Welcome to the Superintendent’s Blog! This blog is a chance for you to ask questions and get answers you may have about the district. The blog is public and is not an appropriate place to discuss personnel issues, individual student concerns, or other private matters, but it is a great space to learn more about district operations and the services we provide to students and families.
If you have a question you would like to submit to the Superintendent's Blog, please use this link: https://forms.office.com/r/akDjk4E8hL.
QUESTION: Who runs the district, the superintendent or the Board of Education?
QUESTION: What process does the district use to create it’s school calendar each year?
QUESTION: Will the current superintendent consider sticking around and applying to be the permanent superintendent?
QUESTION: There seems to be so much going on in the district right now. Where can parents find information about the important issues?
QUESTION: What is the role of an “education specialist” or academic coach?
QUESTION: I am concerned about the closure of schools that might affect children and families near me. Numbers are low right now, but does it make sense to close a school only then to open another school if enrollment increases?
QUESTION: When is Salt Lake City School District going back to uniforms, and what can I do if my student is being bullied?
QUESTION: What’s really going to happen with West High and Highland High?
QUESTION: Can a student or parent file a complaint against a school administrator without the student getting in trouble?
QUESTION: Why doesn’t the district close schools when it snows?
Today’s entry features two questions, one from an employee about administrative internships and another from a parent about arts programs.
Question: I am interested in an academic program at a different school. Is it possible to enroll my child in a school across town?