Municipal is a community school which comprises four different sub communities of Roy City. The older and more established community is in the South East corner of the city. About 2/3 of the population of Municipal is bussed in from the newer or west side of the city. Many of the Municipal students are bussed past other schools to help fill the it’s classrooms. Municipal years ago was established in the heart of the city. It was the neighbor to the Police, Fire and Roy Municipal building. Behind the school use to be the recreation building and next door was the public swimming pool. Today all of those features and resources have moved further north and west as the growth of Roy moved in those directions. Municipal is centrally located close to the Roy exit of the freeway, Hill Air Force Base and much of Municipal School’s border is adjacent to the Davis School District border.
Municipal has been a smaller school in comparison to some of the newer schools that will hold up to 1000 students. Municipal currently holds up to around 450 students. Municipal is a great place to receive an education. The school has been in the community for over 50 years. It has had at least 2 remodels in that time. The school utilizes the city park as it’s playground and seems to be the gathering place for many people after school hours. The school has about 35 staff members and 21 classrooms. The class sizes vary from 20 – 34 students depending upon grade level and pockets of students. A cool fact for our school is the current Police and Fire Chiefs both attended Municipal as elementary students. Come visit and join the Municipal Eagles where it takes a whole village to help raise a child.
Midland Elementary was constructed on farmland that had been used to grow onions and corn. The student population in Roy was growing rapidly prior to construction of the school. To accommodate this growth, students attended split sessions at Country View Elementary until Midland Elementary was completed in 1985. The original building had twenty-six full size classrooms along with a multipurpose room complete with a stage, and an open library. Nearly ten years later the library was enclosed and an additional eight classrooms were built on the north end of the existing building.
There are currently seven hundred students enrolled at Midland served by twenty-nine and a half teachers. Fifteen support staff including classroom aides, secretaries, custodians and cooks also work at Midland Elementary.
Majestic Elementary School is located in Harrisville, Utah in the shadow of Ben Lomond Peak. It serves approximately 775 students. Majestic includes grades kindergarten through sixth, and it is home to a Spanish dual immersion program. Majestic opened its doors in the fall of 1998. It draws students from three surrounding cities (Harrisville, Pleasant View, and North Ogden). The school was originally built to house approximately 600 students and was added onto in the fall of 2004 with extra classes and a gymnasium. Majestic currently has a faculty and staff of approximately 65 members. The mascot is a “Mountaineer”.
Lomond View Elementary is located in the heart of Pleasant View, Utah on the benches of the majestic Ben Lomond Peak. Lomond View is enthusiastic about student achievement due to the efforts of its approximately 650 students, 1300+ parents & Grandparents, 27 teachers & 18 support staff. This dedication is manifest in our performance in the top 10% of Weber School District on CORE, and other benchmark testing. Services provided include complete regular and resource education courses, counseling, speech therapy, and occupational and physical therapy is provided on an as-needed basis. Breakfast and lunch are served each day school is in session. As home of the Lions, we take pride in providing a safe learning environment where we help each other succeed, and consistently improve ourselves. The Lomond View Lions are a proud part of the Weber School District.
A few of the great opportunities students can choose to participate in include: Orchestra, Choir, Science Club, Math & Science Olympiad, Iron Kid competition, Chess Club, multiple service projects, Newberry Bingo Challenge, and new this year will be the Lego Robotics Club. Lomond View Elementary is committed to staying current on technology and best teaching practices. This year we finished purchasing interactive Smart Boards for every classroom, and staff members participated in over 1400 combined hours of professional development.
The school was originally constructed in 1959. Six additional classrooms and an enclosed ramp connecting the upper and lower concourses were added in 1967. In 1985, extensive modifications were made including the addition of a large gymnasium and storage areas, four new classrooms, a new media center, and an enlarged kitchen space. Spring of 2011 brought a new coat of paint and updated floor coverings to most of the common areas of the school and the Northern classrooms. Currently, the supportive Lomond View PTA is working on replacing the school’s marquee with a new, electronic version to better inform our parents and students of upcoming events.
Lakeview Elementary is located near the west gate of Hill Field AFB in Roy, Utah. – We are the home of the Leopards. We serve k-6 students in Roy who reside west of I-15 and east the Union Pacific railroad tracks from 4800 to 5600 South.
Our school provides full day kindergarten for all students and the average class size K-6 is 23 students.
Lakeview opened its’ doors in the fall of 1954 with just six classrooms and originally included students from the surrounding Roy area as well as Riverdale and the old Wilson school.
Lakeview serves approximately 460 students and employs 25 full-time teachers. We are a school-wide Title I School and provide additional academic support to students struggling in math and reading. In addition to our focus on reading and math instruction, Lakeview students also receive courses on character building: respect, responsibility, caring, trustworthiness, fairness and citizenship.
Lakeview Elementary is proud to be a Leader in Me school. Our faculty teaches the timeless principles of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and the 7 Habits of Happy Kids and everyone tries to apply these in every situation. The Leader in Me empowers students to be in charge of their daily actions and learning. The behavior problems have dropped dramatically because the students are given a chance to think about what they can do to fix the problem themselves, often choosing to perform kind acts of service.
In addition, every student at Lakeview benefits greatly from a broad range of leadership opportunities--from opportunities to lead tours, perform music, give speeches, serve the community, and implement their creative ideas, to assisting teachers in coordinating events at the school. Because of these wide range of leadership opportunities, the students have developed strong character, confidence, compassion, drive, and high standards of personal performance. We prepare our students to be leaders now so at home and at work they can become true leaders in their future, always concerned for the people around them.
Kanesville Elementary School is a Utah Elementary school with an enrollment of approximately 750 students. Kanesville is located in West Haven, Utah which is approximately 35 miles north of Salt Lake City, west of the Wasatch Mountains in northern Utah. The convergence of the Weber and Ogden Rivers is located inside the northeastern portion of the city. The city is bordered on the east by Ogden, on the south by Roy, on the west by Hooper, and on the north by Marriott-Slaterville. Kanesville Elementary is part of the Weber School District and includes grades Kindergarten through sixth grade with a Life Skills Unit. West Haven is a city in Weber County, Utah. It was incorporated on July 1, 1991, combining theunincorporated communities of Kanesville and Wilson.
The first settlers in what would become Kanesville arrived in 1868. At the time the area was known as Northwest Hooper. Kanesville Elementary opened its doors in 1977 and still remains standing with a new addition added in 2009. A newsletter from the city's mayor in 2009 noted that West Haven was the fastest growing city in Utah in 2008. The predominant single-family home nature of the residential areas is being joined by more multi-story multi-family dwellings and condominiums. Some of the old rural nature survives in patches, including farm homes dating back well into the 19th Century, and there are still some working farms raising both crops and animals.
Kanesville Elementary feeds into Rocky Mountain Junior High and Fremont High School.
Hooper Elementary School is located in the southwest corner of Weber School District and is only several miles from the Great Salt Lake.
The current enrollment is approximately 660 students in grades K-6th with a teaching staff of 30 certified teachers.
Hooper schools were originally consolidated into one central school in 1905 on what is now the corner of 5500 S and 5900 W. It was remodeled in 1938. In 1970 this school was demolished and the present school was built. In 2007 Weber District added a 22,200 square foot addition which includes a gymnasium, computer lab, and ten additional classrooms to the school.
On any given day you will see dozens of children playing soccer, kickball, football, wall ball, Chinese jump rope, and other games on the big field. Hooper is a great place to be.
H. Guy Child Elementary is located in the city of South Ogden, Utah. It is named after Henry Guy Child who served as the first mayor of South Ogden and who also served on the Weber School District Board of Education. The school was constructed in 1965 with an additional wing being added on in 1978. It serves the residents of South Ogden who live south of Highway 89 and also the residents of lower Uintah. It is part of the Weber School District and includes grades K-6. The population of the school is approximately 510 with 50 full and part-time staff members.
Green Acres Elementary School, located in North Ogden, is part of the Weber School District. It first opened in 1977, one of four schools in the district with the same open design plan. Over the years, classrooms were enclosed and in 2008, a wing was added which provided nine new classrooms.
With an enrollment of approximately 500 students and 32 teachers, Green Acres serves students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade, and provides a variety of special programs as well. These include classes for Headstart, special education preschool, kindergarten, Life Skills and Utah School for the Deaf. Our staff is dedicated to the students’ achievement and well-being, and includes Weber District’s Teacher of the Year and two former Classified Employees of the Year.
Freedom Elementary opened its doors in the fall of 2002 amidst a groundswell of patriotism (following the events of September 11th) and pride (as Utah prepared to host the Winter Olympics). 700 students, the first to be called Freedom Patriots, filled the hallways that first year with all the hopes, dreams and promise of our nation’s future.
From the beginning, the name “Freedom” has held special significance. To us, our school’s name is a reminder “of the values of diversity and liberty that we cherish and celebrate…it also represents the character traits of pride and nobility demonstrated by our founding fathers.” Those associated with our school feel a sense of responsibility, duty, and devotion that accompanies the privilege of being a Patriot, knowing our name has been born of service and sacrifice.
Built at a cost of $9,000,000 and sited on 15 acres on the eastern edge of Hooper, between 5500 South and Howard Slough, Freedom grew as rapidly as the neighborhood that surrounded it and soon swelled to over 900 students, prior to a boundary shift in 2009. Our current enrollment, which stands at 730, continues to grow, as the community fills in around us.
Our staff of 65 include: teachers, aides/paraprofessionals, secretaries, cooks, and custodians, along with a school counselor, media specialist, school nurse, speech/language pathologist, school crossing guards, and many other support personnel. In addition to our staff, we have many other school community members, who are vital to helping our students learn and grow. These include: Foster Grandparents, the Freedom PTA, School Community Council, our community business partners, along with approximately 50-70 other volunteers who are helping in our classrooms, reading center, and throughout the school on a daily basis.
In addition to providing comprehensive, core curriculum-based learning to students in kindergarten through 6th grade, we also provide differentiated instruction and special education services, including services to students with severe needs in our functional life skills classroom.