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Parent Liaison

The Jordan School District offers some resources to our eight Title-One schools to promote safe/stable families within our district.
Our resources are to help our students to focus their attention on school. By helping families find resources, we stabilize the household and help our students focus on academics.

Areas of focus: Education Services, Health Services, and Financial Services

Promoting Safe & Stable Schools: 2022-2023 (English)

Promoting Safe & Stable Schools: 2022-2023 (Spanish)

If you need help in any of these areas, please contact the school, 801-565-7474
Monday through Thursday

School Location:
Oquirrh Elementary
7165 South Paddington Road (3400 West)
West Jordan, UT 84084

HEAT Program (October 1, 2022-April 30, 2023)
*Important information to read before you apply:

The Jordan School District is partnering with Home Energy Assistance Target (HEAT) to help our families within our school.
As a courtesy to help our families, we help you fill out the application and submit it to the HEAT office. The HEAT office can take 45 business days to finalize their evaluation and decision. If you have any questions or have not received a response after 45 business days, please contact the HEAT Office at: 801-521-6107.
If you have a 24 hour shut-off notice, please call 801-521-6107 in order to make an appointment with the HEAT office. Our personnel cannot help you at this point.

  • How to apply (English) (Spanish):
    If your children attend Oquirrh Elementary, call the school to make an appointment using the contact information below:
    Oquirrh Elementary

    7165 S. Paddington Road, West Jordan, UT 84084
    Contact Person: Susan Ah-Sha

Please bring the following documentation:

  1. Identification: For every one older than 18 in your household, current Driver’s License, State ID, or Permanent Resident Card.
  2. Social Security cards for yourself and EVERYONE living in your household.
  3. Proof of medical expenses you paid in the month prior to the month of your appointment.
  4. Proof of any child support and/or alimony you paid in the month prior to the month of your appointment.
  5. Proof of disability.
  6. Proof of a child in the home age five (5) and under (birth certificate, blessing certificate, etc.).
  7. Copies of current utilities bills for gas and electricity.
  8. Proof of all income received in the month prior to the month of your appointment.

For a copy of available services and contact information, click here.

Find a Food Pantry (click here)