Special Board Meeting today 1:00 p.m. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/93995612373?pwd=NDlDNk1OOHNXakdEUDFOYUtsQXNOQT09 Meeting ID: 939 9561 2373 Password: 097013
Today, Governor Gary R. Herbert announced that Utah schools will continue on a soft-closure for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Read more here: https://www.ssummit.org/covid-19-coronavirus--7
Statewide school dismissal extended through May 1, 2020, announced by Gov. Herbert
Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020 South Summit School District will go on a "school closure" as per recommendation of Summit County Dept of Health. If students need anything from school prior to spring break they MUST get it on Friday, March 20th.
Nominate your favorite teacher for Educator of the Year! Click here https://www.ssummit.org/o/ed-foundation/page/educator-awards Nominations are open until March 27, 2020.
State-wide school dismissal March 16-March 27, 2020.
No School Monday, March 16, 2020. Professional Development Day for Teachers.
School board precincts 1, 2 & 3 are up for election in 2020. The filing period is March 13 8:00 AM-March 19 5:00 PM. Candidates interested in filing for public office must appear in person at County Clerk office (60 N. Main Coalville) during business hours.
Students & staff are safe. Unidentified smell noticed in elementary school. To insure safety of students & staff, fire department was notified to ID smell. Ambulance & police also responded. All students are safe. If safety is jeopardized, we'll send announcement.
Next Steps Survey The Board of Education wants to hear from you. Please complete a survey to provide vital information on the next steps the District should take to address growth in our area. https://www.ssummit.org/future-vision-bond
Official Results from Summit County: For the Issuance of Bonds: 1,352 Against the Issuance of Bonds: 1,455
SSHS parents: Students are safe. Power is out. Phones are not working. Internet is down. Students may check out of school with parent permission.
SSES and SSMS parents: Kids are safe. Power is out. Phones are not working. Internet is down. Please do not come to the school yet. For now we are holding classes as normal as possible. We are loving the opportunity of thinking outside the box. Dismissal time will remain as usual.
Help save lives at the American Red Cross Blood Drive, Wed. Oct. 2 in the small gym at South Summit High School, 10am - 4pm. Save time by making an appointment at redcrossblood.org or email email@example.com. Students 16 and older can donate with parental permission.
Youth Cheer Day Camp Saturday, October 5th 9-noon Grades K-8th For more info and registration link online @ https://forms.gle/qrH8tUevVaGjwuGr8
Parents, Summit County Sheriff's Office asked all schools in Kamas to go into "Shelter in Place" this afternoon for a short amount of time, which means that normal activity within the school resumes, but nobody is allowed in or out of the schools. No students or staff were in danger and by keeping the doors locked and not allowing entrance from from the outside we continued to keep them safe. The shelter in place was removed today at 2:25 p.m. and bus transportation resumed their regularly scheduled routes. Elementary students may be slightly delayed because of the delay leaving the school with secondary students. We appreciate the partnership with our local law enforcement. Please contact the School District Office if you have any questions or concerns. (435) 783-4301. Dr. Shad E. Sorenson
School will begin as scheduled on August 21, 2019; All buildings have been inspected and are deemed safe to occupy.
Surplus Property: 2010 Chev Malibu LS; 2.4 L Ecotec DOHC 4 cyl Engine; 4 spd Auto Trans; 68,780 Miles; Min bid: $4,600.00. Vehicles may be inspected by appt: 435-783-2373. Bids due by 3:00 PM 7-31-19. Send to Adam Robinson, So Summit School District, 285 E 400 S, Kamas, UT 84036
South Summit High School internship program opens doors for students. https://www.parkrecord.com/news/south-summit-high-school-internship-program-opens-doors-for-students/
“Should teens work?” “There are certainly undeniable advantages to having a job during high school. Teens who work gain important skills—not just vocationally, but also interpersonally."(blog.collegevine.com) Interested in job opportunities for your teen! http://bit.ly/2GBXBIo
Community Meeting March 21st 6:00-6:25 p.m. HS Gym (immediately prior to Front Line/Blue Line): Learn about the proposed bond and how it will impact you.
Deadline is TOMORROW, March 1st for Educator of the Year nominations. Get yours in today! http://southsummitfoundation.org/programs/excellent-educator-award/
South Summit Education Foundation scholarship applications are now available. Get up to $1,000 towards your college education. Visit http://southsummitfoundation.org/programs/student-scholarships/ for more information and to apply.
Nominate your favorite teacher and support staff for "Educator of the Year". Go to http://southsummitfoundation.org/programs/excellent-educator-award/
Teen Talk at South Summit High School, Feb. 28th 6-8 p.m.
Register for Feb & Mar after-school programs at the Middle School. Cross country skiing, Painting Techniques & YouTheater acting classes available! Scholarships available. For info & to register, go to https://ysaparkcity.org/activ8 and click on South Summit Middle School link.
Based on feedback from surveys, admin, & personal contact; Supt will recommend this calendar for Board of Ed approval. Final approval is their responsibility & is subject to change. You're invited to give feedback on this recommendation to Supt or Board. https://5il.co/64sw
An apple a day keeps the doctor away! #nationalschoollunchweek #NSLW18 #southsummitschooldistrict
Know Before You Vote Here are some informational media pieces that provide facts regarding Question 1 that will be on this November's ballot. https://www.sltrib.com/news/politics/2018/09/02/utah-voters-have-crowded/ https://www.q1facts.com/
Please, please, please help keep our kids safe! Stop when you see the school bus "STOP" arm down. http://www.schoolbusfleet.com/news/730974/national-stop-arm-survey-counts-over-80k-illegal-passes-of-school-buses
Breakfast is available for students! Elem: $1.25 from 8:30-8:50 a.m. Middle: $1.25 from 7:15-7:35 a.m. High: $1.50 from 7:15-7:35 a.m.