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Wednesday, 29 March 2023 15:15

School Safety Message

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March 29, 2023

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As you are probably aware, numerous calls have been made to school districts across the state regarding a possible active shooter threat.  It turned out to be a hoax and there was no emergency.  One of the calls was directed at Ogden High School which created a county-wide law enforcement response to the school.  As a precautionary measure, many of our schools went into a secure protocol at the direction of law enforcement.

A “secure” is part of the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) and it is initiated when there is a possible threat somewhere in the community.  During a “secure” everyone is brought inside the building and the exterior doors are locked.  No one is allowed in or out of the building until the protocol is released.  During a “secure” it is business as usual inside the school.

A secure differs greatly from a “lockdown.”  A lockdown is a much more serious action because it involves a possible threat inside the school.  For your reference, we have attached information on the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) which describes all of our emergency protocols.

We also want to make you aware of the many safety and security measures we have in place in our district:

  • Safety committees - We have two safety committees that oversee school safety for the district.  These committees meet regularly to review safety procedures and implement  security initiatives.  
  • Site assessments - We are in the process of conducting site assessments at all of our schools to help identify and address security concerns.
  • Secure entrances - Over the past several years, we have been redesigning the main entryways at all of our elementary schools to allow for secure, single-point entry.  This coming summer, work will begin on many of our secondary school entrances.
  • Electronic access control - We’ve also been working on upgrading our exterior doors with electronic access control.  This allows for better monitoring of doors while providing for a more secure building perimeter.
  • Door lock upgrades - We are in the process of replacing interior door locks so doors can be more quickly and easily secured during an emergency.
  • Audio Enhancement - These devices give teachers and staff the ability to immediately alert authorities in the event of an emergency at their school.
  • Security cameras - We have nearly 1,200 security cameras in schools throughout our district.
  • Threat assessment - We’ve had a functioning threat assessment team in place for many years that helps to identify and monitor potential threats within our schools. 
  • Partnership with law enforcement - We have a strong partnership with local law enforcement and there are officers assigned to each of our secondary schools.  They also help to cover our elementary schools.
  • Safety Drills - We conduct regular safety drills according to the Standard Response Protocol (SRP).  These include drills for fire, threats of violence and other emergencies.
  • Mental health therapists - We continue to add mental health therapists to our schools to help students who may be struggling with mental health challenges.
  • Monitoring software - We have software that monitors our district network and devices for potential threats and concerns.
  • SafeUT app - We continue to use and promote the SafeUT app which is an anonymous tip line and crisis line.  Tips that are submitted help us to address concerns early while preventing school violence. 
  • WSD Notifier - In the event of an emergency, you will receive texts and emails through the WSD Notifier.  It’s important that you have updated your contact information in this system in order to receive notifications.
  • Social Media - We try our best to monitor activities on social media but we need your help.  If you choose to allow your children to use social media, please talk with them about appropriate use and posting responsibly.  Making threats or even posting jokes related to school violence isn’t funny, it’s criminal.

The safety and well-being of our students and employees is foremost on our minds. We are navigating a societal landscape wherein school shootings, threats and disruptions are far too commonplace. We acknowledge that this creates heightened fear and anxiety for students and families. Please be assured that we are doing all we can to keep our school settings safe. The saying, “See something, say something” is more relevant today than ever before. Everyone plays an important role in school safety. We must look out for one another and work together. 


WSD Superintendency

Tuesday, 24 May 2022 07:51


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Fee Schedules 2023-24

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Fees/Waivers/Fundraising Training 2022-2023

This training is for all district employees who work with student fees or fundraising.


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School Fees and Waivers

Monday, 02 August 2021 07:30

Reporting Harassment / Discrimination

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Any person may report sex discrimination, including sexual harassment in person, by mail, by telephone, or by electronic mail, using the contact information listed for the Title IX coordinator, or by any other means that results in the Title IX Coordinator receiving the person’s verbal or written report. 

Sexual Harassment Prohibited by Title IX

Sexual harassment prohibited by Title IX means conduct on the basis of sex that satisfies one or more of the following:

    1.   An employee of the District conditions the provision of an aid, benefit, or service of the District on
          an individual’s participation in unwelcome sexual misconduct; (quid pro quo)
    2.   Unwelcome conduct determined by a reasonable person to be so severe, pervasive, and objectively
            offensive that it effectively denies a person equal access to the District’s educational program or
    3.   “Sexual assault” as defined in 20 U.S.C. 1092(f)(6)(A)(v), “dating violence” as defined in 34 U.S.C.
            12291 (a)(10), “domestic violence” as defined in 34 U.S.C. 12291(a)(8), or “stalking” as defined in
            34 U.S.C. 12291(a)(30) 

Alleged conduct that does not rise to the level of the sexual harassment under Title IX will be addressed in accordance with other District policies that prohibit sexual harassment and/or sex-based discrimination, or other forms of inappropriate conduct, as is deemed appropriate.

Friday, 18 December 2020 14:51

FTE and Qualifications

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Utah State Board of Education - Educator Licensing As of 3/21/2023

Educator Lookup Tool

License Distinctions

LEA Specific License: 

An LEA-Specific educator license, including areas of concentration and endorsements, is issued by the state board at the request of an LEA’s governing body (example: local school board) that is valid for an employee to fill a position in the LEA if other licensing routes for the applicant are untenable or unreasonable.

Associate License:

The Associate Educator License is for anyone who wants to teach in Utah but has not completed an educator preparation program but has met the content knowledge proficiency requirement or has a major in the subject area and is going through an educator preparation program.(University-based or alternate program).

Professional License:

A Professional Educator license is for teachers who have completed an educator preparation program. (University-based or alternate program)

Criteria Used To Get The Numbers


November 8, 2023, Changes in CACTUS after this date are not included


Total Full time Equivalency (FTE) assigned to each school or to the Lea as of date of the data being pulled

Percentage of Educators Fully Qualified (Professional)

Percentage of the FTE that is fully qualified for their assignment. Fully qualified means the educator has a current professional license and professional license areas and endorsements for their assignments

Percentages of Educators Partially Qualified (Associate)

Percentage of FTE that is partially qualified for their assignment. Partially Qualified means the educator has an associate license/license area or endorsement in their assignment. This includes professionally licensed educators who have received associate level license area/endorsements. 

Percentage of Educators not Qualified (LEA Specific)

Percentage of FTE that is not qualified for their assignment. This includes educators without a current license, educators teaching on an LEA specific or a professional or associate educator teaching outside their area. All LEA specific licenses fall into this category.   

2023-2024 Percentages by FTE and Qualifications

LEA NameSchool NumberSchool NameTotal FTEFully QualifiedEducators who are teaching under LEA Specific or are not QualifiedEducators in an Associate Program to become Professional Qualified
Weber District 100 Bates School 35.11 0.92% 0.06% 0.03%
Weber District 701 Bonneville High 83.09 0.87% 0.12% 0.03%
Weber District 105 Burch Creek School 33.31 0.83% 0.08% 0.05%
Weber District 179 Canyon View Preschool 28.49 0.97% 0.03% 0.00%
Weber District 109 Country View School 29.5 0.97% 0.03% 0.00%
Weber District 113 Farr West School 36.73 0.97% 0.03% 0.00%
Weber District 115 Freedom School 41.48 0.86% 0.09% 0.05%
Weber District 706 Fremont High 111.15 0.97% 0.02% 0.01%
Weber District 111 Green Acres School 28.5 0.90% 0.00% 0.10%
Weber District 110 H Guy Child School 24.6 0.90% 0.10% 0.00%
Weber District 112 Hooper School 32 0.94% 0.06% 0.00%
Weber District 750 Horizon Academy 6.14 0.83% 0.17% 0.00%
Weber District 114 Kanesville School 48 0.94% 0.04% 0.02%
Weber District 116 Lakeview School 28 0.93% 0.04% 0.03%
Weber District 120 Lomond View School 24.6 0.96% 0.00% 0.03%
Weber District 121 Majestic School 25.5 0.96% 0.00% 0.04%
Weber District 123 Midland School 32.54 0.85% 0.09% 0.06%
Weber District 124 Municipal School 21.5 0.82% 0.14% 0.04%
Weber District 402 North Ogden Jr High 48.46 0.87% 0.09% 0.04%
Weber District 128 North Ogden School 30.11 0.94% 0.06% 0.00%
Weber District 132 North Park School 29.07 0.90% 0.07% 0.03%
Weber District 142 Orchard Springs 28.47 0.97% 0.00% 0.03%
Weber District 405 Orion Jr High 56.52 0.93% 0.03% 0.04%
Weber District 138 Pioneer School 22.22 0.83% 0.08% 0.09%
Weber District 140 Plain City School 34 100.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Weber District 144 Riverdale School 24 0.92% 0.04% 0.04%
Weber District 403 Rocky Mountain Jr High 57.9 0.94% 0.02% 0.03%
Weber District 148 Roosevelt School 32 0.88% 0.00% 0.12%
Weber District 708 Roy High 97.17 0.86% 0.05% 0.09%
Weber District 404 Roy Jr High 53.34 0.98% 0.00% 0.02%
Weber District 152 Roy School 28.5 0.90% 0.10% 0.00%
Weber District 406 Sand Ridge Jr High 48.17 0.83% 0.08% 0.09%
Weber District 141 Silver Ridge Elementary 31.1 0.94% 0.00% 0.03%
Weber District 412 Snowcrest Jr High 21.52 100.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Weber District 408 South Ogden Jr High 48.45 0.90% 0.04% 0.06%
Weber District 410 T.H. Bell Jr High 39.95 0.87 0.08% 0.05%
Weber District 730 Two Rivers High 25.87 0.92% 0.00% 0.08%
Weber District 154 Uintah School 35.55 0.95% 0.02% 0.03%
Weber District 156 Valley School 30.82 0.94% 0.03% 0.03%
Weber District 158 Valley View School 22 0.96% 0.00% 0.04%
Weber District 416 Wahlquist Jr High 63.39 0.98% 0.02% 0.00%
Weber District 160 Washington Terrace School 28.91 0.87% 0.07% 0.06%
Weber District 704 Weber High 112.48 0.92% 0.04% 0.04%
Weber District 725 Weber Innovation High School 21.55 0.96% 0.04% 0.00%
Weber District 199 Weber Online K-6 5.05 100.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Weber District 162 West Haven School 31.1 0.94% 0.06% 0.00%
Weber District 164 West Weber School 30.7 0.91% 0.09% 0.00%
Wednesday, 20 November 2019 14:47

Non-Discrimination Statement

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Weber School District is committed to ensuring a safe learning and working environment for all our students and employees. Weber School District prohibits discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), or retaliation on the basis of race, color, sex, pregnancy, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected classification in all educational  programs, activities, admissions, access, treatment, or employment practices. Board Policy 4120 and 7100 prohibits discrimination based on race, color and national origin, sex, handicap or disability, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972,  and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Equal Access Act, and Utah Code 34A-5-106. Other related Weber School District Policy 5201 - Bullying Policy. Related inquiries and complaints may be directed to a school administrator or to the Weber School District Director of Equity, Justice, and Inclusion (801) 476-7869. You may also contact the Office for Civil Rights, Denver, CO, (303) 844-5695 or, if you believe you have been discriminated in your employment, the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division (UALD) at (801) 530-6801 or the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) at 1-800-669-4000..


Title IX
Heather Hardy

(801) 781-0810

Section 504
Jennifer Warren

(801) 317-7832

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Monday, 07 November 2016 08:21

Asbestos Notice

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Federal regulations require that schools be inspected for the presence of asbestos, a toxic material that has been used in the construction industry for a number of years. All schools have been inspected for asbestos containing materials and the results of the inspections are contained in the Asbestos Management Plan. The Asbestos Management Plan is available for your preview at each school, the District Office, or a copy of the plan would be provided to you for the cost of reproduction.

Monday, 21 August 2017 07:18

Walking Tips

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Tips for Walking Safely to School

Walking is fun, but you need to be safe while doing it. Follow these tips to make sure you get to and from school without any problems.

Walk together

Younger children should always walk with an adult. Tell your parents that walking is great exercise and a nice way to spend time together. If your parents say that you can walk to school on your own, remember these tips:

  • Walk with a friend when possible.
  • Ask your parents to help you pick a safe route to school; one that avoids dangers.
  • Stick to the route you picked with your parents. Don’t let friends talk you into shortcuts that are more dangerous.
  • When you are near the street, don’t push, shove, or chase each other.
  • Never hitchhike or take rides from people not arranged by your parents.
  • Talk to your parents and teacher about any bullying that may happen during your walk.

Be seen

Remember, drivers may not be able to see you well. Always wear bright-colored clothes and if it is dark or hard to see, carry fl ashlights or wear refl ective gear.

Look for traffic

Watch out for cars and trucks at every driveway and intersection on your walk to school. Look for drivers in parked cars. They may be getting ready to move.

Cross the street safely

  1. Stop at the curb or edge of the street.
  2. Look left, right, left and behind you and in front of you for traffi c.
  3. Wait until no traffi c is coming and begin crossing.
  4. Keep looking for traffi c until you have fi nished crossing.
  5. Walk, don’t run across the street.

Obey traffic signs, signals and adult school crossing guards For more resources and information on Safe Routes to School, please visit the National Center for Safe Routes to School Web site at:

Tuesday, 28 February 2017 10:20


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Board Meeting Records

We have a variety of ways for you to participate in and view Board Meetings. Below are direct links to the sections on our web site.

Financial Records

We currently post financial records to our website dating back to 2008. 

View the Financial Records

Public Records Requests

GRAMA Request Policy
GRAMA Request Form

Leadership and Management

This section of our website details information concerning:

  • Bonds
  • Tax Rates
  • Energy Management
  • Administrative FTE Ratio

View Leadership and Management Section


Testing Information




Sunday, 30 October 2016 23:35

Appropriate Use Policy K-3

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The following is a sample form you could use with elementary students, in conjunction with the Appropriate Use Policy.

Parents and Students: Please read together, sign and return the document to the school.

Statement of Purpose

Weber School District believes that all students should have access to technology when they act in a responsible, efficient, courteous and legal manner. Internet access and other online services, available to students and teachers, offer a multitude of global resources. Our goal in providing these services is to enhance the educational development of our students. Appropriate uses of technology are devoted to activities that support teaching and learning. The following are our agreements about the use of technology in the Elementary schools of Weber District:

Terms of Agreement

Using the computer correctly and responsibly is very important. I promise to follow these rules:

  1. I promise to use the computer carefully.
  2. I promise to only work on the programs and web pages that my teacher tells me to use.
  3. I promise to ask for help if I don’t know what to do.
  4. I promise to tell an adult if I read or see something on the computer that is not appropriate.
  5. I promise never to use the computer to hurt, frighten or bully others.
  6. I promise to print only when my teacher tells me to.
  7. I promise to only use my own file or my own folder on the server.
  8. I promise to only share any passwords with my teacher or parent.
  9. I promise if I see or hear something that makes me uncomfortable, I will tell my teacher and parent.
  10. I understand that if I break any of my promises, I might not be able to use the computers.

Use of New Web Tools

As part of 21st century learning, teachers and students will be using new Web tools such as blogs, wikis, 
podcasts, and videocasts. These technologies improve student communication and collaboration skills, provide a real audience, and extend learning beyond the classroom walls while building digital citizenship skills. At some point during the school year, you may be asked to sign additional permission forms regarding the Use of New Web Tools. 
I will sign my name to show that I will follow the rules listed above

Student Name (Print) ______________________________________ 
Student Signature ______________________________________ 
Homeroom Teacher ______________________________________ 
Grade______ Date Signed ____________________________

I have read this Appropriate Use Agreement and have discussed it with my child:

Parent/Guardian Name (Print) _____________________________ 
Parent/Guardian Signature _____________________________ 
Date Signed ____________________________

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