- Emergency Preparedness Plan
- SNAP (Student Neighborhood Access Program)
- Drop off and Pick up Procedures
- Volunteer Policies and Information
- Donations/Teacher Supply Wish Lists
- Guidelines for Indoor Recess
- School Fees Notice, Schedule, & Fee Waiver Application
- Preventing Child Abuse Utah
- District Parent Resources
- SafeUT Tip Line
- Endeavour's Electronic Device Policy
Parent Guide to Emergency Evacuation
Notification – Depending on circumstances
- Optimal notification will come through the District Phone System letting you know of an evacuation of the school and the location students will be assembled.
- In some cases, notification will be by radio and television alerts.
- In extreme cases, there will be no notification and evidence of an evacuation will be obvious (example – earthquake).
Location – Depending on circumstances
- Behind the school on the playground
- LDS church located near the school at 1955 S 350 E Kaysville, UT
- Students will be with their classroom teacher.
- Parents must sign student out with teacher.
- Those listed on the Emergency Evacuation form, will be the only adults that are allowed to check out a student. They must also possess a picture ID.
Evacuations are done in extreme circumstances. Because of this, please stay calm, be patient, and cooperate so we can get all students home in a safe, orderly manner. Please know that every attempt will be made to keep students safe from harm.
All visitors/volunteers must login to the computer in the office and wear a badge for the duration of the visit. When leaving, you must sign out on the same computer.
Door Access Procedures
• Press the buzzer to alert office staff. Please wait patiently, it may take time for the office staff to communicate with you.
• Show Picture ID to the camera lens.
• Once approved, you will enter through the Office door within 5 seconds.
"Notice: The items on the list will be used during the regular school day. They may be brought from home on a voluntary basis, otherwise, they will be furnished by the school."
The following items are voluntary donations that can support our school. Please know that even a small or partial donation are appreciated as we work toward providing your child the best learning environment possible. The items on this list will be used during the regular school day. They may be brought from home on a voluntary basis. Otherwise, they will be furnished by the school.
Guidelines for Indoor Recess
The onsite administrator should consider indoor recess when the following conditions exist:
- Temperatures are less than 20 degrees including wind chill
- Air Quality standards set forth by the Utah Department of Health
- The air quality guidelines and current conditions can be obtained at
- http://health.utah.gov/asthma/ or http://www.airquality.utah.gov/
- Wind, rain, freezing rain, snow, sleet, hail – Any time the principal feels it is in the best interest of the children.
- Conditions of Playground
- Blacktop condition
- Ice build up
- Snow build up
- Frozen fall material in big toys
- Ice and snow build up on play apparatus
- Supervision availability: Indoor activities must have the same standard of supervision as regular classroom activities.
The decision to keep our students indoors is made based on a site evaluation of the conditions at the facility by the School Principal. Input for this decision could come from, administrative interns, support services staff, school nurse, PTA, Joint staff, school directors and the Risk Management Dept.
Suggestions for Indoor activities: Board and card games, marbles, jacks, computer games, tic tac toe, reading.
SCHOOL FEES NOTICE (2019-2020)
FOR FAMILIES OF CHILDREN IN KINDERGARTEN THROUGH SIXTH GRADES
[IF YOU NEED HELP IN UNDERSTANDING THIS LETTER, CALL Principal Mori 801-402-0400)
The Utah Constitution prohibits the charging of fees in elementary schools. That means that if your child is in kindergarten through grade six (unless your child is in grade six and attends a school that includes one or more 7-12 grades), you cannot be charged for textbooks, classroom equipment or supplies, musical instruments, field trips, assemblies, snacks (other than food provided through the School Lunch Program), or for anything else that takes place or is used during the regular school day.
If you wish to purchase school pictures, yearbooks, or similar items through the school, those costs are not fees and will not be waived. Also, if your student loses or damages school property, the costs of replacement or repair are not fees and need not be waived.
Federal law permits schools to charge for food or milk provided as part of the School Lunch Program. If you cannot afford to pay, you may be eligible for free or reduced price meals or milk. Your school will give you information about applying for free or reduced price meals and milk. All information which you provide in your application will be kept confidential.
State law and State Board of Education rules do not permit schools to charge fees for anything that takes place during the regular school day unless your child is in grade six and attends a school that includes one or more 7-12 grades! Fees may only be charged for programs offered before or after school, or during school vacations. If your child is eligible based on income verification or receives SSI payments (QUALIFIED CHILD WITH DISABILITIES), or if you are receiving TANF (currently qualified for financial assistance or food stamps) or if the child was placed in your home by the government as a foster child, the school must waive the fees. If you are having a financial emergency caused by job loss, major illness, or other substantial loss of income beyond your control, you might be eligible for a waiver even if other eligibility criteria are not met. If your local school board/charter school allows your school to charge fees, a Fee Waiver Application (Grades K-6) is enclosed. Your school will give you additional information about fee waivers if you ask.
School funds are limited, and your school may need help. As a result, the school may ask you for tax-deductible donations of school supplies, equipment, or money, but the school cannot require donations or tell anyone else the names of those who have or have not made donations (except that the school may honor those who make major donations). No child may be penalized for not making a donation. For example, if donations are used to pay for a field trip, every child must be allowed to go on the trip even though some may not have made a donation.
State law requires schools or school districts to require DOCUMENTATION of fee waiver eligibility if parent must "apply for fee waivers." Local/charter boards will have policies and/or guidelines for determining eligibility for fee waivers.
School district/school administrators shall request documentation of fee waiver eligibility from those who apply for fee waivers if fees or charges are required for non-regular school day activities, such as after-school music or foreign language programs or Friday ski programs.
Fee waiver eligibility documentation is NOT required annually. Also, documentation shall NOT be maintained for privacy reasons. Schools may transfer fee waiver eligibility information to other schools to which students advance or transfer.
NOTE: If your district/school does not require parents in the entire district area or parents and students in specific schools or sections of the district to "apply for fee waivers," district administrators NEED NOT require verification of eligibility under this section.
If you have questions, first talk to your school or school district representative listed below. If you still need help, contact one of the other agencies listed: School telephone no.: 801-402-0400
Ask for: Principal Mori
District telephone no.: 801-402-5261
Utah State Board of Education
250 East 500 South
P.O. Box 144200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4200
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SAFE UT- Crisis and Safety Tipline
How to Submit a Tip
Students experiencing crisis, bullying, threats or who are aware of a threat can communicate with SafeUT in the following ways:
SafeUT Mobile App (call and chat functions)
Call Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 (routed to a UNI crisis counselor at the UNI CrisisLine)
Reporting via website will be available via individual school websites as schools onboard this function
Key Features of SafeUT
Anonymous, confidential and password protected
Real-time, two-way communication with SafeUT crisis counselors available 24/7
Tips can be submitted with picture and/or video
Mobile App works with Apple & Android devices
Multiple languages available
CELL PHONE POLICY
Students may possess and use electronic devices at school subject to the following:
Students may carry or possess electronic devices at school and school-sponsored activities.
Use of electronic devices during the school day, including pass-time between classes and lunchtime is prohibited.
They must be completely powered down, turned off and kept in a student backpack, or turned in to the teacher.
Students may use electronic devices before school begins, and after the final bell of the school day, so long as they do not create a distraction or disruption.
Use of electronic devices on school buses is at the discretion of the bus driver. Distracting behavior that creates an unsafe environment will not be tolerated.
If a student violates this policy, his/her electronic device may be confiscated. When an employee confiscates an electronic device under this policy, he/she shall take reasonable measures to label and secure the device and turn the device over to a school administrator as soon as the employee's duties permit.
The electronic device will be released/returned to the student's parent or guardian after the student has complied with any other disciplinary consequence that is imposed.
1st offense – The device is returned to the student after school with a warning from the teacher.
2nd offense – The device should be brought to the office and can only be picked up by the parent. An administrator will make the parent notification.
3rd offense – The student may no longer bring an electronic device to school. The device should be brought to the office and can only be picked up by the parent. An administrator will make the parent notification.