From The Salt Lake Tribune: Five hundred employees, 450 computers, a fleet of buses, mechanics and carpentry shops, thousands of pounds of textbooks and decades of payroll records: "Moving day" for the Jordan (Utah) School District is no day-long affair. Since east-side residents voted to form their own school system, Jordan Superintendent Barry Newbold has focused on the July 1 transfer of nearly half his schools and assets to the newly formed Canyons School District. Part of that transition occurs behind the scenes -- the frantic six-week period in which Jordan vacates its central office in Sandy to make way for the Canyons team. All this while delivering seamless service to the still-intact district's 80,000 students. Until Jordan can afford permanent digs, the district will rent three buildings in West Jordan.