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801.452.4340  |  4046 SOUTH 2175 WEST ROY, UT 84067

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Look at the fun our school had with Unity Day. 

We are North Park Tigers, We are.... Students wrote I am statements on little cards.Unity Chain held by students in our school.

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Unity Day is an annual event occurring during National Bullying Prevention Month in October that promotes joining together to create healthier communities through kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. It was started by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center in 2011 and is now celebrated around the world.  We encourage families to take the time this week to discuss what they have been learning at school, how they are treating their friends, how they are using positive self-talk, and ways they can continue to learn about bullying prevention and al the positive things we can do to make healthier communities. For more information on the history of Unity Day and its impact please go to https://www.PACER.org/bullying/about/history.asp. 

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Join us for a Night in the SafaREAD!
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Join us for a fun family night with literacy activities for the whole family! 

 

Date: October 28th

When: 5:00 - 7:00 PM

Where: North Park Elementary

What to Wear: Halloween Costumes (optional)

Free Food...........Free Books............Free Family Fun

Celebrating the winners of the Golden Tray Award this month were the kindergarten students.  The students were able to eat lunch with several officers from the Roy City Police Department as a reward for earning the most  points for being respectful, responsible, safe and kind in the lunchroom over the  past several weeks.  As a bonus, the officers brought every student a badge (sticker).  Way to go Kindergarten students!  We love our community and the way they support our school!

Kindergarteners with Roy City Police Department Eating Lunch

We are lucky to have a superintendent that encourages students to continue to learn over the summer.  Be sure to complete your Superintendent Summer Programs to qualify to receive an award this fall.  Return your completed form to your teacher when school starts in August.

 

Superintendent's Summer Reading (click for details and form)

 

Superintendent's Math

 

Superintendent Reading to 4th Grade

Superintendent Students

2019-2020 PTA Reflection Contest 
Theme: Look Within
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Think about the theme, decide how you want to explore the theme, and then start creating! There are lots of options for you!

Dance, Film, Literature, Music, Photography, Visual Arts

You can create one entry for as many categories as you'd like!

Due Date: October 11, 2019

Rules and Entry forms are in the office or can be printed online from www.utahpta.org/general-arts-category-rules-pages-forms

Questions: Linnell Fowers 801-644-2848

Parent-Teacher Conferences

October 14th-16th
School Dismissed at 1:15

This year the district is having parents sign up for Parent-Teacher Conferences! This is of great benefit to you so that you can choose a time that works best for your family. Here are the steps on how to sign up for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

Steps:

1. Go to www.wsd.net 
2. Click on "MyWeber" (top of the page)
3. Log into your account
4. Click the "Parent Teacher Conference" link on the right-side of page
5. Select "Fall Parent Teacher Conference"
6. Select student you want to schedule
7. Select desired conference date
8. Click the desired conference time
9. Click "Schedule Appointment" button at bottom of page
10. Repeat for each child until all conferences are scheduled

 

Our 6th Graders won our 1st Golden Tray Award of the year for great behavior and manners in the lunchroom. They got the privledge to eat lunch with our Roy City Firefighters and honor the firefighters for all they do! (Click on the images to see the image larger)

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Project ROAR

A new support center for families in the Roy Cone area has been setup at Roy High School.  The ROAR Resource Center has food and some clothing available.  It is located in the back of the Counseling Center at Roy High.  The center also has a need for shelving, clothing racks, bins, washer/dryer, and additional clothing donations.  If you need more information, please contact our school or the Family and Youth Advocate Specialist, Camie Walworth (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (801)-726-9961). 

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We are happy to announce that North Park Elementary is participating in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program.

Your children will get to try some exciting but different fruits and vegetables!

This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.

 

For the daily lunch menu, visit the district website at: http://wsd.net/departments/support/child-nutrition/lunch-menus

New Student Registration -- August 6, 10:00-6:00

The office will be open during these hours for any new registration needs.  We recommend appropriate distancing and face coverings.  

Online registration is also available through https://wsd.net/parents-students/registration/school-registration.  School officials will request additional documentation to be provided in person (driver's license, proof of residency (2 forms), verification of student's age, and current immunization records.  These may be brough to the school on August 6 or by appointment.

Required for registration as new student:

  • Driver’s license
  • Proof of residency (2 forms) driver’s license, utility bill, lese/rent agreement, closing documents on new mortgage, residence disclosure form
  • Certified copy of birth certificate
  • Current immunization records

 

Returning Student Registration

All registration information for elementary students will be available online through the MyWeber website at http://myweber.wsd.net beginning July 6, 2020.  

Student Registration is intended for students who have previously attended a Weber School District school. You will need to login to the portal (myWeber) as a parent, not as a student. If you are unable to login to or create a portal account, you will need to contact your student's school for assistance. 

Once logged in, follow the promptings and instructions.  Please take this opportunity to update your email, phone number and emergency contacts for your student.

Both Guardian and Student must digitally sign documents to continue to process to connect you with North Park’s enrollment information and forms.  Please return rquired printed documents at Back-to-School Event. 

If you need assistance accessing and printing enrollment documents, help will be available in the office.

Required for Registration:

  • Digital Signatures of Guardian and Student for District Attendance and Truancy Policy, District Student Discipline Policy, District Appropriate Use Policy, WSD Busing Information, District Unpaid Meal Charges Procedures and School Policies and Procedures
  • School lunch may be paid online after digital signatures are complete at http://myweber.wsd.net
  • Weber School District Demographics/Emergency Form (Only if there are changes that cannot be made through MyWeber- Portal).
  • Printed Optional Forms if applicable to your student.

For help logging in, or creating a myWeber account see our Frequently Asked Questions.

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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.

Email Principal for Link: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  

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