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Volunteers

Thank you for volunteering to help at Bonneville Elementary!

Please remember to record your time at nmb1031@gmail.com 

Schedule an SEP conference!

SEP week is February 4th – 8th

Appointments can be made starting  January 17,2019 until January 26, 2019.

Please sign up by clicking on the icon below:

 

Online Scheduler

Kindergarten Tours of Bonneville Elementary

Dear Bonneville Kindergarten Parents,

Kindergarten is right around the corner and the 2019-2020 school year is only a few months away. If you are a prospective kindergarten parent and would like a tour, sign up here. I am excited to meet our future students and parents.  

Thank you,

Miss Endo

Principal

Bonneville Elementary

 

Bonneville Ski and Snowboard Program

Mandatory orientation meeting on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 6:30 in the Bonneville Auditorium. 

Grades 3-6 are invited participate in the Bonneville Ski and Snowboard Program at  Brighton Ski Resort.

Dates: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/22, 3/1, and 3/8  Time:  1:30 – 3:30.

Register in person at Central City Rec Center, 615 South 300 East

Contact Information:  Deverie Bradley email: dbradley@slco.org

Cost: $270 per participant 

Register

 

Open Enrollment

School Choice

For the coming school year, students interested in enrolling in a Salt Lake City School District school, who live outside the district or school boundaries, may submit an Open Enrollment Application during the Early Open Enrollment period from December 1, 2018 through February 15, 2019. For your convenience applications are available online.

Students may apply for enrollment in schools designated as “Open” to transfer. Selected schools, programs and grades may be at capacity for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year and not available as a choice for out-of-resident students.  A list of schools accepting open enrollment applications for the coming school year may be obtained after November 30, 2018 from slcschools.org or by calling Student Services at (801)578-8206.

Students who wish to attend a school outside their neighborhood boundaries and are currently enrolled in 6th grade must apply for transfer to the middle school of their choice and 8th grade students must make application for their high school of choice during the Early Open Enrollment window.

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A currently enrolled nonresident student shall be permitted to remain enrolled, subject to the same rules and standards as resident students, without renewed applications in subsequent years unless any of the following occurs:

  • The student graduates or is no longer a Utah resident;
  • The student is suspended or expelled from school;
  • The district determines that school enrollment will exceed the open enrollment threshold;

If the transfer of a currently enrolled student is being rejected for the coming year, parents will be notified by March 15, 2019.

School Emergency Plan

Dear Parents:

The Salt Lake City School District, in collaboration with the SLC Police Department, SLC Fire Department, parents, teachers, and city preparedness coordinators, has created an Emergency Preparedness Plan to give direction to all affected individuals in the event of an emergency at Bonneville Elementary School.

The emergency plan details the steps to be taken by district and school staff in the event of severe weather, natural disasters, intruders, utility break/disruptions, or other emergencies that may affect our school community. The plan outlines procedures designed to keep district students and staff safe while under our care. The plan also details the various trainings that will be provided to school staff, and the emergency drills in which students will participate.  Details of an emergency evacuation location for each school are also included. In most evacuation situations you can pick up your Bonneville Elementary student at:

Clayton Middle School

1740 S. 1900 E.

Salt Lake City, Utah 84108

In the event of an emergency or evacuation, Bonneville Elementary School will provide you with updated information by phone and/or social media, if possible.  For more information about your school’s emergency plan, please contact the principal or front office staff.

Sincerely,

Lisa Endo

Principal, Bonneville Elementary

 

 

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