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Thursday, 14 March 2019 10:11

March 2019 Superintendency Message

A message from Assistant Superintendent Kevin Sederholm:

I've had the opportunity to write a few of these superintendency messages now. I would like to take this last one to tell those that work in the Weber School District, thank you! I would also like to thank the many students and parents that have crossed my path and enriched my life. For 31 years I have marveled at the employees we have in this district from the teachers, administrators, parents, students and all classified staff. I've been fortunate to work with a wonderful school board made up of exceptional individuals who exhibit great care and love toward the children they serve. This has been another family for a long time.

Now that I'm at this point, there are many wonderful memories I've had such as teaching elementary students to read and write to playing basketball and 4 square with them out on the playground. To the many students that gave me a high five in the hall. To the many office staffs I have worked with that have become lifelong friends. I will always remember the big impact that a teacher will have on a student's life even after their schooling is over. I have been the beneficiary of some of those great teachers that worked in our district and so have my children. I will remember the many friendly bus drivers that greeted me each morning and always took such good care of their precious cargo. I will always remember coaches that taught not only the X's and O's but many life lessons as well.

I've had the opportunity to work with so many good parents that always provided the support that so many of our students needed as well as the countless hours that were volunteered on the school's behalf. I look back with fondness on the many positive notes and thoughts that were sent on my behalf as well as the many conversations where I received necessary feedback.

I've been asked, what is the most important thing I will take away from my career? That answer is easy, it's the relationships. So many people that have touched my life in a positive way. I've learned that public education isn't perfect and it takes a continuous effort on everyone's part to make it work. As the saying goes, "it takes a village to raise a child". I feel I've been a part of a pretty good village.

Thank You Weber School District!

Sincerely,

Kevin Sederholm
Assistant Superintendent

Wednesday, 13 March 2019 11:21

A/B Calendar

To view the Secondary Education A/B day calendar please download the PDF.

2018-19 A/B Calendar

2019-20 A/B Calendar

 

For their annual Community Workers Faces event, Majestic 2nd-grade students chose Community Workers and learned about what they do. Some of the information the students researched was their community worker's education, challenges of the job, skills required, etc. Each student made a poster of what their Community Worker looks like and transformed themselves into that Worker. Parents, family members, and friends were invited to come meet our workers and ask them questions about their jobs.

 

Gym where the event took place

Students created posters to look like their Community Worker

Tuesday, 26 February 2019 11:29

Calendar

Tuesday, 19 February 2019 01:24

Roy High School Develops ROAR Resource Center

The ROAR Resource Center at Roy High School is being developed to provide food, clothing and additional assistance for students in need and their families. This resource is available for use throughout the Roy Cone.
 
In December, our food pantry served 228 students and their families. We feel very grateful to provide this service, and we are thankful for all the donations of food and personal hygiene items we've received. Thank you to everyone who has helped us grow! We are expanding quickly, and we appreciate your support! 
 
We are currently gathering clothing to stock a new clothing center. We're just getting started, and we're excited. Along with a few bags of clothes and a couple of coats, we currently have some gently used shoes. We likewise have several blankets. Our goal is to greatly expand our clothing pantry.
 
If you have interest in helping us, we welcome your involvement. Our food pantry wish list currently includes healthy snack foods and dinners in a bag. We are also going to need more shelving, clothing racks and bins, and we are looking for a fridge, freezer, washer and dryer. If you have connections, would you please let us know? Similarly, whenever you're making charitable donations, coordinating service projects and/or cleaning out your closets, please consider contributing to Project ROAR. We welcome financial contributions, as well as donations of products and services to help our students. Donations are tax-deductible.
 
Please help us spread the word about the resources we have available in the ROAR Resource Center. If you are aware of students and families with food, clothing or other needs, please reach out to Jennifer Christensen, Project ROAR's grant facilitator and community liaison, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (435) 799-7343. She will then coordinate with Camie Walworth, our new Family and Youth Advocate Specialist and with Charlie Lovatt, our new Resource Integration Coach.
Tuesday, 19 February 2019 10:33

Junior High Tours

Fremont High School had their feeder Junior High Schools come to Fremont and learn about CTE courses offered before the 9th graders register for high school.

Students view program booths

Students view program booths

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