"KSL in Your Community" broadcasts at Layton High

The lobby of Layton High School was the first stop on KSL NewsRadio’s "KSL in Your Community" live broadcast series.

From 5 a.m. to noon on Thursday, January 12, shows Utah’s Morning News and Dave & Dujanovic took a deep dive into Davis County and the issues that are most important to residents.

Utah’s Morning News hosts Amanda Dickson and Tim Hughes started the day by interviewing LHS Principal Brock Jackman, asking him about the school and its 2,200 students. They also spoke with SBO activities officer Miles Robertson and art teacher/department chair Chad Crane.

Talk show hosts Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic guided listeners through the biggest local and national news stories during their show, while still making time to highlight good things happening in Davis School District.

During the show, they interviewed:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Military Educational Therapist Jordan Dye about mental health resources offered to military students and their families
  • Director of Adult Education Marci Flocken and Community Education Coordinator Dave Hopkins about opportunities available to all adults through DSD’s community education program
  • Lisa Glassey, coordinator of LHS’s teen connection center, about efforts made by the school, district and Davis Education Foundation to serve homeless youth and other underserved student populations.

The broadcast can be listened to in full at kslnewsradio.com.