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

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PLEASE COME JUNE 9, 2020 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM TO REGISTER YOUR KINDERGARTENER.

PLEASE BRING WITH YOU: ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE, IMMUNIZATIONS

AND 2 PROOFS OF RESIDENCY (CURRENT UTILITY BILL, UPDATED DRIVERS LICENSE).

Click here to go to the WSD.net registration page with all the information.

Check out these available resources: 
 
Smart Smiles is still accepting patients.  https://smartsmiles.dental/sign-up-today  
 
The second link is for people who may need services now that can be done by telehealth.
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We love our students!  Thank you to Mrs. Petty for making a video to show our love for our school!

It's Gonna Be Okay!

 

See our Parade Video, too!

https://youtu.be/GjTlhipgXG8

Please go to Weber School District's Registration page for all the information and forms needed.  Thank you!  We look forward to meeting your students soon!

***If any of you are struggling with obtaining basic needs for your student(s), such as clothing, glasses, dental, and medication, please contact me by email and I can work on helping through some avenues we have in our district.  We want to make sure our students are safe and healthy! 

I am hoping this site will help all students and parents to have some resources and fun experiences to make our time away a little more fun, relaxing, engaging and also keeping you all growing emotionally, mentally and academically.

Mrs. Dearing's Counseling Corner

 

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 District students 18 years of age and under are eligible to pick up a free meal at the following schools:

Lakeview Elementary                                    

Municipal Elementary

North Park Elementary  

Roosevelt Elementary

Washington Terrace Elementary

Burch Creek Elementary

Valley View Elementary

Green Acres Elementary

Riverdale Elementary

Roy Elementary

In order to serve “Grab and Go” meals to even more families throughout the district, 10 additional satellite sites have been identified. Students 18 years of age and under can pick up breakfast and lunch at these sites free of charge.

Fremont High

Weber High

Snow Crest Jr.

Rocky Mountain Jr. 

Wahlquist Jr.    

Kanesville Elementary

West Weber Elementary

Hooper Elementary

Uintah Elementary

Majestic Elementary

Serving Times:

Beginning Wednesday, March 18 - Breakfast 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Lunch 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Because our breakfast and lunch serving times run back to back, a student could pick up both breakfast and lunch at the same time. 

Thank You,

July 10, 2020

Dear Parents, Students, Teachers and Staff Members,

Members of the Weber Board of Education and I recognize that there are questions and concerns regarding the opening of school this fall. District and school leaders are spending the summer preparing for the return of students in August. Throughout the entire school year, Weber School District will follow guidance from state and local health department officials regarding school opening or possible closures. This year's return to school will come with some new protocols and procedures in order to keep everyone safe and healthy. Here is a link to our Safe Weber—A Responsive Framework to COVID-19. We encourage everyone to get familiar with the document, along with its accompanying protocols. While it will alter certain aspects of the school day, our goal is to maintain a normalized environment where students can learn and teachers can teach.  

Each of us continues to hope for a vaccine and effective therapeutics to treat the spread of the coronavirus. Optimistic medical advances are certainly bringing that day closer. Until then, our individual behavior will become the most effective defense against the virus. Up to this point, our best countermeasures against the virus have been limiting large scale social interactions and imposing restrictions on group gatherings (e.g., soft closure of schools, closures of non-essential businesses, stay-at-home recommendations, etc.). We have moved into a period where these types of restrictions are less sustainable. We are now beginning to rely more on individual behaviors. Frankly, our goal is to keep schools open, sporting events available, extracurricular activities accessible, as well as field trips, dances and graduation. The best way to accomplish that is for each of us to demonstrate individual responsibility by protecting ourselves and others.

As we open schools for in-person instruction, it is important that everyone recognizes the role they play in protecting themselves and others. It is absolutely imperative that if anyone experiences flu-like symptoms (e.g., fever, cough, chills, nausea, etc.) they stay home. The board of education has suspended high school attendance credit requirements for the 2020-21 school year so that no student feels compelled to attend school. Likewise, elementary and junior high administrators have discontinued any type of perfect attendance awards. Each school will place a heightened emphasis on facility sanitation, including the regular cleaning of touch points, horizontal surface areas and the use of electrostatic sprayers to maintain a clean and healthy school environment. Hand hygiene is vital! We will have hand sanitation stations placed throughout our schools and students will be encouraged to regularly wash their hands as a way to remove germs, avoid getting sick and prevent the spread of germs to others.  

The school district will provide face coverings for students and teachers. These face coverings are durable, washable and reusable. They will come in school colors and include the school logo. We also have a face shield for every teacher and staff member. Face shields permit the students to see and hear their teacher. These simple things like consistent hand-washing, staying home when sick, facial coverings, standing at a distance and limiting close interactions will become our best defense against the virus and keep everyone safe. Now that we know much more about how the virus is spread, we must govern ourselves in ways that will limit the spread.  

Finally, we know that there will be some families who choose to have their students learn from home. We want to accommodate that choice. We have had teams of teachers working all summer to build courses on a learning management system called CANVAS (and in some instances Google Classroom). This will enable your student to stay connected to his/her teacher and classmates while learning from home in a flexible model.  

The overall success of this school year will require each of us working closely together, listening to one another's concerns and doing our part to contribute to a positive, healthy and safe school experience.  

Professionally,  

Dr. Jeff M. Stephens

Superintendent; Weber School District

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Text join @110parents (there is a space in between join

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