NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice Public Hearing

 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

INDIAN EDUCATION PROGRAM

WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, the Washington County School District Indian Education Program will hold and conduct a public hearing to receive input from the public with respect to the issuance of and proposed budget of the U.S. Department of Education 2021-2022 Indian Education Formula Grant Program in the approximate amount of $118,000.00 based on the funding formula.  The program funds are designated for American Indian/Alaska Native student programs. The hearing will be held during a public meeting that is scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. on April 13, 2021 at the Coral Cliffs Professional Learning Center, 2040 West 2000 North, St. George, Utah.

Due to COVID-19, participation in this meeting at the location listed above will require those present to wear a mask and adhere to the physical distancing guidelines.

DATED this 31st day of March 2021.

2021 UCET Innovative Teacher

Michael Eves 2021 UCET Award

michael eves 2021 ucet award

Congratulations, to Hurricane Intermediate teacher Michael Eves who was  selected as a 2021 UCET Innovative Teacher. UCET, Utah Coalition for Educational Technology, https://ucet.org has an annual conference for Utah teachers to implement and teach the use of Educational Technology across K-12 education. This year’s conference was held virtually online on Saturday, March 20. 

This year UCET revamped the awards for this virtual year. Since our front-line classroom teachers have envisioned new ways to instruct, connect and virtually build their classrooms, one teacher in each district will be recognized as a UCET Innovative Teacher for 2021.

The Innovative Teaching Award recognizes teachers for supporting student learning through innovative teaching practices using technology. “Innovative teaching” employs teaching practices that are new or novel within the context of virtual or in-person classroom teaching that contribute to increased student learning. This award honors exceptional and innovative educators and raises awareness and exposure of the outstanding work being done by classroom teachers through innovative technology practices to create positive learning spaces during these unprecedented times.

The criteria for the Innovative Teaching Award include:

  • Full time classroom teacher in 2020-2021 school year
  • Innovativeness/novelty in approach
  • Evidence of contribution to student learning

2021-22 School Fee & Spend Plans

School Fees and Spend Plans

PUBLIC HEARING – 2021-2022 SCHOOL FEE SCHEDULE AND SCHOOL SPEND PLANS

The Washington County Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 4:45 p.m. to receive public comment on the proposed 2021-2022 School Fee Schedule and School Spend Plans.

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PUBLIC HEARING - BOND PROJECT ITEM CHANGE

The Washington County Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 4:40 p.m. to receive public comment on a proposed change to the approved 2019-2023 Bond Projects that would add $240,000 for HVAC controls at Lava Ridge Intermediate.

 

Public Hearing Notices

PUBLIC HEARING - BOND PROJECT ITEM CHANGE

The Washington County Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, February 22, 2021 at 5:20 p.m. to receive public comment on a proposed change to the approved 2019-2023 Bond Projects that would add $140,000 for HVAC controls at Riverside Elementary.


PUBLIC HEARING – 2021-2022 SCHOOL FEE SCHEDULE AND SCHOOL SPEND PLANS

The Washington County Board of Education will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, February 22, 2021 at 5:25 p.m. to receive public comment on the proposed 2021-2022 School Fee Schedule and School Spend Plans.

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New Principal - SCES

James Lowe

James Lowe - Principal, Santa Clara Elementary

james lowe

James grew up in St. George where he attended Santa Clara Elementary, Sunset Elementary, Snow Canyon Middle, and Snow Canyon High. He graduated from Dixie State University with a bachelor’s of education, Walden University with a master’s in education with an
emphasis in educational technology. He then earned his administrative certificate from SUU.

James is completing his 16th year in the District. During his career, he has taught 2nd and 3rd grades, and he has been a Learning Coach and a Title 1 Site Coordinator. He has worked at Sandstone Elementary, Coral Canyon Elementary, Coral Cliffs Elementary, Panorama Elementary, and he is excited to start a new adventure as the principal of Santa Clara Elementary.

James married his high school sweetheart and they have 4 children ranging in age from 18 to 9 years old. They love spending time outdoors hiking, camping, and looking for adventures in the beautiful southwest desert. James also enjoys nature photography and reading non-fiction books.

He has a passion for working with students and loves knowing he can make a difference in their lives. Although he will miss the students, parents, and staff he is currently working with, he can’t wait for all the new friendships he will make at Santa Clara.