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There are currently 53 Elementary Schools in the Alpine School District.

Alpine School District serves 14 communities and 53 elementary schools. The schools are divided into 4 areas in the district (North, South, Central, and West). There are approximately 35,000 students who attend the elementary schools.

Each school provides a safe and structured learning environment for children to learn and be engaged in the classroom. Several schools offer advanced programs in art, sciences and muisc. Many Elementary Schools in the District offer dual immersion language programs, with languages such as Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, French, German and Spanish.

Click on the A-Z sorted tabs at the top of the page to find your school and see what makes each school great.

Directory of Schools

Alpine Elementary

Principal:
Dave Perdue
Address:
400 E 300 N Alpine, Ut 84004
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Mascot:
Eagle
School Colors:
Blue and White
Homepage:
About Alpine Elementary

Alpine Elementary was opened in its current location in 1965. The school has been added on to several times since then. The building was seismically retrofitted during the summer of 2012. Our students receive a well-rounded education. Our teachers are highly trained in literacy, math, and social studies. We have an art specialist through the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program. We also host a Chinese Immersion program that begins in first grade.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Gold Medal Schools-Platinum level
  • National Safe Routes to School Award
  • Received a grant from the state to host Chinese Immersion
  • Beverley Taylor Sorensen Art Grant
  • Received grants from UDOT for safety projects

Alpine Elementary Mission Statement:
Everyone excels in thinking, learning, and caring.

Alpine Elementary Map

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Aspen Elementary

Principal:
Brad J. Davies
Address:
945 W 2000 N Orem, Ut 84057
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Mascot:
Eagle
School Colors:
Blue and Gold
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About Aspen Elementary

Aspen Elementary Aspen Elementary celebrated 30 years of excellence during the 2011-2012 school year. We are located on the border of Lindon/Orem. We serve students from both Orem and Lindon. We currently have approximately 480 students.

Our PTA is fabulous. We continue to have more and more parents volunteering to serve on our PTA. We have activities such as: School carnival, Pumpkin walk, Grandparent’s Day, Freedom Week, Teacher Appreciation Week, Red Ribbon Week, Reflections, and many more supported by our wonderful PTA. We have a very supportive SCC and we look at our largest academic needs and support those areas with our Trustlands funds, which we are extremely grateful to have provided for our school.

What makes our school great? Spectacular students, awesome parents, and outstanding teachers and staff. If you haven’t had a chance to come in and see the great things going on at Aspen, take the opportunity. We are doing great things at our school. Our theme this year is “Going the Distance” and everyone is supporting us in doing our best to “Go the Distance” as a community this year.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Celebrated 30 years of Excellence during the 2011-2012 school year.
  • Fox 13 “Cool School” during the 2011-2012 school year.
  • Great 4-H after school program.
  • STAR reading tutor program – Past 2 years – Having 50+ volunteers to help 75+ students in 1st – 6th grades.
  • Continuous improvement on our CRT scores in the areas of Language Arts/Science for the past 4 years . Math scores increased from 68% to 82% proficiency from 2010 to 2011.

Aspen Elementary Mission Statement:
Aspen is an innovative, nurturing community dedicated to educating all students to ensure they become productive citizens.

Aspen Elementary Map

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Barratt Elementary

Principal:
Brent Palmer
Address:
168 N. 900 E., American Fork, Ut 84003
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Mascot:
Bobcat
School Colors:
Red and Black
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About Barratt Elementary

Barratt Elementary was opened in 1977. The school has a long tradition of excellence in achievement, excellent teachers, wonderful community support and outstanding student behavior and citizenship. Some of the programs that make Barratt great include: student council, Accelerated Learning lab, storytelling festival, NOVA, ballroom dance, dance festival, renaissance fair, Imagine Learning (ESL), science fair, Bully Blockers, Trifangle fitness and recess organized play, Utah history program, Traveling Show, All Pro Dad’s, Clear Creek Camp, field trips, Seven Essential Virtues, band & orchestra and Reading Recovery. Barratt is a great place to learn!

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • CRT Scores for 2011-2012 (% passing)- Language Arts 88%, Math 87%, and Writing (DWA) 89%.
  • UCAS (new state school performance report)- Achievement Points (263/300), Growth Points (257/300), and Total School Performance (520/600).

Barratt Elementary Mission Statement:

Our Mission is to help students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to reach their potential as contributing members of the community.

B est effort from Teachers and Students.
A ll Children Can Learn.
R esponsible Citizens in the Making.
R espect For Self and Others.
A ttidude is Everything.
T eaming For Success.
T urning into Life-long Learners.

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Black Ridge Elementary

Principal:
Cami Larsen
Address:
9358 N Sunset Drive Eagle Mountain, Ut
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Mascot:
Black Bear
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School Information

Black Ridge Elementary Map

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Bonneville Elementary School

Principal:
Shawn Brooks
Address:
1245 N 800 W Orem, Ut 84057
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Mascot:
Bronco
School Colors:
Navy and White
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About Bonneville Elementary

Bonneville Elementary opened its doors to students in 1977. Our school is now in its 36th year of operation. The school has had 5 principals since its opening:

Brent Milne 1977 – 1989
Susan Stone 1989 – 1990
Bruce Wathen 1990 – 2000
Kim Roper 2000 – 2009
Shawn Brooks 2009 – Current

Bonneville Elementary enjoys a very experienced and qualified staff. We have dedicated teachers and support staff who love the school and the diverse student population who attend. Bonneville has always benefited from an active and supportive PTA and School Community Council. Parents donate thousands of hours of service to our school each year. We appreciate all those who work so hard to make Bonneville Elementary such a great place to learn and grow.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Ken Garff- “Road to Success” Reading Awards
  • Science Fair Achievements
  • Art Show
  • Great Brain Awards
  • Bonneville- “Great American Citizenship” Awards

Bonneville Elementary Mission Statement:
Teaming with parents and the community, our purpose is to help all children learn essential knowledge and skills at high levels for their future success.

Bonneville Elementary Map

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Cascade Elementary

Principal:
Boyce Campbell
Address:
160 N 800 e Orem, Ut 84097
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Mascot:
Cougars
School Colors:
Blue and Yellow
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About Cascade Elementary

Cascade Elementary opened in 1967 on the east side of Orem, UT. Though in an established neighborhood, Cascade has experienced some growth over the past few years growing from 440 in 2009 to our present enrollment of 640 students.

This is due in part to the Dual Language Chinese Immersion Program now in its 3rd year. Students at Cascade as well as students from all over the valley come to receive their education in Mandarin Chinese. Cascade is also known for the strong community of students and parents that support education. T

he Cascade PTA organizes wonderful events to help the students including Reflections, Safety Weeks, Battle of the Books, and many more. They also support teachers and students by volunteering in the classroom, changing take home books, and making teacher dinners during parent/teacher conferences. Cascade is a great place because of the teachers, students and parents who all work together for student success.
Awards & Accomplishments:

  • 90% Math Proficiency 2011-2012
  • 96% DWA Proficiency 2011-2012
  • Chinese Dual Immersion started in 2010.

schoolname Mission Statement:
We Love to Learn, We Show Respect, We Do Our Best

Cascade Elementary Map

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Cedar Ridge Elementary

Principal:
Jeremy Brunner
Address:
4501 West Cedar Hills Dr., Cedar Hills, UT 84062
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Mascot:
Cougar
School Colors:
Burgundy, Hunter Green, and Gold
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About Cedar Ridge Elementary

Cedar Ridge Elementary

Cedar Ridge Elementary School opened its doors in August of 1997. Since that time we have consistently provided an excellent learning environment for our students. We currently have 1033 students enrolled in regular classes at Cedar Ridge Elementary School. We also have a Life Skills class with one teacher and ten students. In addition to teaching the state core, our emphasis is on promoting excellent citizenship through encouraging character development and patriotism. Our character development traits for the year are: Respect, Responsibility, Honor, Compassion, Fairness, Honesty, Hard Work, and Service. There are other schools that look like ours, but no other school has such an amazing combination of students, parents, and teachers.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • We are a Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program grant school.
  • We consistently score above state and district averages in end-of-year academic testing.

Cedar Ridge Elementary Mission Statement:

Our Mission: To develop and enlighten the mind, encourage compassion and integrity and promote responsible citizenship.

Cedar Ridge Elementary Map

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Cedar Valley Elementary

Principal:
Linda Wills
Address:
40 E Center Cedar Fort, Ut 84013
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Mascot:
Wranglers
School Colors:
Navy blue and Gray
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About Cedar Valley Elementary

Cedar Valley Elementary was officially established in 1907. It was held in a brick building that was built in 1896. A new school was built and was first used in the fall of 1910. In the spring of 2010 the nearby church had been purchased and was ready to be used as part of the school The old school building was sold to the city to be used as a meeting place. Currently the office, library, gym, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade classes are held in the “old church” building. The rest of the school is held in a satellite building on the school grounds.

Cedar Valley Elementary serves students in Cedar Fort, Fairfield, and White Hills (now part of Eagle Mountain).Our students love living in the country where many of them raise animals. Cedar Valley Elementary has one teacher for each grade level. It is a wonderful school where students, parents, and staff members care about each other.

Awards & Achievements:

  • Our school improved in each area of the CRTs last year (language arts, math, and science.)
  • Our nine teachers have degrees from eleven different colleges and universities. We have a combined total of five masters degrees.
  • Our smaller class sizes allows us to give students more individual help at school.
  • We are the “rural” school in Alpine School District.
  • Our lower grade team was awarded the Spirit of Alpine award this year.

Cedar Valley Elementary Mission Statement:
Inspiring students for life long learning.

Cedar Valley Elementary Map

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Central Elementary

Principal:
Vicki Carter
Address:
95 N. 400 E., Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
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Mascot:
Tiger
School Colors:
Blue and White
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About Central Elementary

Central Elementary has a rich heritage. The first school built here was built in 1893—three years before Utah was granted statehood. Throughout its 117 year history, Central has undergone several renovations and generations of students have walked through its halls and learned from its teachers. We are proud to continue the tradition of offering an exceptional education to all students who come here.

Central Elementary School is also home of the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center for 22 years. Students from all around Utah and some surrounding states come to the Space Center to learn about space science and gain a love for space exploration. The Space Center makes Central Elementary School a unique learning environment from which our whole community benefits.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Recognized by the State of Utah as a High Performing Title I School for the past three years.
  • Successful Double Dose program in every grade K-6 taught by certified teachers.
  • You, Me, and a Book Program sponsored by the PTA that provides a different take home book everyday for students in K-2.
  • Completing our first year as a Gold Medal School.
  • Highly effective PTA with many parent volunteers.

Central Elementary Mission Statement:

We will educate and inspire students to achieve their academic and social potential.

Central Elementary Map

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Cherry Hill Elementary

Principal:
Alisa Hart
Address:
250 E 1650 S Orem, Ut 84058
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Mascot:
Mustang
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About Cherry Hill Elementary

Cherry Hill Elementary opened its doors in 1965 and currently has 714 students that attend. Cherry Hill is a Title 1 school and has a great opportunity to work with a diverse demographic among its’ students. We offer a Spanish Dual Immersion program for grades 1-6, and were the first to do so in Alpine School District. Cherry Hill is also a magnet site for the district’s Accelerated Learning Lab. This is offered in grades 5 and 6. We pride ourselves in helping ALL students be successful and reach their potential.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Several teachers with M.Ed degrees
  • Have performed in Knowledge Bow at a high level in each District competition
  • Recognized by Fox 13 as the “Cool School of the week”
  • Competes in Battle of the Books
  • BYU Partnership school
  • Highly effective PTA with many parent volunteers

Cherry Hill Elementary Mission Statement:

At Cherry Hill Elementary we DREAM BIG and find success in each one of us, some way, every day.

Cherry Hill Elementary Map

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Deerfield Elementary

Principal:
Todd Dalley
Address:
4353 W Harvey Blvd Cedar Hills, Ut 84062
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Mascot:
Eagles
School Colors:
Blue and Orange
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About Deerfield Elementary

Deerfield Elementary was built in 2002 and has already created a tradition of excellence. We have about 960 students and 30 teachers. Deerfield students are high achievers and love their school. Our PTA produces an amazing school play each year that involves more than a hundred students. We started a band for our 5th and 6th grade students, conducted by Mr. Bateman from Mountain Ridge Junior High. Students are also able to participate in a Knowledge Bowl and Ballroom Dance.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Amazing students, parents, teachers, staff
  • A Band of nearly 60 5th and 6th graders
  • High achievement scores
  • Te legere causae evertitur duo.
  • Many extra-curricular activities

Deerfield Elementary Mission Statement:
Learning and achievement for all students

Deerfield Elementary Map

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Dry Creek Elementary

Principal:
Sam Rencher
Address:
1301 West 1450 South, Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Owls
School Colors:
Blue, Yellow, Silver
Homepage:

School Information

New School Lehi Map

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Eagle Valley Elementary

Principal:
Keith Conley
Address:
4475 North Heritage Dr., Eagle Mountain, UT 84005
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Mascot:
Eagle
School Colors:
Green and Silver
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About Eagle Valley Elementary

Eagle Valley Elementary

Eagle Valley Elementary School opened in 2004 with about 500 students and 35 employees Six years later we had grown to over 1300 students and more than 100 employees. We split our school and became a smaller family of 700 students. We are now at about 850 students, two and a half years after the split.

We have an active PTA, a united School Community Council, a terrific faculty and staff and the best students in Utah. Our community loves their school. Everything we do supports our school mission: Eagle Valley Elementary School will always reach for Excellence & Success! Every year, each team completes a project or activity that is above and beyond what is required. We call these endeavors “Excellence & Success” projects. Each grade features student work that promotes excellence, success, creativity and talent. Parents are part of these events and projects. We are proud of this “extra effort” and we believe that this enhances our Professional Learning Community and binds our school and community together.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Listed above the “Excellence and Success” projects.
  • Increasing our language arts performance the last several years.
  • Achieving first place in the district and third place in the state during the first year we participated in the “Road to Success” reading program a few years ago.
  • Having two teachers be awarded the ASD “Accent on Excellence” awards.
  • Having four students recognized and be part of the Congressional Youth Leadership Council in 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2012.

Eagle Valley Elementary Mission Statement:

Mission:
Eagle Valley Elementary School will always reach for Excellence and Success.

Vision:
We will continually build and strengthen the Eagle Valley Elementary School Professional Learning Community.

Theme/Motto: Lead Each Child Forward.

Eagle Valley Elementary Map

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Eaglecrest Elementary

Principal:
Rex Becker
Address:
2760 N 300 W Lehi, Ut 84043
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Mascot:
Soaring Eagles
School Colors:
Blue
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About Eaglecrest Elementary

Eaglecrest Elementary was opened in 1997 with a growing school population that peaked in 2005 at over 1200 students. We now have a little over 1000 students. We have a pretty stable community base that helps our students achieve and maintain our high standards. You will find that Eaglecrest is a friendly school where academics and social interaction is stressed. We consistently score well on National tests and have a very experienced staff.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • We score in the 80th percentile or above on the CRT’s
  • We have a very involved PTA/SCC
  • We use several online reading programs to support our reading curricula
  • Our teachers are very involved in the Collaborative process
  • We participate in the Knowledge Bowl and Science Fair

Eaglecrest Elementary Mission Statement:
We, the students of Eaglecrest Elementary commit ourselves to: Education, Achievement,Gratitude,Loyalty,Excellence, and Service.

Eaglecrest Elementary Map

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Foothill Elementary

Principal:
Dr. Joe Backman
Address:
921 N 1240 E Orem, Ut 84097
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Mascot:
Foothill PHil the Explorer
School Colors:
Royal Blue and Forest Green
Homepage:
About Foothill Elementary

Foothill Elementary: Often parents, teachers, and students are asked, “what is great about your school?” So, we have compiled some unique points about what we feel makes Foothill a GREAT school:
THE FACTS:
- Open in 1999
- Motto: Exploring the Possibilities
- Faculty holds the following degrees: 32 Bachelor; 7 Masters, 1 Doctorate
- 17 Teachers hold 17 additional endorsements
- PTA volunteer hours that exceeds 3,450 hours!

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE:
-School-wide Reading Program
-High Achievement Scores
-Explorer Time: Tuesday – Friday, students who need just a little extra instructional support to re-learn important concepts receive that extra help in our Extra Miler Club. At the same time, other students are provided enrichment/extension-learning opportunities meant to enhance their learning.
Home Reading Library: A joint effort with our PTA for students to take home level-appropriate books to build students’ capacity to read.

CELEBRATING & BUILDING THE STUDENT:
-Wheel of Fortune: Student recognition program that celebrates academics and citizenship.
-Dr. T’s Readers: Student book club sponsored monthly by the principal.
-5th Annual Spring Run-Off 3K Race: Promoting student fitness and raising funds for the school.
-Lunch with the Principal: Students honored by celebrating success with the principal over lunch.

ACADEMIC DIVERSITY:
- Life Skills: Specialized classes for students with learning disabilities.
- Advanced Learning Labs: Classes designed for students with accelerated learning capabilities.
- Behavior Management: Nine week course for students with behavioral concerns in the district.
- Knowledge Bowl: An academic competition that tests students’ knowledge of science, arts, & history.

FINE ARTS:
- Forming Well-rounded Students (see www.foothillarts.org )
- Visual Arts Program: PTA volunteers assist teachers in instructing students in various art techniques.
- Performing Arts Programs: Partnership with our PTA /teachers which includes two choirs and a beginning orchestra.

SERVICE LEARNING — Pouring the Foundations of Leadership:
- Leadership Team: Training of our sixth grade students in leadership service skills.
-Food Drive: Annual competition to raise food for the Utah Food Bank.
- Penny Wars: Students raise funds for Primary Children’s & Shriners Hospitals.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • We are in the fifth year of our school-wide reading program. It is through this program that we have seen great successes with our students gaining a mastery of reading concepts. This model helps us to serve the needs of all children; ranging from those at-risk readers to advanced readers who need more of a challenge.
  • Ranked in the Top 25 Elementary Schools in the state by KSL/Deseret News
  • Number one in the district on DRA with students reading at benchmark and beyond.
  • For the past five years, our students have scored in the top 10 proficiency rank on the CRTs in all three tested subjects!
  • Eight of our students were honor by the American Mathematics Competitions at BYU for being in the top 10% of the country. One of our students was in the top 1%.

Foothill Elementary Mission Statement:

Inspiring a Passion for Learning by: Exploring the past ,Discovering the present,Creating the Future

Exploring the Possibilities of Building a Community of Learners.

Foothill Elementary Map

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Forbes Elementary

Principal:
Sam Rencher
Address:
281 N 200 E American Fork, Ut 84003
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Mascot:
Patriot
School Colors:
Red
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About Forbes Elementary

Forbes Elementary was named after Professor James B. Forbes who was the first teacher hired at American Fork High School in 1902. James Forbes served on the city council, was city recorder, and was a popular actor at Bate Hall.

Forbes School was originally built in 1893 north of Harrington School on Church Street, probably where the American Fork fire station is today. That building served as Forbes from 1893-1937, when it was demolished. It was then rebuilt on its present site in 1949 at a cost of $480,000.

The school originally had a large auditorium, seating 250, and 13 classrooms. Forbes held the first public kindergarten for American Fork. Several additions and renovations have been made over the years.

In 2002, the school was demolished to make way for the current building, which was completed in 2003.

Forbes Elementary now houses around 600 students. Our focus at Forbes is student achievement, beginning with reading. Reading is the language of learning. All school success begins with the ability to read.

It is our hope that as Forbes students move on they will be fully prepared for middle school, high school and post-secondary education.

Awards & Achievements:

  • Forbes Elementary scored a perfect growth score on the Utah Comprehensive Accountability System. Receiving a perfect score in progress means that students at Forbes whether high achieving, average or behind made significant progress during the school year.
  • Forbes ranked 26th out of 872 schools in Utah on the Utah Comprehensive Accountability System. This places Forbes in the 97th percentile for all schools.
  • Ten Forbes students were recognized for math excellence as part of the Perennial Math competition. One student was recognized as a grand champion in this competition.
  • Chopper 5 made a visit to Forbes this Fall to help recognize the student for their reading achievements.

Forbes Elementary Mission Statement:

Learning for all through excellence in teaching.

Forbes Elementary Map

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Fox Hollow Elementary

Principal:
Darrin Johnson
Address:
1450 W. 3200 N., Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Fox
School Colors:
Red, Yellow and Blue
Homepage:
About Fox Hollow Elementary

Fox Hollow Elementary opened in 2006. It is situated in northwest Utah county. Fox Hollow is a great school that has a very active PTA and School Community Council. The demographic makeup at Fox Hollow is very diverse and helps to provide a well rounded education for all students who attend here.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Big Brother Big Sister Program
  • Double Dosing
  • Reading Hall of Fame
  • Road to Success
  • School Carnival

Fox Hollow Elementary Mission Statement:

Build, Inspire , Accomplish

Fox Hollow Elementary Map

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Freedom Elementary

Principal:
Jim Melville
Address:
10326 N 6800 W Highland, Ut 84003
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Mascot:
Falcons
School Colors:
Red, White and Blue
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About Freedom Elementary

Freedom Elementary open Fall of 2003. We have been the largest elementary in the district twice with over 1200 students. We presently have 1210 students.

We like to refer to our school as a technology pilot school. We have over 700 devices at our school which includes 500 laptops, 100 ipad, 40 elmo, 40 ceiling mounted projectors, 60 desktop computer).

Our PTA and SCC are well functioning and help us with many projects and grants. We have great collaborative teachers and a wonderful support staff. Parents are very supportive with over 95% of them coming to Parent/Teacher Conferences.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • We won a technology pilot grant that gave us 400 laptop computers.
  • We won the first ever Battle of the Books competition in the district 2012.
  • We put on a school musical every year (This year: Wizard of Oz).
  • We were the top ranked ASD elementary school last year (2011) using the new UCAS system of ranking schools (we were the #26 in the top 30 school in the State of Utah).
  • Our Principal, Mr. Melville, was the National Distinguished Principal, the principal of the year, for the State of Utah 2012

Freedom Elementary Mission Statement:
Learning for all Students.

Freedom Elementary Map

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Geneva Elementary

Principal:
Michael Parkes
Address:
665 W. 400 N., Orem, UT 84057
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Mascot:
Giant
School Colors:
Blue and White
Homepage:
About Geneva Elementary

Geneva Elementary Geneva was opened in 1948 making it the oldest building in use in our district. We are a Title I school with 81% of our students economically disadvantaged, 49% of the students are minorities and 23% are ELL. We pride ourselves in helping “all” students reach their potential.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Students enjoy being at our school.
  • PVA results place Geneva #1 in the state in math and language arts when comparing our school to similar schools throughout Utah.
  • Passed AYP/UCAS for the last five years.

Geneva Elementary Mission Statement:
Learning for all while reaching each one.

Geneva Elementary Map

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Greenwood Elementary

Principal:
Jason Benson
Address:
50 E 200 S American Fork, Ut 84003
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Grovecrest Elementary

Principal:
Kyle Hoopes
Address:
200 E 1100 N Pleasant Grove, Ut 84062
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Harvest Elementary

Principal:
Karl H. Bowman
Address:
2105 North Providence Dr., Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
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Mascot:
Hawks
School Colors:
Red and Gold
Homepage:
About Harvest Elementary

Harvest Elementary

Harvest Elementary is the greatest school in the world with its experienced principal, dedicated faculty, and outstanding students. We have an outstanding principal with more years of administration experience than most. What is more, he is that principal that teachers want to work for, students want to associate with, and parents want to collaborate with. We have a wonderfully involved PTA which makes every student and every teacher feel important. Our School Community Council is committed to excellence. Our faculty is lightyears ahead and works very hard to ensure students are learning. The training, diversity, and experience of each member of the faculty is extensive. Our students have a real desire to learn… something that they bring from home and is reinforced in the classroom. Not only are our students scholars, but they are responsible citizens at school, at home, and in the community. Without a doubt, Harvest Elementary is THE right place.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • We have an amazing Jump team that tours all over the State.
  • High achievement test scores.
  • Several teachers with M. Ed. degrees.
  • Number of principals to come from Harvest.
  • Teacher involvement in special programs.
  • A leader in Spanish Immersion in Utah and the world.

Harvest Elementary Mission Statement:

Planting Knowledge For Life’s Harvest.

Harvest Elementary Map

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Hidden Hollow Elementary

Principal:
Tom Tilman
Address:
7447 N Hidden Valley Pkwy Eagle Mountain, Ut 84005
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Mascot:
Hornets
School Colors:
Black and Yellow
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About Hidden Hollow Elementary

Hidden Hollow Elementary is in its fifth year of operation. During that time, enrollment has increased from 884 in 2008 to 1,270 students this year. Hidden Hollow employs 51 teachers (44 women and 7 men) and an additional 32 staff members.

Since the school opened in 2008, our goal has been for it to be a “gem” in the Eagle Mountain community where families can gather for educational, civic and social purposes. To that end, we are supportive of city recreation programs, we host and support activities during the city’s Pony Express Days in June, and we maintain a close relationship with city leaders, including Mayor Jackson, in an effort to further their vision for the community. For example, Eagle Mountain City has a great tradition of honoring recently returned military personnel with an escorted parade through the main part of town. Fortunately, the parade route passes right by Hidden Hollow. Whenever possible, teachers and students gather outside and wave to the procession as they pass.

Despite our large enrollment, our mantra is that Hidden Hollow be a “large school with a small school feel.” In other words, we desire students to have the same individualized attention from teachers and staff that they might receive at a much smaller rural school. While embracing our rural and relatively secluded setting, we at Hidden Hollow work hard to connect our students to others in the district and throughout the world.

We want Hidden Hollow students to look forward to attending Middle School and High School – further extending the sense of community. We support those schools’ arts and athletic events and encourage staff and students to do the same. We are proud to be part of Hidden Hollow Elementary and Alpine School District.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • We host a 5th and a 6th grade Accelerated Learning Lab (A.L.L.) class for gifted students.
  • The Hidden Hollow Running Club was formed this year with funding from a BYU Physical Education Grant.
  • The Bully Blockers program is in its first year of implementation. Students are taught strategies to resolve conflict and deal with bully behavior.
  • We are in our second year as a partnership school with the Utah Valley University School of Education. Two well-prepared UVU interns are currently teaching at Hidden Hollow.
  • Over a quarter of Hidden Hollow teachers have earned their Gifted and Talented Endorsement and/or their ESL Endorsement, and many others are pursuing those endorsements. 10 staff members have earned a Master’s Degree.

Hidden Hollow Elementary Mission Statement:
Educating All Students to Ensure the Future of Our Democracy.

Hidden Hollow Elementary Map

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Highland Elementary

Principal:
Reed Hodson
Address:
10865 N 6000 W Highland, Ut 84003
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Mascot:
Hawk
School Colors:
Blue, Green and White
Homepage:
About Highland Elementary

Highland Elementary opened in 1979. We have a long tradition of excellent teachers and staff that provide a strong academic learning environment. We currently have 880 students enrolled in K-6 which include Life Skills and ALL classes. You will find Highland a friendly school with a very active PTA and SCC. The school also enjoys the support of parental volunteers who participate in classrooms and activities. Many students are also involved with our band,orchestra and chime choir before school. We are located in the center of Highland, a great community that helps maintain high standards and social interaction.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • A.L.L. for 3rd-6th students
  • Successful Band/Orchestra/Chime Choir before school
  • Science Fair/Geography Bee/Spelling Bee
  • Involved Teacher Collaborative Sessions
  • Gay Beck 2011 Utah State teacher of the year

Highland Elementary Mission Statement:
Through the unified commitment of students, staff, parents and community, the mission of Highland Elementary School is to empower students to value life-long learning and participate as competent, contributing, responsible citizens in a changing world.

Highland Elementary Map

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Hillcrest Elementary

Principal:
Zach Eager
Address:
651 E 1400 S Orem, Ut 84097
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Legacy Elementary

Principal:
Gary Gibb
Address:
28 E 1340 N American Fork, Ut 84003
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Mascot:
Lion
School Colors:
Navy Blue and Maroon
Homepage:
About Legacy Elementary

Legacy Elementary is a neighborhood public school with a strong tradition of achievement in a supportive and caring community. It was built in 1995. The school currently houses about 900 students in preschool-sixth grade, with 35 teachers assigned to meet their needs. There are 35 additional faculty, staff, and administrative employees working at Legacy. Their work is magnified every year by hundreds of volunteers. Legacy is committed to helping every student have a positive, meaningful experience at school. At Legacy, “Everybody Learns Every Day.”

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Legacy students are great writers. 98% of students passed the 5th grade Direct Writing Assessment in 2012.
  • Legacy’s Annual Values Pumpkin Walk highlights positive character traits and attracts visitors from throughout the community. Over 800 decorated pumpkins are displayed.
  • Legacy’s students log hundreds of miles, read hundreds of books, and perform service as part of the Legacy Triathlon Reading Challenge.

Legacy Elementary Mission Statement:
Everybody Learns Every Day

Legacy Elementary Map

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Lehi Elementary

Principal:
Jane Friel
Address:
765 North Center, Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Lions
School Colors:
Purple and Gold
Homepage:
About Lehi Elementary

Lehi Elementary was built in 1951 and has a rich history of education. We have had hundreds of teachers and thousands of students. Many of our parents, and even some grandparents of our current students, attended Lehi Elementary!

In addition to 606 students in K-6 grades, Lehi Elementary also has a preschool. We serve 26 special needs children and 16 tuition kids who range in ages from three to five.

The Lehi PTA welcomes volunteers to help in various programs and activities that are held throughout the year.
These include the Fall Carnival, Ribbon Week, the Walk-­‐a-­‐thon, Field Day, and many, many more.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Awesome before school band and choir program.
  • Double dosing before school by certified teachers.
  • Absolutely amazing PTA.
  • FlexTime for reteaching and enrichment.
  • Fabulous Reading Recovery teachers.

Lehi Elementary Mission Statement:
The mission of Lehi Elementary is learning at high levels for ALL students.

Lehi Elementary Map

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Lindon Elementary

Principal:
Kate Ross
Address:
30 North Main, Lindon, UT 84042
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Mascot:
Leopards
School Colors:
Blue and White
Homepage:
About Lindon Elementary

Lindon Elementary: Rich in history and tradition, Lindon Elementary has been a fixture in the Lindon community since the early 1900′s. Our current facility was built in 1967, and our school remains central to the community it serves. Our knowledgeable teachers and staff have consistently provided quality instruction and a nurturing environment for all. Our PTA plays a vital role in providing great opportunities to be involved and programs that enhance our educational program. Our school has diverse offerings to meet the needs of all learners. From special needs programs to A.L.L., Lindon Elementary has something for everyone!

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • 5th and 6th Grade A.L.L. Program.
  • School Choir and Orchestra Programs.
  • Before and After School Enrichment Classes.
  • 6th Grade Community Garden.
  • 10 Scout Merit Badge Courses Offered After School.

Lindon Elementary Mission Statement:
Through the united efforts of students, educators, parents, and community members, the mission of Lindon Elementary is to provide a nurturing environment that ensures high levels of learning and support for all students.

Lindon Elementary Map

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Manila Elementary

Principal:
Nancy B. Sorenson PhD
Address:
1726 N. 600 W., Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
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Mascot:
Mustangs
School Colors:
Blue and White
Homepage:
About Manila Elementary

Manila Elementary opened in 1982. We currently have 835 students. Our academic success is over 80% proficiency. Our demographics include 6% ethic minority, 2% limited English, 20% low income and 6% Special Education.

We have a very active PTA and many volunteers. We have 100% of our teachers that joined the PTA. Our School Community Council meets at least six times a year. Special programs include: Flextime enrichment and reteaching, Double Dosing, Manila Magic Chorus, Battle of the Books and much more.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • 2012-Kris Webster-UELMM Paraprofessional Librarian of the Year
  • 2012-Nancy Sorenson-Utah PTA Outstanding Administrator.
  • Gold Medal Schools-Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards
  • UDOT Grant (over $200,000) for safety education and neighborhood sidewalks
  • USOE Pilot Performance Pay Project Grant Winner

Manila Elementary Mission Statement:
The Mission of Manila Elementary is to create academically successful students and productive citizens.

2012-13 Theme: Manila-Always Moving Forward

Manila Elementary Map

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Meadow Elementary

Principal:
Carolyn Johnson
Address:
176 S 500 W Lehi, Ut 84043
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Mascot:
Mustangs
School Colors:
Dark Blue and Maroon
Homepage:
About Meadow Elementary

Meadow Elementary was built in 1980 and began conducting school in fall of 1981. It was originally built for 500 students and has grown and lost students, having as few as 525 to as many as 1250. It is easy to see how Meadow’s name came about, because we are literally surrounded with farm animals and we do not feel we are in the city at all.

During the past 32 years Meadow has had additions built on in 4 different phases according to our growing population. Meadow is a diverse population with students who are fourth generation Lehites to some as new to the area and a month. Meadow has been involved with Spanish Immersion in the past and now uses a modified extended model. Meadow PTA and SCC have always had individuals who understand the mission of the school and do everything they can to insure student success.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Test scores have been the highest they have been in 22 years
  • Step-Up Intervention Program to insure learning for ALL students
  • A 176 voice school choir that meets before and after school
  • 24 teachers with a math endorsement
  • 15 teachers with Masters degree
  • BYU Partnership School
  • School sight visited by Granite, Jordan, and Davis School Districts

Meadow Elementary Mission Statement:

Facilitating High Levels of Social and Academic Growth in ALL Students.

Meadow Elementary Map

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Mountain Trails Elementary

Principal:
David Turner
Address:
3951 N Wood Road Eagle Mountain, Ut 84005
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Mascot:
Mountain Lion
School Colors:
Navy Blue and Orange
Homepage:
About Mountain Trails Elementary

Mountain Trails Elementary opened the fall of 2010. We are located in Eagle Mountain City Center, just south and west of the City Offices. Mountain Trails offers a warm and inviting culture where teachers and students thrive. Everyone takes both a personal and collective responsibility to make each day great.

5 Habits govern our interaction with each other and promote an environment where everyone can be his or her very best. You’ll feel something different when you walk through our doors; we’re a family at Mountain Trails and opportunities for leadership and learning are around every corner. From secretary to custodian and teacher to classroom aide, we are definitely here for our students and wholeheartedly embrace the challenge to blaze a new trail with them.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Yearly increases in reading proficiency
  • Team approach to solving problems
  • STAR reading tutoring
  • School Musical and student-written operas
  • LEAD Time every Monday

Mountain Trails Elementary Mission Statement:
Blazing a Trail of LEADERSHIP and LEARNING, Mountain Trails provides inspiration, belief, and hard work to empower a learning community to discover its limitless potential.

Mountain Trails Elementary Map

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Mount Mahogany Elementary

Principal:
Scot Westover
Address:
618 N. 1300 W., Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
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Mascot:
Rams
School Colors:
Dark Green and Burgundy
Homepage:
About Mount Mahogany Elementary

Mount Mahogany Elementary opened in the fall of 2012. Our current enrollment is 1000 students. 49% are female and 51% are male. 83% are Caucasian, 14% Hispanic, Black >1%, Asian >1% and Pacific Islander >1%.

In addition to our regular curriculum, we have a wide range of additional activities for our students. They include Fuel Up to Play 60, Native American History Month, Bully Blocker Program, Storytelling Festival and Reader’s Theater, Weekly and Monthly Spirit Day, Various Grade Level Programs, Music Enrichment – Grade Level and Individual Class, School Chorus, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Pioneer Day, Mars Millennium, Science Fair, World Fair, Recycling Contest, Knowledge Bowl, Christmas Store, Prevention Dimension, Reading Recovery, Penny War and Student Council Food Drive.

Awards & Accomplishments:

Our staff, of highly qualified teachers, has been recognized for their tremendous contributions as Educators. They include Golden Apple Award Recipients, State Golden Apple Award Winner, NAESP Student Council Advisor Award, State Presidential Finalist for National Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, Spirit of Alpine Award, Teacher of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Award for the Greater Utah County Arts.

In addition, our students have received many notable recognitions and awards. They include the city of Orem Story Telling Festival winner and several first place winners in the Brigham Young University Science Fair competition.

Mount Mahogany Elementary Mission Statement:

Mount Mahogany Elementary — Where Student Learning is the Primary Focus for All Students and Individuals Are Valued and Respected In A Safe and Caring Environment. Where Students Will Prepare to be Life Long Learners and Productive Members of Society.

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North Point Elementary

Principal:
Kim Roper
Address:
1901 N. 2300 W., Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Navigators
School Colors:
Burgundy and Navy
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About North Point Elementary

North Point Elementary

When you walk into the front entry of North Point Elementary you will see 14 stars displayed on the upper wall that form the constellations of the Big and Little Dipper. The largest star on the wall is Polaris, or the North Star.

Ancient Mariners used the North Star to Navigate by. They knew that this star was constant. It never moved and stayed in the same spot in the northern sky. This star helped them know where they were and helped them point the way to where they were going.

The motto of North Point Elementary is “Pointing the Way to the Future.” We use the North Star as a symbol of that motto. Our responsibility at North Point Elementary is to help safely navigate our students along their educational journey. As their navigators we must know what their destinations are, then plan and prepare for their journey. We must constantly measure to know where they are to make sure they are on course. We must make course corrections if necessary. We must look to those steady and true principles and values as we “Point the way to the Future” for our students.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • North Point’s Extended Day ModelNorth Point’s Extended Day Model focuses on a philosophy of teaming. Each teacher’s class is divided into two tracks. The early track attends school from 8:00 until 2:15 and the later track attends from 9:15 until 3:30. The greatest advantage our model offers is a block of time every day from 8:00 until 9:15 and again from 2:15 until 3:30, when teachers have very small classes. We are very protective of this “Small Group Instruction Time” and consider it the most important time of the day.During this period there are no interruptions to instruction: no recess, no announcements, no assemblies, or gym. NO Interruptions! Please help us protect this valuable instructional time by not calling to speak with teachers or students during this time. With this uninterrupted time and small class sizes, teachers are able to focus on improving student skills in math, reading and writing.

North Point Elementary Mission Statement:
Planting Knowledge For Life’s Harvest.

North Point Elementary Map

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Northridge Elementary

Principal:
Eric Woodhouse
Address:
1660 N. 50 E., Orem, UT 84057
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Mascot:
Nighthawk
School Colors:
Blue, White, and Silver
Homepage:
About Northridge Elementary

Northridge Elementary Northridge Elementary opened its doors in 1979. Our school has a rich culture of academic achievement and extracurricular activities. Northridge has an outstanding academic program which focuses on helping ALL students to be successful. Our students are also able to participate in before and after school programs. Some of the activities offered are Chorus, Art Club, Orchestra and Ballroom. Along with a dedicated staff we work with parents to help students to achieve their highest potential.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Deseret News top 30 schools in CRT scores in 2012.
  • Our STAR program helped 86% of our struggling readers to pass benchmark reading on the DRA.
  • Our school was highlighted by the “KSL Read Today” program for making great strides with our struggling readers through the STAR Program.
  • Outstanding extra-curricular programs like chorus, orchestra, art club and ballroom.
  • Teachers who are committed to helping students achieve.

Northridge Elementary Mission Statement:
As Northridge Nighthawks we soar as learners, through hard work and determination, achieving our highest potential.

Northridge Elementary Map

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Orchard Elementary

Principal:
Aaron Stevenson
Address:
1035 N 800 E Orem, Ut 84097
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Mascot:
Eagle
School Colors:
Blue and Gold
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About Orchard Elementary

Orchard Elementary opened its doors in 1982. Since then we have been developing leaders one student at a time. We believe that every student has the capacity to be a leader and have incorporated the values and principles of Dr. Stephen R. Covey to help students discover “The Leader in Me.” The teachers, PTA, and School Community Council have all been a necessary part of developing dynamic and confident students.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Leader in Me
  • Te legere causae evertitur duo.
  • Spanish Immersion
  • Student Centered Professional Learning Community
  • Gold Medal School

Orchard Elementary Mission Statement:
Excellence in teaching and learning for all!

Orchard Elementary Map

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Orem Elementary

Principal:
Rachelle Bollingbroke
Address:
450 W 400 S Orem, Ut 84058
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Pony Express Elementary

Principal:
Vicki Smith
Address:
3985 E. Smith Rand Rd., Eagle Mountain, UT 84005
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Mascot:
Pony Express Riders
School Colors:
Denim blue and Red
Homepage:
About Pony Express Elementary

Pony Express Elementary

Historically, Pony Express Elementary was the first school built in Eagle Mountain City and was the center of the community. Since that time, Pony Express has experienced 4 boundary changes (with Eagle Valley, Harvest, Hidden Hollow and Thunder Ridge). The current enrollment is near 1200 students

Pony Express is known for it’s wonderful musical presentations, which culminate in a spring musical play. For the 2013 production, 180 students stayed after school to audition for musical and speaking parts. Teachers and students invest many, many hours auditioning, learning their lines, practicing and preparing for the performances. The students are thrilled to participate and work really hard to make each performance the best!!

We encourage and appreciate volunteerism and have a strong PTA and School Community Council. In addition to these organizations, many community members, parents and grandparents come to the school regularly to work with our students. Volunteers report that they enjoy the experience as much as the children!

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Te legere causae evertitur duo.
  • Te legere causae evertitur duo.
  • Te legere causae evertitur duo.
  • Te legere causae evertitur duo.
  • Te legere causae evertitur duo.

Pony Express Elementary Mission Statement:

Pony Express School Motto:
• I am here to learn.
• I will do my best.
• I will respect and care for others.
• I will be a responsible member of my learning community.
• What I do today will make a difference.

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Ridgeline Elementary

Principal:
Ken Higgins
Address:
6250 W. 11800 N., Highland, UT 84003
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Mascot:
Raccoon
School Colors:
Red, Black and White
Homepage:
About Ridgeline Elementary

Ridgeline Elementary: The school opened in 2006 with an enrollment of 600. During the next four years the school grew to almost 1300 students and was split when the new school in Traverse Mountain was built. Currently the school has an enrollment of 940. The school continues to grow,growing over 150 students in the last two yearsThe school takes in the communities of North Highland and the Suncrest subdivision in Draper. Approximately 450 students are bussed from the Suncrest area. The school is strong on caring teachers who push the academics. Music and art are a strength in the school.The school has a choir. Plays and musicals are performed on most grade levels.The school also enjoys great parental support in volunteering and participating in school sponsored activities.The PTA and School Community Council are actively involved in the school.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • The school has performed high academically and has continued to improve yearly.
  • The tuition paid preschool was a pilot when the school opened and continues to be an important program at the school.
  • The strength of the school lies in the quality teachers.The school has had a number of local,district and state employees of the year.
  • Teachers have been 100% joining PTA since the school opened.
  • The school has had one Science Fair winner go on to national competition after winning at the school,district and state levels. We have also had a student go on to national competition in the the PTA Reflections contest in visual arts.

Ridgeline Elementary Mission Statement:

Ridgeline Elementary…Where everyone who enters these doors is valued and together we’ll encourage a love of learning.

Ridgeline Elementary Map

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Riverview Elementary

Principal:
Barry Beckstrand
Address:
273 W Aspen Hills Blvd. Saratoga Springs, Ut 84045
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Mascot:
Otter
School Colors:
Blue, White and Silver
Homepage:
About Riverview Elementary

Riverview Elementary opened August of 2011 and is the “Home of the Otters” – approximately 600 of them. The school’s positive culture is a result of involved parents, a supportive PTA Board & School Community Council, and a tremendous staff who loves kids.

Our students enjoy the following clubs: Jump Team, Art, Choir, Cup Stacking, and Knowledge Bowl. Our Student Council is developing our future’s leaders and our successful Chinese Immersion program offers a rich bilingual experience for young learners. Riverview’s Recess Before Lunch model enhances student nutrition & learning.

Specialty teachers provide a rich learning experience in PE, Art, and Computers. Students and teachers interact daily with multiple modes of technology to enhance learning and teaching.

Awards & Accomplishments: Things you “otter” know about Riverview Elementary.

  • 96th percentile in state testing when compared to all other schools in Utah
  • 5th graders rank #1 in Direct Writing Assessment (100% proficient)
  • #1 in Utah and 14th in world out of 4,446 schools worldwide for students reading the most minutes over the summer (see the Scholastic 2013 Book of World Records)
  • Six student winners on council level for PTA Reflections Competition
  • Westlake Spirit Strike Award for most school spirit

Riverview Elementary Mission Statement:
What a great IDEA!

I = Inspire Respect – We are a bit of a Westpoint. We will inspire our students to be respectful, self disciplined, hard working, and committed to adopting positive character traits that will strengthen their relationships with others.

D = Discover Creativity – We are a little bit of a Julliard. We will help our students discover their gifts and talents by way of both the visual and performing arts.

E = Explore Your Dreams – We are one part Disneyland. Our children deserve a chance to explore their dreams and to have fun doing it. We hope each student will have at least one thing each day that he or she just cant’ wait to do at school. School can be fun and does not have to be boring.

A = Achieve Success – We are also a Harvard. Last but not least, we want to open our students’ minds to academic knowledge and help them apply it to the world around them.

Riverview Elementary Map

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Rocky Mountain Elementary

Principal:
Michelle Stephenson
Address:
55 S 500 E Lindon, Ut 84042
Phone:
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Mascot:
Cougars
School Colors:
Green and White
Homepage:
About Rocky Mountain Elementary

Rocky Mountain Elementary was established in 1996. Rocky Mountain has had four principals in that past seventeen year: Mr. Farrer, Mr. Bowman, Mr. Turner and Mrs. Stephenson.
Rocky Mountain has a very active PTA and School Community Council. There are many opportunities for students be be involved in a variety of activities.

  • Ballroom Dance
  • Orchestra
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • Art
  • Bricks 4 Kids
  • Spelling Bee
  • Knowledge Bowl
  • Battle of the Books
  • Story Telling

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Daily Herald Best of School 2010-2012
  • Beverly Sorenson Art Grant 2010-Present
  • Portuguese Immersion Started 2012
  • Knowledge Bowl Participants 2013
  • Battle of the Books Participants 2013

Rocky Mountain Elementary Mission Statement:
Inspiring and Empowering All Students to Lead Successful Lives.

Rocky Mountain Elementary Map

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Sage Hills Elementary

Principal:
Sherrie Holbrook
Address:
3033 Swainson Ave., Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
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Mascot:
Thunderhawks
School Colors:
Navy Blue, Sage Green, Gold and Silver
Homepage:
About Sage Hills Elementary

Sage Hills Elementary Sage Hills opened in August 2009. Our Take Home Library has over 75 parents actively exchanging books each week. Our PTA turns the school into Hogwarts for an evening near Halloween. The students and parents love this night! The PTA hosts a Polar Express night with authors, a bell, and a treat.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Double-dosing success
  • CRT scores rising each year
  • School choir
  • PTA Hogwarts evening
  • PTA Polar Express evening

Sage Hills Elementary Mission Statement:
Educating all students to recognize and achieve at their highest potential.

Sage Hills Elementary Map

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Saratoga Shores Elementary

Principal:
Dr. Vallen Thomas
Address:
1415 S Parkside Dr. Saratoga Springs, Ut 84003
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Mascot:
Sharks
School Colors:
Purple, Green and Silver
Homepage:
About Saratoga Shores Elementary

Saratoga Shores Elementary opened in the fall of 2004 with over 600 students. Today we have over 950 students. The years have brought many changes to Saratoga Shores but our commitment to students has remained constant. The faculty and staff, along with the parents and community, provide support to help our students succeed. We have a great partnership with our PTA which in turn benefits our students even more!

Demographics include 93% Caucasian, 2% black, 3% Hispanic, 1% Pacific Islander, .6% American Indian, and .4% Asian.

24% of our students qualify for free-reduced lunch and 9% qualify for special education.

Our ballroom program is in its second year and involves grades 4-6. Our chess team has won numerous awards and trophies! This year we started a student council and this is providing leadership opportunities. Saratoga Shores is a great place to work, learn and achieve!

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Placing 1st in the majority of our chess tournaments
  • An after-school ballroom dance program (the only one on the west side of the lake)
  • Our fabulous chime choir (the only one in the district)
  • One of our students won the state art contest and had his poster turned into a billboard.
  • Another student placed third Distinguished teachers

Saratoga Shores Elementary Mission Statement:
Our Saratoga Shores community creates, develops, and promotes responsible life long learners.

Saratoga Shores Elementary Map

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Scera Park Elementary

Principal:
David Boren
Address:
450 S. 400 E., Orem, UT 84097
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Mascot:
Bengal
School Colors:
Blue and Gold
Homepage:
About Scera Park Elementary

Scera Park Elementary Scera Park Elementary was built in the year 1962 in a weedy field just north of the Sharon Community Educational and Recreational Association Park, known by the acronym SCERA Park. Scera Park is the quintessential neighborhood school, with most of its students living less than a mile from the school. Teachers and students frequently take advantage of the school’s proximity to Orem High School, Orem Public Library, and the SCERA Theater for curriculum and extra curricular activities. Scera Park is very involved in the arts, with such traditions as the Scera Park Singers (a school choir started over 40 years ago), an annual school play, and an arts partnership with the SCERA Theater. Scera Park has an experienced and very dedicated staff. Teachers are excited about the possibilities and progress that has been made in a budding professional learning community. We have enjoyed 50 years of excellence as a school and look forward to another 50 wonderful years of continuous improvement as we carry on and refine the mission and traditions of Scera Park Elementary and Alpine School District.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Completed 50 years as a school!.
  • Supported the school choir, Scera Park Singers, for 42 years and counting. 13 performances at Abravanel Hall.
  • Formed the SCERA Arts Outreach partnership with the Scera Theater.
  • Maintained high student achievement in language arts, math, and science for several years in a row.
  • Focus on every child every day through the professional learning community process.

Scera Park Elementary Mission Statement:
High levels of well-rounded learning for every child every day.

Scera Park Elementary Map

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Sego Lily Elementary

Principal:
Courtney Johnson
Address:
550 E. 900 N., Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Road Runner
School Colors:
Purple
Homepage:
About Sego Lily Elementary

Sego Lily Elementary has a long tradition of outstanding teachers who care about their students. Sego was one of the first elementary schools in Alpine School District and was originally built in 1894 as a one-room schoolhouse. An additional room was added in 1913. Sego Lily’s current building was originally built in 1956.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Sego Lily ranked in the 94th percentile in 2012 UCAS report for achievement and progress.
  • Sego Lily has several after school programs such as: Fit Club, Robotics Club, and Chess Club.
  • Recipient of Disney’s Planet Challenge Award.
  • Science Demo Team that exercises students teaching students principles.
  • Two A.L.L. programs in 5th and 6th grades.

Sego Lily Elementary Mission Statement:

Learning, our responsibility. Meaning it is all of our responsibility to work together to ensure student learning, i.e. teachers, staff, parents, administration, and students.

Sego Lily Elementary Map

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Sharon Elementary

Principal:
Linda Anderson
Address:
525 N 400 E Orem, Ut 84058
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Mascot:
Soaring Seagulls
School Colors:
Blue and White
Homepage:

Shelley Elementary

Principal:
Mike Ericksen
Address:
602 N 200 W American Fork, Ut 84003
Phone:
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Mascot:
Explorers
School Colors:
Royal Blue & White
Homepage:
About Shelley Elementary

Shelley Elementary Shelley Elementary School first opened in 1966, with an enrollment of about 350 students. It was built on land purchased from George F. Shelley, life-long resident of American Fork, after whom the school was named. His portrait, presented at the school’s dedication still hangs at the entrance to the school.

Shelley elementary currently houses over 1,000 students. During the 2008-2009 school year the school underwent a major construction project adding 16 classrooms, a beautiful and welcoming entry way, and a new office suite, as well as completely remodeling the kitchen area.

Shelley Elementary has a rich tradition of excellence in both academics and in the arts. Special programs include our “Shelley Sounds” school chorus, a before and after school art program, Service Club, Battle of the Books, Knowledge Bowl, Story-Telling, Shelley Sprinters, Walk-a-Thon, Renaissance Fair, Colonial Days, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Pioneer Trek, Time Machine Biographies, and more.

We enjoy and benefit from strong parent support in our PTA as well as our School Community Council. Literally hundreds of parents donate their time as they volunteer in our Take-Home Reading Library, our STAR Reading program, and as room mothers or helpers in individual classrooms.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • We have an amazing Service Club with over 80 5th and 6th grade students who give their time to do paper recycling, oversee the school Food Drive and Service with Smiles community support projects, volunteer as classroom helpers before or after their regular school day, help as Peer Mediators during lunch recess, and help with Monday Morning announcements.
  • Our student Knowledge Bowl Teams consistently place in the top ten teams from across the district in the annual Alpine District Knowledge Bowl tournament.
  • In the new UCAS school accountability system, Shelley Elementary scored 266/300 in both the areas of Student Growth and of Student Proficiency for a total of 532/600 overall points. This placed us in the 91 percentile of schools in the state of Utah.
  • Over the past three years, we have established the delightful tradition of having a grand opening day theme to welcome the students back to start the new school year. Students have arrived to a “Red Carpet Welcome,” have been “Cheered on the a Great New School Year,” and have celebrated themselves as true “Champions of Learning!”

Shelley Elementary Mission Statement:
Shelley Elementary collaborative teams teach essential core standards and use common assessments to evaluate performance and identify instructional strategies that: “Champion Individual Student Learning!”

Shelley Elementary Map

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Snow Springs Elementary

Principal:
Shelley Schroeder
Address:
850 S. 1700 W., Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Dragon
School Colors:
Blue and White
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About Snow Springs Elementary

Snow Springs Elementary

Snow Springs opened up the fall of 2000. It is located in Lehi and was the first west school. Since then, as the area has grown we have split 4 times. Currently we have 1038 wonderful students with a staff of 85 to keep them safe, working and learning! Although we have gone through intense changes at Snow Springs, our staff and parents have been able to provide a consistent and enriching education for all. We are proud of our ability to adapt and do what is right for students. We thank our PTA and SCC for their constant support.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Winner of Jazz Read-A-Thon for 8 years 10 years running.
  • Yearly Writing Festival involving all students.
  • Art Week
  • Home of Character Traits
  • STAR for Tutoring with adults and cross-age

Snow Springs Elementary Mission Statement:

Each Day We Will: Discover, Reach Higher, Encourage, Achieve, Make A Difference, (DREAM)

Snow Springs Elementary Map

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Suncrest Elementary

Principal:
Tom Freeman
Address:
668 W 150 N Orem, Ut 84057
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Mascot:
Stallions
School Colors:
Red, White and Blue
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About Suncrest Elementary

Suncrest Elementary opened for the first time for the 1986-1987 school year. It was a new home for the students who had been attending school at Spencer Elementary, built in 1912. Suncrest currently has 486 students, comprised of a diverse cultural backgrounds. The academic support programs that are offered at Suncrest include: Title I Preschool, All-Day Kindergarten, Reading Recovery, Extended Day for grades 1-6, N.W.E.A. Adaptive Testing, Homework Helpers, ELL Para-Professionals, Extra Time and Support Aides, Weekly Technology Instruction, and Road to Success.

Suncrest and 4H work together to provide a wide variety of after-school clubs allowing oppor-tunities to explore new interests. The Galaxy program for 6th graders promotes leadership and community citizenship. Students at Suncrest are able to use computers, iPads, Kindles and interactive boards to bolster their learning experiences. The PTA members are active in promoting school activities, including Moms and Muffins, Dads and Donuts, and fundraisers to support the school.

The School Community Council meets monthly to discuss school-wide concerns and how best to allocate school resources. This year, our students are participating with teachers in Thinking Maps training, a program to teach students to organize thoughts using eight different organizers to fit any subject or task.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Suncrest received an award from the State of Utah in 2011 for being one of the high achieving Title I schools in the state.
  • Students in the Galaxy program have successfully raised over $5500 for the school in the past three years
  • Suncrest students have consistently achieved school-wide goals for Road to Success home reading minutes.
  • Suncrest Knowledge Bowl teams have performed at a high level in each district competition.
  • Many of our grade-level teams were presented with an award from Superintendent Henshaw for excellence in collaborative teams.

Suncrest Elementary Mission Statement:
Suncrest is a safe, positive environment where students, parents, and staff learn and work together for excellence in education. We will celebrate differences, foster enthusiasm for learning, promote high student achievement, and develop caring, responsible citizens who will be prepared to creatively solve problems in a changing world.

Suncrest Elementary Map

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Thunder Ridge Elementary

Principal:
Jason Theler
Address:
264 N. 750 W. Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
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Mascot:
Raptors
School Colors:
Blue, Green and Silver
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About Thunder Ridge Elementary

Thunder Ridge Elementary Thunder Ridge Elementary opened in August 2011. Within two months of the school opening we had a tremendous School Community Council, PTA Board, and School Choir. We implemented an innovative “flex-time” model to support learners at all levels, we’ve organized a Recess Before Lunch model that improves student nutrition, and we have high-functioning Student Council. Our school started teaching the common core one year ahead of schedule and our specialty teachers provide incredible instruction in PE, Music, Art. and Computers. We have a technology rich teaching environment with interactive white boards in nearly every classroom.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • The school won 2011 Council PTA Involvement Award
  • Our PTA President won 2011 Council “Spirit of PTA” Award
  • Bob Larson won the 2011 Council Golden Apple Outstanding Educator Award
  • Darcey Williams won 2011 Council Golden Apple Outstanding Volunteer Award
  • Jason Theler won 2011 Council Outstanding Administrator Award

Thunder Ridge Elementary Mission Statement:
Teaming with parents and the community to provide a nurturing environment that inspires outstanding academics and citizenship for all students.

Work hard. Learn well. Play often.

Thunder Ridge Elementary Map

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Traverse Mountain Elementary

Principal:
Ilene Strong
Address:
2500 W. Chapel Ridge Rd., Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Tiger
School Colors:
Green, Silver and Orange
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About Traverse Mountain Elementary

Traverse Mountain Elementary is located in northern Lehi in the Traverse Mountain Community. The school opened in 2010 with 650 students. The community continues to grow along with the enrollment which is currently at nearly 900 students. Traverse Mountain has a Lead Team of 90 students who help keep the school safe as conflict managers. Our PTA and School Community Council actively advocate for all students.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • 2011 State Champions – UDOT Walk More in Four
  • 2011 State Office of Education $25,000 Technology Grant
  • 2012 Crayola Creativity Alive $3,000 Grant
  • 2012 Lego Robotics Championship Team
  • 2012 Student Achievement – Percent Proficiency:
    Language Arts 93%, Math 94%, Science 93%

Traverse Mountain Elementary Mission Statement:

LEAD: Learn, Encourage, Achieve, & Dream!

Traverse Mountain Elementary Map

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Valley View Elementary

Principal:
Carl C. Stubbs
Address:
941 Orchard Dr., Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
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Mascot:
Hawk
School Colors:
Blue and Gold
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About Valley View Elementary

Valley View Elementary, once dubbed “the jewel of Alpine School District” opened in 1966 with Mr. Robert Emal as the first Principal, Secretary Afton Fryer, 7 teachers and 148 students. The school was built in a U shape with no walls separating classes making it a “multigrade school for team teaching” according to a news article that year. Valley View is truly a neighborhood school where many of these first students have grandchildren attending now.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Valley View students have won the Strawberry Days Relay race for 12 years.
  • Have had a 6th grade major production 8 years running.
  • Produce and host a student art show.
  • Three past Valley View teachers are now Alpine School District Principals.
  • Our 4th graders pan for gold, make old fashioned butter and learn how to make bow & drill fires, paper bag teepees and use an atlatl among other great things during their annual Pioneer Celebration.

Valley View Elementary Mission Statement:
We all step up to learning

Valley View Elementary Map

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Vineyard Elementary

Principal:
Sylvia Allan
Address:
620 E Holdaway Rd. Vineyard, Ut 84058
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Mascot:
Vikings
School Colors:
Red and Black
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About Vineyard Elementary

Vineyard Elementary started at the old Spencer Elementary in 1977. The new building was complete and ready to move in the fall of 1978. In 2004 Utah Valley University purchased the Vineyard Elementary building and a new building was constructed for us in our present location.

Vineyard Elementary is a Title I school and we have the great opportunity to work with a diverse demographic background among our students. Our current student population is 784. Our boundaries encompass the cities of Vineyard and Orem. Our PTA members are consistently active in promoting school activities, including Dads and Donuts, Red Ribbon Week, Book Fairs and a 5K fundraiser to help support our school. Our School Community Council meets quarterly to discuss school-wide concerns and how to best allocate school resources.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Battle of the Books – Our own media specialist, Keely Giles, began Battle of the Books here at Vineyard in 2010 for the purpose of encouraging students to read more. Now there are more that 20 schools in our district participating in the program thanks to Mrs. Giles encouragement.
  • FLEX during the school day. This is a time when teachers can keep students who need extra help with them while the majority of students go on to other classes.
  • Technology – All of our classroom are equipped with Smartboards, projectors, and document cameras. Smartboards are interactive whiteboards where an image can be projected and manipulated. We have also purchased an iPad portable lab.
  • Extensions – This is a before school program where students are given appropriate interventions in Reading, Writing, Word Work, Math and Oral Language. We feel like we have in place a effective system of interventions to make sure we are answering the 4 essential questions.
  • Continuous improvement on our test scores in the area of Language Arts for the past 4 years. Our scores have gone from 77% proficient to 88% proficient. Our academic focus for this year is in Math and Science. We look forward to showing achievement and growth in all three areas.
  • Northwest Evaluation Association – This assessment replaces the year end CRT assessment. The benefits of NEWA are that it is given 3 times a year which facilitates teachers in data driven instruction. We can target specific concepts to meet individual student learning.

Vineyard Elementary Mission Statement:
Educate students by nurturing and inspiring for engaged life-long learning.

Vineyard Elementary Map

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Westfield Elementary

Principal:
Salonna Thomas
Address:
380 S Long Dr. Alpine, Ut 84004
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Mascot:
Wolf
School Colors:
Blue and Silver
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About Westfield Elementary

Westfield Elementary opened in the fall of 2000, alleviating pressure from overcrowded Alpine and Highland Elementary Schools. The A.L.L. program for Fifth and Sixth Graders began at the beginning of the 2011-12 and has been a great success these past two years. Academically Westfield was ranked #15 of the top 30 schools in the state of Utah.

With the help of Westfield’s Student Association, the student body has donated over 3,600 food items to the Utah County Food Bank in the past two years. They also helped raise enough money through candy cane sales to donate $1000.00 to Quarters for Christmas last year, and this year the money earned will go to support building of homes for the needy in Mexico.

Our PTA is extremely dedicated in their support of “what’s best for students.” In their quest, they donate untold hours of time, energy and effort in behalf of our students, parents and teachers. PTA facilitates M.O.M. Art, Rad Kids and K-2nd grade Take Home Reading.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • UCAS score for 2011-2012 – 570/600
  • A.L.L. for 5th & 6th grade students
  • Westfield ranked #15 statewide regarding CRT scores
  • An Excellent Before/After School Orchestra program began in 2012-2013
  • A school musical is produced every other year

Westfield Elementary Mission Statement:

To create an environment where each student is inspired to think, to learn, to achieve and to care.

Westfield Elementary Map

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Westmore Elementary

Principal:
John Shelton
Address:
1150 South Main, Orem, UT 84058
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Mascot:
Wildcats
School Colors:
Blue and White
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About Westmore Elementary

Westmore Elementary Westmore was constructed in 1950 and was the building the “most west” in the southern part of Orem at that time, and was thus named “Westmore”. We currently have 450 students in PK-6. The diversity and uniqueness of our students, staff, and parents help to make Westmore a great place We are currently undergoing reconstruction which will provide a brand new Westmore set to open in fall 2013.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Labeled a “High Achieving Schools” from the latest UCAS reports.
  • Increased science proficiency scores from 44 to 81% over the last eight years.

Westmore Elementary Mission Statement:
Westmore Empowers Students To be Motivated, Optimistic, Responsible and Educated.

Westmore Elementary Map

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Windsor Elementary

Principal:
Craig Jensen
Address:
1315 North Main, Orem, UT 84057
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Mascot:
Wildcats
School Colors:
Blue and Gold
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About Windsor Elementary

Windsor Elementary

Windsor Elementary opened its doors in 1956 and currently has 578 students that attend. Windsor Elementary is a Title 1 school and has a great opportunity to work with a diverse demographic among its students. Among our student body, 45% are minority and 32% are english language learners. Windsor currently has a staff of 25 teachers who are highly dedicated and committed to provide the best education possible for all of our students.

Awards & Accomplishments:

  • Community ran after school literacy program–W.E.A.L.T.H.
  • Highly Committed faculty and staff.
  • High Levels and continuous improvement in student learning.

Windsor Elementary Mission Statement:

Prepare-Inspire-Empower Lifelong Learners

Windsor Elementary Map

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