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  • Experimentó una pérdida de ingresos debido a COVID-19.
  • Participa en un programa existente de Internet para personas de bajos ingresos 


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Thursday, 13 May 2021 12:32

Graduation Information 2021

Students standing to move tassel at graduation

Each graduate will get 5 tickets (no more) for graduation

Weber High School

Monday May 24th, 10:30 am,
At Weber High Football Stadium

Roy High School

Monday May 24th, 5 pm
At Roy High Football Stadium

Bonneville High School

Tuesday May 25th, 6:30 pm
At Bonneville High's Football Stadium

Fremont High School

Wednesday May 26th, 10 am
At Fremont's Football Stadium

Adult Ed Graduation

May 26th, 6 pm
At Two Rivers High school's back parking lot

Two Rivers High School Graduation

May 27th, 10 am
In the rear parking lot of Two Rivers

Weber Innovations High School Graduation

May 27th, 4pm
At Weber high School in the Auditorium

Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) and UT FERPA Policy

Policy Statement

Weber School District shall ensure that parental involvement occurs in cases where information collected from a student would generally raise privacy concerns in accordance with 20 USC 1232h and UCA 53E-9-203.


  1. Third party surveys. 
    1. Before the administration or distribution of any survey created by a third party, Weber School District shall provide notice to parents and the opportunity to inspect the survey within a reasonable time of receiving the request. 
  2. Collection of sensitive information. 
    1. Restrictions on collecting sensitive information. Written parental consent shall be required before students are administered a psychological or psychiatric examination, test, or treatment, or any survey, analysis, or evaluation in which the evident intended effect is to cause the student to reveal information concerning one or more of the following sensitive areas about the student or any family member: 
  • Political affiliations or beliefs or, except as provided under UCA 53G-10-202 or rules of the state board, political philosophies; 
  • Mental or psychological problems; 
  • Sex behavior, orientation, or attitudes; 
  • Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating, or demeaning behavior; 
  • Critical appraisals of others with whom the student or family member has close family relationships;
  • Legally recognized privileged relationships, such as with lawyers, medical personnel, or ministers; 
  • Religious practices, affiliations, or beliefs of the student or student’s parent; or 
  • Income, other than as required by law to determine program eligibility.
  1. Scope of written consent requirement. Prior written consent shall be required:
  • in all grades, kindergarten through grade 12;
  • within the curriculum and other school activities; and
  • whether the information collected is personally identifiable or not.
  1. Validity of written consent. The following procedures dictate the validity of written consent:
  • Written consent shall be considered valid only if notice was given in accordance with the notification requirements of this policy; 
  • The authorization shall only be valid for the activity for which it was granted;
  • A written withdrawal of authorization submitted to the school principal by the authorizing parent terminates the authorization;
  • A general consent used to approve admission to school or involvement in special education, remedial education, or a school activity does not constitute written consent under this section.
  1. Exceptions. Prior written consent shall not be required:
  • as part of a suicide prevention program as described in UCA 53G-9-702 where the parent has received notification and the ability to opt out of the process in accordance with the notification section of this policy; or 
  • if there is a reasonable belief that there is an emergency, child abuse, neglect, or a serious threat to the wellbeing of the student in accordance with the Emergency Situations section of this policy.
  1. Data disclosure Sensitive information collected under this policy may be shared in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), 20 USC 1232g, and UCA 53E-9-308.
  2. Data storage restriction. Sensitive information collected from a survey may not be stored in a student’s Student Achievement Backpack as defined in UCA 53E-3-511.
  3. Expressions of belief. This policy does not limit the ability of a student to, under UCA 53G-10-203, spontaneously express sentiments or opinions otherwise protected against disclosure under this policy.
  4. Inspection of instructional materials. 

Weber School District shall provide notice and an opportunity to a parent to inspect any instructional content that is provided to a student, regardless of its format, including printed or representational materials, audio-visual materials, and materials in electronic or digital formats (such as materials accessible through the Internet) used as part of the educational curriculum for the student. 

  1. Exclusion for academic tests or academic assessments. The opportunity to inspect instructional materials shall not extend to academic tests or academic assessments.
  1. Nonemergency, invasive physical examinations. 

Weber School District shall provide notification to parents and the opportunity to opt out of nonemergency, invasive physical examination that is:

  • Required as a condition of attendance;
  • Administered by the school and scheduled in advance; and
  • Not necessary to protect the immediate health and safety of the student, or of other students. 
  1. Definition. The term “invasive physical examination” means any medical examination that involves the exposure of private body parts, or any act during such examination that includes incision, insertion, or injection into the body, but does not include a hearing, vision, or scoliosis screening.
  2. Exception. This policy does not apply to any physical examination or screening that is permitted or required by an applicable Utah law, including physical examinations or screenings that are permitted without parental notification.
  1. Marketing surveys. 

Weber School District shall provide notice of and an opportunity to opt out of activities involving collection, disclosure, or use of personal information collected from students for marketing or to sell or otherwise distribute the information to others. 

  1. Exceptions. The requirement to provide notice and the opportunity to opt out does not apply to the collection, disclosure, or use of personal information collected from students for the exclusive purpose of developing, evaluating, or providing educational products or services for, or to, students or educational institutions, such as the following:
  • College or other postsecondary education recruitment, or military recruitment.
  • Book clubs, magazines, and programs providing access to low-cost literary products.
  • Curriculum and instructional materials used by elementary schools and secondary schools.
  • Tests and assessments used by elementary schools and secondary schools to provide cognitive, evaluative, diagnostic, clinical, aptitude, or achievement information about students (or to generate other statistically useful data for the purpose of securing such tests and assessments) and the subsequent analysis and public release of the aggregate data from such tests and assessments.
  • The sale by students of products or services to raise funds for school-related or education-related activities.
  • Student recognition programs.

Weber School District shall provide notification to parents of this policy as follows:

  1. Required notifications. Weber School District shall provide the following notifications:
  1. notification at the beginning of each school year regarding this policy and within a reasonable period of time after any substantive changes to this policy;
  2. notification at the beginning of each school year of any planned third-party surveys;
  3. direct notification annually at the beginning of the school year by postal mail, hand, or email, including the specific or approximate dates, of any 
  • marketing survey; or 
  • nonemergency, invasive physical examination;
  1. direct notification by postal mail, hand, or email, including the specific or approximate dates, annually at the beginning of the school year and at least two weeks prior to the administration of any collection of sensitive information. This notice shall also include:
  • an internet address where the parent can view the exact survey to be administered to the parent’s student, and a notice that a copy of the survey questions will also be made available at the school. 
  • notice that a parent has a reasonable opportunity to obtain in writing the following information concerning the survey:
  • records or information, including information about relationships, that may be examined or requested;
  • the means by which the records or information shall be examined or reviewed;
  • the means by which the information is to be obtained;
  • the purposes for which the records or information are needed;
  • the entities or persons, regardless of affiliation, who will have access to the personally identifiable information; and
  • a method by which a parent of a student can grant permission to access or examine the personally identifiable information
  1. Waiver of two-week’s notice requirement. The two-week’s notice requirement for a collection of sensitive information may be waived in the following circumstances:
  • In response to a situation which a school employee reasonably believes to be an emergency, or as authorized under UCA 62A-4a-4, Child Abuse or Neglect Reporting Requirements;
  • By order of a court; or
  • After receiving notice of a collection of sensitive information protected by this policy, a parent may waive the two-week’s notice requirement.  

Weber School District shall provide training for teachers and administrators on the implementation of this policy.

  1. Emergency situations. 

If a school employee, agent, or school resource officer believes a student is at-risk of attempting suicide, physical self-harm, or harming others, the school employee, agent, or school resource officer may intervene and ask a student questions regarding the student's suicidal thoughts, physically self-harming behavior, or thoughts of harming others for the purposes of:

  • Referring the student to the appropriate prevention services; and
  • Informing the student’s parent without delay.
  1. Exception to notifying parents of an emergency situation. If the matter has been reported to the Division of Child and Family Services within the Department of Human Services, it is the responsibility of the division to notify the student's parent of any possible investigation, prior to the student's return home from school.
  2. Minimum degree of intervention. School employees, agents, or school resource officers shall use the minimum degree of intervention to accomplish the goals of this policy.
  1. Students who have turned 18 and emancipated minors. 

The rights to notification and opt out shall transfer to the student when the student turns 18 years old or is an emancipated minor. 

  1. Exception. The notification shall be given to and written consent required from the parent in all grades, kindergarten through 12, regardless of the student’s age, before a collection of sensitive information shall be administered.



update 9/13/2021

Tuesday, 30 March 2021 05:11

Bond Survey

The Weber School District Board of Education is considering going out for bond in the November election. Bonds, which must be approved by voters, are the way the district funds the construction of new schools as well as the replacement of aging facilities. Your feedback is very important to us as the board considers potential projects and costs. Please take a few minutes to give us your input by completing this short survey.

Start the survey 

Tuesday, 12 January 2021 14:44

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Friday, 18 December 2020 14:51

FTE and Qualifications

Utah State Board of Education - Educator Licensing As of 11/16/2020

Educator Lookup Tool

LEA License 2021 List of Names, Grades and Subjects

License Distinctions

LEA: Has a USBE cleared background check and ethics review. Have been Board Approved. LEA supports new teacher through induction and mentoring. Educator has an ongoing professional learning plan.

Associate: Has a USBE cleared background check and ethics review. Has a Bachelor's degree completed or enrolled. Has completed a content knowledge proficiency test or has a major or experience in the area of teaching. Enrolled in a University or a district APPEL program.

Professional: Has a USBE cleared background check and ethics review. Has completed university-based educator preparation program.

2020-2021 Percentages by FTE and Qualifications

School Name FTE (Full-time Equivalency) Percent Assignments qualified by Associate Licenses Percent Assignments qualified by LEA Specific Licenses Percent Assignments NOT Qualified Percent Assignments qualified by Professional Licenses School Employs Educators with LEA-Specific License
Weber District 56.714 0% 4% 14% 82% Yes
Bates School 37.313 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Burch Creek School 36.2 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Country View School 31.7645 0% 6% 0% 94% Yes
H Guy Child School 23.117 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Green Acres School 26.237 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Hooper School 31.6675 0% 3% 0% 97% Yes
Farr West School 34.01 0% 3% 0% 97% Yes
Kanesville School 39.283 0% 3% 5% 92% Yes
Freedom School 41.945 0% 7% 1% 92% Yes
Lakeview School 26.3 0% 11% 0% 89% Yes
Lomond View School 23.761 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Majestic School 37.186 3% 0% 0% 97% No
Midland School 30.314 0% 3% 0% 97% Yes
Municipal School 20.731 0% 7% 0% 93% Yes
North Ogden School 25.379 0% 1% 0% 99% Yes
North Park School 30.504 0% 0% 3% 97% No
Pioneer School 21.44 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Plain City School 33.5 0% 1% 1% 97% Yes
Silver Ridge Elementary 27 0% 0% 2% 98% No
Orchard Springs 22.6 0% 9% 0% 91% Yes
Riverdale School 21.908 0% 5% 3% 92% Yes
Roosevelt School 30 0% 7% 0% 93% Yes
Roy School 30.879 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Uintah School 36.269 0% 8% 0% 92% Yes
Valley School 28.1655 4% 0% 1% 95% No
Valley View School 22.6295 0% 4% 0% 95% Yes
Washington Terrace School 32.522 0% 0% 0% 100% No
West Haven School 32 0% 6% 0% 94% Yes
West Weber School 25.23 0% 0% 7% 93% No
Canyon View Preschool 38.155 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Weber HQ Preschool 0.75 0% 0% 0% 100% No
Weber Online K-6 0.337 0% 0% 0% 100% No
North Ogden Jr High 48.2072 2% 9% 4% 85% No
Rocky Mountain Jr High 55.6954 0% 6% 4% 90% No
Roy Jr High 50.3504 0% 9% 0% 91% Yes
Orion Jr High 56.1678 0% 2% 0% 98% Yes
Sand Ridge Jr High 47.7238 2% 18% 2% 78% Yes
South Ogden Jr High 48.5268 2% 13% 2% 83% Yes
T.H. Bell Jr High 36.8766 0% 16% 0% 84% Yes
Snowcrest Jr High 19.2828 6% 14% 0% 80% Yes
Wahlquist Jr High 60.9932 0% 7% 4% 89% Yes
Summit View 0.08 0% 0% 0% 100% Yes
Bonneville High 80.6637 2% 9% 2% 87% Yes
Weber High 109.1356 2% 6% 1% 91% Yes
Fremont High 101.7819 0% 9% 1% 90% Yes
Roy High 100.072 2% 15% 0% 82% Yes
Weber Innovation High School 18.9408 1% 14% 0% 85% Yes
Two Rivers High 27.114 0% 5% 0% 95% Yes
Horizon Academy 0.73 0% 14% 0% 86% Yes

LEA License 2021 List of Names, Grades and Subjects

Elementary Schools

School Employee Name Grade Subject
Burch Creek      
Canyon View Preschool      
Country View Rebecca Dalrymple 5  
Farr West      
Freedom Beatriz Avila-Contreras 5 Bilingial Spanish
  Kayla Harrison 6  
  Rocio Taylor 6 Bilingial Spanish
Green Acres      
H Guy Child      
Hooper Leah Gilmore 4  
Lakeview Nicholas Day 3  
  Melissa Emery 1  
  Christina Stafford 2  
Lomond View      
Majestic Geniel Anderson 4  
North Ogden Sarah Schenck   BTSALP Visual Art
Municipal Rebekah Jamison 2  
North Park Jamie Brooks 3  
Orchard Springs Christopher Erickson Grades 1-6 Essential Elements 
Pioneer School      
Plain City Kaylene Hathaway   Mild/Moderate Disabilities
Roosevelt Justyn Zook 3  
Silver Ridge Kaylene Hathaway   Mild/Moderate Disabilities
Uintah Olivia Arslanian 1  
  Stephanie Baham   Mild/Moderate Disabilities
  Ashli Hjorten 3  
Valley View Jill Arave Kindergarten  
Washington Terrace      
West Haven      
West Weber      

Junior High Schools

School Employee Name Grade Subject
North Ogden Kassidi Gonthier   English - Language Arts
Orion Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
Rocky Mountain Keaton Cox   Exploring Technology: Construction Manufacturing Transportation
  Michelle Dennis   SpEd Math
  Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
  Sara Robison   Art Foundations - 3D Design - Fine Crafts
Roy Jr. Natalie Gill   Child Development College and Career Awareness
  Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
  Devere Pollock   Math
Sand Ridge Justin Empey   Language Arts
  Clint Erickson   German
  Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
  Abigale Reader   Chorus II - Mixed
  Kevin Stevenson   Exploring Technology: Construction Manufacturing
  Jake Trujillo   Health Education: Team Sports Skills and Dance
Snowcrest Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
  Sarah Merrill   Math
South Ogden Jessica Glover   Language Arts Mathematics - Science Applied Skills
  Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
  Shannon Jones   Art Foundations - 3D Design
  Emily Swalberg   Child Development - Sewing - Foods/Nutrition
  Qing Zhang   Chinese
T.H. Bell Emily Burns   Language Arts - Applied Skills
  Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
Wahlquist Amanda Gainsforth   Life Skills
  Adam Hendrickson   Engineering Technology
  Bradley Hobbs   Language Arts
  Seth Jones   German

High Schools

School Employee Name Grade Subject
Two Rivers Tasmine Lopez   Business Office Specialist
Weber Innovation April Branson   World Geography - World History - Psychology
  Adam Hendrickson   Computer Programming - HTML5 Application Development - Engineering Technology
  Dax Mitchell   Physical Therapy Introduction
Bonneville Kyla Bivens   Biology - Environmental Science - Astronomy - Physics
  Adam Hendrickson   Computer Programming - HTML 5 Application Development
  Lindsey Judkins   Dance - Drill Team
  Andrea Land   Advanced Individual Life Activities
  Kenzie Long   Ceramics - Painting - Sculpture
  Cash Morgan   Machining - Welding
  Kaitlin Platt   Creative Writing - Language Arts
Fremont Adam Hendrickson   Computer Programming - HTML 5 Application Development
  Seth Jones   German
  Kayli Judy   Language Arts - Math - Biology - Applied Skills - Transition
  Molly Marchese   Supplemental Secondary Math - Applied Skills
  Misty Robbins   Drill Team
  Andrea Torres   Math
Roy Paul Christensen   Fire Science
  Clint Erickson   German
  Daniel Hammon   Law Enforcement
  Adam Hendrickson   Computer Programming - HTML 5 Application Development - Web Development
  Luke Hobbs   U.S. History - Pschology
  Victoria Lofthouse   Biology - Genetics
  Cash Morgan   Machining
  Christopher Solomona   Advanced Individual Life Activities - Participation Skills and Techiques
  Savanah Wilcoxson   English - Science - Applied Skills - Transition
Weber Samantha Green   Drill Team
  Adam Hendrickson   Computer Programming - HTML 5 Application Development
  Kaleigh Kelsey   Language Arts
  Benjamin Vanbeekum   Health Education
  Kamri West   Coaching Secondary
Friday, 18 December 2020 13:28

Covid News Update

Modifications to current health guidelines were announced this morning by the governor and the Utah Department of Health. These guidelines go into effect on January 4, 2021, when we return from winter break. In summary:

  • The current public health orders will be extended through January, 21, 2021. This includes the mask mandate.

  • In-school exposures. If an individual is exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the school environment, and both individuals are wearing masks during the period of exposure, the person exposed is no longer required to quarantine. Contract tracing will still be conducted. Parents will need to monitor their students for symptoms for the 14 days following an exposure, and keep them home if they are sick. If it can't be verified that both individuals were wearing masks, then the person exposed will need to follow current quarantine procedures.

  • Teachers are able to get tested on a weekly basis upon request, or they can elect to be tested as part of "Test to Play." 

  • The governor indicated that vaccinations for teachers should be available by mid-January. There is a tentative schedule on the state's website.

  • The case threshold for closing has been modified for schools with over 1500 students. The new threshold is now 1% of the student population, instead of 15 cases. For example, the threshold for Fremont will move to 20 cases, Roy 18 cases and Weber 20 cases. All other schools will remain at 15 cases.

  • The "rule of three" (Three individuals testing positive in the same classroom within a two-week period) will only apply to elementary schools. Classes in secondary will no longer be quarantined when there are three or more cases in one classroom.

  • "Test to Stay." When the case threshold is met, a school has the option of moving online for 10 days, or testing all of its students. Students who test negative will be allowed to continue with in-person instruction. Students who test positive or don't test, will move to virtual learning for 10 days. Positive cases identified in this testing will not count toward the threshold to close.

  • Targeted testing in certain communities will be available after the holidays.

  • "Test to Play" will remain in effect. About 12,000 tests have been administered throughout the state with a positivity rate of 1.6%

For more information, please visit:

Monday, 14 December 2020 15:38

Audit Committee

The District’s independent auditor uses the District’s audit committee to communicate certain matters to upper management and the Board. The audit committee includes three members of the Board, the District superintendent, and the business administrator. The three members of the Board report audit findings and other financial considerations to the Board. The Board is responsible for the oversight of the financial reporting process.

Audit Committee Members

Jon Ritchie - President, Weber Board of Education; Audit Committee Chair
Douglas Hurst - Member, Weber Board of Education; Audit Committee Member
Paul Widdison - Member, Weber Board of Education; Audit Committee Member

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