Friday, 28 October 2016 10:57

HR Team Directory

Weber School District Human Resources is committed to recruiting and hiring highly qualified employees for all positions, and supporting existing employees by offering opportunities for advancement, providing staff development events to enhance their current skills, and working with all employees to provide the students of WSD with an exemplary educational experience.  We are committed to recruiting, hiring, supporting, and developing the top talent in both the classroom and in classified positions.

Adams, Lauri

Assistant Human Resources Director

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7953

Alder, Heidi

PT Legal Counsel

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7823

Butler, Kerri

Secretary - Human Resources

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7807

Hadley, Larry

Human Resources Director

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7804

Harris, Brandee

Secretary - Human Resources

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7816

Higley, Tammy

HR Secretary

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7805

Pessetto, Lisbeth

District Office - HR Receptionist

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7886

Vlaanderen, Stephanie

Human Resources Secretary

HUMAN RESOURCES (80.1) .476-7806

 

Friday, 28 October 2016 10:53

WSD Human Resources

Larry Hadley

Human Resources Director

(801) 476-7804

5320 ADAMS Ave Parkway
OGDEN, UT 84405

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The Weber School District Office of Human Resources serves the students, parents, businesses and communities located within its boundaries of Weber County by focusing efforts on the District’s most valuable resource, its employees. The HR Team does this through competitive recruiting, hiring and retention of diverse and highly qualified personnel, and the retention of high quality, high character certified and classified employees. The HR Team administers and effectively communicates policies and practices that treat employees with equality and dignity. Through our values of professionalism, competency, integrity, confidentiality, commitment, and compassion, the Office of Human Resources creates and maintains a high level of trust and mutual respect. This is the Weber Way!  The districts focus.... that we educate the "Whole child" and that every student is 1. Engaged 2. Challenged and 3. Supported.

Weber School District has served the dynamic communities of the greater Ogden, Utah area for 113 years, operating 43 schools comprised of high schools, junior highs and elementary schools, as well as other special schools and programs. With 33,000 students, Weber is the third largest district in Utah and is among the largest public districts in the nation. Weber is also one of the county's largest employers, with more than 3,800 full and part-time employees. The district's focus on 21st century learning and their use of technology to engage students now boasts a strong partnership with GOOGLE.  The district high schools have a remarkable 84% graduation rate and affords students the opportunity to get "connected" by offering membership in more than 60 clubs and groups and 23 sports/activities.  Further, the 2080 graduating seniors this past year earned $15 million in scholarships... earning 6681 CTE certificates and 2510 students earned college credit through concurrent enrollment. There is a clear College and Career focus here in WSD.

The district retains their top-notch teachers at an 83% rate (2nd in the state) and encourages further learning opportunities for its teachers as reflected in the fact that more than 42% of our teachers have masters degrees or better.  This education from teachers has helped 2271 students take and pass AP courses and a steady rise in ACT score district wide to 19.3.  Truly, whether you are working in or being educated in the Weber School District, it is second to none. 

Weber School District is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to employing the most qualified applicant regardless of race, gender, age, religion, or disability. Reasonable accommodations are provided for the known disabilities of otherwise qualified applicants and employees.

Teacher Recruiting

Thank you for your interest in Weber School District. We believe you can build a solid future in Weber School District.  Indeed, we HIRE TO RETIRE.  There are so many opportunities to grow and to apply the acquired skills you have here in WSD.  When you join our district, you’re working with a strong team of educators and other professionals.

Dates for our Spring Teacher Recruiting schedule for 2017-2018 are listed below. Prospective teachers at each university or college will need to contact the Career Center at their institution to schedule an appointment for a screening interview. We have made arrangements with the state's many Colleges and Universities: and Payroll work with personnel policies and compliance, recruiting and hiring, employee benefits and pay, and personnel records. This includes job opportunity listings, job applications, employee relations, and information on compensation and benefits. You can see them now under our Resources section.

Friday, 28 October 2016 10:42

Building Rental Fee Schedule

Table of Rental Charges

July 2019 

A 20% non-refundable deposit is required when “Users Agreement” is approved by school administration

FACILITY

NON – COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

Auditorium/Multi-Purpose Room

 

 

     High School

$75.00/hr.

$225.00/hr.

     Junior High School

$50.00/hr.

$225.00/hr.

     Elementary School

$45.00/hr.

$225.00/hr.

Sound Lights/Audio Visual

$35.00/hr. Plus Tech Crew salaries plus any and all applicable retirement and taxes

$50.00/hr. Plus Tech Crew salaries plus any and all applicable retirement and taxes

Gymnasium

 

 

     High School

$80.00/hr. (Large)

$50.00/hr. (Small)

$225.00/hr.

     Junior High School

$45.00/hr.

$200.00/hr.

     Elementary School

$30.00/hr.

$200.00/hr.

Dining Area/Commons

 

 

     High School

$45.00/hr.

$150.00/hr.

     Junior High School

$45.00/hr.

$150.00/hr.

     Elementary School

$45.00/hr.

$150.00/hr.

Kitchen

$50.00/hr. plus salary for kitchen manager to include any and all applicable retirement and taxes

$150.00/hr. + 5% plus salary for kitchen manager

Classroom/Conference Room

$20.00/hr.

$50.00/hr.

 Dance, Choral, Band, Small Theatre

 

 

     High School

$50.00/hr.

$150.00/hr.

     Junior High School

$50.00/hr.

$100.00/hr.

Additional Custodial Service

When work is required outside contract time, custodial service will be paid time and a half, plus any and all applicable retirement and taxes

When work is required outside contract time, custodial service will be paid time and a half, plus any and all applicable retirement and taxes

 

Environmental Center

Weber County Organizations Only

$350.00 per day (usable hours - 8:30 AM to 9:00 PM)

or

$550.00 day/overnight (usable hours - 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM the following day)

Not available for commercial use.

Media Center

$50.00/hr.

$100.00/hr.

Athletic Field/Play Field

Available to all residents of community for unorganized recreational activity at all reasonable time except when school is in normal session or is otherwise being used for school activities.

 

 

-0-

 

 

$250.00/hr. + $5% of Gate

Friday, 28 October 2016 10:31

Building Rental Policy

Rules Governing use of Facilities

1.  Purpose and Philosophy

To provide opportunities for citizens to participate in educational and recreational activities through the establishment of a facilities rental fee schedule and procedures. 

2.  Policy

  1. All District buildings and grounds are by law civic centers and may be used by District residents for supervised recreational activities and meetings.  Athletic fields/playfields are available to all residents of the community for unorganized recreational activity at all reasonable times except when school is in normal session or is otherwise being used for school activities.
  2. No use shall be made of District property which is in conflict with any city, county or state ordinance, statute or law, or which is in conflict with any of the rules and regulations of the Board of Education.
  3. The school administrator will charge reasonable fees as outlined in this policy so the District incurs no expense for civic center use.
  4. The school administrator shall allow use as a civic center unless it is determined that the use interferes with a school function or purpose.
  5. All civic center use, commercial rentals, and school or District use which occurs after school hours shall be scheduled through the school administrator.
  6. Rental of school facilities will be under the jurisdiction of the Executive Director of Facilities and Operations.  Any questions, cases or situations, which are not covered in this policy, shall be referred by the school administrator to him/her.
  7. The permit and use agreement shall not be assigned or sublet in whole or in part by the renter.
  8. No facility (with the exception of the Environmental Center) shall be rented for overnight use.

3. Type of Use

a) DISTRICT SPONSORED PROGRAMS AND PTA/PTO

PTA/PTOs and other District schools or departments shall be granted use of facilities for school related activities so long as the activity does not disrupt the functions of the hosting school and the visiting entity or school reimburses any costs incurred by the hosting school.  School clubs, teams or programs which sponsor or host commercial entities in utilizing school facilities are subject to the commercial use fees outlined in this policy.  Merely allowing a school club, team or program to access an activity or provide concessions at an activity does not qualify the activity as a school or district sponsored program.

b) INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT USE

Interlocal Agreements negotiated by the superintendent or his/her designee supersede this policy.  Any use by a city or county for programs or activities beyond those outlined in the applicable Interlocal Agreements are subject to the non-profit rates.

c) CHARITABLE AND NON-PROFIT USE

Charitable and non-profit rates apply to community organizations such as service clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, United Way, church groups, cities and counties, public colleges and universities.  Those wishing to rent facilities under category must provide evidence of their non-profit status.

d) REGISTERED POLITICAL PARTIES

The District shall make all meeting facilities in buildings under its control available to registered political parties, without discrimination to be used for political party activities, subject to the terms and conditions outlined in Utah Code Ann. § 20A-8-404.

e) COMMERCIAL USE

Commercial rates apply to an organization or individual whose motive is to make a profit.  These include, but are not limited to events for which admission is charged, items sold, or paid instruction for students.

4.  Procedures

a) The school administrator shall charge for the use of facilities as outlined in the Rental Fee Schedules.  A 20% non-refundable deposit is required when “Users Agreement” is approved by school administration.

b) The school administrator shall complete a copy of the Application and Use Agreement and obtain the signature of the lessee prior to the date of the rental.

c) Collection for rental is the responsibility of the school administrator.  All monies shall be paid to the school and accounted for in a building rental account to be used by the school. 

d) All rental time shall be computed from the time of requested opening to closing of the doors.  Persons lingering in the building shall be the responsibility of the lessee and closing time shall be the time when all persons associated with the rental have left the building.  The fee will be adjusted for additional time.

e) At the completion of the activity, the school representative will document any damage to school property caused by the applicant groups.  Charges for damages and any infractions of rules and exceptions to the agreement, such as running overtime, will be applied to the rental fee.  Where long-term agreements are in effect, the school representative will file reports of any damage or exceptions to the agreement as soon as they occur.

f) Equipment, keys, and property shall not be loaned or removed from the building.

g) Laboratory facilities such as computer labs, tech labs, wood/metal shops, foods labs, science labs and art labs shall not be rented.

h) The assigned supervisor is responsible for oversight of the building and facilities during the rental period.

  • Buildings may not be left without such supervision while occupied.
  • In addition to the building supervision provided by the school, all rental groups must provide adult supervision (21 years of age or older) to maintain order and prevent damage or loss of school property.

i) The school administrator shall require commercial users renting a District facility to provide a Certificate of Insurance for liability and property damage before the event.  The Certificate shall be for one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence.

j) A proper Indemnity Agreement will be signed as detailed in Form A of the contract.

k) Nonprofit entities and non-commercial users (which include individuals and community groups) receiving approval to use school facilities as a civic center in accordance with this policy are not required to provide evidence of liability insurance indemnifying the District.  Approved non-commercial use is a “Permit” under Utah Civic Center statutes at Utah Code Ann. § 53A-3-413 to 414 and grants the District full legal immunity under the Governmental Immunity Act of Utah pursuant to Utah Code Ann. § 63G-7-301.

l) The lessee is subject to adherence to the standards of behavior of the school and Utah State Law.

  • The right to revoke a permit at any time is reserved by the school authorities.
  • Whenever the Board of Education deems it unadvisable to permit the use of school buildings or facilities for the purpose requested, it may refuse said use.

m) Additional charges apply for access to or use of school equipment (spot lights, computers, DVD and televisions, microphones, projectors, etc.) and supplies used by the lessee.

n) Gymnasiums shall be rented only where adequate protection of the gym floor is assured by the lessee.  Renters shall pay for any damage caused to the gym, equipment or floor.

5.  Fee Schedules

The Rental Fee Schedules shall be established by the Board of Education of Weber School District (Board) and are subject to periodic review.  Users will be charged according to the Rental Fee Schedules applicable to the lessee’s rental status.

a) Personnel

The school administrator, in conjunction with the head custodian, is responsible for determining the number and type of personnel required for a particular activity in compliance with this policy.

  • At least one custodian is required if one is not on duty.  Custodial services required for rentals cannot require the on duty custodian to be removed from regularly assigned responsibilities.  If custodial services are required beyond those as scheduled to be performed by the custodial staff at that facility, costs must be charged to the lessee.
  • Premises are made available with the understanding that “tipping” of custodial or other personnel is not permitted.
  • General supervision/security, beyond the custodian on duty, is required if the school administrator determines the rental activity requires such.  General supervision of the facility may be assigned to a custodian, teacher, administrator or other qualified staff member.
  • At least one stage technician is required for rental of the auditorium.
  • At least one member of the school lunch staff is required for rental of the kitchen. 
  • For activities which School Resource Officers (SROs) or other police officers are employed for which cities will eventually bill the District, the renter will be charged the actual wages as invoiced by the city.
  • Payment of wages for personnel providing supervision or other services in support of building rental shall be paid through the District payroll procedures in compliance with the applicable negotiated agreement.
  • Payment for services rendered to the organization using the facilities by persons who are not regular employees of the school district must be made directly to the individual with whom such arrangements were made.

6. Other Applicable State Laws, Rules and Regulations

a) Smoking, including E-cigarettes, shall be prohibited in school building and facilities.

b) There shall be no alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs of any kind brought to or consumed in the building or on the grounds.

7. Environmental Center Use

a) The Environmental Center is available to all organizations for rent according to the Environmental Center Fee Schedule.

b) Weber School District programs will be given first priority in scheduling of the Environmental Center. 

c) Weber School District does not discriminate in granting use of the Environmental Center on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.

  


Definitions

“Civic Center” means a public school building or ground that is established and maintained as a limited public forum to district residents for supervised recreational activities and meetings.

References

Utah Code Ann. §10A-8-404 – Utah of public meeting buildings by political parties.

Utah Code Ann. §53A-3-413 and 414 – Use of public school buildings and grounds as civic centers.

Utah Code Ann. §63G-7-301 – Waivers of immunity

Forms

Permit and Use Agreement (available through the school administrator)

Friday, 28 October 2016 10:24

Staff Directory

Friday, 28 October 2016 10:19

Facilities and Operations

Scott Zellmer

Director Of Facilities

(801) 476-3903

Christina Kotter

Facilities & Operations Secretary

(801) 476-3901

955 W 12TH ST
OGDEN, UT 84404

Facilities and Operations is the administrative umbrella organization responsible for the management of seven distinct facilities oriented operations. Together, they fulfill the district's mission to create, maintain and enhance the educational environment of Weber School District and help foster academic excellence. 

The Facilities and Operations Department, which numbers over 250 staff members, is responsible for the maintenance services of all Weber School District buildings and grounds. This group includes maintenance, custodial services, transportation, warehousing, energy management, land acquisition and construction.

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Friday, 28 October 2016 10:04

Food Allergies in School

Weber School District recognizes that the number of students with food allergies has been steadily increasing. Common food allergies include milk, eggs, wheat, soy, fish, peanuts and tree nuts such as pine nuts, pecans, and Brazil nuts.

As a district it is our goal to create a safe environment for students who have food allergies by developing model guidelines to be followed throughout the entire school, including classrooms, cafeterias, computer labs and school playgrounds. Family and Consumer Science (FACS) teachers in the secondary schools will take reasonable precautions when food is prepared in classes where students with allergies are present. The district’s goal is to help your child feel comfortable and safe in the school setting while learning how to manage their own food allergy long term. Students and classmates will have the knowledge to assist in monitoring situations.

Model Guidelines

  • Parents should notify teachers, administrators and/or school nurses during enrollment that their child has food allergies.
  • Parents should be involved in developing a class plan for dealing with food allergies. All parents and classmates need to be aware of what foods to avoid.
  • Parents should provide a list of foods the student should avoid and how to identify them on food labels.
  • Parents should provide non-perishable “safe snacks” for their student.
  • At home and school avoid cross-contamination; be sure that all students wash their hands before and after eating.
  • Desktops and tables should be washed after eating in the classroom.
  • Students may be assigned a specific desk or computer that can be sanitized before use.
  • Keep information about each food-allergic student in the roster by name so substitute teachers will be aware.
  • Know the symptoms of a student’s allergic reaction and know and follow the protocol for emergency response.
  • Listen to all complaints from the student and take them seriously.
  • Teachers need to take more precautions during field trips. Educate all chaperones on what foods must be avoided, explain the symptoms of an allergic reaction and inform about necessary medications.
  • Know the number and location of the nearest hospital.
  • Carry a cell phone and let all staff members know where it is kept.
  • Designate a staff member to check the safety of food served to the student.

Specific Cafeteria Practices for Students Allergic to Peanuts

In a severe case, a “peanut–free” table could be made available in the cafeteria. Hand sanitizer or alcohol wipes could be available for student use before and after eating.

Medical Exceptions

Substitutions must be made in the meal pattern if individual participating children are unable to eat school meals because of their disabilities, when that need is certified by a licensed physician. The physician's statement must identify:

  • The child's disability.
  • An explanation of why the disability restricts the child's diet. 
  • The major life activity affected by the disability. 
  • The food or foods to be omitted from the child's diet, and the food or choice of foods that must be substituted.

Medical food request forms are available in all school kitchens. They need to be on file in the main office and the unit manager’s office in the kitchen.

Menus can be planned to accommodate your student’s medical and food allergy requirements.  

Friday, 28 October 2016 09:58

Resources

General

Child NutritionChild Nutrition

Breakfast and Lunch

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282018 3 HIGH LUNCH SODIUM2018 3 HIGH LUNCH SODIUMEmpty0 times
292018 3 HIGH BREAK SODIUM2018 3 HIGH BREAK SODIUMEmpty0 times
302018 3 ELEM LUNCH SODIUM2018 3 ELEM LUNCH SODIUMEmpty0 times
312018 3 ELEM BREAK SODIUM2018 3 ELEM BREAK SODIUMEmpty0 times

 

Friday, 28 October 2016 09:50

Staff Directory

Anderson, Kayleen

Child Nutrition Supervisor

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7845

Atkinson, Wendi

Accounts Payable Clerk Child Nutrition

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7838

King, Charlene

Child Nutrition Program Coordinator

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7833

Walton, Genina

Child Nutrition Coordinator

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7836

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