Young children, ages 3-5, with severe delays in language, motor, cognitive, or adaptive development can receive a free and appropriate education in our preschool program.
Services, which include assessment, instruction, and evaluation, are also provided for students who qualify under federal and state guidelines, ages five to twenty-two (and have not graduated from high school).
In order to receive special education services, a student's disability must interfere with their ability to benefit from education without specialized instruction.A student whose disability does not need specialized instruction to benefit from education but could appropriately utilize specific interventions could possibly qualify for accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504. These services are provided in all our district schools and are available for anyone who resides within our district boundaries.
If you know of anyone who might qualify and would be interested in taking advantage of these special services or if you have any questions about any of these programs, contact Ben Springer at Wasatch School District Offices, 654-0280.
Twenty of WHS's FBLA students went to Logan on Wednesday, November 20th, to compete in the Aggie Invitational. Over 25 schools were in attendance, with Wasatch students holding their own and doing quite well.
Students at Wasatch High School are now able to schedule appointments with counselors through the counseling department website.
Last week, the Wasatch FFA Chapter attended Snow College's Judging event. The team was very successful in the event with 51 students competing in 11 different competitions.
The Wasatch High School Alumni Association is pleased to announce that Larry B. Duke, DDS and Stephen D. Young will be the 2013 Wasatch High School Hall of Fame Inductees. Wasatch High School Alumni, friends, and the entire community are invited to attend. The induction ceremony will be held on Thursday, Sept. 26 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Commons Area of Wasatch High School. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony. Larry & Steve will also be riding in the homecoming parade on Friday, Sept. 27 at 1:00 p.m. and they will be recognized prior to the homecoming football game that same evening. Fans are encouraged to arrive by 6:30 for the game on Sept. 27.
In 2013, Wasatch High School Advanced Placement (AP) students tested better than the state and the nation in % of Total AP Students with Scores 3+. AP tests are graded on a scale of 1-5. Students with a score of 3 or better are considered by most colleges as proficient in the tested subject area and are often awarded advanced placement or credit for the course by their college.
Students (and visitors) at Wasatch High School will feel a difference in parking availability when school opens this fall. “We are excited about being part of this process,” said WHS Student Body President, Jeff Murdock. He, along with faculty members, parents, and law enforcement, were part of a committee that spent several months studying the challenges with parking at Wasatch High. The result was a new parking policy, approved by the school board, that will take effect at the start of school in August.