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Gina ButtersGina Butters


Gina D. Butters is a "home-grown product" of Weber School District, having graduated from Bonneville High School. She went on to attend the University of Utah where she earned her Bachelor Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science with a minor in Psychology, and Master of Education degree in Educational Studies. She began her career in Weber School District in 1992 as a teacher at Roy High School. She taught for two years at RHS and another 11 years at Fremont High School, and coached girls’ basketball at both schools. Butters earned her Administrative/Supervisory Certification from Utah State University. In 2005, she was appointed as an administrative intern and served in that capacity for one year at Roy High School. Butters served the next two years as an assistant principal - one year at Roy High School and one year at Bonneville High School. In 2008, she was named the principal of North Ogden Junior High School. Butters served two years in this capacity and was then appointed principal of Roy High School, where she spent six years. While serving as principal at Roy High, Butters was a team leader in the Roy Cone Project. In 2016, Butters moved to the district office, where she spent three years as the Student Services Director and the last three years as the Secondary Education Executive Director. She has also served on many other community-oriented task forces and committees. During her 30-year career, she has received multiple honors including the prestigious Huntsman Excellence in Education Award. Butters is a focused, optimistic leader centered in the whole-child approach to education. She is a strong communicator, experienced educator, and passionate advocate for all children. Her student-first philosophy inspires confidence and trust. In February 2022, Gina Butters was named as the 15th Superintendent of Weber School District. The district comprises 45 schools which serve over 33,000 students throughout Weber County. It is the 8th largest school district in the state of Utah.

Clyde MooreClyde Moore

Assistant Superintendent

Clyde Moore’s educational career hails from a small town in Leakesville, Mississippi. After graduating from high school, he went to William Carey University and earned his B.S. in education. He taught 6 years in Mississippi before coming to Utah. Shortly after moving to Utah, he continued teaching at Ben Lomond High School for 16 years. While teaching and coaching basketball, golf, and tennis, he earned his master’s in educational counseling from the University of Phoenix and his Administrative Supervisory Endorsement from Utah State University.

In 2005, Clyde received his first administrative assignment at Mount Ogden Junior High School, where he served for 6 years, and an additional year at Ogden High School before joining Weber School District.

Clyde Moore served three years at Roy High School as an Assistant Principal, and 2 years as Principal at Sand Ridge Junior High before coming to the District as the Secondary Supervisor for the last 3 years. Clyde Moore is humbled and considers it an honor to join the superintendency and serve the students, staff, and families in this great district. His assignments will include Secondary Education, Student Services, Human Resources, CTE, and Adult Education 

Dave HalesDave Hales

Assistant Superintendent

Dave Hales has been enjoying serving the students and families of Weber School District for the past 30 years. He earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees from Weber State University during the 1990s, and later obtained his administrative certificate from Utah State University in the early 2000s. While serving as a principal he earned his Reading Endorsement from the Utah State Board of Education. His career began as a teacher at Municipal Elementary School and later he moved from Municipal to teach at Hooper Elementary. He served as an educational leader for 17 years in his role as the principal of Majestic, Valley and Farr West Elementary schools. He moved to the district office as the Elementary Supervisor in 2019 and shortly before joining the superintendency he had the privilege of being the Executive Director of Elementary Education. Mr. Hales will oversee Elementary Education and the District’s Title 1 programs as well as supervisory roles with Special Education and Pre-School.