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801.452.4340  |  4046 SOUTH 2175 WEST ROY, UT 84067

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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.

Link sent through email.  If you have not received the link, please contact Principal Okey 

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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

News from your school


We would like to encourage everyone to participate in this year's PTA Reflections Event.  This is a time for your child to explore their creativity and develop new talents. 
The theme this year is "I Matter Because..." 
The deadline for submission is October 5th.  Everything will be submitted digitally this year at this link. .  If you need any assistance, please contact the school or a member of the PTA Board.  Thank you to Margaret Airhart, Reflections Coordinator for North Park. 

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September 4, 2020

Dear Parents,

First of all, I wanted to thank you for being careful and vigilant in making sure your child is healthy and well when you send them to school.  It has been a delightful and healing opportunity to see the students back in school!  With so many changes, it has been a challenge but the result of being able to be together at school has certainly been worth ithe effort.  We ask for your continued support in following our safety guidelines to help  mitigate the spread of the virus. 

As we are all aware, cases of COVID-19 continue to affect our community.  Although the number of cases has stabilized in recent weeks, we must continue to be vigilant in protecting ourselves from the virus.  We know over the coming months, there is a possibility that students or employees may test positive or be exposed to the virus.  If this occurs, we will coordinate with the Weber Morgan Health Department in following strict guidelines related to isolation and quarantine procedures.

Each school has a designated Point of Contact (POC) – our school nurses - who works directly with health department officials in identifying positive cases and potential exposures.  The POC will assist with the contact tracing process which involves contacting anyone who may have been exposed at school or during a school function.

If a positive case occurs in our school, we will notify you as soon as possible if there is any risk of exposure to your child.  The health and well-being of your children will always be our utmost concern. 

There may also be times when a student or employee tests positive or is exposed outside of school.  Many times these are exposures in a household which requires everyone in the home to quarantine as a precaution.  In these cases, we will work closely with the individual involved to ensure proper health protocols are followed while protecting the school environment.  If there is no risk of exposure to others in the school, we are prohibited from releasing any information about the situation as it could potentially violate HIPAA and that person's privacy rights.

As a school, we appreciate your understanding in these matters, and know that we always have the best interest of your child in mind.  As school opened last week, we have not had any reported cases of students testing positive, or any cases where students have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 at our school.  If there is ever a situation the could affect your child's health and well-being, we promise to promptly contact you.

Remember that Monday, September 7, is a holiday and there will be no school.  I hope you all enjoy your weekend and students return to school safely on Tuesday.


Rebecca Okey


August 13, 2020

School is about to begin!  We are very excited to welcome all of the students that are registered to attend North Park Elementary during the 2020-2021 school year.   This will be a great year full of new experiences and we are looking forward to sharing them with all of you.  Be sure to check the website and stay connected through the MyWeber Portal for additional information and updates. Here is a list of a few items you will need to know:

Face Coverings: “Each individual, including an employee, student, or visitor, on school property or on a school bus shall wear a face covering.” (Public Health Order).   For exceptions to the health order, please contact the school administrator.  The school will be providing a reusable cloth face mask and a face shield for every student.  Students are welcome to wear face coverings from home as well.  Please follow all dress code policies as far as designs, images, or words. 

Back-to-School Event:  Monday, August 24, 4:30 – 6:30.  Located outside the school on the eastside of the building.  We are encouraging families to attend during staggered timeframes in order to limit the number of people at any given time.  Facial coverings are also required while on school property if you are unable to maintain a 6-foot distance (Utah Health Order).  Watch for an email with more information from your child’s teacher and the school. 

First Day of School for ALL Grades (K-6): Wednesday, August 26,  8:35 – 12:30

First Week of School:  8:35- 12:30  Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (August 26-28).

School Bell Schedule (1st Quarter):  M, T, TH, F:    8:35 – 2:30                        W: 8:35 – 12:30  

Drop-off:  Supervision on the playground is provided beginning at 8:00.  All drop off for students will be located on the south side of the building.  Please drive slowly and be aware of pedestrians in the crosswalk areas. For safety reasons, we only allow students and staff on the playground area east of the building before and after school. The front of the building is reserved for busses only   Do not drop off, park, or allow your students to walk through the parking area or bus zone on the west-side of the building. This policy will be strictly enforced for safety purposes.

Pick-up by parents (walking/driving):  All students who walk or are picked up by a parent, will exit the east side of the building near the playground.  We suggest families designate a gathering location for siblings to meet.  Parents should wait outside of the playground area or in their vehicle to pick up their children. 

Pick-up by Bus/Van:  Students riding a bus or van from Weber School District, Boys and Girls Club or a daycare, will be escorted through the building to the front of the building for loading.  Please help your child know they are riding the bus or being picked up by a daycare.  Also, inform the teacher of the transportation mode your child is expected to use. 

Breakfast:  Breakfast is served from 8:00 to 8:30 each morning.   Doors will open at 8:00 and students are expected to exit to the outside of the building to the playground area to join the other students in the school after eating.  All students will enter the school from the outside doors on the playground side of the building.  Parents will not be allowed to eat breakfast or lunch in the cafeteria. 

Lunch:  Lunch will be served each day.  For more information on free/reduced lunch or other questions, please contact the Lunch Manager (801)452-4346 or front office.

Supplies:  All supplies needed in the classroom are provided for students.   Donations are always accepted but not required. 


Mrs. Okey 

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