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.
Presented by Weber School District & Skill Struck
Weber School District is excited to invite families of students in grades 3-6 to attend an amazing and informative coding night with Skill Struck. Skill Struck is the computer science program that is being introduced in the elementary schools. Instruction will be provided in both English & Spanish.
January 27, 6-8 PM
Wahlquist Junior High
2656 N 2400 W
Join us from 6:00-6:30 PM for a quick bite before the workshop begins.
A Chromebook will be provided.
Scan the QR code to register for the link.
This experience is best suited for just you and your grades 3-6 child.
Email Melissa Hadley at with questions.
We are celebrating all the holidays in December! On December 3rd, it was "National Roof Over Your Head Day". We discussed why we need a roof, how roofs keep us safe, and then how a roof is built. Students thought like engineers and designed their own roof. Then, they used graham crackers, frosting and candy to build their own gingerbread house roof!
Please use our school notification form to submit your student’s Covid-19 test information. The school notification form can be found by scanning the QR code below or clicking here: Covid-19 Student Reporting Form.
COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Infected people have had a wide range of symptoms reported – from mild symptoms to severe illness. Students may display one or several of these symptoms:
Please keep your student home from school until you can determine if they should be tested for Covid-19. If you determine that they have Covid-19, please keep them home for 5 days after their symptom date. If they are fever-free and their symptoms have improved after 5 days, they can return
to school with a mask for the next 5 days.
Please keep your student home from school. Notify the school that your student has tested positive. Keep your student home for at least 5 days after their first symptom date. If your student is fever-free after 5 days and their symptoms have improved, they may return to school and wear a mask through day 10. Symptom date is considered day zero. For example, if they started having symptoms on a Wednesday, you would keep them home 5 more days, and they could return to school the following Tuesday as long as their symptoms have improved. They would then wear a mask at school that Tuesday through Friday.
If the student has no symptoms of Covid-19, they may attend school as usual. The health department recommends wearing a well-fitting mask and watching for symptoms for 10 days. If a student has been exposed to Covid-19 and they start showing any symptoms, they should isolate at home and get tested.
You can contact your student’s school with questions, or contact Ashley Blake, WSD Covid Coordinator at . When should I keep my student home? Please keep your student home if they have a fever of 100.4 or higher, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, sore throat, headache, muscle aches and pains, cough (not related to asthma), or a new loss of sense of taste or smell.
Weber School District will not be contact tracing for the 2022-23 school year. If that changes, parents will be notified.
If your student has to isolate at home due to a Covid-19 case, please inform your student’s school. Your student will be listed as “Online Schooling” for the 5 days that they will be home. Students should check their classwork daily via the Canvas courses and do any course work they can.
Communication with teachers is extremely important as the teachers will be able to work through issues with students as needed.
No. A student who has tested positive is considered infectious for 5 days from their symptom onset date and must isolate at home for the full 5 days. There is no option to test out of isolation, even if you are feeling better, or have a negative test before the end of the 5-day isolation period. If the
student’s symptoms have improved, and they do not have a fever of 100.4 or higher, they may return to school after 5 days, but should wear a mask for 5 more days while at school.
No. A negative test is not required to return to school after a student has tested positive or been exposed to Covid-19. Students with a positive test result are required to isolate at home for the full 5 days. They may return to school with a mask if they have been symptom-free for at least 24 hours
without any fever-reducing medication and their other symptoms have improved.
Where can I take my student to get tested for Covid-19?
Visit https://coronavirus.utah.gov/utah-covid-19-testing-locations/ for testing locations near you.
Please contact the district Covid Coordinator, Ashley Blake, at .
6th grade students at North Ogden Elementary participated in a twelve year tradition honoring veterans by filling the walls with their pictures and a brief description of their service. We love and appreciate all veterans and their service.
Weber School District honored with three commendations this year for having the best of the best statewide
This week the State of Utah presented the U-RISE award to Weber School District’s Mike Evans in our maintenance department.
This award is the third statewide commendation this year to go to Weber School District: Utah Superintendent of the year Jeff Stephens, Utah Teacher of the Year Mark Daniels, and now the U-RISE recipient Mike Evans.
We think our school district is amazing, but when officials in the Governor’s Office as well as the Utah State Board of Education take notice of our great people and programs, it is a proud moment.
This triple-crown achievement for Weber School District in 2021 is shared with all those who are part of a great organization that do amazing things every day for children. When we all work together to put children first in each decision, everyone wins. It’s the Weber Way.