This is an archived article that was published on sltrib. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted. A bill in the last session would have required Utah school districts to create policies governing electronic devices in schools. The measure, proposed by Rep. Many districts - such as Jordan and Granite - have policies, but the bill would have required more specific rules, such as whether students can use cell phones for audio and video recordings, at school-sponsored events or on school buses. Students in the Jordan School District can't bring phones into classrooms, but can keep them in lockers for use at lunch time or between classes, said Melinda Colton, a district spokeswoman.
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