Introduction to Utah's Student Growth Percentiles
"The best explanation I have seen comes from a little 5 minute video the USOE has produced recently. I think the video will help answer many questions for you and help explain this process. I think the way it is done is a great way to calculate growth because of its fairness and true accuracy." Jason Young

NEW Drop-off and Pick-up Areas

9 months ago


With the addition of a new sidewalk and guidance barriers, we now have three pick-up and drop-off locations:  on the north side of the school along 200 South, on the east side of the school (by the Band and Orchestra door), and on the south side of the building at the Main Entry doors.  Please refer to the map.

Safety Note
Please be aware that when a student is checked out from school, the attendance secretary will send for the student (parents may not go and get the student). This process may take from five to ten minutes. Please plan accordingly.
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