The link to access email accounts on the district website is not available. To access your district and student email account, type gmail.com in an address bar, and you’ll be able to sign in.
The May Learning Activities are on the district and all schools’ webpages, right in the middle of the page. The daily links will connect you to a daily WHY TRY lesson that helps students develop social and emotional skills. Students should also be reading 60 minutes a day (break it into chunks), and practicing math skills for 20 minutes a day. THANK YOU
REMINDER: TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO ORDER YEARBOOKS: Order online at ybpay.lifetouch.com Use the code13808920. The cost is $9.
Carbon School District is seeking applications for a part time Sweeper at Wellington Elementary. THIS IS AN EVENING HOUR POSITION. This position will work approximately 19 hours per week. Help with the operation, upkeep and cleaning of the assigned school building and grounds. Keep the building comfortable, safe and clear for all times the building is scheduled for use. Custodial duties include cleaning walls, windows, furniture, floors (carpet & tile), and cleaning restrooms. Stripping and waxing tile floors, refurbishing gym floors periodically. Other custodial duties as assigned by head custodian including minor maintenance on the building and grounds. Must pass a live screen background check. Must be a high school graduate or have equivalent. This job closes on April 2, 2020
During the school dismissal from March 16 to March 27 students will NOT report to school facilities. For more information please visit the following link: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/618210/School_Dismissal_-_Social_Distance.pdf
Please read the message at the following link regarding guidelines to follow when a student is sick: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/611597/Sick_Student_Parent_Letter.pdf
REMINDER: Turn your clock forward an hour tonight. The kids will probably be a bit confused with such a dark morning on Monday. 😀 Also- don’t forget to send back this week’s reading slip so your child’s class can earn points for the March Reading Madness tournament. Keep on reading!!!
EFFECTIVE MONDAY, MARCH 9th We have new security access doors to the office. Please watch for the letter or watch the video link to learn about the new measures we are taking to increase security and to reduce distractions. Thank you for your support. https://youtu.be/6Q3OG7Rjyno
Carbon School District is seeking applications for a Special Education Aide at Wellington Elementary. This position will work part time, approximately 21 hours per week. Applicants will be working with students in Kindergarten and 1st grade to help them increase their academic abilities. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be able to pass a Live Scan Fingerprint background check which costs $25. Must also be able to pass the Utah Para Pro test which costs $45 or have an Associate’s degree. Interested applicants can apply online at www.carbonschools.org by filling out the Classified Employee Application under the Employment Opportunities button. To be considered, applications must be received no later than 3:00 pm on January 15, 2020.
Check out our Facebook page for pics of the students recognized in our assembly this morning for earning the Warrior Award and Perfect Attendance for December.
Carbon School District is seeking applications for a 17 hour per week Title I Instructional Aide at Wellington Elementary School. Applicants will be working with students to enhance their reading and computer skills. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be able to pass a Live Scan Fingerprint background check which costs $25. Must be able to pass the Utah Para Professional test (associated cost of $45) or have an Associate’s degree. Applicants will apply online at www.carbonschools.org, using the “Classified application” found under the Employment Opportunities button on the home page. Applications must be received no later than 3 pm on December 23, 2019.
Check out of Facebook page. Today, we have uploaded lots of pictures from our Kindergarten Thanksgiving Program and Perfect Attendance for November.
Time for another Warrior Check-in: What are you thankful for at Wellington Elementary? https://youtu.be/SLhBL_R7X44
Carbon School District has an opening for an IGP Aide to work with the Rising Raptors in the After School Program at Sally Mauro Elementary. This position is 19 hours per week. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and be able to pass a Live Scan Fingerprint background check which costs $25. Interested applicants can apply online at www.carbonschools.org by filling out the Classified Employee Application under the Employment Opportunities button. To be considered, applications must be received no later than 3:00 pm on November 14, 2019.
Our newest Warrior Check-in Video: How can we show respect to others at school? https://youtu.be/oVTLZ4GIJBM
Message from Sheriff Wood- I want to personally wish everyone a happy Halloween! With that said I want to remind everybody that we want you to have fun but don’t let Halloween mischief turn criminal. Be respectful of people’s personal property and keep an eye out for the trick or treaters tonight in our travels. We will have extra patrols in the areas we believe will be most impacted by this event. Extra patrols will be conducted with two person teams riding UTV’s in order to assist with traffic/pedestrian control. We feel this is a great opportunity for our Deputies to interact with the public in a fun and positive way. They will have candy to give out to the kids, but would ask that the public only approach our UTV’s when they are safely parked on the curb. We want everyone to have fun, but want to remind everybody to be careful while driving through these busy neighborhoods tonight. I wanted to bring up a topic that has been on my mind a lot recently. The use of social media at times is a blessing and a curse. I would ask that before you make a post, to think about the outcomes of the post and the purpose of your message. All too often I see social media posts that are posted with good intentions, but become a negative message in the community. From a law enforcement standpoint it needs to be known that we cannot always post details of an investigation but will always make public safety a top priority. We will never take unnecessary risks with public safety and will assure you the public will be notified immediately upon a serious and substantiated threat to our community. This notification would come through all media outlets, social media and the phone systems in the event of an actual substantiated issue. The fact that a single unsubstantiated post on social media can spread through the community and cause panic is frustrating. All too often the facts get skewed in the rumor mill, but may be portrayed as actual and factual information which can causes panic in the community. Please be careful of what you post, contact your local law enforcement upon any suspicious activity, questions, or concerns. Trust that your local law enforcement agency is taking your concerns seriously and appropriate measures are in place. You are always welcome to contact me with any questions or concerns that may be related to an event or incident that has occurred in our community. I would like to remind you “if you see something say something”. Again, I would like to wish everyone a happy Halloween, have fun but be careful out there. I am proud to be part of this community and honored to be in the position of Sheriff. We truly live in a great place. Thanks Jeff Wood
Christopher Columbus (AKA Superintendent Hatch) visited our kindergarten classes today. He shared a rhyming book and sang songs. Check out our Facebook page for the images.
How did we forget to share the link to our first Warrior Check-In video? We shared it at our character assembly last month. The goal is to have one at each character assembly this year. Be watching for a new one tomorrow. https://youtu.be/Lw4o5qnbzTY
Our School Community Council Elections have concluded, and we welcome Brett Davis and Mandy Houskeeper to the council. Thank you to all those that submitted ballots.
Another successful tin can cookout was held on Sept. 16th. In fact, it was our 34th annual tin can cookout. THANK YOU parents, grandparents, and friends that helped our fourth graders with this activity. https://youtu.be/XBTzUQU1zf8
PICTURE DAY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th Order online at https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/ and our school ID code is UM339076Q0
Our newest Warriors started today. We're excited to have them join our team! https://youtu.be/Fk-zxBCio8c
Our Warriors are back....happy day!! Unfortunately, we missed some with pics, but hopefully we caught them in classroom videos. https://youtu.be/rNBIcvBAiOE
The school looking nice and spiffy....DONE The classrooms organized and ready....DONE The staff ready for a great year....DONE Cute students filling the halls with smiles and ready for learning...MISSING!!! Grades 1-5 start MONDAY at 7:50. Early release at 1:00. It’s great to have you back Warriors!
There are openings in the Wellington Preschool for 3 year old children. For information please contact Beverly Martinez at 637-9150
The office will be open starting August 8th from 8:00-3:00. Students new to the school need to be registered. Please bring a birth certificate and immunization record for the registration process.
School will begin on Monday, August 19, 2019. Enjoy your summer break!