skyler Pyle

Join Ogden High School on November 15 from 6-8 p.m. for Honors Pathway Info Night. Advisors will be on hand to answer any questions students and parents have about the International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement and Concurrent Enrollment programs as well as scholarships and college preparation. 

Hope Week: September 25-29
Rosemary Duckworth

Hope week is September 25th through the 29th, to bring bring awareness to suicide prevention. There is a different activity each day:

Monday: “WHAT BRINGS ME HOPE” - Wall of Hope During advisory you will learn more about Hope Squad and write a message of “What brings you hope” that will be displayed on our wall of hope.

Tuesday: Safe UT can be a LIFESAVER! During lunch, Hope Squad members will be in the cafeteria passing out information cards and lifesavers and helping everyone download the Safe UT app.

Wednesday: Wear YELLOW to show support of National Suicide Awareness Month. Prizes for students and staff wearing yellow will be brought around during tutorial.

Thursday: Join the “Hope Chalk Walk” during lunch and use sidewalk chalk to write a message of hope or kindness in the outdoor commons!

Friday: Hope 4 Ogden Assembly

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