• Traffic Study

    Traffic Study

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  • Information Regarding the Land for the Proposed High School from Berg Engineering

    Information Regarding the Land for the Proposed High School from Berg Engineering

    Click here for more information on engineering studies regarding the property.

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  • 2019 Bond Viability Research Likely Voter Survey Results

    2019 Bond Viability Research Likely Voter Survey Results

    This survey was administered to take the temperature of likely voters about a potential WCSD bond on the ballot this November, to understand perceptions of WCSD challenges and needs, and to understand which elements of the bond are supported by voters.

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  • Wasatch School District Responds to Concerned Citizens

    Wasatch School District Responds to Concerned Citizens

    In the past two weeks, The Wasatch Wave has published letters from citizens concerned about the upcoming bond election. The Wasatch County School Board appreciates and seeks citizen input regarding the upcoming bond. However, in both of these letters, the authors base their positions on misinformation and the board feels a responsibility to provide factual information. (click on the headline above to continue reading)

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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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