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Uintah School District School
Uintah School District
204 E 100 N
Vernal, Utah 84078
United States

Company Description: Uintah School District is dedicated to the use of technology as an educational tool by: 1.Providing quality access to appropriate and current technology.

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Recognition of Outstanding Employee – Pat Bingham: Pat Bingham, School Nurse, was recognized and thanked for her compassion and dedication to the students of Uintah School District, 8 Jan 2014 [cached]
Age Restriction for Employment: Superintendent Charlie Nelson informed Board members that the age restriction for employment with Uintah School District is now as follows: Age 21 and above to work with secondary students, exception for Sweepers and Part-time Food Service Workers.
School Board Highlights, 8 Jan 2014 [cached]
Recognition of Eagle View Elementary Staff : Superintendent Charlie Nelson took a moment to express appreciation for the outstanding educational growth and improvement in the positive learning culture being built by the staff and administration at Eagle View Elementary.
Report on Ashley Elementary Class Sizes : Superintendent Nelson reported that steps have been implemented for this school year to help alleviate the student overcrowding in the 3 rd and 5th grades at Ashley Elementary.
Approval of Comprehensive Guidance Plan: A motion was made by JoAnn Cowan to approve the Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling programs as presented, 8 Jan 2014 [cached]
Discussion on State Education Reform : Superintendent Charlie Nelson led a discussion regarding State Education reform. According to Superintendent Nelson, the reforms previously sponsored by Governor John Huntsman are being reconsidered.
Uintah Schools Superintendent ..., 1 Sept 2009 [cached]
Uintah Schools Superintendent Charlie Nelson explains the situation with transportation and the district's planned involvement in Union High School to parents in Ballard. Nelson and members of the Duchesne and Uintah school boards attended the parent meeting on Aug. 24.
News that the Uintah School District would not participate in the planned construction of a new Union High School brought more than 50 concerned parents to an Aug. 24 meeting in Ballard.
The parents crowded around picnic tables in the Ballard Town Park and asked pointed questions of Uintah Superintendent Charlie Nelson and School Board member Allen Huber and Duchesne County School Board member Kim Harding.
"With the financial crisis that we're in ... it costs us about $50,000 a year to transport your kids to Union High School every year and we just can't afford that any more," Nelson said.
He said the district is already running buses on the west side of the county, but does not get reimbursed by the state for the routes that go to Union.
"They say, That's an unqualified route; we're not giving you the money for it,'" Nelson said.
Other parents brought up the inability of their children to participate in extracurricular activities at Uintah because they will need to catch a bus immediately after school to get home. Still others voiced the opinion that Uintah High School is a more dangerous campus than Union High.
"Your kids are as safe at Uintah as they are at Union," Nelson told the group.
Although the transportation issue dominated much of the debate, the primary reason for last Monday's meeting was the concern that the new Union High will not be built to accommodate students from the Ballard area.
In an Aug. 4 letter, Nelson informed Duchesne Schools Superintendent John Aland that "after careful consideration of the issues surrounding such a proposal, the Uintah School Board respectfully declines to participate in the construction of your new school building."
Nelson went on to write that the Uintah District has its own high school capable of serving all students with a variety of highly-rated programs. He noted the proximity of Uintah High School to the new Uintah Basin Applied Technology College/Utah State University-Uintah Basin joint campus.
Connections Community Learning Centers, 10 April 2011 [cached]
Charlie Nelson, Co-Chair, Superintendent Uintah School District
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