On November 20th, cadets from Wasatch High School Air Force Junior ROTC put their minds to the test in the Level 1 Academic Bowl competition. The JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl (JLAB) is a nationally recognized academic competition created exclusively for JROTC students. By participating, cadets learn the values of citizenship, academic competition, and college opportunity.
Marching Band has had quite a season. Over the last few years, our program has grown from 23 students to 59 this year involved in the marching band. We have been competing in the 1A and 2A divisions and have been doing better every year. As of this year though, the classifications for the groups have changed. Previous years were based on band size. Now it is based on school size. This is our first year to compete in the 5A division. In that category, we were listed as a scholastics group (meaning smaller 5A) and over the regular season competed with 11 bands. During the regular season, we managed to win two first place percussion caption awards and two third and one-second place trophy for overall competition placement. At state, we had to go up against 18 total 5A bands. Even at state competition, our band managed to be 8th place. Our percussion took 2nd place just two-tenths of a point behind Farmington High School.
On November 16th, 25 cadets from the Wasatch High School Air Force Junior ROTC Raider Team traveled to St George and competed in the Dixie Air Force Obstacle Course Challenge. The Raider Team is a physical fitness club that focuses on building mental and physical strength. It promotes teamwork, self-discipline, and helps develop leadership and followership skills. The team works out 2-3 days a week doing things like running, tire flipping, push-ups/sit-ups, and weights.
The Wasatch High School Alumni Association is pleased to announce that John Moss was the second inductee into the Wasatch High School Hall of Fame for 2019. Alumni, friends of Wasatch High School, and the entire community celebrated his induction ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 26 in the Commons Area of Wasatch High School. John also rode in the homecoming parade on Friday, Sept. 27, and was recognized prior to the homecoming football game that same evening.
The American Geographical Society (AGS) announced Wasatch High School's own Mr. Craig Jeppson has been selected as a 2019 AGS Geography Teacher Fellow. As part of the recognition, Mr. Jeppson will attend and participate in the AGS Fall 2019 Symposium “Geography 2050: Borders and a Borderless World” in New York City on November 21 and 22.
The Wasatch High School Alumni Association is excited to announce that Gary Turner has been inducted to the Wasatch High School Hall of Fame. Gary was honored at the Wasatch High School Football game on Friday, August 30.
On April 18, 45 Wasatch High School "Spanish for Spanish Speakers," Dual Immersion students and students in World Language levels 3 & 4 earned FIRST PLACE at the BYU Spanish Language Fair in the advanced category, besting 16 other high schools from across the state.
Wasatch High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) took first in the state for the 10th consecutive year. The Utah FBLA State Leadership Conference was held at the Davis Conference Center March 11th-13th, 2019. Wasatch competed against more than 100 high schools at the three-day competition, and came out on top. (Please click on headline above to continue reading)
This past weekend, the Wasatch High School Academic Decathlon team competed and took second in state. The accomplishment came with a strong team effort. All team members won medals for their individual performances, as well as contributing to the total team score. Every individual competed in ten areas that they have all been preparing for both individually and in team meetings during the current school year. (To read more, please click on the link above.)
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Wasatch County School District Mathematics Curriculum
Wasatch County School District, 101 East 200 North, Heber City, Utah 84032, (435)654-0280 fax (435) 654-4714, is accepting proposals for Middle School (Grades 6-8) Mathematics Curriculum.
WASATCH SCHOOL DISTRICT MIDDLE SCHOOL (GRADES 6-8) MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM
Proposals are due at the office of Wasatch County School District no later than January 22, 2020, at 10 a.m. MST. Questions and requests for the documents regarding this procurement must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wasatch School District Board of Education reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids or any informality contained in a bid.
Notice Date & Time: 12/10/19 5:00 PM
Notice is hereby given that a School Board of Education Meeting will be held on
Tuesday, December 10, 2019. A Study Session will begin at 5:00 p.m. to tour the
Rocky Mountain Middle School Gym addition, 800 W School House Way, Heber, UT.
The Board Meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Wasatch Education Center,
101 E 200 N, Heber, UT. An executive session will follow the board meeting to discuss the character,
professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual; and the
purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, collective bargaining and or matters
of litigation. Section 52-4-5 of the Open Meetings Act identifies the topics that
may be discussed in a closed meeting. The December 19th, 2019 board meeting has been canceled. All members of the public are invited to attend. KEITH JOHANSEN Business Administrator Wasatch County School District Posted: Wasatch Education Center 12/9/19 www.wasatch.edu Utah State Archives 12/9/19 http://www.utah.gov/pmn/index/html Heber City Municipal Office 12/9/19
Notice of Special Accommodations:
In compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations during this meeting should notify the Superintendents office at 435-654-0280 at least one day prior to the meeting.
Notice of Electronic or telephone participation:
101 E 200 N, Heber, 84032
Stacey Moore, email@example.com, (435)654-0280
At Wasatch County School District, we believe that student learning relates directly to the environment in which a student receives instruction.
As Wasatch County continues to grow exponentially, it has become necessary for the District to examine School Choice procedures to ensure that we have room at each school to accommodate the students within that school’s boundaries. To that end, we are introducing a new School Choice policy, the result of which is to close open enrollment at Midway Elementary School, Old Mill Elementary School and Wasatch High School to students who live outside the boundaries. It is important to note, however, that students who currently attend, but live outside the boundaries of, a closed school will be able to continue attending that school.
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