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Weber School District Board Policy 4210

Fees Schedules

Please use the documents below to view the approved Fees Schedule for Weber School District for the 2021-2022 school year.

All Fees - Fees for all levels of Weber School District

 

Pre-K, Elementary, and Jr High - General fees

Jr High Extracurricular - Jr High sports fees

High School - General high school fees

High School - UHSAA - Fees associated with UHSAA sponsored activities

Weber School District, Preparing Students for Success

Child Nutrition Program
955 West 12th Street - Ogden UT 84404
Office: 801-476-7838 - Fax: 801-476-7952
Kayleen Anderson, Supervisor - Wendi Atkinson, Accounts Payable
Nancy Brown, Coordinator - Genina Walton, Coordinator

 

School lunches are available for students that are long term flexible learning at home.

Lunches will be available for pick up at the following “hub” locations:

  • Weber Innovations for the Fremont Cone area
    1007 W. 12 th Street Ogden, UT 84404
  • Orchard Springs for the Weber Cone
    3300 N. 975 W. Ogden, UT 84414
  • Roy Jr. High for the Roy Cone
    5400 S. 2100 W. Roy, UT 84067
  • Burch Creek for the Bonneville Cone
    4300 S. Madison Ogden, UT 84403

Ordering will be open on Saturday prior to the coming week. You can order for the whole week or daily before 7:30 am for the day.

Ordering will be done online through the parent portal. Order by Logging into https://myweber.wsd.net/Account/Login
Parent portal.

  • Tool Menu
  • Grab-N-Go Meal request

At the present time we are only offering lunch.

Pickup will be at the time allocated online when ordering. 10:00-10:30 am will be the standard time for pick up. When picking up the meal a name will be required at the Point of Sale or a student ID can be used. This will allow the lunch to be charged to the student’s lunch account for eligibility purposes.

Thank you for your continued support.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

View PDF version of announcment

Communitiy Resources

Catholoic Community Services of Northern Utah

Download Flyer

All of us need help sometimes. If you or someone you know needs access to food, CCS is here to help.

 

To apply for our food program the following documents are needed to submit application:

- Food card applications are accepted Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00-11:00 am EXCEPT on Thursday night distribution. Please call for more details.

- Picture ID for all adults in household 18 years of age or older.

- For children under 18: Bring birth certificates, school enrollment record or immunization records. Must have child’s name and birthdate printed on it.

- Proof of address: Current Utility bill-power, gas, or water; current rental agreement Proof of income for all adults: Current check stubs, social security award letter, OR bring a print out of benefits you receive such as food stamps, aid to dependent children or general assistance.

Income Guidelines 2019 – 185% of federal poverty level

Persons in Household    Monthly Income  
1 $1,926
2 $2,607
3 $3,288
4 $3,970
5 $4,651
For each additional person, add   $681
   

Food Bank Hours: Tuesday-Friday: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm (Fridays are reserved for Seniors 60+ or those with disabilities)

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.



Weber-Morgan Resource List (211)

Website

211 Flyer

2021-2022 Registration

Registration for the 2021-2022 school year will begin online on Friday July 9th. 

New Student Checklist

In order to register at Fremont High School, you must provide the following information:

  • Immunization Record
  • Birth Certificate
  • Proof of residency within Fremont boundaries (utility bill or mortgage/rental agreement. If this is a new dwelling and no utility bills have been received, please provide a copy of the lease or buyer's contract with guardian name and address. Student must reside with legal parent/guardian at this address. If you are not the owner or lease holder, a Residence Disclosure must be filled out and notarized to show residence within Fremont boundaries.
  • Parent/Guardian copy of drivers license or picture ID
  • 504 or IEP special education information (if applicable)
  • New Student Registration Forms (see link below to print)

 

All forms can be emailed to the Registrar, Christy Koford (), After your information has been received you will be contacted by a counselor to discuss your educational needs and plan a school schedule for the upcoming year. 

 

Forms

New Student Registration Forms

Parent Information Packet (keep for your records)

FHS Policies (keep for your records)

Parking Pass Application

FHS Fees Check List

 

The following forms should be filled only if they apply to your student:

Residency Disclosure

Fee Waiver Application

Homeless Student Identification

Transcript Request

Requests will be completed within 24-48 hours.

Please print the form below, complete, sign, and return to Fremont by one of the following methods or deliver in person to the Counseling Office. If you have any questions please contact Christy Koford:

Fax: 801-452-4860

Mail: Fremont High School

         Attn: Registrar

         1900 North 4700 West

         Plain City, Utah 84404

 

View and print request form in PDF format

Gena Lott
Gena Lott
Librarian
Kim Chadwick
Kim Chadwick
Assistant Librarian
library catalog library website

Rules and Information

  • All Fremont students are entitled to use the Media Center to check out books; they must have picture I.D. unless coming to the library with a class, in which case the teacher may vouch for the student.
  • The Media Center is to be used for research, study, checking-in/out, printing, and quiet conversation. Students who misuse their privilege or Media Center services, may lose their right to use the Media Center entirely.
  • The Media Center is open from 7:30-3:00 p.m. daily except when special activities have been pre-arranged.
  • No food or drink is allowed. Water is okay, but must be stored in backpacks or on the floor.
  • Books should be returned on or before the due date, otherwise students will be charged an overdue fine of 10¢ per school day for every day the book is late.
  • Books must to be checked out properly at the circulation desk. Books not checked out that leave the Media Center are considered stolen and those individuals responsible will be prosecuted accordingly.
  • Remember: when you check out a book, you are responsible for it. Any book that is damaged beyond reasonable wear will be assessed a damaged fee. All lost books shall also be charged to the borrower’s account with a reprocessing fee.
  • Please—take a moment before leaving the Media Center to check your books for damage. Bring anything of concern to the attention of the staff.

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