Alpine School District

Student Educational Access and Opportunity

Educating all students to inspire learning through equity of opportunity and achievement


In the PDC at 575 N 100 E, American Fork, UT


Community Message

Community Message:

 Focus on what matters most as a theme is an invitation to reflect about where we have been, where we are at, and where we are heading toward ensuring high levels of learning for every student. In this journey, through an equity lens, we pursue the vision for learning by proactively providing equitable academic, social and emotional well-being learning environments. 

  • Priorities: High-quality instructional support provides access to opportunities for each student’s academic success and well-being. Utilizing data identifies and measures our impact on student learning and achievement. 
  • People: Increased community engagement helps develop relationships and together champion each student’s unique educational needs.
  • Processes: Establishing a culture of belonging and inclusivity for our students and communities leads to equitable educational opportunities and outcomes. 


Join us in our efforts to create an inclusive, equitable, and excellent educational experience for Every Student.

Educational Equity Boucher

What is Educational Equity?

Educational Equity refers to the conditions that support high levels of academic success and well-being for every student.

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Our Programs
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Title I

We work with schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards

Child Reading

Title III

The purpose of Title III is to help ensure that English learners (ELs) attain English language proficiency and meet state academic standards.

Petroglyph on Red Rock

Title VI

Federally funded program to enrich the education of American Indian and Alaskan Native students by supplementing with educational support and cultural programs to help in a student’s overall success of their educational experience and learning.

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We are here to support students that may be experiencing homelessness

Our Team

Annya Becerra

Elementary Level TSA

Evaluce Quintero

Elementary Level TSA

Noelia Ricks

Secondary Level TSA

Amanda Phillips

Title VI/ Refugee Coordinator

Ann Marie Sherman


Sonia Molina Openshaw

Alpine Family literacy Program coordinator

Sheral Thueson

Administrative Assistant

Rocio Galvez

Administrative Assistant

Luz Maria Lozano

Choose a Service

All the services are offered by a third party. Please keep in mind that it may take 5-7 days to process the request.

For more information visit each form.  Thank you for your patience.

For further questions, please contact ASD Student Educational Equity at 801-610-8442


(On-demand virtual/phone calls only)
Services May Include:

  • Parent-Teacher Conferences

    Student Registration
  • Discipline Offense notifications
  • Progress/Assessments

    IEP meetings
  • New student orientation

(5 business/day minimum request time needed )

Typical Documents Include:
  • Letters and notices
  • Permission slips
  • District/school forms
  • Flyers or newsletters
  • Birth certificates


    Other legal records



Please check school websites for school based resources, such as bell schedules and school meals. Employees should visit the Alpine Employe Gateway for employee specific resources. 

Registration is postponed until further notice.

Steps to Register


View the Clear Creek Camp Schedule in the “Registration FAQs” document. We recommend selecting a few dates in case your first choice sells out.


Once registration is open, click “Eventbrite Registration” and select the date of your choice.


Fill in all requested student registration information and pay the required registration fee.


Complete Student Information & Health Form.