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Thursday, 18 July 2019 09:07

Orchard Springs Elementary

Principal

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Address

3300 North 975 West
Pleasant View, UT 84414

Phone/Fax

P. 801.395.5650

F. 801.395.5650

OrchardSprings

New Student Registration 

New Student Registration will be held at Majestic Elementary School on August 1st from 10AM - 6PM. For questions please call 801-452-4260.

Majestic Elementary School
425 West 2550 North
Ogden UT, 84404

 

 

Thursday, 18 July 2019 09:06

Silver Ridge Elementary

Principal

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Address

3340 North 3050 West
Farr West, UT 84404

Phone/Fax

P. 801.395.5610

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Silver Ridge Elementary 

Weber High School’s Koby Pack takes 1st place at FBLA National Leadership Conference

Competing in San Antonio, Texas among 12,000 students in over 70 categories, Koby Pack, a Weber High student brought home 1st Place and the title of National Champion in the Sales Presentation Category.

Congratulations to Koby Pack led by Mr. Alan Rawlins, business/marketing instructor and FBLA advisor.

Although 105 individuals competed at the national leadership conference in the Sales Presentation event, it is not easy to get there or to get into finals. Only two percent of FBLA students advance to the national level, so just getting there to compete is a great achievement.  For students to make finals at Nationals they must be in the top 2 of their preliminary section out of 13-14 students.

Koby took first place at the State competition in March out of 28 individuals where he had to finish in the top two to advance to Nationals. Along with Koby, 12 other students from Weber High also attended Nationals in a variety of other events.

Wednesday, 12 June 2019 08:04

Webmaster Brainblast

You are now signed up to attend our special Webmaster Brainblast!

The Brainblast conference will be at Fremont High School.   

1900 N 4700 W, Plain City, UT 84404

AUGUST 9TH, 2019

Look for more email reminders the week before the conference!

 

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Congratulations to 38 students in 4th through 6th grade who earned the Viking Fitness Award this year at Valley View Elementary! The Viking Fitness Award recognizes students who display outstanding achievements in physical fitness; including excellence in the mile run, push-ups, sit-ups and the sit & reach. These 38 Vikings never give up and work hard to obtain and maintain physical fitness in their daily lives. Congratulations to each one of them!

Thursday, 16 May 2019 01:47

WHERE THE PATRIOTS PLAY

Last week at Freedom Elementary we dedicated our 11th all-abilities playground! Each playground is specially designed so that all children can play together. A big thanks to the Weber School Foundation, the Swanson Family Foundation, Besst Realty Group, Freedom Elementary PTA and the incredible members of the community. Without their generous donations and support, these types of projects would not be possible.

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 09:18

Utah AHEC Triumphs!

We enjoyed hosting Roy High School for their Career Exploration activity at WSU. The students spent 4 hours with us as they rotated in groups through a campus tour, a hands-on Anatomage table demonstration, tours of the plasticized cadaver lab, and the simulations lab. There were 45 students (one which happened to be a NUAHEC Scholar, to our surprise). 

We're excited about our NUAHEC Scholars upcoming high school graduations. They complete our program on May 17th and will receive a certificate of completion, a letter of congratulations from Dean Simonian, Dr. Magill, and Dr. Briesacher as well as the coveted first edition NUAHEC Scholar graduation medal. Just in time to wear their medal during their (8 different) high school graduations the following week. It's been a privilege to have them in our program and to develop what we hope will be lifelong relationships with each of them. 

Students tour hospital roomStudents tour hospital room

Students talking together in a computer lab.

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