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  • Do you have a NEW student who will be attending Wasatch County School District? If so, please follow these instructions to register for the 2017-18 school year. If you are a returning student, the re-registration portal will open on August 1, 2017. 

     

    2017-2018 NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION 
    Please read through the entire 2-step process before clicking on the new student registration link located at the end of the instructions. 

     

    Step 1 - Registration Portal 

    Account Set-Up:
    The registration process begins by using the district’s secure online registration system. Parents of new students will need to establish a new account in the Registration Portal. The same account can be used to register multiple students. This account will also be used to re-enroll your student in subsequent school years. 

     

    • Select the "Create User" link on the registration page and enter the information requested.
    • Check your email for the link to activate the new account.  
    • Click on the link to be directed back to the Registration page to sign in with the created Username and Password.
    • Complete and submit all information and forms

     

    If you do not receive an email from reg@wasatch.edu check your junk mail, if you still can not find the sent email call the Wasatch County School District Office at 435-654-0280.

     

    Step 2-Turn in Required Documentation to School

     

    After registering online (step 1)  parent/guardian should bring required documentation (noted below) to their school beginning Aug. 1.

     

    Required documentation:

    • Child's Legal Birth Certificate 
    • Certificate of Immunization
    • Proof of Residency

    School Fees will also be collected at the time of in-person registration. 

     

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  • Thanks for another Fantastic Pathfinder Year!

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  • WATCH: Message to Teachers from Superintendent Sweat

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     What's Happening

    1. Library: Tuesday mornings from 10:00 to 12:00 (excluding the 4th and 25th of July)

    2. Summer Reading: Tuesdays at scheduled times

    3. Office: Closed until August 8th

    4. Kindergarten testing: August 21, 22, 23, 24 (please call on August 8th for an appointment) 

    5. New student registration: On-line July 1st; August 10-21 (Birth certificate, immunization records, and vision screening documents required brought to the office)

    6. Back to School Night: August 21nd at 5:00 PM (Grades 1-5), August 30 at 4:30 (Pre-k and Kindergarten)

    7. First Day of School: August 22nd

    8. Kindergarten First Day of School: August 31st

    If you require additional assistance, please email the principal, Mr. Ryan Brown at ryan.brown@wasatch.edu to schedule an appointment.

    Pinky

    Heber City Police Department, Wasatch County Sheriff’s Office and Wasatch County School District are jointly issuing a community-wide alert about the synthetic drug known as “pink” or “pinky”.  Officially, the research drug is known as U-47700 and has reportedly been responsible for several deaths in Utah. Click here for the statement.

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     J.R. Smith Elementary complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and all regulations adopted pursuant to such section, to that end, no person in the United States shall, on the ground of handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity of J.R. Smith Elementary. Contact Principal Ryan Brown at ryan.brown@wasatch.edu with any questions or concerns.

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    School Choice Form

    Pick-up and Drop-off Safety

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    Safety is a priority at J.R. Smith Elementary. An important part of maintaining a safe and orderly environment for our students is the Pick-up and Drop-off procedure.  The faculty and staff are grateful to everyone who adheres to the plan.  We are especially grateful to those who use the cross walks provided by Heber City and only park in designated areas.  Please take a few minutes to review the supporting documents for a refresher on how the system works.  This plan was created in cooperation with Heber City Police, Heber City, UDOT and parent groups.  When followed, this plan provides for the safety of everyone’s child.

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    ONLINE Student Re-Enrollment

    ONLINE NEW student enrollment

    Preschool Registration

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