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Thursday, 10 November 2016 16:00

Academic Pathway to Teaching (APT) Information

State Board Requirements

APT is an alternative pathway to a Utah Educator License approved by the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) in June 2016. It is governed by Utah Administrative Rule R277-511.

It allows an individual who has a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited university to pass the appropriate Board-approved content knowledge test to apply for and receive a Level 1 APT License with an Elementary (Grades K-6) or Secondary (Grades 6-12) area of concentration.

This license is valid for three school years and if the individual is not hired in a teaching position in Utah may be renewed using the standard Level 1 renewal procedures.

A Utah public school district or charter school (Local Education Agency (LEA)) that chooses to hire an individual holding this type of license must assign a master teacher as the individual’s mentor and must prepare the individual to meet the Public Educator Evaluation Requirements (PEER). Once hired, the individual must complete the Entry Years Enhancements (EYE) program to be eligible for upgrade to a standard Level 2 Utah Educator license.

In addition to the EYE requirements, the individual must complete three years of full-time teaching or four years of at least 0.4 Full Time Employment (FTE) of teaching under the supervision of the master teacher, any additional requirements of the recommending LEA, and receive the recommendation of the master teacher mentor and the LEA administrator.
Weber School District Requirements

In order to be considered for employment with Weber District under this license, an applicant must obtain the APT-Level 1 License through the Utah Board of Education Office as described above within on year of hire. Once a candidate obtains an APT- Level 1 License, the District will determine course work required of the candidate in order to be recommended for a Level 2 License. These courses must be taken during the candidate’s first three years of employment, during the employee’s provisional status. The course work the District will require is similar to those required by the ARL program. (See APT Courses Handout). The District may make exceptions to the course requirements based on an employee’s transcripts, past work experience, job performance, or relevant workshop and/or conference attendance. For now, the majority of the courses will be required through accredited universities, although eventually, the District hopes to offer the course work itself, so employees need not pay tuition rates of universities.

Those looking to move mover over from the ARL program to the APT program will need to meet with the District APT Committee to determine what years and course work from the ARL program may be transferred. At least one year has to be completed through the APT program if an employee transfers over. Please keep in mind as stated above, an employee with an APT license is also responsible for the EYE requirements during this 3 year period before they could be considered for an upgrade to a Level 2 License.

Thursday, 10 November 2016 15:57

Substitute Teacher Application Process

Substitute Teacher Application Process


            Applicants must meet the following qualifications:


  1. Elementary school substitute – high school diploma or equivalent
  2.  Secondary school substitute – high school diploma or equivalent, 21 years or older.
  3.  Have a teacher license, enrolled in a university teacher licensing program, or complete a substitute training course.

Application Process

To apply for a substitute teaching position please visit TalentEd and search job listings for substitute teaching positions.   Fingerprinting and background checks will be necessary before approval.

  • There will be a $60.00 fee for fingerprinting and background checks.
  • Upon approval of your application additional training will be required. 




Thursday, 10 November 2016 15:56

Licensed Application Process

Thank you for your interest in Weber School District!
Licensed Application Process

1. Register with Teachers-Teachers (Registration is Free) @

2. Update application and attach all required documents ELECTRONICALLY on

3. Applications which pass a district screening process will be recommended for
interviews. Incomplete applications will not be eligible for interviews. The
following items must be attached to your Teacher-Teachers application

1. Unofficial copy of transcripts

2. 3 letters of recommendation (most recent supervisor evaluation can take the place of one letter of recommendation) and/or your placement file from the University from which you graduated if you are applying for your 1st teaching position (Documents in your placement file should be attached ELECTRONICALLY to your Teachers-Teachers file. If you are coming from a teaching experience in a school district other than Weber School District, a letter of recommendation from your most current supervisor must be included.

3. A copy of your teaching license (if available).

4. Check the district web site ( for current licensed openings.

5. Log on to your account on Teachers-teachers and apply for the Weber School District opening in which you are interested.

6. The school or department administrator will schedule and notify those applicants who are selected for interviews.
Once again thanks for your interest. Don’t hesitate to contact me at . We hope to hear from you soon.
Current Weber School District Employees interested in a posted position do not need to apply on Teachers-Teachers, rather they should contact and send an updated resume to the school / department which has the opening.

Thursday, 10 November 2016 14:48

Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)

Reference Materials

Reference MaterialsReference Materials

1Elementary Introductory PowerPointElementary Introductory PowerPoint1.38 MB1785 times
2Guide for Teachers Writing SLOsGuide for Teachers Writing SLOs958.48 KB2187 times
3Indicators of Strong SLOIndicators of Strong SLO620.88 KB2145 times
4Quality Check ToolQuality Check Tool322.28 KB1323 times
5Secondary Introductory PowerPointSecondary Introductory PowerPoint1.11 MB1554 times
6Three Main Criteria for a Quality SLOThree Main Criteria for a Quality SLO350.24 KB1549 times
7Utah SLO Development GuideUtah SLO Development Guide31.87 KB1518 times
8Wsd slo document currentWsd slo document currentEmpty0 times
9WSD SLO TemplateWSD SLO Template47 KB2373 times

Student Learning Objectives - Updated June, 2019


Monday, 14 November 2016 00:00


JamStudio is an online music creator. Specify your instruments, chords, and how you want them mixed, and JamStudio will create a catchy, simple tune for you. Use this as a music theory tool, as simplistic accompaniment for music practice or songwriting, or for a quick musical podcast intro.

Sunday, 13 November 2016 00:00

Toy Theater

Toy Theater is a collection of early learning activities to be used as another tool in the teachers toolbox. The site is aimed at both preschool and primary school age children but is open to people of all ages. These are great activities for an interactive whiteboard.

Saturday, 12 November 2016 00:00

Black Holes: Gravity's Relentless Pull

This interactive site from NASA introduces the properties of black holes. You can travel to and into a black hole and see what happens to certain objects when they cross the event horizon. Many exercises to help illustrate the text are provided.

Friday, 11 November 2016 00:00

Veterans Day Teacher Resource Guide

This teacher resource guide from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Veterans Day National Committee is packed with information and classroom ideas for Veterans Day, as well as some worksheets and other printables for students.

Thursday, 10 November 2016 00:00


Protagonize is a story and writing collaboration site. Users come up their own stories, or contribute to others, adding parts as the story progresses. Use Protagonize as a fun group project in a creative writing class.

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 00:00

Scholastic News Election 2016

Scholastic's interactive site supports the robust election coverage that's delivered in the Scholastic News magazines, as well as the activities in the Election Skills workbooks. Students visiting this site will learn about the election process, get up-to-date news, see the latest results on interactive maps, vote in polls, and read news from the campaign trail from the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps.

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