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  • Argument for $150,000,000 Bonds of Wasatch County School District

    Argument for $150,000,000 Bonds of Wasatch County School District

    Wasatch County is the third fastest growing county in the U.S. Student population continues to increase at an alarming rate. Wasatch High School had 1,300 students upon opening in 2009. That building was designed for 1,500 to 1,800 students. In 2019, school began with almost 2,400 students. Hundreds of students are overflowing each period into the Wasatch West Campus, formerly Timpanogos Intermediate School. While this provides classroom space, the infrastructure of the school, the hallways, the commons area, the auditorium, and parking lots were not designed for such a large population. The district’s goal of maintaining student centered activities and education becomes more difficult when students get lost in the crowd. This growth will continue, as demographers forecast 10,000 new homes being built in the next decade. (Click on headline to continue reading)

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  • Argumento en favor de Bonos por $150.000.000 para el Distrito Escolar del Condado de Wasatch

    Argumento en favor de Bonos por $150.000.000 para el Distrito Escolar del Condado de Wasatch

    El Condado de Wasatch es el tercer condado de más rápido crecimiento en los EE. UU. La población estudiantil continúa aumentando a un ritmo acelerado. Al abrir en 2009, la Escuela Secundaria Wasatch tenía 1.300 estudiantes. Originalmente, este edificio fue diseñado para contener entre 1.500 y 1.800 estudiantes. Pero, en 2019, al comenzar el periodo lectivo, la escuela ya tenía casi 2.400 estudiantes. Cada período, cientos de estudiantes deben ser redistribuidos al campus de Wasatch West (conocido anteriormente como Escuela Intermedia Timpanogos). Si bien esta redistribución añade espacio para aulas, la infraestructura de los espacios comunes, tales como el auditorio y los estacionamientos, no fue diseñada para una población estudiantil tan grande. La meta del distrito, de mantener actividades centradas en el estudiante y en la educación, se vuelve más difícil cuando los estudiantes tienen sus posibilidades de educación personalizada acotada al hallarse entre una multitud. Este crecimiento continuará, ya que los demógrafos pronostican que, en la próxima década, se construirán 10.000 nuevas viviendas.
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WCSD Headlines

  • Mr. Craig Jeppson Selected as an AGS Geography Teacher Fellow

    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.

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  • Gary Turner Inducted to the Wasatch High School Hall of Fame

    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.

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  • Midway Elementary DLI Teacher Wins Cool Teachers Care Car!

    Our original Cool Teachers Care winner of the year lease from Labrum Chevrolet decided to let another educator have the opportunity to drive away with a new car, so the Labrums selected two of the original contestants to try their luck!

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  • WHS Dual Immersion Students Take 1st at BYU Spanish Language Fair

    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.

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  • Wasatch High School FBLA Earns 10th Straight State Title

    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)

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  • WHS Academic Decathlon Takes Second in State

    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.)

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  • High school wrestling: Wasatch dominates 5A meet, claims 22nd title in school history

    Following a runner-up finish at last year’s 5A state tournament, Wasatch showed depth and dominance at this week’s state meet at Utah Valley University, easily outdistancing itself from the 5A field to claim the state title.

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  • Kati Fischer Teacher of the Year Awarded at Each District School

    Wrapping up 2018 in celebratory style, Wasatch Education Foundation, in conjunction with Wasatch County School District, awarded eight Kati Fischer Teacher of the Year Awards, one at each school in the District. (To continue reading, please click on the headline)

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