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Welcome to Rose Creek Elementary!

November 2019

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I am looking forward to seeing many of you at our Parent Teacher Conferences this week. Faculty members have been working hard in preparation for their meetings with you and your child. Please call the office if you don’t have an appointment scheduled yet. Thank you for making conferences an important part of your week.

I encourage you to visit our web site often. Lara Smith is our webmaster and she does a wonderful job keeping the information up to date and informative. We both hope that you will find it easy to navigate and filled with pertinent information. Please note the LAND Trust summary of accomplishments. It reviews six goals that were set last year and funded by the LAND Trust program. Our School Community Council works closely with me in making funding and program decisions and I appreciate their hard work and devotion to our staff and students. Additionally, please review two other pages on our website: Student Conduct and Dress Code and Code of Conduct.

We are close to a one-to-one status with Chrome books in 1-6th grade. Staff members take digital safety seriously and monitor devices closely. All teachers use LanSchool, which is a program that allows a teacher to see all student screens at any time and from any location. The teacher may terminate internet access quickly, if needed.

You should have a received information about the new procedure for volunteering in the school. In a nutshell, all volunteers are required to watch a student safety video prior to volunteering. If you are currently a volunteer and have already been fingerprinted, stop by the office after viewing the video and ask the secretary to sign a volunteer form.

I want to make you are aware of our monthly emergency drills. We utilize Incident Command procedures, which allows us to coordinate closely with emergency responders. Mrs. Lassig has developed a reunification plan for Rose Creek. This gives us a systematic approach for reunifying families in the event of an emergency. Please see the information below.

I love being the principal at Rose Creek Elementary. We have a highly qualified staff, caring students, and wonderful families. I have MUCH to be grateful for!

Tami Bird

Incident Command – Reunification Plan
In the event of an emergency, we may need to reunify students with their parents or guardians. Jordan School District has implemented concrete steps in order to ensure this process runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible. The most critical piece of information for parents to be aware of is to keep their Skyward emergency list updated, as students will only be released to someone who is stated on this list. Please view Rose Creek's Reunification Plan. We appreciate any feedback you may have on this plan.

School Community Council
Do you want to be part of important decision making at Rose Creek?
School Community Council applications are available in the office and this link. The deadline for submitting applications is September 18. Learn more about School Community Council here.

New Students

Contact the office staff at 801-254-8082 and visit this link for student enrollment information.

Upcoming Events

Parent Teacher Conference and Book Fair
Wednesday, November 6 & Thursday, November 7

PTA Meeting
Monday, November 11, 1:30 pm

Spirit Week
Monday, November 11 - Friday, November 15

Learning Traits

September: The Learning Pit and Growth Mindset
October: Empathy
November: Resilience
December: Flexibility
January: Optimism
February: Courage
March: Ownership
April: Persistence
May: Curiosity

Boundaries for 2019-2020 School Year

Boundaries for the 2019-2020 school year have been decided. Please go to the following link for all of the information you might need regarding permits and boundaries:

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Mission Statement
Our mission is to ensure that all students and staff learn and lead at high levels.

School Goals
We’ve had great growth over the past few years and want to keep that going! Our students are working on the following two goals. We could sure use your help to meet our Lexia goals!

1. Score above 55% on SAGE Reading/Writing by June 2018.

2. Have 85% of all students complete assigned Lexia minutes weekly.