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What can I purchase with legislative supply money?

Utah Administration Code states that legislative supply money should be used to purchase supplies and materials to be used in the instruction of students, equipment to protect the health of teachers, and expenses in conjunction with field trips.


How much legislative supply money do I receive?

Full-time teachers and counselors receive the following amounts, part-time employees receive a pro-rated amount:




Salary Steps 1-3



Salary Steps 4+




How do I access my legislative supply money?

Weber School District uses ClassWallet to manage legislative supply money purchases. You can spend your legislative supply money by either shopping on the ClassWallet marketplace, or by spending your own money and submitting a receipt for reimbursement through ClassWallet.

For a tutorial on how to shop on the ClassWallet marketplace, watch this video:

For a tutorial on how to submit a reimbursement through ClassWallet, watch this video:


I’m new to the District. What do I need to do for my ClassWallet account to be setup?

If you are new to the District, please fill out this google form to initiate the account setup process:


What is the cutoff date to spend legislative supply money?

The cutoff date to spend legislative supply money is April 1 each year. Unspent money does not carryover from year to year.


My ClassWallet account is showing that I have $0 to spend, but I haven’t spent me allocation.

Each year ClassWallet requires employees to agree to an affidavit. If your account is showing a $0 balance, you will need to agree to the affidavit by clicking on the “Affidavit” link directly below where your balance is showing $0 in ClassWallet.


Who do I contact if I have ClassWallet questions?

For questions regarding your ClassWallet allocation, contact Seth Pilkington at , or 801-476-7843. For all other ClassWallet questions, contact ClassWallet directly at 877-969-5536.

Wednesday, 02 June 2021 07:27

2012 Bond

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In June of 2012, Weber County voters approved a $65 million bond to build four new schools and add additions to two existing schools. The bond, which did not increase the property tax rate, passed with 58.17% of voters voting in favor of it.  

The new schools replaced outdated facilities that no longer met seismic code. The older buildings lacked modern features such as air conditioning and were expensive to maintain. The new schools were also built to handle a greater number of students, thus eliminating the need for portable classrooms at many of the sites.

The projects funded by the bond were:

Rocky Mountain Jr. High.

A 10-classroom addition was added to the back of the building which increased the permanent capacity of the school. The project cost about $5 million and was completed in 2014.

Photo of Rocky Mountain Jr High

Wahlquist Junior High.

The original school was built in 1942 during WWII. A new school was built at 2656 N. 2400 W. in Farr West City, and the old building was torn down. The project cost about $18 million and the school opened in 2015.

Photo of Wahlquist Jr High

North Park Elementary.

Originally built in 1959, the old building was torn down and a new school was built onsite. The project cost approximately $10 million. The school, which opened in 2014, is located at 4046 S. 2175 W. in Roy City.   

Photo of North Park Elementary

West Weber Elementary.

Originally built in 1928, the old school was torn down and a new one was built onsite. The project cost approximately $10 million to complete. The school, which opened in 2015, is located at 4178 W. 900 S. in West Weber.

Photo of West Weber Elementary

Burch Creek Elementary.

The new school combined Club Heights Elementary (built in 1942) and MarLon Hills Elementary (built in 1960) into one. The $10 million facility, which opened in 2016, is located at 4300 Madison on the site of the old South Ogden Jr. High in South Ogden City.

Photo of Burch Creek Elementary

North Ogden Jr. High.

A new addition, which included a full-size gymnasium was added onto the south side of the school. Besides a new gym, renovations were also made to the cafeteria and stage. The project cost was approximately $2 million and was completed in 2016.

Photo of North Ogden Jr High

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