Learn about Bryce Weiler, a blind sports broadcaster, and his analysis of the Ogden Raptors baseball game against the North Colorado Owlz.
Weber School District's Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers met on August 16th to gear up for the new academic year. The event featured several guest speakers including Bryce Weiler, a blind sports analyst and co-founder of the Beautiful Lives Project. Weiler's message about what we can accomplish when someone gives us an opportunity, believes in us and when we have the determination to overcome obstacles was an unbelievable manifestation of the human spirit.
Watch Fox13's coverage of Bryce Weiler's story at the link below, and tune in to the Friday Ogden Raptors game, where he'll provide analyst coverage for one of our local teams!
Read about the the tiny homes that were built to help combat homelessness at https://www.standard.net/news/education/2023/may/23/wsd-tiny-house-program-donates-dwelling-to-homelessness-village/
The Other Side Village will soon provide housing for around 600 people coming out of chronic homelessness in Utah. High school students from Weber School District spent the semester getting their hands dirty to build two of the homes that will make up the village.
Need a pick me up, life advice, or words of encouragement? Try calling the Happiness Hotline (833-88-HAPPY), a free resource created by students and faculty in the Weber School District.
Students from elementary and local WSD schools put together a "Happiness Hotline". You can simply call the number below and listen to messages of encouragement, life advice, jokes and ovarall dose of positivity!
All the messages were recorded by students in our awesome district!
Many of you have industry partners that donate time, guest speak, and have resources that they share with our programs. Industry involvement in our classes is a critical piece to effective pathways, adding relevance and engagement to the student experience. In the case of the pickup, it also helped with a needed resource.