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Open Enrollment Options for 2018-19

• All students residing in Juab School District are expected to attend the school in their boundaries established by the Board of Education. Please call the district at 435-623-1940 if you have questions about your boundary school. The district also recognizes and supports the concept of open enrollment. Based on individual school capacity, it is the practice of the district to allow open enrollment in grades where the average class size in kindergarten and first grade are 20 student or less, multi-age grade level class size is 22 students or less, and the average class size in all other grades is 25 students or less. If the average class size in a grade exceeds these numbers that grade is considered closed. A school is considered closed enrollment if the average class size as a school exceeds the district average at the elementary or secondary level. All Juab School District special education programs are closed at this time as enrollment thresholds have been exceeded. Schools and grades that are closed and open are noted below. Enrollment numbers will be updated on a regular basis.
• Open enrollment currently exists between Red Cliffs Elementary and Nebo View Elementary to all those students residing in the district’s choice zone. 1st North to 3rd North and West to Main Street.

• Open enrollment for 2018-19 begins June 1, 2018 and will end August 1, 2018. In the event a grade at a school exceeds the threshold set during open enrollment, students applying for that grade and school will be put on a waiting list. As open positions become available, the school will notify parents that there is a position open in the order they applied. Once a student has been accepted to a school through open enrollment, they are not required to apply for open enrollment again in that school. The contact person for open enrollment questions is Kristin Tischner at 623-1940 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

• Parents wishing to apply for open enrollment at Nebo View Elementary, Red Cliffs Elementary, or Mona Elementary, please fill out the open enrollment form and return it in person to Juab School District at 346 East 600 North, Nephi, Utah. Please allow up to four weeks for notification of acceptance or denial of application. Notification and contact will come from the building principal. Any non-resident student wishing to apply for open enrollment at Juab Junior High School or Juab High School, should apply at the school directly.

• Transportation to the school of any student accepted for open enrollment is the sole responsibility of the parent or guardian.

 

 

 

Juab High School

Current enrollment for 2017-18                     720 Students
Projected enrollment for Fall 2018                738 Students
Closed for 2018-19

Juab Junior High School

Current enrollment for 20                              396 Students
Projected enrollment for fall 2018                 419 Students
Open by application for fall 2018-19

Mona Elementary School Enrollment

Current enrollment for 2018-19          430 Students
Projected enrollment Fall 2018          415 Students

Maximum Capacity by Grade 2018

 

Grade/Sections Maximum Capacity Per Grade Project Enrollment 2018
K (2 sections)          40 Students Per Grade          54 Students/Closed
1 (2 sections)          40 Students Per Grade          52 Students/Closed
2 (2 sections)          50 Students Per Grade          54 Students/Closed
3 (2 sections)          50 Students Per Grade          43 Students/Open
Multi-Age 3rd/4th (1 section)          22 Students Per Class           22 Students/Closed
4 (2 sections)          50 Students Per Grade          43 Students/Open
5 (3 sections)          75 Students Per Grade          77 Students/Closed
6 (3 sections)          75 Students Per Grade          70 Students/Open

Nebo View Elementary Enrollment

Current enrollment for 2017-18              356 Students
Projected Enrollment Fall 2018              338 Students

Maximum Capacity by Grade 2017

Grade/Sections Maximum Capacity Per Grade Project Enrollment 2018

K (2 sections)           40 Students Per Grade         32 Students/Open
1 (2 sections)           40 Students Per Grade          51 Students/Closed
2 (2 sections)           50 Students Per Grade          45 Students/Open
3 (2 sections)           50 Students Per Grade          46 Students/Open
4 (2 sections)           50 Students Per Grade          60 Students/Closed
5 (2 sections)           50 Students Per Grade          50 Students/Closed
6 (2 sections).          50 Students Per Grade          54 Students/Closed

 

Red Cliffs Elementary School Enrollment

Current Enrollment for 2017-18         616 students
Projected Enrollment Fall 2018         601 students
• Does not include pre-school

 

Grade/Sections Maximum Capacity Per Grade Project Enrollment 2018

K (4 sections)          80 Students Per Grade            67 Students/Open
1 (4 sections)          80 Students Per Grade            87 Students/Closed
2 (4 sections)          100 Students Per Grade          91 Students/Open
3 (3 sections)          75 Students Per Grade            79 Students/Closed
4 (4 sections)          100 Students Per Grade          97 Students/Open
5 (4 sections)          100 Students Per Grade          102 Students/Closed
6 (3 sections)           75 Students Per Grade           78 Students/Closed

In the fall of 2019, Juab School District will open a newly remodeled West Campus that sits adjacent to Juab Junior High School. The renovated West Campus will be home to JSD 6th grade classrooms on the south end of the building. The north end of the building will house junior high CTE courses, music, as well as other 7th and 8th grade classrooms. The center of the building will become the JSD Innovations Center. This flexible learning space will provide awesome opportunities for our students to engage in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math project based learning (STEAM). This space will also be available for students to engage in learning in a more collaborative environment or they will be able utilize quiet spaces for study. The need to make this transition is driven by the rapid growth in enrollment that the district is experiencing. In 2014, JSD enrollment was 2,287 students. Today the district enrollment is 2560 and climbing. Pam Perlich a researcher at University of Utah has projected the population in Juab County to surpass 20,600 by 2037. The recent growth has made Juab County the third fastest growing county in Utah. The greatest pressure on our system is in the elementary schools. With all considerations being accounted for future growth, the board has made the decision to make this transition effective fall 2019. West Campus will allow for growth in each JSD elementary school as a K-5 school. To be fiscally responsible and to make use of a current building, the board has moved in the direction of renovation. This is the best option for student learning in a middle school environment and provide for maximum student safety. As part of the Junior High campus, Principal Rowley will serve as principal for the Junior High School and West Campus. An assistant principal and office staff will also be assigned to West Campus. At the present, the goal is for most of the 6th grade teachers in JSD to transition to West Campus as well. Final personnel decisions will be made in the near future. Juab School District is excited to embrace the challenges of growth and change while we continue to provide a first class education to our students. This summer the district will be holding open house presentations for parents and patrons to share input. If you have any questions about 6th grade transition and West Campus please don’t hesitate to reach out to Principal Rowley at JJHS. (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) He will be able to address many of the questions as the details of this transition are finalized.

Thank you for all of your support!

 

Superintendent Robins

The Center for Digital Education is proud to announce that Juab School Distrist is one of the winners of the 2017-18 Digital School Districts Survey Awards. The award was presented to Juab School District by the Center for Digital Education at the National School Boards Association’s annual conference this spring.

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Small Student Population Districts Category (3,000 students or less - in alphabetical order):
Cedar Bluffs Public School, NE
Chickamauga City School District, GA
Coxsackie-Athens Central School District, NY
Goochland County Public Schools, VA
Greeneville City Schools, TN
Juab School District, Utah
Laguna Beach Unified School District, CA
Lenoir City Schools, TN
Lindop School District 92, IL
Mannheim School District 83, IL
Mineola Union Free School District, NY
Pewaukee School District, WI
Staunton City Schools, VA
West Platte School District, MO

For more information please visit: http://www.centerdigitaled.com/awards/digital-districts/National-Survey-Awards-School-Districts-for-Pioneering-Uses-of-Technology.html

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