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Monday, 24 October 2016 15:11

Create a myWeber Parent account

To create a parent account for the school year, please read the content below. If you have any questions we have prepared a FAQ section at the bottom of this page. If you do not find your question in that section please email us at .

If you already have a myWeber account you can log in below.

Log in to myWeber 

Frequently Asked Questions

I don't have a Student ID?

To create a Parent Account you must have a Student ID for just one of your children. You can find your child’s Student ID on previous report cards. The students use this number in the library and for lunch. If they do not remember their Student ID simply call the school.

I don't have a Student PIN?

The system will provide you with a PIN as long as you have your student ID. Simply begin the creation process and after entering the Student ID click the link that says, "Don't know your student's pin? Click here.".

I don't have a parent account?

Create a parent account now with your child's Student ID. Create a Parent Account.  If you don't know the Student ID call the school for help.

I don't know my Username?

Usernames are always the same as the email you used to create the account or the email that is currently linked to the account. Simply type in your full email address. example. , , , etc.

I don't remember my password?

If you don't remember your password you can simply go to the login page and select the link for "If you have forgotten your password."

What if my student is new to the Weber School District?

Because each school has specific requirements please call your school and schedule a time to pick up a new Student Registration packet. They will request documentation which includes your student's Birth Certificate, Immunization records, and Proof of Residence. Click on the schools menu to find your school.

How do I call the school?

Visit the school menu and the top of this page and use the number there to contact the school office.

How do I change my emergency contact number?

  1. Have the guardian Login to the portal:
  2. Click "Preferences"
  3. Change/Enter cell phone number (10 digits)
  4. Click "Change Emergency Number"

How do I add students to my Parent account?

The school maintains the student's records and their connection to parents and guardians. Please call the school and have them add your student/s. They can add the student/s to your current parent account.

A myWeber Parent Account is intended for parents to view all the information available for each of their students in the District. With a Parent account you will have the ability to check grades, late assignments, missing assignments, lunch balances, attendance history, transcripts and State testing scores for each student.

Register Now!

Monday, 24 October 2016 15:09

Sign Up For Office 365

For Students and Teachers

Weber School District provides every student and teacher with a Microsoft Office 365 account. This account allows students and teachers to access the popular Microsoft Office Suite from any computer connected to the internet. Each account includes:

  • Online versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, & OneNote
  • 30 gigabytes of online storage with OneDrive
  • Software downloads of the latest version of Office for PC & Mac (up to 5 computers)
  • Phone & Tablet Office apps for Windows, Android and iOS devices

Login to your Office365 account by going to

  1. Go to the following address to login: “”
  2. Login with your wsdstudent email address and password ()
  3. Once you are logged in you can create new documents online or download a version of Microsoft Office for your computer
Monday, 24 October 2016 15:07

Password Change Procedure

Go to a computer lab Login to a computer with your WSD username/password 


Push: CTRL-ALT-DEL and click on Change Password


Type in an old password and new password twice


Monday, 24 October 2016 15:02

Attendance Tips

For more on school readiness, visit and

Did You Know?

  • Starting in kindergarten, too many absences can cause children to fall behind in school.
  • Missing 10 percent (or about 18 days) can make it harder to learn to read.
  • Students can still fall behind if they miss just a day or two days every few weeks.
  • Being late to school may lead to poor attendance.
  • Absences can affect the whole classroom if the teacher has to slow down learning to help children catch up.

Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school—and themselves. Start building this habit in preschool so they learn right away that going to school on time, every day is important. Good attendance will help children do well in high school, college, and at work.

Help Your Child Succeed in School:

Build the Habit of Good Attendance Early
School success goes hand in hand with good attendance!

What You Can Do

  • Set a regular bed time and morning routine.
  • Lay out clothes and pack backpacks the night before.
  • Find out what day school starts and make sure your child has the required shots.
  • Introduce your child to her teachers and classmates before school starts to help her transition.
  • Don’t let your child stay home unless she is truly sick. Keep in mind complaints of a stomach ache or headache can be a sign of anxiety and not a reason to stay home.
  • If your child seems anxious about going to school, talk to teachers, school counselors, or other parents for advice on how to make her feel comfortable and excited about learning.
  • Develop back-up plans for getting to school if something comes up. Call on a family member, a neighbor, or another parent.
  • Avoid medical appointments and extended trips when school is in session.

When Do Absences Become a Problem?

Chronic Absence - 18 or more days
Warning Signs - 10 to 17 days
Good Attendance - 9 or fewer absences
Note: These numbers assume a 180-day school year.

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Monday, 24 October 2016 14:58

Appropriate Use

Sign the AUP

Weber School District is committed to ensuring a safe environment for student and employee computer usage. The Appropriate Use Policy (AUP) governs the usage of the computers in the district. Everyone using a district computer is required to abide by the rules set forth in the AUP.

Key Points of the Appropriate Use Policy

  1. Your use of the computer should be appropriate to your role in Weber School District. In other words, your use of technology should be consistent with the educational and support responsibilities of your job (i.e. Teacher, Administrator and Classified Employee).
  2. It is both an AUP violation and a Class B misdemeanor to intentionally and knowingly access pornography from any Weber School District computer including laptops.
  3. All Weber School District web activity and email communication is filtered and logged. Consequently, Weber District users of computers and computer services should have no expectation of privacy in their use of these technologies.
  4. All Students will be monitored and supervised as they use WSD technology, including computers and computer labs.
  5. Violations of the AUP are handled aggressively and may result in suspension from school for students, and job actions (including possible termination) for staff, as circumstances warrant.
  6. Employees must exercise reasonable care to safeguard access to their computer(s) from other individuals including students. Passwords must be kept secure and changed as needed. Students must not be allowed to use the computer assigned for teacher use.

Appropriate Use Policy

The Appropriate Use Policy is the agreement between the district, the students, and the staff, and determines which computer activities are appropriate. Usage of the computers should always be appropriate to one's role in the district. Failure to adhere to the Appropriate Use Policy will result in disciplinary action.

Read the Appropriate Use Policy

Suggested AUP Summary for K-3 Students

This document was written to help teachers, administrators, and parents explain the Appropriate Use Policy to students from Kindergarten to 3rd Grade. You may use this as a template and signature form for creating your own elementary school AUP form, if you wish to do so.

Read This Document

Suggested AUP Summary for 4-6 Students

This document was written to help teachers, administrators, and parents explain the Appropriate Use Policy to students from 4th Grade to 6th Grade. You may use this as a template and signature form for creating your own elementary school AUP form, if you wish to do so.

Read This Document

Monday, 24 October 2016 13:41

Utah's Core Standards

To better understand the facts about Utah's Core Standards here are some links that provide valuable information.

Monday, 24 October 2016 13:40

Parent/Student Notification Systems

followWhat are the best methods for me to receive timely WSD notifications?

Currently, the preferred methods for getting WSD notifications are to visit the main web site, as well as your school web site. Other options include checking our district Twitter account or Facebook page. Please keep in mind that our Facebook page is not monitored 24/7, so any messages you send may not be responded to immediately.

We also offer the ability to sign up for email and text alerts. However, due to the volume of message that are being sent out, these two options are not as timely.

To sign up to follow our Twitter account, text “follow @wsdnotification” to 40404.

To verify your phone or email address, please log in to

Additional information about each of our notification systems follows:

Emergency Notifier


The emergency notifier is linked to all email addresses,  all mobile phone numbers, the district twitter account, the district Facebook account, as well as all Weber School District web pages. It is accessed through a button in MyStudent that is only accessible by particular district administrators.


This is for emergency type notifications; (i.e. school closures, late start, early out, lockouts,) and other situations when we need to get information to parents and students. There is no ability to “unsubscribe” from this list.


The Emergency Notifier can only be initiated by the Superintendency. Subsequent permission can be granted from the superintendent to the director and supervisor of Technical Services, the director of Secondary Education,  the director of Elementary Education, Community Relations/Safety Administrator, and Technical Services Web Development emergency notification support. (Blayne Christensen, Geoff Brooks, Justin Reeve) Geoff Brooks is the point of contact.


To activate the Emergency Notifier contact one of the persons in the above list. You must have myStudent installed and updated to access the button.



MyConnect is an “opt in” notification system. (Similar to remind101) Teachers and administrators can create a list associated with a course or other group of students. Students/parents connect to that text/email feed for any type of notifications or messages associated with that course or list. These messages are logged and can be scheduled.  Parents/Students can also unsubscribe.


This is for normal classroom notifications, athletic and club notifications, administrator to faculty notifications and messages, etc.


All teachers and administrators in Weber School District have access to MyConnect. For teacher and administrator help, contact Vincent Coates. . For help joining a list associated with your students, contact the school or teacher.


MyConnect is a button located in the MyStudent suite of classroom tools. List management can also be accomplished via website



AcyMailer is a school based utility to mass email parents and students within their school.


This is for sending newsletters, emails with attachments, emails to specific grade levels, PTA, Etc.


Building administrators have access to AcyMailer. For help contact Vincent Coates.


AcyMailer is a Joomla web site application. Administrators log into their Joomla site and can send the content out to groups specified in that list.


Monday, 24 October 2016 13:33

Parent/Student Notification Systems

followWhat are the best methods for me to receive timely WSD notifications?

Currently, the preferred methods for getting WSD notifications are to visit the main web site, as well as your school web site. Other options include checking our district Twitter account or Facebook page. Please keep in mind that our Facebook page is not monitored 24/7, so any messages you send may not be responded to immediately.

We also offer the ability to sign up for email and text alerts. However, due to the volume of message that are being sent out, these two options are not as timely.

To sign up to follow our Twitter account, text “follow @wsdnotification” to 40404.

To verify your phone or email address, please log in to

Additional information about each of our notification systems follows:

WSD Notifier - Parents

Weber School District uses several methods to communicate important and timely messages to parents. These methods include email, text messaging, district websites and social media. This guide will explain how to receive and/or view any messages sent via the WSD Notification system. Parents are encouraged to follow any or all of the following methods to ensure timely notification.

Email Notifications

To receive email notifications, a parent must be registered at If you are already registered and need to change the email address that receives WSD Notification messages, you can change it by clicking on “Preferences” from the top menu.

Note: Each parent must have their own MyWeber account to receive WSD Notification messages via email and text.

Text Message Notifications*

To receive text message notifications on your mobile phone, you must have your cell phone number listed in your MyWeber account. To check your current listed contact information or to update your mobile number login at and select “Preferences” from the top menu.

Twitter Notifications*

You do not need to have a Twitter account to follow and receive text messages sent from the WSD Notification Twitter account. Do the following to receive WSD Notification tweets as text messages on your mobile device:

Send “follow @wsdnotification” to the number “40404”

School and District Websites

The notification message will also be displayed on all school and district web pages. Simply visit any of the sites to see the WSD Notification Message.


WSD Notification messages can also be viewed by following the Weber School District Facebook page.

*Message and data rates may apply

Monday, 24 October 2016 13:16


On Wednesday March 2, 2016, Weber School District partnered with the Weber County Sheriff's Office, Pleasant View Police Department, Roy City Police Department, and the Utah Highway Patrol to conduct the largest safety drill in the district to date. The three-staged lockdown, evacuation, and reunification exercise was conducted at Kanesville Elementary in West Haven.

Gone are the days when the only drills teachers and administration needed to worry about involved earthquakes and fire. As a district we must now be prepared to protect the safety of our students in a variety of situations. Weber School District is committed to being prepared to protect, evacuate, and reunite the children with their parents and loved ones in the event of a natural disaster or tragedy.

Principal Scott Zellmer initiated discussion of drill that would involve transporting students from the school. Unlike most other schools in the District, Kanesville has the distinction of being geographically located in an area without surrounding schools, parks, or other public spaces that are suitable for an evacuation of this magnitude. In preparation for the drill, the Weber County Sheriff's Office suggested use of the Weber County Fairgrounds as an evacuation site due to its relatively close approximation to Kanesville and the fact that its layout was easily secured by law enforcement.

Lockdown, evacuation, and reunification drills have all been conducted separately prior to Wednesday's drill, but this was the first time the District has conducted all three drills concurrently. Planning for the drill was a months-long process that required a small army of volunteers and cooperation with multiple agencies. The day began at 9:00 with teachers receiving the signal to begin the lockdown with “locks, lights, out of sight”. Classrooms were individually cleared by law enforcement and children were escorted onto waiting buses, walking hand-in-hand. Streets along the evacuation route were closed to traffic, and a police escort accompanied the buses to the Fairgrounds where the children were taken into the Exhibit Hall. Parents were notified via email and text of their student's location and given the “all clear” to begin arriving at the Fairgrounds for reunification. Upon arrival, parents filled out information cards and were asked to present their identification. Once checked in, they were sent to a waiting area until their children were brought to the reunification table. At that point, identification was again verified and students were reunited and sent home with their parents. The cooperation of parents in the process was appreciated very much.

Nate Taggart, Weber School District's Spokesperson and Safety Specialist stated that it is everyone's hope that we never have to use this protocol, but emphasized the importance of being prepared for such an event. Overall, the process was very smooth and well executed with few issues. Many lessons were learned, and ideas for expediting evacuation and reunification were shared. Input received from law enforcement, parents, and school officials has been invaluable in helping us to streamline the process; however, the most important feedback we received was from the students themselves. The children felt protected and secure knowing that procedures were in place to ensure their safety. They even reported having a lot of fun watching movies and playing games while they waited for their parents to arrive. But perhaps most fun of all, they received their very own police escort!

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Monday, 24 October 2016 12:16

Internet Safety for Kids

Following are some helpful links to help keep the Internet safe for your child.


  • CyberTipline

    The Congressionally-mandated CyberTipline is a means for reporting crimes against children including:

    • Possession, manufacture, and distribution of child pornography
    • Online enticement of children for sexual acts
    • Child prostitution
    • Sex Tourism Involving Children
    • Extrafamilial Child Sexual Molestation
    • Unsolicited Obscene Material Sent to a Child
    • Misleading Domain Names
    • Misleading Words or Digital Images on the Internet

    Reports may be made 24-hours a day, 7 days a week online at or by calling 1-800-843-5678.

  • Inhope

    INHOPE Hotlines offer the public a way of anonymously reporting Internet material including child sexual abuse material they suspect to be illegal. The Hotline will ensure that the matter is investigated and if found to be illegal the information will be passed to the relevant Law Enforcement Agency and in many cases the Internet Service Provider hosting the content.

  • Utah Do Not Contact Registry

    Protect Your Family's Addresses

    The Utah Child Protection Registry is a free program provided by the State of Utah that helps you stop adult-oriented solicitations from being targeted at you and your family. The program allows you to protect:

    • E-Mail Addresses
    • Mobile Phone Numbers
    • Instant Messenger IDs
    • Fax Numbers

    Companies and marketers that send adult-oriented messages, such as those promoting pornography, alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco, and gambling are required to screen their mailing lists with the State of Utah and remove registered addresses and numbers before they send their solicitations. Marketers that fail to remove registered addresses face felony charges as well as substantial civil and criminal fines.

Internet Chat Acronyms

  • AcronymFinder

    With more than 1,000,000 human-edited definitions, Acronym Finder is the world's largest and most comprehensive dictionary of acronyms, abbreviations, and initialisms. Combined with the Acronym Attic, Acronym Finder contains more than 5 million acronyms and abbreviations. New! You can also search for more than 850,000 US and Canadian postal codes.

  • NetLingo

    With more than 82 million people texting regularly, it's no wonder you've seen this cryptic looking code! Commonly used wherever people get online -- including IMing, SMSing, cell phones, Blackberries, PDAs, Web sites, games, newsgroup postings, in chat rooms, on blogs -- these abbreviations are used by people to communicate with each other. The actual definition of an acronym and text shorthand is here.

Internet Filters

  • K9 - FREE Internet filtering software

    K9 Web Protection is a free Internet filter and parental control software for your home Windows or Mac computer. K9 puts YOU in control of the Internet so you can protect your kids.

  • Computer Cop

    ComputerCOP is proud to have been chosen as a G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training) vendor. ComputerCOP is the only software company to have been given such a distinction by this highly acclaimed Justice Department program.

  • Content Protect

    ContentWatch, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, is an innovative company focused on delivering Internet management solution for families, schools, businesses and government. It is a world leading provider of Internet filtering and management solutions with customers in more than 157 countries. It is available in English, Spanish, Turkish and Japanese. With over 300,000 users in Turkey alone and partnerships in Australia, Japan, and the UK, Net Nanny has proven its global market appeal.

  • CyberPatrol

    CyberPatrol is a pioneer and leader in the Parental Control software market.
    Launched in 1995, CyberPatrol is one of the most trusted named in parental controls software. The CyberPatrol products are specifically developed for ease of use to help protect families and businesses from threatening online activity.

  • Cybersitter

    CYBERsitter actively filters search queries depending on the filters you have selected. CYBERsitter also has a "strictness" setting that lets you adjust how sensitive you want CYBERsitter to be when a user searches using a search engine. The strictness feature has several levels that allow you to set different levels for children, teens, and adults.

  • Safe2Read

    Safe2read allows you to allocate everyone in your family their own email account, with a level of automatic supervision appropriate to their age. You need to decide ONCE if each of your child's email friends is suitable - after that you are only alerted when strangers come calling. This works with ANY internet provider.

Prevention Sites

  • Child Lures Prevention

    Our mission is to help ensure the personal safety of children and youth through increased awareness, education, advocacy and action. Our goal is to prevent all forms of child victimization by teaching families, professionals and other community members how to recognize, interrupt and report inappropriate situations before abuse occurs.

  • The Children's Partnership

    The Children's Partnership works to ensure that all children—especially those at risk of being left behind—have the resources and the opportunities they need to grow up healthy and lead productive lives.

  • Crimes Against Children Research Center

    The mission of the Crimes against Children Research Center (CCRC) is to combat crimes against children by providing high quality research and statistics to the public, policy makers, law enforcement personnel, and other child welfare practitioners. CCRC is concerned with research about the nature of crimes including child abduction, homicide, rape, assault, and physical and sexual abuse as well as their impact.

  • CyberSmart

    CyberSmart! fosters 21st century skills to increase student engagement and prepare students to achieve in today's digital society.

  • DMOZ Open Director Project

    This link offers several additional sites for internet safety directed specifically at kids and teens

  • Internet Keep Safe Coalition

    The Internet Keep Safe Coalition (iKeepSafe), established in 2005, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit international alliance of more than 100 policy leaders, educators, law enforcement members, technology experts, public health experts and advocates. Through this network of support, iKeepSafe tracks global trends and issues surrounding digitally connected products and their affect on children. This research drives the continuous creation of positive resources for parents, educators and policymakers who teach youths how to use new media devices and platforms in safe and healthy ways.

  • iSAFE America

    i-SAFE Inc. is a leading publisher of media literacy and digital citizenship education materials and programming with worldwide distribution channels. Founded in 1998 and supported by the U.S. Congress and various executive agencies of the U.S. government, i-SAFE is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and empowering youth (and others) to safely, responsibly and productively use Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).

  • Megan’s Law

    As a result of a new law, this site will provide you with access to information on more than 63,000 persons required to register in California as sex offenders. Specific home addresses are displayed on more than 33,500 offenders in the California communities; as to these persons, the site displays the last registered address reported by the offender. An additional 30,500 offenders are included on the site with listing by ZIP Code, city, and county. Information on approximately 22,000 other offenders is not included on this site, but is known to law enforcement personnel.

  • is one of the oldest and most enduring sites for Internet safety. It’s creator, Larry Magid, is the author of the original 1994 brochure, “Child Safety on the Information Highway” and is also co-director of and a technology journalist.

  • is a place for teens and their parents to learn safe, civil and responsible use of the Internet. It’s operated by technology journalist Larry Magid who also operates and is co-director of

  • WebWise Kid

    For more than ten years, we have been providing unique and effective resources to equip young people to safely use and enjoy the latest technologies. Our programs prepare kids to be their own first lines of defense so they can confidently explore the best that the Internet has to offer. To date, more than 10 million middle school and high school students from all 50 states have participated in our programs.

Primary Resources


    NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement. With resources such as videos, games, activity cards, and presentations, NetSmartz entertains while it educates.


    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, (NCMEC), is a private, (501)(c)(3) nonprofit organization which was created in 1984. The mission of the organization is to serve as the nation’s resource on the issues of missing and sexually exploited children. The organization provides information and resources to law enforcement, parents, children including child victims as well as other professionals.


    View the Polly Klaas® nation wide teen Internet poll results

  • Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website

    The Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW), coordinated by the U.S. Department of Justice, is a cooperative effort between jurisdictions hosting public sex offender registries (“Jurisdictions”) and the federal government and is offered free of charge to the public. These Jurisdictions include the 50 states, U.S. Territories, the District of Columbia, and participating tribes. The Website provides an advanced search tool that allows a user to submit a single national query to obtain information about sex offenders; a listing of public registry Web sites by state, territory, and tribe; and information on sexual abuse education and prevention.


    K9 Web Protection is a free Internet filter and parental control software for your home Windows or Mac computer. K9 puts YOU in control of the Internet so you can protect your kids.

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