The Jordan High School speech teams started strong this month, sweeping the first four meets of their season. The Jordan varsity and junior high teams bested about 10 other teams at each meet.

On Nov. 5, local voters will decide whether or not to approve a $39.5 million Jordan Public Schools referendum that consists of three proposals which increase the student levy and secure building bonds for a variety of improvement projects.

Shakopee schools still need two literacy tutors for the 2019-2020 school year, according to a news release from Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps. Scott County schools, overall, are still currently seeking 21 tutors. The need is urgent and area residents are encouraged to appl…

The Jordan Independent publishes the names of Jordan residents or former residents who graduate, enroll or earn recognition in post-secondary education and whose names are shared by their schools.


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