Competing in Chicago, Illinois among 12,000 students in over 70 categories, Weber High’s FBLA Chapter went with high expectations and came home with high awards from this summer’s National Conference.
Indiana Plant, a Weber High student brought home 1st Place and the title of National Champion in the Intro to Event Planning Event. Kyler Ferrin, a recent graduate earned 6th Place in Digital Video Productions and the Community Service Project took 3rd Place.
Congratulations to all of these students who are led by FBLA advisers Alan Rawlins, Kyle Stanger, and Angie Larsen who are also business/marketing instructors at Weber High.
Only two percent of FBLA students advance to the national level, so just getting there to compete is a great achievement. For students to make finals at Nationals in a presentation event they must be in the top 2 of their preliminary section out of 13-14 students or in the case of Indiana Plant she had to have at Top 15 test score to get to the role play round.
In the Community Service Project event there were 94 teams, while Digital Video Productions had 97 and Intro to Event Planning had 88 teams. Along with these five students, Weber High’s Partnership with Business team also made finals and Top 12, however, did not make Top 10. Sixteen other students besides these eight listed also attended the Nationals Conference in a variety of other events make a total of 24 total who attended the conference with their three advisers.
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The WEBER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT is proposing to increase its property tax revenue.
All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing on the tax increase.
8/3/2022 7:00 PM
Weber School District Offices Board Room
5320 S. Adams Ave. Parkwy
Ogden, UT 84404
To obtain more information regarding the tax increase, citizens may contact WEBER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT at 801-476-7800.
We are excited to announce our participation in Dell’s Education Purchase Program (EPP)!
EPP is a discount program that allows all employees, students, and friends to receive member
only pricing on all personal purchases from Dell. Dell has created a dedicated website that we
can shop 24/7. www.Dell.com/mpp/WeberSchools. Program discounts are automatically applied
Have questions, need a technology consult, or custom quote?
Email me or Call my team at 1-888-693-9448.
**Available to employees, staff, students, parents, and friends & family**
(For all: Govt., K12 & Higher Edu., Medical, Community Services, and Non-Profits.)
On November 2, 2021, Weber County voters approved a $279 million school bond. The bond passed with 60.51% of voters voting for the issuance of bonds.
As of October 1, 2022, retiree WSD accounts will be terminated. This includes Employee Online.
You will no longer be able to access information housed in Employee Online (paycheck stubs, W-2’s,etc.) If you need to access information from Employee Online after October 1, 2022, contact Human Resources at 801-476-7886.
If you are not actively working for WSD, your WSD email account and Google Drive will no longer be available. Please provide the district with a personal email address by September 30, 2022, in order continue receiving communication regarding your health insurance benefits.
While you may be leaving, your files stay here, but there is a way to take them with you! You can download or transfer your emails, files, notes, and more with Google Takeout. Follow along with Ryan in the video below:
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A credit card can be taken in the office with the secretary or book keeper.
Pay for your student's lunch online with your credit card. The service is easy to use, convenient, private and secure. You need to open an account using your student's ID Number. After payment your will receive an immediate receipt by email.
Pay By Check
Make check payable to (School Name) and bring the check to the Food Service Manager's Office. A local address and phone number are required to be either printed or handwritten on the check. The student(s) full name and grade are required on the check memo line.
Pay With Cash
Cash may be brought to the Food Service Manager's office before school begins for deposit on the student's account, or students may pay cash daily through the serving line.
YouthBuild is a group that provides students that are disconnected from a traditional education to be able to reconnect, gain a high school diploma and gain trade skills. These students built chairs and donated them to North Ogden Elementary. Students that delivered the rocking chairs were Levi Gibson, Eder Charles King, Alex Prescott, Jaxsen Clark, Michael Rodas, James Salas, Christian Johnson and staff William Nielsen, Gavin Leavitt. We love their craftsmanship and celebrate their skill.