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“Everything Changes”

by Cindy Phillips, Executive Director An ancient philosopher, Heraclitus of Ephesus, is attributed with first coining the phrase, “everything changes and nothing stands still.” The Weilenmann School …

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Middle School Summer Reading 2015

All MS students are required to read two books over the summer. One title should be from the list below. The other title may be of the …

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Teachers of the Year 2015

2014-15 Teachers of the Year

WSD faculty awards were announced at the school-wide Closing Assembly on June 5. Kate Hendrickson, Second Grade teacher, and Michele Jacobs, Special Education teacher, received “Teacher of …

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Spring Arts Festival Fundraiser 2015

Friday, May 29 at 12:00pm Bring family, friends and credit card to WSD’s year-end celebration of art and dance! All proceeds from the Festival go to Weilenmann …

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Nathan Hale

Learning Unforgettable History in an Unforgettable Way New York Times bestselling illustrator and graphic novelist, Nathan Hale, visited WSD all day on Wednesday, March 18, presenting “illustrated” …

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Parent Education Seminar – March 6, 2015

Kimberly Carraway, EdM March 6, 2015 from 1 – 3:00pm Weilenmann School of Discovery $20 per person at the door Educational expert, Kimberly Carraway, returns to WSD …

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Summer 2014 Information

Middle School Required Summer Reading The required summer reading list for MS students is now available. Summer Tutoring The following WSD teachers and staff are available for …

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Program Changes for 2012-13

by Mary Kimball, Principal, and Cindy Phillips, Middle School Dean We wish to announce the following program changes for the 2012 – 2013 school year: Lower School …

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Stoked on Socks

Weilenmann School of Discovery students in Brandy Tempel’s first grade class gathered 200 pairs of new socks for The Road Home shelter in Salt Lake City. An …

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Lower School Assemblies and Exhibitions

Lower School assemblies and exhibitions are now calendared for the year. Here is a printable schedule of those to which parents are invited. Please keep it handy! …

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Advice for Lower School Parents – The Top Ten

by email hidden; JavaScript is required, Principal As I read books on parenting and effective teaching, I like to file away my favorite pearls of wisdom. Here …

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Middle School Summer Reading 2015

All MS students are required to read two books over the summer. One title should be from the list below. The other title may be of the …

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Summer 2014 Information

Middle School Required Summer Reading The required summer reading list for MS students is now available. Summer Tutoring The following WSD teachers and staff are available for …

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2014-15 Middle School Orientation and Program Changes

You are invited to a Middle School Orientation this Wednesday evening, March 26, at 6:00pm in the Auditorium. Included in the presentation will be an overview of …

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The “Possibili – Tree”

by Nathan Florence, MS Art Teacher Middle School art students have collaborated on a 12-foot 3-D art installation entitled “The Possibili – Tree,” made entirely from California …

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Middle School Excursion Days

Middle School students enjoyed two days off campus at various educational sites within our state. Sixth graders visited the Spiral Jetty at Rozel Point, the Golden Spike …

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2013 Summer Reading for Middle School Students

Middle School students should read 2 novels by the first day of class, August 21, 2013, as follows: Novel #1: Read the required book for your grade …

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Teachers of the Year 2015

2014-15 Teachers of the Year

WSD faculty awards were announced at the school-wide Closing Assembly on June 5. Kate Hendrickson, Second Grade teacher, and Michele Jacobs, Special Education teacher, received “Teacher of …

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Teachers of the Year 2013

One of the highlights of WSD’s end of year Closing Assembly for students is the announcement of “Teachers of the Year.” This honor goes to two faculty …

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Fresh Faces 2013-14

You are already getting to know new faculty and staff. Although the school year is but a few weeks old, it feels like they have always been …

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2012-13 Year in Review: Hats Off!

This year’s school theme, “From U to US to OUtStanding!” incorporates both the individual and the whole in challenging our WSD community to “reach deeper and walk …

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2012-13 Year in Review: Developing the Master Teacher

This year’s school theme, “From U to US to OUtStanding!” incorporates both the individual and the whole in challenging our WSD community to “reach deeper and walk …

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2012-13 Year in Review: WSD’s Outstanding Faculty – Changes and New Challenges

This year’s school theme, “From U to US to OUtStanding!” incorporates both the individual and the whole in challenging our WSD community to “reach deeper and walk …

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“Everything Changes”

by Cindy Phillips, Executive Director An ancient philosopher, Heraclitus of Ephesus, is attributed with first coining the phrase, “everything changes and nothing stands still.” The Weilenmann School …

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“What Shall I Do?” – WSD Theme 2014 -15

by Mary Kimball, Principal The purpose of WSD’s annual theme is to provide our school community an opportunity for thoughtful reflection. Over the past four years our …

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2014-15 Middle School Orientation and Program Changes

You are invited to a Middle School Orientation this Wednesday evening, March 26, at 6:00pm in the Auditorium. Included in the presentation will be an overview of …

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Possibilities

by Mary Kimball Every year, I spend a lot of time thinking about our school theme, and this year was no exception. Last spring, I came upon …

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2013-14 WSD Arrival and Dismissal Plan

We are excited to begin the new school year on Monday, August 26. Beginning the first day of school, the following arrival and dismissal procedures will be …

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2013-14 Back to School Information

School Begins Monday, August 26. Here’s what you need to know: Kindergarten Notes Remember that Kindergarten students begin school at 8:15am (AM) and 12:00pm (PM) each day. …

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Spring Arts Festival Fundraiser 2015

Friday, May 29 at 12:00pm Bring family, friends and credit card to WSD’s year-end celebration of art and dance! All proceeds from the Festival go to Weilenmann …

Continue Reading »

Nathan Hale

Nathan Hale

Learning Unforgettable History in an Unforgettable Way New York Times bestselling illustrator and graphic novelist, Nathan Hale, visited WSD all day on Wednesday, March 18, presenting “illustrated” …

Continue Reading »

KCarraway

Parent Education Seminar – March 6, 2015

Kimberly Carraway, EdM March 6, 2015 from 1 – 3:00pm Weilenmann School of Discovery $20 per person at the door Educational expert, Kimberly Carraway, returns to WSD …

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Blue Sky Helps Fund WSD Solar Project

We invite parents and students to join us for a ribbon cutting ceremony January 12, 2015 at 9:45 AM for a formal recognition of WSD’s Blue Sky …

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Time Bash V – Annual Benefit & Auction

Time Bash V is WSD’s most important fundraising event! We need YOU to make it a success!

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Spring Arts Festival 2014

Join us on May 30 from 1 – 3:00pm in the WSD Auditorium and Foyer for the Third Annual Spring Arts Festival – an afternoon of art …

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