XMission is partnering with the Salt Lake Education Foundation to provide 50 laptop computers to Salt Lake City School District students.
School is out for the summer, but we still have important information for you. Please check this website regularly..
The Salt Lake City School District Board of Education has appointed Alan Kearsley as the new Business Administrator for the Salt Lake City School District (SLCSD) and Larry Madden as Interim Superintendent.
Hera Crofts, a student at Clayton Middle School recently competed in the National History Day® Contest. She was awarded “The Outstanding Entry” in the Junior Division for the state of Utah.
East High science teacher Robert Durham has won the Outstanding Public School Teacher Award from the University of Utah.
Last night, the Salt Lake City Board of Education voted to appoint Michelle Tuitupou to fill the Board seat vacancy in Precinct 1. Ms. Tuitupou was one of eight applicants who applied to fill the Precinct 1 seat.
Congratulations to our students at Clayton Middle School and the Salt Lake Center for Science Education for placing at the state history fair competition, and to their teachers Kim Perry and Kelly Haakenson. These students and teachers have worked hard all year for this accomplishment and it is inspiring to see their work.
The District Science Department, in conjunction with the Salt Lake Center for Science Education/Bryant Dark Sky Research class, would like to invite you and your students to participate in Sky Search 2020!
Congratulations to our four finalists for the 2021 District Teacher of the Year!
Last month, the Salt Lake City Board of Education approved their Inclusive Schools Resolution.
Congratulations to the five outstanding Salt Lake City School District students who won awards at the recent University of Utah Science and Engineering Fair!
We are proud to announce new leaders for three of our schools.
A social-distancing Earth Week event to discover and explore the life around you!
In accordance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act regulations, this notice is to serve as the annual notification for the Salt Lake City School District for 2020.
A team of students from West High School recently won first place in the Arabic category at the ninth annual High School Business Language Competition.
Governor Gary Herbert has a message for Utah's students.
The Salt Lake City School District Board of Education is seeking qualified candidates for the position of: Business Administrator.
Click here to see information on upcoming School Community Council meetings. These meetings will be held remotely. Please contact your school principal for information on how to join the meeting online.
At its meeting on March 4, the Salt Lake City Board of Education took another step towards implementing high school – and possibly middle school – late start times in the Salt Lake City School District.
Please check this webpage for news and updates about our schools and services for students during this school dismissal.
The Salt Lake City School District’s School Fee Schedules are changing in structure to align with new state rules, and the Board of Education is interested in receiving comments from employees, parents, students, and patrons on the proposed revisions.
On Friday, February 28, 2020, the Salt Lake Education Association (our district’s teachers’ association) has declared a Day of Action. Teachers will be holding a walk-out in the afternoon to encourage the Utah Legislature to prioritize public education funding.
A recap of the actions and discussions from the Board of Education meeting held on Tuesday, January 7, 2020.
Sam Mills, the custodian at Backman Elementary, is being recognized nationally for his work as a custodian and as a mentor of children.
A recap of the actions, reports, and discussions from the Board of Education meeting held on Tuesday, January 21, 2020.
Two West High School students have been selected for the prestigious United States Senate Youth Program.
Durante la última semana, hemos pasado tiempo con ustedes en nuestra Gira de Escucha sobre el tema de Inicio Tarde en nuestras escuelas secundarias. Hemos escuchado sus inquietudes y pensamientos sobre el inicio tarde y les agradecemos a cada uno que tomó el tiempo para asistir, a nuestro personal que organizó las reuniones, y a todos los que han compartido sus pensamientos...
Over the last week, we have spent time with you on our Late Start listening tour, hearing your concerns and thoughts on late start in our high schools. We are grateful to each of you who took time to attend, to our staff members who helped organize and execute, and to all who have shared their thoughts with us via email or in person.
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.
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.
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?
Students, teachers, district leaders, friends, families, and community members came together Tuesday night to celebrate the new Meadowlark Elementary.
The Society for Science & the Public recently released the names of the top 300 STEM projects winners for Broadcom MASTERS competition, including three students from Salt Lake City School District.
Recently, Hawthorne Elementary partnered with Westminster College for the ninth annual Day of Service.
Salt Lake City School District is pleased to announce we have two recent winners of the prestigious Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Congratulations to Alison Espinosa and Jill Buchsbaum!
After two years of planning, design, and construction, the new Edison Elementary opened for students on August 19, 2019. The official ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for the new school was held last night.
West High student Marianne Liu has been selected as one of the top 300 Broadcom Masters winners for her Science Fair project.
Believing that children learn better when they are healthy, Northwest Middle School, Glendale Middle School, and the Ron McBride Foundation are joining forces to alleviate some barriers to learning.
During the 2019-20 school year, you’re invited to breakfast with the Superintendent, Dr. Lexi Cunningham. Enjoy a cup of coffee or hot chocolate and a sweet treat as you mingle with the superintendent, school leaders, and other parents.
The Association of School Business Officials International is pleased to award Salt Lake City School District with the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting.
We are operating and growing in over 30 school sites for the 2019-20 school year. We are also working diligently to be able to have even more qualified, dedicated, and caring employee join the 130 + coordinators and group leaders already engaging with students in the out-of-school hours.