Alpine School District

Student Educational Equity (S.E.E.)

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

In 2018, Alpine School District’s theme was Every One Matters. In 2019, the ASD’s theme was Shine Alpine! And in 2020, ASD’s theme is One community, one vision! The powerful words within these themes over the years have sent a strong message; one of mutual respect, inclusion, dignity, and love!

Often times in education we hear the message: be a change agent; one that as our district’s mission states, educates all students to inspire learning and protect our freedoms, one that speaks up when injustices are occurring in plain sight and one that creates a culture of inclusivity, dignity and love for all students. As educators, the work starts with each of us. The conversations start with each of us. The change starts with each of us.

Let’s engage in this conversation. This is an opportunity to exercise the aspirations contained in our Vision for Learning, particularly communication, collaboration, character, citizenship. Below are some resources for building a culture of mutual respect, inclusion, dignity, and love.

What is Educational Equity?

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

Consultation/Collaboration for Student Access & Success in the areas of:

Our Programs
Street of Colorful Houses


A cultural awareness 101 training that Alpine School District has adopted for all educators.

Various Colored Lockers

Culturally Responsive Education

Acknowledges, responds to, and celebrates fundamental cultures offers full, equitable access to education for students from all cultures

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.

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.

Group Of Smiling Preschool Students

Title 1

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

Kid in library


We are here to support students that may be experiencing homelessness

The Equity Team

Annya Becerra

Elementary Level TSA

Noelia Ricks

Elementary Level TSA

Evaluce Quintero

Title VI Director

Dr. Richard Thomas

Secondary Level TSA

Amanda Phillips


Sonia Molina Openshaw

Administrative Assistant

Rocio Galvez

Administrative Assistant

July Murphy

Choose a Service

More information is available for each within their respective forms. For further questions or an urgent request, please contact ASD Student Educational Equity at 801-610-8521


Services May Include:
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • Discipline Offense notifications
  • Progress/Assessments
  • New student orientations
  • Communications afforded English speaking students


Typical Documents Include:
  • Letters and notices
  • Permission slips
  • District/school forms
  • Flyers or newsletters
  • Documents afforded to English speaking tudents

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.