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Monday, 01 October 2018 12:52

October 2018 Superintendency Message

A message from Assistant Superintendent Lori Jo Rasmussen:

I love this time of year! We are fortunate to live in Utah with its four distinct seasons. Fall brings with it colorful landscapes, crisp weather, football, and of course the harvest season. I love all fall has to offer, but the harvest season is dear to my heart because it has given me valuable insights in my life.

My grandpa and grandma were master gardeners. They came by this naturally. With a lot of hard work and determination, they achieved great success! Friends, family, and neighbors all benefitted from my grandpa and grandma’s garden. It was a simple garden by today’s standards, just a plot of fertile ground with immaculate dirt rows, but the harvest was incredible. I would watch amazed at how a little seed could produce the amazing fruits and vegetables we would enjoy!

I came to understand that a whole garden isn’t created overnight, and neither is any lofty goal or change you want to achieve or make in your life. When a seed is cared for with sunlight and water it starts to grow and develop into the magnificent wonder it was meant to be. It is much the same with any new endeavor or journey. When one pays attention to their dreams and aspirations, to the “seeds” planted in their lives, a beautiful transformation can take place. Each seed is the start of something new, something bigger than one can imagine.

Parents and educators plant seeds of hope and beginnings each and every day in their children’s and student’s lives. They nurture and care for them daily. Many times, the true fruits of their labor and the beautiful transformation take some time. It can be years later, when a child has reached adulthood or when a student has graduated, that the transformation has truly taken place. What a wonderful harvest!

There is no better time than the present to work towards the life you dream of for yourself, your students, or your family! There is a quote that speaks to this; “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the second-best time is today.” Time to grab a shovel and get to work!

We thank our parents, educators, and families for the fine work, true dedication, and unwavering commitment to help our students grow!

Don’t judge each day by the harvest that you reap, but by the seeds that you plant!
~Robert Louis Stevenson

Monday, 01 October 2018 09:02

Technical Support Help Desk

Help Desk Topics


  • You can access Aesop via phone at 1-800-942-3767 or from Frontline Support's Website 
  • Your default ID is your home phone number with Area Code
  • You can click have your ID or PIN e-mailed to you with the links below the login box on their Website
  • You can send a help desk ticket for more Aesop help.
Faculty and Staff Support
  • Faculty and Staff should contact their school or building tech for all techincal support by filling out a ticket at
  • If you are unable to log into a computer to create a help ticket, another computer may be used, or even a phone that is on the WiFi.
  • If your account is disabled, make sure you've signed the AUP.  Sign it again if you are unsure.
Parent Support
  • For help with the Portal, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • The "Pay Fees" link on MyWeber doesn't show up until 24 hours after you create your account
  • Missing fees in the "Pay Fees" portal need to go directly through the school
  • Questions regarding your student's login need to go through your student's school 
Password Retrieval
  • Employees who forget their passwords need to go to Employee Online and use the forgot password link
  • Employees who failed to re-set their passwords and have been locked out need to go to Employee Online and use the forgot password link
  • Ensure you've signed the AUP every year to keep your computer login.  It can be signed at any time to reactivate your account.  It can be signed from home or on a phone
  • Student passwords can be re-set at their school.  Have them contact their teacher for more instructions
Portal Support (MyWeber)
  • For help with the Portal, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Parent usernames are an e-mail address
Student Chromebook Support
  • Elementary students need to advise their teacher if they are having Chromebook problems
  • Secondary students need to take their Chromebook to the Librarian if they are having problems
  • There is no after-hours support for student Chromebooks
  • More information can be found on the one-to-one help site

September 8, 2018

Dear Parents or Guardians:

Recently, in the news, there have been reports of Norovirus outbreaks in our state – we’ve even had a report of a small outbreak in one of our schools. As of right now, there have been no confirmed cases of Norovirus in any school in Weber District. We have been in direct contact with the Weber Morgan Health Department to obtain this confirmation.

The remaining portion of this letter is for those who want additional information about Norovirus, in general. We encourage you to read on!

What is Norovirus?

Norovirus, sometimes referred to as the "winter vomiting bug," is the most common cause of gastroenteritis, a viral infection characterized by diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, stomach pain, fever, headache, and body aches. Norovirus illness is NOT related to the flu, which is caused by the influenza virus.

How Norovirus is Transmitted:

Norovirus spreads easily! A person usually develops symptoms 12-48 hours after being exposed to Norovirus, and most people will get better within 1-3 days. Norovirus is very contagious and can be contracted from:

  • Having direct contact with an infected person;
  • Consuming contaminated food or water; and/or
  • Touching contaminated surfaces then putting unwashed hands into the mouth.

How to Prevent the Spread of Norovirus:

To protect yourself and others from Norovirus:

  • Wash your hands often (especially after using the toilet or changing diapers; always before eating, preparing, or handling food; and before giving yourself or others medicine);
  • Rinse fruits and vegetables;
  • Cook shellfish thoroughly;
  • Stay home when sick and for two days after symptoms stop;
  • Avoid preparing food for others when sick and for two days after symptoms stop;
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces, wearing rubber or disposable gloves, and by wiping the entire area with paper towels. Follow with disinfecting the area using a bleach-based household cleaner as directed on the product label. The cleaner should be left on the affected area for at least 5 minutes, then the surface cleaned again with soap and hot water. Cleaning soiled laundry, taking out the trash, and washing your hands after cleaning are very important final steps!
  • Wash laundry thoroughly, handling soiled laundry wearing rubber or disposable gloves. Wash items with detergent and hot water at the maximum available cycle length then machine dry at the highest heat setting.

How to Treat Norovirus:

Norovirus causes flu-like symptoms. If you or your child contracts this virus, follow these guidelines:

  • Prevent dehydration. Drink plenty of liquids to replace fluid lost from vomiting and diarrhea. This will help prevent dehydration. Sports drinks and other drinks without caffeine can help with mild dehydration. Dehydration can lead to serious health issues. Severe dehydration may require hospitalization for treatment.
  • Watch for signs of dehydration in children:
    • Child may cry with few or no tears; and/or
    • Child may act unusually sleepy or fussy.
  • Contact your doctor with concerns.


To learn more about this very contagious virus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website:

For further questions about the Norovirus, please contact the Weber-Morgan Health Department:

We hope your child has enjoyed his or her first few days of school! We thank you for sharing your child with us!


Weber School District Superintendency, Student Services Team and Nurses

Friday, 31 August 2018 13:58

September 2018 Superintendency Message

School has officially begun in the Weber School District. It's always fun to see the students, staff and parents again as we start a new year. There's always a lot of enthusiasm and excitement on the faces of those who enter our buildings.

Every year a group of district administrators accompanies the Superintendent to all of our elementary schools where we have the opportunity to share a book and read with each grade. This is a fun time for the administrators to get into schools and interact with the children and school staff.  

Two thoughts always come to my mind each year as we do this:

  1. What great students and staff we have in our schools. The students seem to come better prepared every year. This is a direct result of parental support. It's also a positive experience to see how the teachers and staff interact with the students and how well-behaved the students are as they gather together for us to read to them. This is a reflection on the teachers and staff that work so well with these students to help them not only with their academics but also with their social and management skills.
  2. As we read with these students, it also reminds me of the importance of helping with and reading to our children. No matter what grade we read to, the children love learning about new people, places and experiences. Two quotes that I think about when I get to read to children are:
  • "Once you learn to read, you will be forever free." – Frederick Douglass
  • "The more you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go." – Dr. Seuss

Reading is a fundamental process to our childrens' educational success. Spending time reading with a child is very rewarding not only for the child but also to the reader. Here's to great and productive year. Thanks to everyone for your support.


Kevin Sederholm

Assistant Superintendent

Friday, 10 August 2018 12:55

Concurrent Enrollment

Weber School District - Concurrent Enrollment Data

Concurrent Students
Student Enrollments
Credits Earned
    2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19   2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19   2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
Bonneville   465 508 532 501   1298 1294 1278 1244   3177 3678 4189 3703
Fremont   760 817 772 784   1903 1996 1924 2336   6429 7212 7279 6690
Roy   495 412 554 543   1539 1563 1644 1187   3075 3183 3521 3525
Weber   462 533 543 581   1783 1785 1888 1143   3201 3576 4078 3302
Weber Innovation   32 77 116 468   97 187 221 982   243 891 1149 2979
Total   2214 2347 2517 2877   6620 6825  6955  6892    16,125 18,540 20,216 20,199

WSD 2018-2019 Concurrent Enrollment Courses

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



Bold Classes = gen ed credits (39-40 required)

Non bold = elective credits (20-21 required)

Wednesday, 01 August 2018 09:46

August 2018 Superintendency Message

A message from Superintendent Jeff Stephens:

Champion for Children

We begin each school year by welcoming dozens of new teachers to our district and into this great profession. This year, for example, more than 100 new teachers will begin their career in the Weber School District. We welcome these outstanding young educators and recognize the enthusiasm and innovation that they bring with them. As a principal, I was always eager when we hired new teachers because I knew that their excitement was contagious among students and staff alike.

New teachers help us remember why we entered the profession in the first place. Several of our new teachers recently shared their thoughts with me as they prepare for their first year in the classroom. Matt Brown, who will teach biology at Roy High School, talked about a former high school teacher and coach who spent time, effort and even money helping him to be the best that he could be on and off the field. Matt said, "He taught me lessons that I took with me into life that still impact me now nearly ten years later. He exemplified what it meant to be a role model and a teacher. He is the reason I became a teacher. "Matt then expressed that it is his goal to have the same influence for good on students in his school. He stated, "I feel teaching and coaching is the one way to impact and truly change lives and the trajectory of lives in a meaningful way."

Katie Arave, who will teach 4th grade at Farr West Elementary School, talked about the many reasons that she selected teaching as her chosen profession. "But the core reason," Katie articulated beautifully, "really comes down to the fact that I want to be a champion for children." Katie told me that what she most anticipates as she enters her first year as a teacher is building strong relationships with her students. "I am excited to make the connections that will gain the students' trust and respect," Katie expressed, "which in turn will lead to deep and amazing learning opportunities."  

Kelsie Garrard has been hired to teach 3rd grade at Roosevelt Elementary. Kelsie reflected, "Looking back in my life, the people that had the biggest positive impact on me were my dearest teachers. They taught me major life skills like hard work, optimism, integrity and how to build and keep healthy friendships." Kelsie is determined "to be the role model that my teachers were to me and pay it forward."  

Matt, Katie and Kelsie remind each of us why we work in Weber School District! Regardless of our role or position, we have the opportunity to touch lives for good. This will be an exceptional year because Weber School District has devoted, caring adults who are persistent in their efforts to help children. On behalf of the Weber School District Board of Education, we wish each of you an exceptional and successful school year.

Download the CTE Pathways Brochure

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

  • Food Science, Dietetics, and Nutrition
  • Plant Science
  • Animal and Veterinary Science
  • Agricultural Production Systems

Architecture & Construction

  • CAD Architectural Design
  • Interior Design

Arts, Audio/Visual Technology & Communications

  • Fashion Apparel and Textiles Broadcasting
  • Audio/Visual Production Professional
  • Broadcasting Professional Graphic Design & Communication
  • Commercial Art
  • Commercial Photography
  • Digital Media

Your Bridge to the Future. CTE Pathways CTE Desktop Guide

Business, Finance & Marketing

  • Accounting and Financial Operations
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Office/Administrative Support
  • Marketing and Sales

Education & Training

  • Pre-K: Childhood Education
  • K-12 Education as a Profession

Engineering & Technology

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • CAD Mechanical Design
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Health Science Clinical Laboratory Science

  • Biotechnology
  • Medical Forensics
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Nursing Services

Therapeutic Clinical Services

  • Exercise Science/Sports Medicine

Hospitality & Tourism

  • Culinary Arts
  • Hospitality and Tourism

Information Technology

  • Programming and Software Development
  • Web Development

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Public Safety & Law Enforcement

  • Protective Services Manufacturing
  • Welding 

Advanced Manufacturing

  • Cabinetmaking/Millwork
  • Machine Tool

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Automotive

  • Service Technician

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.)

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