Who We Are
The Jordan Education Association (JEA) represents the licensed employees of Jordan School District. We work to advance the professional and economic well-being of our members. We believe in a strong public education system. We are the local affiliate of the Utah Education Association and the 3 million member National Education Association.
Congratulations to the following JEA Members on their retirement!
Mary Akagi - Riverton Elementary
Patty Bennett - Teaching and Learning
Renae Brady - Mountain Ridge High
Susan Brothersen - Mountain Shadows Elementary
Robert Comstock - Oquirrh Hills Middle
Margaret Coupe - Rosamond Elementary
Vicki Curtis - Mountain Shadows Elementary
Marta Diamond - Copper Hills High
Linda Freeman - Riverton Elementary
Celeste Giron - Riverton High
Susan Gustafson - Falcon Ridge Elementary
Barbara Harrison - Copper Hills High
Cynthia Heinecke - Fox Hollow Elementary
Susan Holtkamp - Mountain Shadows Elementary
Tyler Howell - West Hills Middle
Lori Huey - Riverside Elementary
Mark Landeen - South Jordan Middle
DeAnn Matthews - Fox Hollow Elementary
Joan McLaughlin - Midas Creek Elementary
Katharine Miller - Riverside Elementary
JoAnne Myers - Sunset Ridge Middle
Paul Nance - Teaching and Learning
Vicki Olsen - Riverton High and JEA President
Allyson Pulsipher - Southland Elementary
Carol Quistberg - Copper Canyon Elementary
Kaye Rachele-Flannery - South Jordan Elementary
Ginny Raiser - Teaching and Learning
Cathy Sandberg - Herriman Elementary
Gayle Shuler - Riverton Elementary
Karen Spencer - Rose Creek Elementary
Martha Stinson - Kauri Sue Hamilton School
Kelli Tobin-Nichols - Fox Hollow Elementary
Carol Weibell - Westvale Elementary
Activities and Events
Student Loan Forgiveness Webinar - various dates
Stay Informed and Involved
Special Legislative Session coming soon. Visit Under the Dome for the results.
By phone or email: M-F 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
In office: T and Th 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Closed: Fridays, July 3 and July 24
What We Believe
JEA believes that every student deserves a quality educator. JEA member educators can provide an education that prepares students to be college and career ready and compete in the global economy. JEA also believes in accountability not just in the classroom but for all stakeholders including parents, legislators, and the public.