A program is set for 10:30 a.m., focusing on the many community projects the school is involved in throughout the year. Jim Shea, Olympic gold medalist, will speak to the student body, challenging them to "Go for the gold in serving others."
Selected students will share thoughts and experiences from the various projects in which they have been involved. These range from building houses in Mexico to assisting at a nursing home, city clean-a-thon, at the Canyon Heights School for Young Mothers, and at an Ogden community center and elementary school.
The school, which is affiliated with Layton First Assembly of God Church. It was started in 1994 and has more than 500 students, K-12. For more information call 771-7141, Ext. 17.