The Juab Community Building Committee is seeking a Construction Manager/General Contractor to oversee and construct the Juab Fieldhouse Facility in Nephi, Utah. The facility will be a metal building with a turf practice area, four basketball/volleyball courts, wrestling room, weight room, three educational classrooms, office space, and restrooms. The building will be approximately 80,500 square feet and will be used for community recreation, public education, and private events. Preliminary designs are available upon request. The site for the facility has been chosen but the successful respondent will be able to provide recommendations for facility, logistical, and site plan improvements. The estimated budget for completing the project is Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000). The proposed deadline for completing the project is August 25, 2021.
Recently, the White House named Natalie Darrington a recipient of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). PAEMST are the nation’s highest honors for teachers of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and/or computer science.
Natalie said, "Every teacher wants to make a difference in our students’ lives. We work hard each and every second of each day to help students recognize their potential. The Presidential Award validates all the recipients’ efforts to make a positive difference in our students’ lives. Personally, the Presidential Award provides a platform to advocate for my students and the realization that mathematics is not something to endure, but something that helps us all to know and communicate with the world around us."
Read more about Natalie Darrington at www.paemst.org/recognition.
As a reminder, a new application MUST BE FILLED OUT EACH SCHOOL YEAR. In addition, if your financial situation changes during the school year, please fill out a new application.
Parents/guardians are responsible to pay for all meals until the application has been processed and approved. We are asking that applications be completed online at ezmealapp.com.
August 11, 2020 Update
Utah has released additional guidelines for mask use in schools. View the FAQ Document.
July 20, 2020 Update
View an overview of the primary education options for students this fall; parents and students should consider their personal needs and coordinate with their school administrator for the option that best aligns with their personal circumstances.
→ Face to Face Environment: https://youtu.be/yJNlVVE5cu8
→ Blended Environment: https://youtu.be/f6XfN48EKGQ
Following today’s announcement from Governor Herbert, please note the following statement: Juab School District is in the process of developing a return to school plan that will be finalized by August 1. We will work to gain state approval of a plan that is tailored to our district and look forward to getting back to normalcy as soon as possible. This is a fluid situation and we will adjust as necessary to meet state guidelines while providing the best education possible to our students. JuabSD appreciates our community’s support and dedication to student success. Read more about the Governor's announcement.
Parents: Take our Return to School Survey: https://forms.gle/uS7MwEUbMw8m7sg98
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 students 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. Learn more: