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christmas-bellsThe Winter Break (No School) is from Friday, December 22  to Tuesday, January 2. School will resume on Wednesday, January 3. May you have a wonderful holiday!

Juab School District Board of Education is seeking input on the proposed school calendar for the 2018-19 school year. Please contact Superintendent Robins at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The board will finalize calendar on December 20, 2017 at regular board meeting. Thank you for your input and support. 

2018 2019 JSD Calendar

Juab school District Proposed Calendar 2018-2019 (.PDF)


Juab School District is honored to formally announce the induction of Mr. Leonard Trauntvein into the prestigious Ring of Honor on the night of December 28, 2017 at halftime of the Juab High School boys basketball game vs. North Sanpete. The game will be played in the Juab High School gymnasium at 7:00pm. A special dinner will be held prior to the game with friends and family. At halftime the induction ceremony will take place at center court. To commemorate the evening, a special Ring of Honor game ball will also be used and presented to Mr. Trauntvein. The district would like to invite everyone to attend the game and celebrate the occasion with us. Mr. Trauntvein is a true Juab Wasp! Mr. Trauntvein has dedicated his life as a teacher, counselor, and leader to the service of our children in the community. We greatly appreciate all that he has done for JSD!


Leonard Trauntvein went on an LDS mission to Denmark from May 1957 to December 1959. After returning, he graduated from the College of Eastern Utah (Carbon College) in May of 1962. Then Leonard moved to Provo with his young family.

He graduated from BYU May 1966, where he majored in psychology and minored in social studies. He also earned his Masters Degree in Educational Administration in the fall of 1980 from BYU. He received Educational Specialist Degree from BYU two years later.

After graduating, he accepted a teaching job at Juab High School. Leonard first taught one eighth grade US History, one world history, two eleventh grade US History and two classes of Economics. After two years, the eighth grade US History was changed to eleventh grade US History.

Leonard was then moved into the counseling office. He still taught one class of economics and one class of psychology. Leonard became the first principal of the Juab Middle School in 1980. He was there until the seventh month of the seventh year in 1987 and was transferred to the high school as the principal. He was selected as the 1988 Outstanding Rural Utah Secondary Principal by the Utah Rural Schools Association

After seven years as the principal, in 1994, Leonard was asked to do some district work and accepted the district position. Three things that needed to be done: one, bring all district buildings up to ADA standards; two, create emergency preparedness manuals for each teacher and each building; three, bring the Comprehensive Guidance Program into the district.

After three years, the work was completed. Leonard decided to retire. He retired in 1997. After about five years, Leonard was asked to come back and teach history and he did that for two more years.

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Open Enrollment Options for 2017-18

• 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 2017-18 begins May 8, 2017 and will end August 1, 2017.

Personalized learning is meeting specific needs of students through individualized pace, differentiated learning approach, and leveraging student voice. The Juab School District personalized learning model is characterized by the CORE FOUR essential elements found in every classroom:

  • Flexible Content and Tools

  • Targeted Instruction

  • Student Reflection and Ownership

  • Data Driven Decisions

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