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What a great final few days of school celebrating many of our students and having some fun and memorable times together as a school community before our summer recess! Because of roof reconstruction over the summer, we will not be a host school for the Summer Food Service Program (see details and participating schools below). We wish for you a safe and relaxing summer--don't forget to read with your children! We look forward to having our students back on campus Wednesday, August 21.

Students will have the opportunity to get free hot, home-made meals this summer as part of Jordan School District’s Summer Food Service Program. All students 18 years old and younger are welcome to enjoy free breakfast and lunch, Monday through Friday starting June 3, and continuing through August 2. No meal service will be available June 17, July 4, 5, & 24. See flyer HERE.

The free meals will be available at five locations:

  • Majestic Elementary School, 7430 S. Redwood Road, West Jordan
  • Heartland Elementary School, 1451 West 7000 South, West Jordan
  • Westvale Elementary School, 2300 West Gardner Lane, West Jordan
  • Columbia Elementary School, 3503 West 7800 South, West Jordan
  • Joel P. Jensen Middle School, 8105 South 3200 West, West Jordan

Breakfast service is from 8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
Lunch service is from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

We encourage you to visit SKYWARD often to check grades and school lunch balances. While visiting the SKYWARD Family Access site, please make sure your account information is accurate. Please update your phone numbers, email addresses, and/or emergency contacts as they change throughout the school year.

Watch this short YouTube video to find out how. [Traducir SKYWARD al español. Mire este vídeo de YouTube para ver cómo.]

We’re excited to offer another year of a Jordan School District Child Development Center Preschool program at our school! Registration for the 2024-25 school year opens March 4, 2024 @ 9 AM. Families who are interested and want more information or to register should visit THIS LINK. See this FLYER for more information (also available in the office).
¡Ofrecemos preescolar!  La inscripción para el año escolar 2024/25 comienza el 4 de marzo de 2024 a las 9 AM. Las familias interesadas que quieran más información deben visitar para registrarse. También tenemos folletos con más información disponibles en la oficina.

Children who have turned 4 as of September 1, 2024 are welcome to join our Family Learning Center Preschool. Classes will be offered for free two days a week (beginning in September). Each child must have an adult with them for each session in order to attend classes. Sign-ups for the 2024-25 school year will begin in August. 

Our school social worker, Mrs. Robinson, has supported many students and their families for many years. As a result of her work, she has put together a list of helpful resources for parents. Her June 2024 year-end summary letter is here: ENGLISH or EN ESPAÑOL
Please see her 2023 letter at THIS LINK, and a flyer about free parenting coaching at THIS LINK

Jordan School District recently sponsored a one hour bullying prevention seminar through the Cook Center. Several of our school staff members watched it and found it very useful. The seminar was focused on helping families understand bullying and how to support their children. A recording of the seminar is available for free at THIS LINK.

Oquirrh will support our students socially and emotionally this year using In Focus curriculum. Students face unique challenges, and well-being life skills are critical during these formative years. This curriculum which focuses on well-being helps students develop the skills they need to navigate challenges and build a foundation for success.

Oquirrh opened a fully-staffed Wellness Center in August 2019! Watch a short introduction video HERE to see more about how it works. A 10-minute visit to the Wellness Center gives all students an opportunity to regroup, recharge, and proactively manage their emotions in healthy ways. We understand that learning can be hard work and sometimes the social-emotional part of a child's day can be especially challenging. A trip to the Wellness Center can provide needed support and a safe place for students to prepare to get back to work in their job as students and friends in our school community. In Focus is a curriculum we use to help our students: Learn about emotions and how to manage them; know how to set positive goals and achieve them; develop social skills, such as communication, teamwork, and problem-solving; and understand how stress can affect their well-being and learn how to deal with it.

2024-25 PTA Memberships are available for $5 in the school office or by electronic membership payments. This is a great way to help support our school to help fund field trips and extra curricular activities for our students.

Thank you for your continued support. Please call us with your questions at 801-565-7474 from 8:15-3:45, Monday through Friday.

Jennifer Ludlow