Weber District's Career and Technical Education (CTE) department provided a great learning experience for Weber District's Counselors and Administrators. We had the privilege of visiting Lagoon. We learned of all the job and career opportunities for our students that Lagoon has to offer...Mechanical Engineers, Electricians, Plumbers, Culinary Services, Landscape Management, EMR Services just to name a few. These are all occupations that in (CTE) there is a "Pathway" for student to better prepare them for the workforce.
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DO NOT SUBMIT APPS TO BE VETTED ON THIS WEBSITE! APPS MUST BE SUBMITTED VIA A TICKET.
Weber School District, in compliance with HB 358 and SB 102, has initiated a strict policy and protocol procedure for evaluating all third-party vendors who have access to any student data. Interactive websites and apps collect student data such as location, name, phone numbers, likes and dislikes, routines, and much more. Because of this, Weber School District wants to protect student data, both submitted by the student and generated by these third-party companies. The most common use of student data is in marketing and research, and for selling to companies for a profit. Because of this, Weber School District requires all third-party vendors to sign a Memorandum of Agreement, which specifies that all student data will be transmitted and stored in a secure way, that it won't be sold, and that it will be fully deleted upon request.
In order for a third-party vendor to be approved, they must go through the evaluation steps:
Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
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.
PCAU HB 286 Utah Child Sexual Abuse Online Prevention Training Instructions:
Click Link: https://pcau.enspark.com/
1. Select Register
2. Complete Registration
· Parents/Caregivers must select I am a Parent of a Student from the registration drop down box in order to access the parent course.
· School personnel must select School Personnel from the registration drop down box to access the educator course.
3. Click Register Button
4. Click Launch Course
5. There will be a Certificate of Completion issued at the end of the course that the user needs to print or download as a PDF
|Lunch Prices||Breakfast Prices|
|Per Meal||Elementary||Jr High||High School||Elementary||Jr High||High School|
|1st Quarter - 46 days|
|2nd Quarter - 46 days|
|3rd Quarter - 44 days|
|4th Quarter - 44 days|
2nd Meals cost $3.50 each for everyone - The Federal Government does not reimburse 2nd meal
|Per Meal||Elementary||Jr High||High School|
There are three ways to purchase school meals.
Pay for your student's lunch online with your credit card. The service is easy to use, convenient, private and secure. You will 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.
The National School Lunch Program is a federally assisted meal program that provides students a wellbalanced meal each day. All student meals are partially reimbursed by the National School Lunch Program when the household does not qualify for a free meal. Parents of children who do not qualify for the free meal benefit are required to make payments to the student account only for the portion of the cost that is not reimbursed by the National School Lunch Program.
The Unpaid Meal Charges Procedure is written to outline how Weber School District will communicate to parents/guardians about the process for managing unpaid meal charges on student accounts, the procedure for collecting balances that are negative, and to assure parents that no student should be embarrassed or confronted in collecting delinquent account balances.
This policy will apply to all schools that participate in the National School Lunch Program within the Weber School District boundaries.
When a new student transfers into a school within the district, parents will receive the following information from the school:
This information is available to all students.
Weber School District Child Nutrition Department offers online access for the free and reduced benefit for the federally assisted meal. All applications will be available to families after July I, of the approaching school year. Child Nutrition also provides each school site applications to distribute to all new students. Applications can also be downloaded from http://wsd.net/departments/support/child-nutrition/resources after July 1, of the approaching school year. The completed application can be e-mailed to or faxed to 801-476-7952.
Families may be eligible to receive benefits from Special Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Utah TANF/FEP, or FDPIR. If the student is eligible, this benefit is automatically updated in our "School Lunch At Weber" (SLAW) program. Child Nutrition will send a letter to the household informing parents of the student's eligibility. Any family qualifying for these benefits do not need to submit a free/reduced application form.
Parents have the option of paying student lunch accounts by bringing cash or check to the lunchroom at the school. Payments can also be made at the office. Online payments can be made at https://myweber.wsd.net/Account/Login
During each quarter, if the negative balance is greater than $10.00 and payment is not received within one week, the office will send a letter home to the parent/guardian with available payment plan options.
If the negative balance is greater than $20.00 and payment is not received or a payment plan has not been established within 10 days, another letter will be sent home from the office notifying the parent/guardian that the deficit amount is being sent to collections.
If payment is not received or a payment plan is not established within 10 days and an individual student has a negative balance greater than $30.00, the account will be referred to collections by the administration. Any family with an aggregate negative balance greater than $50.00 at a single school, will also be referred to collections by the administration.
All balances in a student's account will roll into the next year.
After graduation, any balance in a senior's account or if a student leaves Weber School District, the remaining balance will be transferred into a siblings account. If there is not a sibling in the district, a letter will be sent to the parent/guardian notifying them of the remaining balance, and a request may be made for any refund at the school. If the parent/guardian does not request a refund by the end of the same calendar year, the unclaimed balance will be donated to students in need.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider
The ProStart® is a program of the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation that introduces students to career opportunities in the restaurant and foodservice industry and provides them with foundational skills in culinary arts and restaurant management that will jump-start their post-secondary experience, in college and/or careers.
Students will be trained for career opportunities in the food service/culinary arts industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice safety and sanitation procedures, and to use and maintain commercial food service equipment. They will perform quantity food preparation as it relates to catering, bakery, restaurant, hospitality, and fast food business operations. This course will strengthen comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. Student leadership and competitive events (FCCLA) may be integrated into this course.
*Bonneville’s ProStart Culinary and Management teams were invited to the annual Utah Restaurant Association Awards Gala. It took place at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City. There they watched by the best restaurants chefs from around state. The Pro Start Culinary team won 3rd Place in Regionals. The Management team, won 2nd place in state. This students are well deserving for this honor.
Students will develop knowledge and skills in a wide range of animal agriculture principles, including anatomy and physiology, health maintenance, waste disposal, and facilities. The efficient production and effective management of selected animal enterprises are covered, including beef and dairy cattle, swine, sheep and goats, poultry, and equine. Practices in veterinary medicine and those associated with small animal care are included.
Mr. Selman @ Fremont High with his Animal Science students at the WSD Agriculture Facility processing lambs…Giving shots, tagging, collecting data, etc.…