Wasatch Charter School, located at 1458 East Murray-Holladay Road, Holladay, UT 84117, is inviting proposals for landscaping and concrete work and playground equipment installation. The scope of work involved is detailed in the attached documents, along with a master plan.
Wasatch Charter School, located at 1458 East Murray-Holladay Road, Holladay, UT 84117, is inviting proposals for construction management / general contractor services for ongoing building repairs and maintenance projects and future landscaping / site-based work. The proposal should include,
Wasatch Charter School, located at 1458 East Murray-Holladay Road, Holladay, UT 84117, is inviting proposals for a rooftop solar PV system. The school has been accepted for a “grandfathered” net metering agreement under Rocky Mountain Power’s previous net metering program.
Article from Waldorf Publications — February 08 2018 For almost every grade in most Waldorf schools, there is a class play. This is an exciting event and means a great deal to everyone: the teachers, the students, the parents, the
In fourth grade, students at Waldorf schools study animals and create a final diorama project as a result. The children have been thrilled to present and share their special projects with parents and class mates. The children create a diorama
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Please see information below about the Traffic Safety Petition for our school. We, the nearby residents and parents of Wasatch Charter School do hereby petition the City of Holladay to: 1. Install an on-demand, crosswalk across Murray-Holladay Rd at
by Spencer Dirats Aspen Class Grade 7 Teacher In Waldorf education, 7th grade is centered around themes of self-discovery and rebirth, as those themes mirror the experience of the adolescent. For the first time, children are consciously coming into their
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