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Dear SLCSD families and community,
It’s hard to believe it is November. As I reflect on our accomplishments as a district, I am thankful for so many things.
I am thankful that we have 19 students recognized as National Merit Semi-Finalists. I am thankful that our teachers continue to refine their practice. I am thankful that our student athletes are doing well, both...
In an effort to promote our students’ social, emotional, and academic learning, the Salt Lake City Board of Education has made Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) a priority. But what is SEL? And, more importantly, what does this mean for your student?
Winter is temperature inversion season in the Salt Lake Valley. Accordingly, the Salt Lake City School District Board of Education recognizes the effects of poor air quality on students’ health and therefore requires that SLCSD schools follow the Utah Department of Health’s Recess Guidance for Schools.
As we approach winter and the stormy conditions that come with it, Salt Lake City School District schools will be open on all regularly scheduled school days unless circumstances create health or safety issues. We fully expect our schools to be open and functioning normally throughout the winter, but weather conditions can vary greatly in different areas of the city.
We are excited to announce that Nicole Reitz-Larsen, a computer science teacher at West High School, has won the Champion for CTE Award from the Association for Career and Technical Education.
Students, teachers, district leaders, friends, families, and community members came together Tuesday night to celebrate the new Meadowlark Elementary.