Active cases as of:
|Friday 9/25/2020||Active Positive Cases||Recovered Positive Cases||Currently Quarantined||Cleared from Quarantine|
|Total Student Cases||25||33||502||445|
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School lunches are available for students that are flexible learning at home and students that are opting to attend Weber Schools online. Ordering will be open on Saturday prior to the coming week. You can order for the whole week or daily before 7:30 am for the day. Ordering will be done online through the parent portal.
Order by Logging into the Parent portal.
Lunches will be available for pick up at the following “hub” locations:
At the present time we are only offering lunch.
Pickup will be at the time allocated online when ordering. 10:00-10:30 am will be the standard time to start picking up. When picking up a name will be required at the Point of Sale or a student ID can be used. This will allow the lunch to be charged to the student’s lunch account for eligibility purposes.
Thank you for your continued support.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Weber Adult Education is the Adult and Community Education for Weber School District. Currently located on 12th Street just a few blocks east of Interstate 15, our offices are housed in the north end of the Two Rivers High School building. Weber Adult Ed offers various services and classes to help students and community learners further their educational goals and invest in their future. The adult education programs of Utah do not discriminate in its programs based on race, color, national origin, sex or disabilities.
Students 16 years of age and older are eligible to participate in programs offered through Adult and Community Education.
Students who are interested in participating in adult basic education, GED preparation and adult high school completion may contact the registrar at 801-476-3930, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Registration information is also available at our website: adulteducation.wsd.net.
Classes are offered at various sites throughout the Weber School District.
Available Educational Opportunities Include:
Adult Basic Education
Adult High School Completion
ESL (English as a Second Language) classes for English Language Learners (ELL).
Friendship skills are the skills and abilities necessary to make a positive, lasting, healthy connection with another person. Friendship skills make it possible for us to form and sustain relationships with others. Friendship skills are numerous, and can be socially complex. Friendship skills include such skills as, communication, sharing, empathy, fairness, acceptance, etc. Below you will find resources you can use at home to help teach this important skill to your child.
How to Help Kids Make Friends
10 Friendship Skills Every Kid Needs
4 Skills for Making Friends
40 Friendship Skill Building Activities
Top 10 Friendship Games and Activities
Sesame Street: Murray Reports of Friendship
Kid Presidents Guide to Making New Friends
Getting Along with Others
Healthy Friendships in Adolescents
How to Talk to your Teen about Friendships
6 Ways to Help Your Teen Make and Keep Great Friends
Talking to your Teen about Bad Friendships
5 Activities for Teens to Build Trust and Cooperation
Friendship Games for Teenagers
Guide to Maintaining Friendships
Toxic Vs. Healthy Friendship
Teamwork is when a group of people work together to accomplish a common goal. Teamwork skills are needed in order to be successful in all aspects of our lives. In order to excel at teamwork, we must get along well with others, value other people’s strengths, confidently share our ideas, and listen well to others. When we are a positive member of a team, we know that “two heads are better than one” and that we can accomplish more together than we can alone. Below you will find resources you can use at home to help teach this important skill to your child.
6 Tips for Teaching Your Child Teamwork
Let’s Work Together
5 Ways to Encourage Teamwork from the Sideline
33 Awesome Team Building Activities for Kids
Games to Get Kids to Work Together
Teamwork Pays Off
Power of Teamwork (commercial)
Team Building Activities for Teens: A Complete Guide
All About Team Building
The Importance of Family Teamwork
10 Team Building Activities to do with Your Family
27 Team Building Games and Activities
Wisdom of Geese
Secrets of Successful Teamwork
Mutual respect and understanding occurs when two people try to see where the other is coming from, and treat each other with kindness, concern, empathy and consideration. Mutual respect and understanding occurs when we treat those around us the way we would like to be treated. Below you will find resources you can use at home to help teach this important skill to your child.
All About Respect
Teaching Kids to Disagree Respectfully
How to Teach Kids Respect
Activities to Teach Kids Respect
Fun Ways to Teach Children to Respect Others
Sesame Street: Respect
Kid President’s 20 Things We Should Say More Often
How to Teach Teens to Respect Parents
The Language of Respect
Show Some Respect
Games for Teens to Teach Respect
Teaching Respect to Teenagers
How You Treat People is Who You Are
Who Should You Respect and Why?
Be Kind to Others
Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. When we have empathy, we are able to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes, and imagine what they are feeling and what they are going through. Empathy allows us to connect with others, build relationships and show compassion for what others are experiencing. Below you will find resources you can use at home to help teach this important skill to your child.
15 Ways to Help Kids Develop Empathy
For Families: 5 Tips for Cultivating Empathy
Why it’s Important to Nurture Empathy in Kids
The Importance of Showing Empathy to Kids who Think and Act Differently
8 Empathy Activities
17 Activities for Kids to Practice Kindness and Compassion
13 Games that Teach Empathy
All About Empathy
Sesame Street: Empathy
How to Help Teenagers Develop Empathy
Growing Empathy in Teens
Teaching Teens the Power of Empathy
Teaching Empathy to Young Adolescents
Tools to Teach Teens Compassion and Empathy
Empathy Can Change the World
Brene Brown on Empathy
Self-Care is a deliberate and conscious effort to take care of our emotional, mental and physical health and well-being. Self-Care is being kind to ourselves, our minds and our bodies. When we practice self-care, we do better in school, our relationships with others are healthier, and feelings of anxiety and depression are diminished.
Below you will find resources you can use at home to help teach this important skill to your child.
A Self-Care Checklist to do with your Kids
Self-Care Tips for Kids
8 Ways to Promote Kids Mental Health
45 Self-Care Activities
5 Mindfulness Exercises for Kids
How to Talk with your Teenager About Self-Care
11 Self-Care Tips for Teens
12 Ways to Take Better Care of Yourself
80 Self-Care Activities for Teens
Self-Care and Parenting
Yoga for Stress Relief
3 Minute Breathing Mindful Meditation
Emotional Regulation is the way we handle big feelings like anger, disappointment and anxiety. Emotional Regulation (sometimes called self-regulation) is the ability to identify your feelings, and express them in a healthy and appropriate way. Emotional regulation does not mean getting rid of feelings, but rather being aware of them. Once we are aware of our emotions, we can take control in the way we express them. Below you will find resources you can use at home to better understand emotional regulation, and help teach this important skill to your child.
Emotional Regulation in Children
When “big feelings” are a problem
30 Activities and Games for Self-Regulation
8 Emotional Regulation Techniques
Why do we Lose Control of Our Emotions?
Inside Out-Guess the Feeling
10 Emotional Tools Every Teen Needs to be Taught
Help Teens Learn to Control Emotions
Techniques for Teens to Cope with Emotions
How to Help Teens Manage their Emotions and Accept their Feelings
Emotional Intelligence Packet for Teens