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Wednesday, 26 October 2016 13:35

Driving Directions - 4840 N. 2250 E. Eden Utah 84310

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 USE GOOGLE MAPSDO NOT USE MAPQUEST or Apple Maps (They take you to the wrong place)

From Ogden Canyon

  • Travel east on 12th street, up Ogden Canyon to Pineview dam.
  • Turn left across the dam (or proceed around through Huntsville if the dam road is closed) and follow the highway to the 4-way stop by Valley Market in downtown Eden.
  • Turn left and drive for 2.9 miles, on hwy 162 past Snowcrest Jr. High, to 4100 N. where there is a 3-way stop.
  • Turn left and travel West for.2 miles.
  • Turn right on 3300 E. and travel North for 1.3 miles.
  • Turn left on 5100 N. and drive West the 1.5 miles to the Environmental Center black archway sign and the parking lot.
  • Park your vehicle in the parking lot and walk the .5 miles up to the Environmental Center.

From North Ogden Divide

  • Turn left on 3300 E. in Liberty like you were headed to Avon and North Fork Park. 
  • Travel North for 1.3 miles.
  • Turn left on 5100 N. and drive West the 1.5 miles to the Environmental Center black archway sign and the parking lot.
  • Park your vehicle in the parking lot and walk the .5 miles to the Environmental Center.
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 13:23

Days Still Available

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Due to Covid 19 levels we are not taking reservations for any groups outside of the Weber School District at this time.  Check back in January for any change of this policy.


Only school days are listed below. If you are looking for a weekend or holiday, call for availability.  801-476-7877,





(Remember Parent Teacher Conferences for Elementary schools are October 11, 12, 13 and Feb. 9, 10, 11.  For Secondary, Parent Teacher Conferences are Sept. 29, Dec. 8 and Feb. 23.)

(Comp days and Professional Learning days where there are no students include  Oct. 29, Jan. 14, Apr. 2)


August  12, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,  31



Here is a list of dates available for next school year.  This site will be updated as changes are made.

August,12, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31

Sept. 1, 2, 16

Oct. 5, 10, 12, 19, 26, 31

Nov. 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 28, 29, 30

Dec. 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14 15, 19, 20

Jan. 4, 9, 11, 18, 25

Feb. 1, 

Mar. 1, 8, 10, 15, 17, 20, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31

Apr. 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28

May 3, 8, 10, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31

June  1, 2, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

July  All of July is open except the 4th and 24th.

Aug. All of August is open 

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 13:17

Activity Ideas

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There are a lot of fun things to do at the Environmental Center. 

Some ideas include:

  • Animal presentation with skulls and skins

  • Hikes, short and long

  • Geocaching

  • Disc Golf

  • Archery

  • Cross country skiing

  • Snowshoeing

  • Igloo/snowcave building

  • Snow science

  • Avalanche basics

  • Using hand lenses to look closer at things

  • Indoor climbing wall

  • Ping pong

  • Scale model of the solar system

  • Cougar game

  • How many is a million? presentation

  • Tomahawk throwing

Summer Activities:

Ask your music or German language teacher for more details.

  • Band Camp

  • German Camp

  • Building Utah Youth

  • High School Choir  Camps

  • Student Government training

  • Hope Squad training

  • High School Cross Country camp

  • Marching Band camp

Contact Dave Jenkins,  ,the teacher/facilitator, for more ideas or adaptations for your group.


Explore on your own:

Places to go and explore:

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 11:06

Swanson's North Fork Environmental Center

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David Jenkins Teacher/Facilitator (801) 745-2057

David Jenkins


(801) 745-2057

Roxan Wilson-Sianez Executive Secretary - Elementary Education (801) 476-7877

Roxan Wilson-Sianez

Executive Secretary - Elementary Education

(801) 476-7877

Swanson's North Fork Environmental Center is dedicated to providing a safe outdoor experience for students K-12, helping them understand core curriculum.  Consider it your destination field trip spot.

Picture of Environmental Center in SummerPicture of Environmental Center in Winter

Mission Statement

The Environmental Center will be a facility and a setting for all students to safely learn about the workings of nature, about themselves, and to build positive relationships with each other and the natural world. 


Walk the half mile from the parking lot and leave the world of classrooms behind.


Prepare yourself along the way to be part of the natural world.


Experience the joy of learning in nature's laboratory. 

Serving grades K-12 the Center provides a central lodge with kitchen, dining and restroom facilities. In addition the cook will feed you well and the teacher/facilitator is there to see your stay is wonderful and worthwhile. Equipment for activities year round is available at the Center.

The Center provides a gem of a spot for a fine field trip, with fun and great memories, as well as reinforcing core concepts outlined in the Utah State Core Curriculum across many different subject areas.

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 10:46

Elementary Education Resources

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Wednesday, 26 October 2016 10:42

Staff Directory (Elementary Education)

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Disque, Daelynn

Hq Behavior Prof Aide


Freeman, Jayden

Hq Behavior Prof Aide


Handsaker, Hadley

Hq Behavior Prof Aide


Jenkins, David



Kapp, Carissa

Hq Behavior Aide


Mckinney, Jodi

Behavior Aide


Neilson, Heather

Supervisor Of Elementary Education


Williams, Mary Jo

Director Elementary Education


Wilson-Sianez, Roxan

Executive Secretary - Elementary Education


Wednesday, 26 October 2016 10:34

Elementary Education

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Mary Jo Williams Director Elementary Education (801) 476-7868

Mary Jo Williams

Director Elementary Education

(801) 476-7868

Heather Neilson Supervisor Of Elementary Education (801) 476-7874

Heather Neilson

Supervisor Of Elementary Education

(801) 476-7874

OGDEN, UT 84405

Elementary Education provides district administration, leadership and resources to the district’s 28 elementary schools serving approximately 16,000 students.

Research and experience tells us that parental involvement increases student learning. Become a member of your child’s educational team by being involved in your local school and PTA organization.

If you are new to the area you can now use our Boundary Map to find your school. You can also use the Bus Stop Locator to find your new stop for this school year

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 09:07


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Sheri Heiter Director Of Curriculum (801) 476-7956

Sheri Heiter

Director Of Curriculum

(801) 476-7956

Trista Keller Assessment/Curriculum Secretary (801) 476-7820

Trista Keller

Assessment/Curriculum Secretary

(801) 476-7820

Amy Fritschle Curriculum Secretary (801) 476-7870

Amy Fritschle

Curriculum Secretary

(801) 476-7870

OGDEN, UT 84405

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Curriculum Department is to ensure high levels of learning for ALL students by providing the best possible resources and support for administrators and teachers.

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Curriculum Department Responsibilities

Teaching & Learning Cycles

ELEMENTARY - Curriculum Fellows

SECONDARY - Curriculum Fellows

  • English Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • World Languages           

                   Programs & Services

Curricular Area Curricular Area
Blueprints for  RISE Assessment Science (Elementary)
Career and Technical Education(CTE) Science (Secondary)
AP (College Board) Student Learning Obj. (SLOs)
Dual Immersion Social Studies / History
English  Learners Special Education
Federal Programs USBE Professional Learning - MIDAS
Fine Arts and Performing Arts Utah Core State Standards
Health World Languages
Language Arts (Elementary) WSD Instructional Support Framework
Language Arts (Secondary)  
Mathematics (Elementary)  Summer Extended Learning Camps
Mathematics (Secondary)  Teacher Fellows

 Elementary Professional Learning Resources - NEW!

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 07:39

Career and Technical Education

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Rod Belnap CTE Director (801) 476-6522

Rod Belnap

CTE Director

(801) 476-6522

Susan Mindrum CTE Secretary (801) 476-6521

Susan Mindrum

CTE Secretary

(801) 476-6521

1007 W. 12th Street
OGDEN, UT 84404

CTELogoBridgeMottoThe Mission of Career and Technical Education (CTE) is to provide students with the technical skills and academic knowledge needed to prepare them for future employment and/or a successful transition to post-secondary education. CTE Pathways show students a direct connection between doing well in high school and being able to transition smoothly to post-secondary opportunities or getting a good job when they graduate. CTE offers a wide variety of courses at the junior high and high school level. Many of our high school CTE courses offer Concurrent Enrollment (CE) credit through Utah colleges and universities.

The workplace in our country has become increasingly more dynamic and demanding at a phenomenal pace. Knowledge and skills that are useful and marketable today may be completely obsolete before the end of the year or even sooner. For this reason, the students of today need an education that is not only rigorous and relevant, but one that prepares them to advance in a career.

CTE training is vital. Nearly one-third of the fastest growing occupations will require an associate’s degree or a post-secondary vocational certificate, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employers will be hiring more people with technical education than any other group. In addition, the fastest growing job categories in the United States will be technology related. In Utah, a coalition of business and education leaders have a vision for educating our youth to revitalize Utah's economy. Check out the web site at and learn why Education is the key to Utah's prosperity.

CTE offers students the opportunity to learn from extremely well qualified, professional instructors in a contextual setting using up to date, “real world” technology. CTE continually works at building collaborative, articulated programs with post-secondary educational institutions to increase the educational options for our students. A majority of our programs have state administered competency tests associated with the course of study. Our goal is to consistently score above the state average in every program area.

Student leadership opportunities along with local, state and national competitions are available through our CTSO's (Career and Technical Student Organzations).

Work Based Learning (WBL) opportunities are provided to qualified 12th grade students. After completing a Critical Workplace Skills independent study course, apprenticeships and/or internships are available at local businesses, medical facilities, schools, and government entities.

A nontraditional career is any occupation in which women or men comprise 25 percent or less of its total employment. Our teachers and counselors work to enhance awareness about nontraditional careers and dispel stereotypes and myths about these careers.

We believe in our students, support our teachers and constantly look for ways to improve our programs!

The Weber School District CTE Department is committed to excellence in education!

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Useful Information


Thursday, 20 October 2016 22:43

Open Enrollment

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The following dates, related to open enrollment, are set within the parameters of the statute: 

NOVEMBER 2021 – 

The principal of a school that is requiring a new open enrollment application for incoming 7th or 10th grade students must notify parents by mail that they must re-apply to continue at the next level school. 

DECEMBER 1, 2021 through FEBRUARY 18, 2022 – 

The Open Enrollment Application is available at all schools/online ( – Departments – Student Services – Open Enrollment) and accepted at designated “open enrollment” schools during this application time frame. 

MARCH 14, 2022 –  

Withdrawal provision for students already attending under previous acceptance.  The school will notify parents of students who will not be permitted to continue enrollment in the non-resident school.

MARCH 30, 2022 – 

By this date, parent/student are generally notified of acceptance or denial.

Based on functional building capacities and student enrollment, the following schools will have an Open Enrollment status for the 2021-2022 school year. 

Elementary Schools

Bates (1st grade only)

Burch Creek*

Country View

Farr West

Freedom (1st grade only)

Green Acres

H. Guy Child


Lomond View

Majestic (1st grade only)



North Ogden

North Park*

Orchard Springs

Plain City




Silver Ridge



Valley View*

Washington Terrace*

West Haven*

West Weber

*Grades 1-6 Only

Junior High Schools

Roy Jr. High

Sand Ridge Jr. High

Snowcrest Jr. High

T. H. Bell Jr. High

High Schools

Bonneville High

Two Rivers High

Weber Innovation High

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