Weber High School

Funding Summary

The purpose of the Weber High Community Council is to oversee the State funding of the Land Trust monies as well as provide input into the operation and focus of the school. 

During the 2016-17 school year, Weber High spent the Land Trust monies in three main areas:  Payment for additional sections/classes of Math, Science and English during the school day, professional development and training of staff for implementation of the International Baccalaureate Program, and the purchase of new technology for classrooms.  Weber was able to increase the access of student WiFi into 80% of the classes in the building. Of the allotted money, less than 10% was not spent and will be carried over into the coming school year.  During the coming school year, the Community Council has determined the Land Trust money will be again allocated towards reducing class sizes in Math, Science and English, updating of technology in the classroom, professional development and continued training for teachers to implement the International Baccalaureate Program here at Weber High School. Additionally, with a recent increase in the money allocated to Weber High School, a part-time Student Advocate position will be hired and funded through Land Trust monies.  The Student Advocate will work with struggling students, provide information to college bound students, and be a resource for students with individual needs.

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