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In an effort to support families during the “soft closure” of schools, Weber School District will be providing "Grab and Go Meals" for breakfast and lunch at federally approved schools.  All Weber School District students 18 years of age and under are eligible to pick up a free meal at the following schools:

  • Burch Creek Elementary
  • Green Acres Elementary
  • Lakeview Elementary 
  • Municipal Elementary
  • North Park Elementary
  • Riverdale Elementary 
  • Roosevelt Elementary
  • Roy Elementary
  • Valley View Elementary     
  • Washington Terrace Elementary

In order to serve “Grab and Go” meals to even more families throughout the district, 10 additional satellite sites have been identified. Students 18 years of age and under can pick up breakfast and lunch at these sites free of charge.

  • Fremont High
  • Weber High  
  • Rocky Mountain Jr.
  • Snow Crest Jr. 
  • Wahlquist Jr.             
  • Hooper Elementary
  • Kanesville Elementary 
  • Majestic Elementary  
  • Uintah Elementary   
  • West Weber Elementary            

Serving Times: Beginning Wednesday, March 18 - Breakfast 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Lunch 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Because our breakfast and lunch serving times run back to back, a student could pick up both breakfast and lunch at the same time. 

 

Governor Gary Herbert initiated a “soft closure” on all K-12 public and charter schools for the next two weeks (beginning Monday, March 16, 2020).  The governor explained that his intent in issuing this unprecedented move was to prevent potential community spread of the coronavirus.  His emphasis was on “social distancing,” or the elimination of large group gatherings.  I want to emphasize that there have been no cases of the covid-19 virus identified in the Weber School District at this point.

Next week our teachers will spend Monday and Tuesday preparing for a short-term, on-line delivery of curriculum for students.  Teachers will be preparing a modified home learning experience—one that permits students to continue engaging in meaningful study from home. No students should attend school on Monday, March 16th or Tuesday, March 17th.

Beginning Wednesday, March 18th, a modified home study plan will be made available to your student(s).  Teachers will communicate specific information regarding that modified home study plan.  As much as possible, over the two-week school “soft closure” period, students should not be at school.  In order to adhere to the governor’s request, students should practice social distancing and learn from home. 

Our teachers and staff will spend limited time in the schools during this two-week period.  However, teachers will primarily be preparing and uploading learning material that students can access from home.  In those rare instances where students cannot access the internet at home or may not have a computer available, they can come to the school between the hours of 8:30 a.m. thru 12:00 noon. 

During this two-week “soft closure” of schools, busses will not be running. However, we will make available a “Grab and Go” sack lunch that students can pick up from their school.  Those schools that provide breakfast will provide a “Grab and Go” morning meal as well.  Specific information on school meals during the two-week “soft closure” period will be provided next week.

Through this two-week period, all extra-curricular activities and athletic events will be suspended.  This includes practices.  The suspension of athletic games and practices is statewide.  Finally, please note that the spring break will remain as scheduled (March 30 – April 3).

We recognize that we are in unchartered territory.  Because of that we understand that there will be questions not addressed in this brief message.  Additional questions should be directed to your school principal.  I will be working closely with our principals throughout this unique period.  These are remarkable times requiring extraordinary adjustments and sacrifices by all.  And, it’s all being done at the request of the governor and for the sake of public health and safety.  We are grateful for your understanding and express our deepest appreciation for all you do to support our schools.

Dr. Jeff Stephens

Superintendent; Weber School District

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