ART 1010 – Art History (10th) - 3
ART 1030 - Gen ed Art (10th) - 3
ART 1110 - art foundations - 3 (10th)
ASL 1010 - Sign language - 3
ASL 1020 - Sign language - 3
AT 2175 - Exercise Science - 3
AT 2300 - EMR - 3
AUSV 1000 - Intro to Auto - 2 (10th)
AUSV 1021 - ASE Brakes - 2
AUSV 1022 - ASE S&S - 2
AUSV 1120 - Engine Performance - 2
AUSV 1320 - Electrical - 2
BSAD 1010 - Business Management - 3
CHEM 1110/1110L - 5 (10th)
CHF 1500 - Human Development - 3
CHF 2400 - Adult Roles – 3
CJ 1010 - Criminal Justice - 3
COMM 2110 - Communications - 3 (12th)
CS 1010 - Digital media - 3
CS 1010 - gaming (Lance) – 3 (10th)
CS 1030 - computer science principles - 4 (10th)
CS 1400 - programming - 4
CS 2350 - web development - 4
DANC 1010 - 3 (10th)
DET 1010 - Cad/Mech 2 (10th) - 3
DET 1040 - Cad/arch 1 (10th) - 3
DET 1160 - Cad/Mech 3 (10th) - 3
DET 1350 - Cad/ arch 2 - 3
DET 2000 – Cad/arch 3 -3
EDUC 1010 - Education - 3 (12th)
ENGL 1010 - 3 (12th)
ENGL 2010 - 3 (12th)
ENGL 2200 - 3 (12th)
ENTR 1002 - Entreprnship - 3
GRMN 1010 - 3
GRMN 1020 - 3
GRMN 2010 - 3
HTHS 1101 - Medical Terminology - 2
HTHS 1110/1111 - health science - 8
HTHS 1120 - case studies - 3
IDT 1010 - Interior Design (10th) - 3
MATH 1010 - 4 (12th)
MATH 1030 - 3 (12th)
MATH 1050 - 4 (12th)
MATH 1060 - trig (USU)
MUSC 1010 - 3
NUTR 1020 - Nutrition - 3
PS 1303 - Marketing 2 - 3
PS 1403 - Customer Service - 3
PS 1890 - Retail Store - 3
PSC 1800 - Horticulture (USU) - 3
PSY 1010 - Psychology - 3
SPAN 1010 - 3
SPAN 1020 - 3
SPAN 2010 - 3
THEA 1013 - 3
Associates degree = 60 credits
Bold Classes = gen ed credits (39-40 required)
Non bold = elective credits (20-21 required)
All courses that are needed to complete the following pathways are available through the district. You may also be a pathway concentrator in several pathways not listed.
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Architecture & Construction
Arts, Audio/Visual Technology & Communications
Business, Finance & Marketing
Education & Training
Engineering & Technology
Health Science Clinical Laboratory Science
Therapeutic Clinical Services
Hospitality & Tourism
Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Public Safety & Law Enforcement
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Automotive
Each Pathway has required foundation courses and elective courses needed for completion. Students who successfully obtain 3.0 credits in a specific career pathway will receive a CTE Pathway Recognition Award and Certificate. Students who obtain 1.5 credits are considered a concentrator in that pathway. (Pathways may vary from school to school within the Weber School District.)
Career and Technology Education (CTE) and Kimberly Clark teamed up to provide a great STEM experience at their manufacturing facility in Ogden. Students learned about manufacturing, problem solving, creativity, automation and robotics. Also discussed were employment opportunities in Manufacturing. We want to thank Kimberly Clark for the great learning experience.
Meats Team- 1st Place
Poultry Team- 2nd Place
Horse Team- A, 2nd Place
This weekend we had the exhausting opportunity to take 51 of our Fremont FFA students to the State FFA convention in Cedar City for 3 days of leadership, learning and competition. We are proud of these kids and their accomplishments and wanted to let you know how they did. Many students competed. We also had 45 of our students help with a day of service in Cedar City, giving community service to our host city. The kids competing had to win at Chapter or Area and qualify to compete at State.
We had several students who competed for State Level Proficiency awards. This is where they compete against all the other students with individual projects in their award area. We had one student win her State Proficiency area in Equine Science (that's horses for those of you who don't know). Only 1st place kids are ranked.
The Weber School District has scheduled spring Round-up/Registration for next year’s Kindergarten students. The parent and the child may view the Round-up registration session and/or information. This session will last approximately one hour. Any child whose fifth birthday falls before September 2, 2022 may enter Kindergarten at the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year.
Kindergarten Round-Up/Registration Dates ---- 2022-2023
Please check your child’s school website for additional campus-specific dates and information.
****In addition to the Virtual Round-up, there will be fall appointments scheduled for the individual child and parents to meet their teacher. These appointments, based on registration materials received, will be mailed to each home in August.
Weber School District needs a student registration form, proof of residency, a birth certificate (bearing a seal) and a dental and physical examination (both are recommended but are optional). The State requires proof of immunization for all children entering Kindergarten.
These documents may be handed in at the school. All documents are due before the child can attend school in the fall.
COMING IN SCHOOL YEAR 2018-2019
To help combat the teaching shortage, we are creating a new pathway to “Grow our Own” teachers. Our program is part of the Education and Training Cluster. It is the K-12 Teaching as a Profession Pathway. The program is designed to offer students opportunities to explore careers in teaching, planning, managing and providing education and training related learning support services. It offers an in-depth view of the teaching profession and hands-on experience working in classroom with students. Our motto is #ProjectGrowOurOwn. The program focus is centered on student engagement, instructional strategies, and reflection on practices that are associated with teacher training in our local post-secondary schools. Through their experiences in their classes and in their internships, students gain first-hand knowledge of what it is like to be a teacher.
Learn more about yourself, how you learn and how human development influences learning. Explore careers in education including school counseling, teaching, media services, or other education professions. Learn about the past, present and future of education in the U.S. Create an electronic portfolio that will continue throughout the Education and Training pathway.
Experience and participate as you learn about the role and characteristics of an effective educator.
Observe and participate with teachers and students in the classroom. Learn about current teaching methods and instructional strategies. Explore assessments and when to use them. Discover how students learn and how to differentiate for special populations. Recognize ways to effectively use educational technology in the classroom.
Get hands on experience of how an educator uses coaching and leadership skills to successfully manage a classroom.
What is the role of an educator in the classroom? Find these answers and many more as you learn about instructional strategies. Learn and observe differentiated instruction and how it affects student learning. Create an environment where students are encouraged and empowered to become lifelong learners. Practice the art of creating instructional activities to inspire students to enjoy learning.
EDUC 1010 Weber State
Work Base Learning (WBL)
As a district, we are excited for the future educational opportunities for our students and the community impact that our K-12 Teaching as a Profession program will provide.
Learn about services for youth and adults with disabilities.
November 2, 2017 from 6-8PM
Weber Innovation Center
1007W. 12th Street
Ogden, UT 84404