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801.452.4340  |  4046 SOUTH 2175 WEST ROY, UT 84067

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Weber State University & Weber School District Storytelling Festival

Click on the following video to learn more:


Here are the steps to get started:

Sign up on this form

Have your parent or guardian help you fill out the form.

Find a Story

Choose a folk tale, family tale, personal tale, a story from a book, or an original story. Stay away from telling a joke in story form or narrating a video game plot. The story should be appropriate for school.

Practice with Story Elements

  • Poise
  • Vocal clarity
  • Voice expression
  • Eye contact
  • Body language
  • Gestures
  • Familiarity with story
  • Satisfying ending
  • Uniqueness
  • Audience appeal


Tell your story to friends and family


We don’t memorize a story word for word; we tell a story. 


Stories should be between 3-5 minutes. 

Who can participate:

3rd through 6th graders


Important Dates:

Sign up by December 16th

-Click here to sign up


Introduction Meeting

-Monday, December 19th after school


Battle of the Storytellers at North Park Elementary

-Wednesday, January 11th at 1:45 PM

Only the top 3 students will advance, but all storyteller videos will be shared at the school. 


Weber State University Storytelling Festival 

February 27th through March 1st



The district is having a roll (bread) sale for the upcoming holidays. This is open to anybody in the community that is interested. Click on the image for a clearer picture.

Roll Sale 2022

Congratulations to our Free and Reduce Back to School Night winners! congrats

The winners are: 

Zenna Webb

Brittany Thedell

Anthony Padilla


Thank you to all those who participated!

Flu Shot will be offered at North Park Elementary, Monday, October 18th

Link for Calendar for District Dates of other flu shot clinics if this day doesn't work for you!

Click Here for consent forms in Spanish and English

Superintendent’s Summer Reading & Math Program



We recognize that family involvement in education is crucial for children to succeed in school and life. Please read with your children daily. Spend time discussing the stories, characters, places, events, and words. Encourage your children to read on their own. Share conversation over meals and other times the family is together. Children’s listening vocabulary enhances their reading vocabulary. Each student who has read at least 10 appropriate grade level books or 1,000 pages during the summer will be given a certificate of accomplishment when they return to school in the fall.

Summer Reading Tracking Sheet

Reading Resources 


Staying fluent in math, just like in reading, takes practice. To do this, make a goal to practice your math facts for at least 10 minutes a day, 4 days per week, for 10 weeks this summer.
40 days x 10 minutes of practice = almost 7 hours of math practice!
To track your practice, cross off one box every day you spend 10 minutes reviewing math facts. Return this paper to your teacher in August to receive a Superintendent’s Summer Math Award.

Summer Math Tracking Sheet

Fluency Practice Ideas

Thank you for all your participation in our Family Engagement Activity with the book, Ruby Finds a Worry! Thank you for sending in your pictures we loved seeing the activities you were doing as families. Each family who sent in a picture was put into a drawing. Congratulations to those families who won!

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Breakfast of Champions

The week of March 8th - March 12th, we celebrated National School Breakfast Week here at North Park. This celebration is put on by the School Nutrition Association and they put it on to "celebrate the importance of nutritious school breakfast in fueling students for success. This year’s theme, "Score Big with School Breakfast," reminds parents and stakeholders that a healthy school breakfast helps ensure students’ academic success in school so they can “score big” and reach their goals." For more information about the celebration click here!


Studies show that children who eat school breakfast are more likely to:

1. Reach higher levels of achievement in reading and math

2. Score higher on standardized tests

3. Have better concentration and memory

4. Be more alert and maintain a healthy weight


 Trophy  Frisbee Winner Shirt Winner 
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Roy City made a visit to North Park Elementary to donate 5 electrostatic the school.  The sprayers are used to help disinfect and sanitize surfaces throughout our school.  Roy City stated, " The City of Roy would like to express our appreciation for all of the work you are doing during these unprecedented times. In an effort to help you maintain a clean and safe environment for our children Roy City Council and staff would like to donate some of these professional cordless electrostatic sprayers."  The funding comes as a part of CARES money.  We appreciate the support of our city in helping us maintain a safe environment for our students and staff.  We are fortunate to live in a city that shows outstanding leadership and concern for its citizens.  Thank you Roy City!!


Roy City Cares Donation 2021 .25


Our Mission

The purpose of North Park Elementary is to guide ALL students in developing their own self-confidence through

high-levels of academic, social, and emotional learning in order to ensure whole community success.



Here are a few things that will help us to have a great year:

Utah State Law requires regular attendance. To ensure that concepts and skills are consistently learned, regular school attendance is a must. Also, punctuality is critical in order for children to feel a strong sense of belonging and to receive the directions and review that are given at the start of the day. We encourage you to not allow your child to stay home unless they are ill. Please notify the school in the morning if he/she will be absent. 801-452-4341.


A climate that fosters active participation in learning without disruptive influences is crucial to each child’s education. It is expected that every child will behave in a manner that allows all children the opportunity to learn to their maximum potential. This requires responsible behavior in class, on the playground, on busses, and walking to and from school. Please review Weber School District and the school’s Policies and Procedures with your child.


Safety is a top priority at North Park Elementary.  All parents or visitors much check in at the office before entering the building for any reason.  This includes morning drop-off and pick-up. The southside of the building is used for all drop-off and pick-up.The westside of the building is for bus access only. With approval, daycare vans may be provided access.Please review the Routing Plan for more details.


Students must remain on the school grounds during the school day. We have a “check in” and  “check out” policy in the office when students come late or need to leave during the school day.


North Park students take pride in their dress and grooming. Students are expected to maintain dress and appearance that is modest and not distracting to teachers or other students. Please review the North Park Dress Code with your child.


News from your school

Hello Everyone,

Recently an email notification was sent out from the district to all parents of students in our district regarding free meals for ALL enrolled students from September 1 through December 31, 2020.  I wanted to make sure that everyone had received this information.  This is provided through USDA funds and is a great benefit for all of our families.  You heard it right---Our school is serving free meals to all enrolled students for the months of September, October, November, and December while the funds are available.  This includes both breakfast and lunch.  There is an attachment with the information on the appropriation of funds from USDA.  

It will still be important for families that are eligible to complete the application form for free or reduced meals.  This application will ensure that qualifying students continue to have the benefit of free/reduced meals after December.  A little known fact is that these free and reduced lunch applications can also impact how much funding our school receives each year through Title I.  We encourage every eligible family to make application for this benefit.   Here is a link for more information on Free/Reduced Applications: undefined://">Free and Reduced Application

Rebecca Okey

Leader in Me Survey

Dear Parents and Guardians,
As many of you know, our school has started participating in the Leader in Me.  This is a great opportunity for our students, teachers, staff and parents to focus on becoming leaders by incorporating habits that will help them be ready to succed in the 21st century.  
In order to gather some feedback and data to support our journey, we would like to ask poarents to complete a survey for us.  This helps us understand how everyone feels about our school.  This information will be used to help guide our decisions and actions for helping our school become even better.  Thank you in advance for your participation.  The survey closes on October 2.

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