Student Registration

To complete registration you will need birth certificate, immunizations records, proof of residency, and custody paperwork if applicable.

Rewards Program

Looking for another great way to support our school? When you shop at Smith’s and purchase Kroger products a portion is donated back to our school. Click below to sign up.

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School Cents

At Fresh Market, we know that nothing is more important to a child's future than education. To help give back to our local communities, Fresh Market will be supporting local schools through our School Cents program.

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ATTENTION:

Forbes Elementary has a NEW PHONE NUMBER

The 756 Number will no longer work.

Please add:  801-610-8705 to your contact list


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SPELLING BEE WINNERS!!

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imageCongratulations to the winners of our Forbes Elementary Elks National Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest held on January 5, 2016


 

AFHS 2016 Drill Team Presents our Annual

MINI CAVETTE CLINIC

February 17th & 18th

3yrs old – 6th Grade

See additional information HERE


Tuition Preschool Registration

Information HERE 

or visit:  http://alpineschools.org/preschool/


A.L.L. Testing:

The Alpine School District Gifted Services Department will be conducting eight sessions of testing for placement in the 2016-2017 Advanced Learning Lab (A.L.L.) program.  Any interested ASD student, grades 2 -7, are invited to attend a testing session to qualify for placement in the A.L.L. program.

Testing for both elementary and secondary A.L.L. programs will be done on Saturdays, January 9 – 30. Online registration is now open and will close the Tuesday prior to each testing session.  The fee for testing is $20.00.   Students on free or reduced lunch status may register online with a reduced cost.  Registering within three days of testing is considered a late registration and will incur an additional $5.00 fee and students will be admitted upon availability. There are no refunds.

Click here to register.

Contact Gifted Services at 801-610-8475 or [email protected] with questions.


SUBJECT:  SCHOOL SAFETY GUIDELINES

ATTENTION

To: Alpine School District

From: Sam Jarman, Superintendent, Rob Smith, Assistant Superintendent

Date:  January 8, 2015

 

To provide continuity and consistence across the district, the following guidelines are being emphasized beginning the 2015-16 school year:

  • All employees are asked to wear an ID badge or clothing that will easily and positively identify them as employees of Alpine School District.  School Principals and district department heads will work with their employees to determine what identifier will work best for the particular setting.
  • A positive identification will be necessary between parents/guardians and main office personnel when checking students out from the school.
  • All visitors will be asked to check in at the school main office to receive an identifying badge that indicates they are approved to be in the building.  Unidentified adults in a building will be approached by school staff and given necessary assistance.
  • To restrict elementary school building access, all doors will be secured during school hours except the main doors.  This will help direct visitors and others who have school business to the main office.

*A copy of this memorandum is available in the front office for viewing


 

Announcements

 

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We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to our recycling efforts and have help raise money for our school!

Acceptable Items: *Newspapers * Phone Books *Office Paper * Cardboard * Cereal Boxes * Magazines * Brown Paper Bags * Construction Paper*

Unacceptable Items: * Glass * Metal * Plastic Bottles * Plastic Bags * Aluminum * String * Styrofoam *


 

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We would like to say “Thank You” to Smith’s Food and Drug for their generous donation!  The donated water will be used for our classroom emergency kits.

 


 

"Learning For All Through Excellence in Teaching"