The purpose of Title I is to support school efforts to ensure that all children meet challenging academic standards and have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education. This purpose can be accomplished by providing additional resources for high poverty schools to enhance educational opportunities for disadvantaged students. Title I funds must be used in addition to District and State funds. All of the services students would receive in the absence of Title I must be in place before Title I funds are used.
Title I provides flexible funding that may be used to provide additional instructional staff, professional development, extended-time programs, and other strategies for raising student achievement in high-poverty schools. The program focuses on promoting schoolwide reform in high-poverty schools and ensuring students' access to scientifically based instructional strategies and challenging academic content. Title I provisions provide a mechanism for holding states, school districts, and schools accountable for improving the academic achievement of all students and turning around low-performing schools, while providing alternatives to students in such schools to enable those students to receive a high-quality education.
Please be aware that parents have the right to request the professional qualifications of their child’s teachers and the right to request information on whether their child is provided services by a paraprofessional and their qualifications. Please contact your child’s principal with any questions you have regarding this matter.
Link: Title IX Information
The Weber School District recently closed its CTE Child Care Lab at Two Rivers High School. This was not an easy decision to eliminate a program that had served teen students with children for many years, but with dwindling enrollment numbers, it was no longer economically feasible to continue offering this service.
The lab was costing about $55,000 annually to operate which included employing a full-time and two part-time aids. At the end of the 2016 school year, there were only three students taking advantage of the program. Although it’s hard to pinpoint an exact reason, several factors such as changes in the state’s curriculum and enhanced online education options, most likely contributed to a steady decline in enrollment.
The school announced the closure of the lab about a year in advance to give eligible students the opportunity to look at other alternatives. Those options included participation in another CTE Child Care Lab being offered at one of our other four high schools in the district, as well as enrollment in our online education program.
There are also other resources being offered in the community to assist teen mothers who want to continue their education. One is the Early Head Start Program that offers free child care so students can attend school. This federally funded program through the Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership (OWCAP), currently has sixteen spots available for teens with infants and toddlers. For information, please visit their website at www.owcap.org/headstart
The Weber School District will continue to help and serve all students in hopes of providing the best possible education given their individual circumstances. Additional resources are available by contacting Student Services at (801)476-3611.
In honor of Daniel Burch, one of the earliest pioneers to the South Ogden area, the Weber School District proudly dedicated Burch Creek Elementary on Thursday, August 18, 2016. Built to accommodate the student bodies from the aging MarLon Hills and Club Heights elementary schools, Burch Creek is a state-of-the-art facility that offers breath-taking views of the Wasatch Mountains. Principal Rick Proffers conducted the dedication which was attended by members of the school board and other local dignitaries. Several students from the area were chosen to help President Brent Richardson with the ribbon cutting ceremony. Burch Creek Elementary will service between 600-650 students from the South Ogden area.
The Community Relations Section serves as a resource to schools and programs and builds public understanding and support for schools in the Weber School District. The section serves as the liaison between the district, the community and the media and assists in coordinating media coverage of the educational process.
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Community Relations Specialist
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The Weber School District recognizes that a safety program for students and employees is necessary to accomplish its public education mission.
The Weber School District recognizes that a safety program for students and employees is necessary to accomplish its public education mission. Although safety and loss control is a shared responsibility the Safety Section helps with compliance in areas of safety such as: Child Access Routing Plans, Emergency Response and Evacuation, Risk Management, and other health and occupational requirements.
Our Weber School District Employees review precautions training on a regular basis. The trainings include Right to Know training, Standard Response Protocol Training and Blood Borne Pathogens along with other related safety programs.
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