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801-452-4140  |  655 East 5500 South Ogden, UT 84405

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School is closed until May 1.
Weber School Board news release COVID-19
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Welcome to H Guy Child Elementary School!  We are looking forward to an exciting and successful school year. 
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News from the school

Free Grab 'N Go Lunches2020-03-18 00:59:00

In an effort to support families during the “soft closure” of schools, Weber School District will be providing "Grab and Go Meals" for breakfast and lunch at federally approved schools.  All Weber School...

Mrs. Dearing's Counseling Corner2020-04-09 01:12:59

***If any of you are struggling with obtaining basic needs for you student(s), such as clothing, glasses, dental, and medication, please contact me by email and I can work on helping through some avenues we...

My Connect Text Messaging2019-08-15 20:01:05

Receive text updates regarding school closure for snow days, late start, power outages, etc. To join this list: Text join @110parents (there is a space in between join and the @ symbol) to 385-313-TEXT (8398)...

Weber School Board news release COVID-192020-03-13 21:01:07

Dear Parents, This afternoon Governor Gary Herbert initiated a "soft closure" on all K-12 public and charter schools for the next two weeks (beginning Monday, March 16, 2020). The governor explained that his...

It is the mission of H. Guy Child Elementary School to ensure high levels of academic, social, and emotional learning for ALL students.

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