Weber School District is offering a new preschool opportunity for 4-year-olds during the 2016-2017 school year. Children must be 4-years-old by September 2, 2016. The purpose of the program is to provide a high quality preschool program for students to prepare them for kindergarten.
Weber School District will be offering two new preschool sessions (AM/PM) at two locations (Bonneville HS Preschool Building/Country View Elementary). These programs will run 4 days a week (M,T,Th,F) for 2 ½ hours a day (9:00 – 11:30 & 12:00 – 2:30) and follow the Weber School District calendar. Priority for enrollment in the program will based on several factors including but not limited to residency in the local school boundaries, qualifications for TANF funding (income level) and the weighted risk factors from the application form. Tuition for the program is based on a sliding scale and families eligible for TANF funding qualify for a full-tuition waiver. Applications for the preschool are being accepted now and notification of acceptance into the program will take place in August.
If you are interested in this opportunity to have your child participate in the preschool program, please pickup an application form at any of the locations listed below and return it to the Weber School District Curriculum Department.
For questions concerning the program, please contact Weber School District at (801) 476-7870 or (801) 476-7819
Application Form (link to download application)
2016-17-free-reduced-application (Link to download
Application Forms available at the following locations:
Additional Preschools located in Weber School District:
The Weber School District is proud to announce that Maggie Huddleston, one of our seventh-grade science teachers at Sand Ridge Jr. High School, has been chosen as this year’s recipient of Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). This distinguished award is given to one Utah science teacher each year in grades 7-12.
Maggie will be flying back to Washington D.C. in September to accept the award, and with it comes a $10,000 prize as the top choice for teacher of the year in Utah.
Maggie has been a science educator for 14 years in secondary education. Her innovative teaching style and exuberant personality make learning fun for all of her students.
This award recognizes “that the greatness found in our country is generated in the classroom.” For us in the Weber School District, we’ve long known how great she is! If you see Maggie, please take a minute to congratulate her on this amazing achievement!
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Because of you, the 2016 employee giving campaign was a huge success! The giving campaign raised $30,000 for students. Thank you, your generous donation is appreciated!
We would also like to congratulate Rebekah Blume from Lakeview Elementary. She is the winner of our Employee Giving Drawing.
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