West Weber Elementary is located in western Weber Country and is part of the Fremont High School cone. In addition to providing comprehensive, core curriculum-based learning to students in kindergarten through 6th grade, we also provide differentiated instruction and special education services, including services to students with severe needs in our functional life skills classroom. Currently there are approximately 520 students enrolled at West Weber with 21 teachers and 31 members of support staff.
The original West Weber Elementary was built in 1928. The beautiful, new school we are now in was constructed in 2015 on the same land where the original building stood. However, it is still nice to look out the back windows at cornfields and Clydesdale Horses in the pastures behind the school.
West Weber has the largest geographic boundaries of all the elementary schools in Weber District. Nearly all of the students are bussed to and from the school. Many of the students that attend West Weber are 4th and even some are 5th generation students whose parents, grandparents and even great grandparents have attended the school.
West Weber Elementary has an active school choir, a peer leader program, Robotics club, and a girls running club. We also have an active PTA and Community Council that provide valuable support and resources to ensure a positive learning experience for all students.