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Winter Sports School Acceptance & Reciprocity of Credit Policy
Winter Sports School Admissions Policy
Winter Sports School Charter Agreement
Winter Sports School Data Governance Plan
USBE School Fees Poster 7-12
Winter Sports School Fees & Fee Waiver Policy
Winter Sports School Fee Schedule 2021 | Board Approved
USBE School Fee Waiver Application Form | WSS Fee Waiver Administrator: Head of School, Tess Miner-Farra
2020 WSS Family Handbook | All School Policies
Winter Sports School Fiscal Policy
Winter Sports School Grievance Policy
Winter Sports School Grievance Form
Winter Sports School Special Education Policy and Procedure
Winter Sports School 2019 AHERA Notification Letter
Winter Sports School 2020-2021 School Land Trust Plan
Mark Mylar, (Parent): email@example.com
Heather Pollard (Parent): firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhondi Peters (Parent): email@example.com
Sarah Price Probert, Chair (Parent): firstname.lastname@example.org
Tess Miner-Farra (Head of School): email@example.com
Megan Altman (Staff): firstname.lastname@example.org
WSS Human Sexuality Curriculum Appeal Process
Any parent or guardian whose student is enrolled in Health at the Winter Sports School District may request an appeal of curriculum used in the state-mandated Human Sexuality program.
Fill out the Health Curriculum Appeal Form and return it to the Head of School.
Upon receipt of the formal written request form for the appeal of the curriculum for Human Sexuality, the Head of School shall convene a committee to review the request for resolution. The committee will consist of the following:
The stakeholder submitting the appeal for the curriculum, and all teachers, parents and staff members who have served on the committee shall receive written notice of the decision within 15 days after convening.
If a satisfactory agreement can not be reached after consideration by the school’s committee, the Head of School shall forward the information to the Winter Sports School Board of Trustees for a final decision.
Carson Smith Scholarship:
In accordance with Utah Code Section 53A-1a-704(10), parents of students with an IEP who are enrolled in public schools are hereby notified of the availability of a scholarship to attend a private school through the Carson Smith Scholarship Program. This information can be found at the following address of the Internet website maintained by the USBE: http://www.schools.utah.gov/sars/Scholarships.aspx.
Winter Sports School is committed to ensuring that all children with disabilities who are in need of special education and related services are identified and evaluated for eligibility for those services. If you suspect your child has a disability that may require special education or related services, please contact Scott Hendrickson at 435-649-8760.
Under Utah State Board Rule 277-301.8 this serves as notice that Winter Sports School has in its employ individual(s) who hold LEA-specific educator licenses, license areas, or endorsements. The following is a link to the Utah Educator Look-up Tool provided in accordance to R277-515.7:
As required by USBE Board Rule R277-487, which references federal privacy law and two recent Utah statutes: The Student Data Protection Act (2015) and the Student Privacy Act (2017), we have created a metadata dictionary, describing all disclosure of student personally identifiable information by our school, available at the following address of the Date Gateway website maintained by the USBE: https://datagateway.schools.utah.gov/DataDictionary/Home
Utah Statewide Online Education Program: For information regarding Utah’s Statewide Online Education Program,
please visit: http://www.schools.utah.gov/edonline/Students-Parents.aspx.
Utah School Report Card | Winter Sports School
As required, we will post a link here to each year’s updated School Report Card issued according to USBE’s Accountability procedures. For 2020, because of the timing of our statewide testing at WSS compared to the rest of the state, and the change from SAGE testing, to ACT Aspire, to Utah Aspire Plus for 9-10th grade accountability measures, the USBE Accountability team does not have sufficient data to issue us ratings on growth and achievement this year.