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801.452.4340  |  4046 SOUTH 2175 WEST ROY, UT 84067

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North Park Readers Tiger Reading

We feel READING is such a powerful tool in your child’s life.  So inside the bag you will find a book for your family to enjoy together. Also included are some suggestions to help you guide your child through this book.  During these stressful times we wanted to give you an opportunity to just sit and enjoy each other and the wonderful places books take you.  Included also are some websites for fantastic literary fun including our very own Weber County Library. Enjoy!

Weber County Library-https://www.weberpl.lib.ut.us/ -- FREE access to books and ebooks

      - Go to link and click on Program Videos for wonderful read alouds, story time for littles, STEAM fun and craft ideas

      - Endless amounts of fun at the Weber County Library!!!

The Reading Tub- literary information for parents= https://thereadingtub.org/literacy/resources/literacy-links-for-parents/

Family Literacy=links for parents= http://literacy.kent.edu/familyliteracy/forparents/reading.html

Reading Rockets=family fun https://www.readingrockets.org/

We Are Teachers=links for fun activities https://www.weareteachers.com/best-reading-websites/

Reading Rainbow on youtube.com

Reads books aloud and takes field trips

Story Online=reads books = https://www.storylineonline.net/library/

 

Lastly, here is a PDF document of great ideas to help students with their comprehension and make reading fun!

Reading Comprehension Prompts Document

Welcome to our Virtual North Park Giving Tree!season of giving

In the past, we have held a food drive and have been able to distribute meals to several families.  With our current circumstances, we have not been able to hold this event.  We do, however, want to help the families of our students if possible.  We have also had people asking how they can help others this year. 

In order to address these two issues, Mrs. Doepking, our school counselor, has created a virtual North Park Giving Tree.  This form may be used by families to let us know of their needs or to make a donation to help others. 

We appreciate the support we always feel and receive from our families. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school.  

 

 North Park Giving Tree  Donations Only 

  Is your North Park family in need? 

Click on the following link and let us know how we might help.

Giving Tree Link 

If you are just interested in making a donation click here. 

Donation Link

Steps for Donating:

Select North Park as the School

Select School Donations as the Item

Type in the Memo: "Giving Tree" or "School Supplies" 

Type in the amount you would like to donate

Click Buy

Click Checkout

 

Welcome to our Virtual Parent Canvas Training!

We are excited to make you familiar with a Learning Management Program that the district is using. Your child will use this all the way through high school. Please join us VIRTUALLY at the given time of your students' grade and learn more about how each grade uses Canvas. Teachers will happy to answer any questions you may have. Each session will be recorded and you can come back to this page and watch if you missed the opportunity to be apart of it.

 Tuesday, December 1st

Grade Time Link Recording Link
2nd 3:00 PM meet.google.com/ygk-iayi-idz  2nd Grade Canvas Training

 

Wednesday, December 2nd

Grade  Time Link Recording Link
 4th 12:45 PM  https://meet.google.com/jfr-nsox-fgw 4th Grade Canvas Training
Kindergarten  1:00 PM  https://meet.google.com/soc-ixmj-mpa   Kindergarten Canvas Training
6th  1:30 PM meet.google.com/zye-hogj-rbd  6th Grade Canvas Training 
1st  2:00 PM meet.google.com/odr-qarx-cwk  1st Grade Canvas Training 
 5th 2:30 PM  meet.google.com/bmb-carj-vne  5th Grade Canvas Training 
 3rd 3:30 PM  https://meet.google.com/vvu-ziks-nwd  3rd Grade Canvas Training 



North Park wants to prevent bullying and is united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. 

Thanks to a donation of pumpkins from Humphrey's Farms , we were able to have pumpkins in every classroom.  Students were able to write messages of hope, inclusion, and kindness on many of the pumpkins.  The pumpkins will be used throughout the week. 

Pumpkins will be sent home with students for families to use and enjoy!  We will  also be sending home a booklet with math, reading, writing, science, and cooking ideas to do as a family!  Keep an eye open for the booklet provided as a Title I Family Engagement activity.  These booklets will be coming home the week of October 26-29!

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The district is having a pan sale and a bread roll sale for the upcoming holidays. Please see the attached documents on more information.

Pan Sale

Roll Sale

We are so grateful for Ken Garff and their donation of school supplies and for taking the time to paint our playground. 

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Estimados padres / tutores:

¡Hola familias de North Park! Esperamos que todos estén intentando disfrutar de sus últimas semanas de verano. ¡Estamos ansiosos por ver todas sus caras sonrientes cuando regresen a la escuela la próxima semana! Le enviamos esta carta para informarle que nuestras aplicaciones para almuerzos gratis y reducidos ya están disponibles. Puede comunicarse con sus escuelas si desea completar un formulario en papel o también puede ir a la oficina principal que se encuentra en 955 W 12th St., Ogden, UT 84404. También puede acceder a la solicitud en el Portal del  Distrito Escolar de Weber.  Así es cómo:

Vaya al sitio web del distrito escolar de Weber (MyWeber).

1.  Haga clic en MyWeber a la derecha e inicie sesión o regístrese si aún no lo ha hecho (Instrucciones para registrarse en un MyWeber Account)

2.  Una vez que haya iniciado sesión, haga clic en Tools.

3.  Luego haga clic en Solicitud de comidas (Meal Application) y comience su proceso.

Asegúrese de verificar nuevamente toda la información después de completarla para que todo esté correcto antes de enviarla. Una vez que la envíe, no podrá volver a entrar a corregirla. Este proceso es bastante rápido y el distrito debe enviarle un correo electrónico con su decisión en un plazo de 3 a 4 días.

Aplicar para  nuestros almuerzos gratuitos / reducidos en realidad ayuda a nuestras escuelas a obtener posibles fondos, que incluyen el FFVP (programas de frutas y verduras frescas) que brindan a nuestros estudiantes la oportunidad de probar varios tipos de frutas y verduras junto con otros programas. Animamos a todos a que apliquen  para nuestro programa de alimentos gratuitos o a precio reducido.

Además, si su estudiante participa en nuestras opciones flexibles de aprendizaje en línea a corto o largo plazo, ¡el distrito todavía está preparando almuerzos para usted! Así que no piense que si su hijo/estudiante está aprendiendo desde casa no recibirá comida. Los estudiantes en línea tienen acceso a almuerzos (es posible que algunos alimentos deben calentarse en casa). Estos almuerzos se harán en 4 escuelas, que incluyen:

Primaria Burch Creek 9:30 AM -10AM

Roy Jr High (llame para conocer los horarios)

Weber Innovation Center (llame para conocer los horarios)

Orchard Springs (llame para conocer los horarios)

Es posible que desee comunicarse con estas escuelas para averiguar sus horarios de servicio, ya que pueden ser diferentes de nuestra escuela. Todavía estamos obteniendo más información sobre estas ubicaciones de Hub y cómo va a funcionar el proceso. Haremos nuestro mejor esfuerzo y les haremos llegar la información a todos cuando llegue aquí en la escuela. Por lo tanto, tengan paciencia con nosotros ya que también estamos aprendiendo sobre esta situación del almuerzo.

También queremos informarle que si su hijo/estudiante ya estaba en el programa de almuerzo gratis/reducido, debe volver a aplicar cada nuevo año escolar. La fecha de entrega para el año escolar anterior es el 7 de octubre de 2020. Asegúrese de renovar sus solicitudes de antemano. Si tiene alguna pregunta, llámenos y lo ayudaremos a nuestro mejor saber y entender.

 ¡Haga clic aquí para leer en Español! 

Dear Parent/Guardians,

Hello North Park Families!! We hope you are all trying to enjoy your last few weeks of summer. We can’t wait to see all your smiling faces when you return to school next week! We are sending this letter out to you to inform you that our free and reduced lunch applications are now available. You may contact your schools if you would like to fill out a paper form or you may also go to the main office which is located at 955 W 12th St., Ogden, UT 84404. You can also access the application on the Weber School District Portal. Here is how:

Go to Weber School District Website (MyWeber).

  1. Click on the MyWeber tab up on the right and sign in or sign up if you haven’t, yet (Instructions to Register for MyWeber Account)
  2. Once signed in, you will Click on the Tools tab 
  3. Then Click on Meal Application and start your process.

Please make sure and double check all info after you have filled it out,  so everything is correct before submitting. Once you submit you cannot go back into to fix anything. This process is quite fast and the district should email you about their decision within 3-4 days.

Applying for our Free/Reduced lunches actually helps our schools out for possible funding, which includes the FFVP (fresh fruit and vegetable programs) that give our students the opportunity to try various types of Fruits and Veggies along with other programs. We encourage everyone to try and apply for our Free/Reduced Program.

Also, if your student is participating in our Flexible Short Term or Long Term online learning options, the district is still having lunches made for you! So don’t think that if your child/student is learning from home they won’t get a meal. Online students have access to Grab ‘N’ Go lunches  (some Grab ‘N’Goes may need to be warmed up at home). These lunches will be made at 4 Hub Schools, including:

Burch Creek Elementary 9:30AM -10AM

Roy Jr High (call for times)

Weber Innovation Center (call for times)

Orchard Springs (call for times)

You may want to contact these schools to find out their serving times, as they may be different from our school. We are still getting more Information about these Hub locations and how the process is going to work. We will try our best and get the information out to you all as it comes our way here at the school. So, please bear with us as we are also learning about this lunch situation. 

We also want to let you know, if your child/ student was already on the free/reduced lunch program you must reapply every new school year. The drop off date for the previous school year is October 7, 2020. Please make sure to renew their applications beforehand. If you have any questions, please do give us a call and we will help you to the best of our knowledge.

School Picture Day at North Park

Friday, September 11

 

Website: https://lifetouch.com/

School Name: North Park Elementary School


Picture Day Date: Friday, September 11


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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://northpark.wsd.net/index.php?option%3Dcom_acymailing%26ctrl%3Durl%26subid%3D23760%26urlid%3D166%26mailid%3D133&source=gmail&ust=1600558483876000&usg=AFQjCNG2K59Tqc84iTQKjZ4jInWn9_B2KA">Free and Reduced Application


Sincerely,
Rebecca Okey
Principal
 

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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