Congratulations Alicia, for earning Secondary Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations Jennifer, our Elementary Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations Duston, for earning Classified Employee of the Year!
Congratulations Katie, our Volunteer of the Year!
What a great water year, over 200 percent. We care for our students and are recommending you talk to your children about staying away from rivers and streams during the upcoming spring runoff. With spring and warm weather coming soon, we want to prevent injury and ensure safety. Thanks for all you do to support us and your children.
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a U.S. government program that helps many low income households pay for broadband service and internet connected devices.
Get your Students Connected at Home & Stay Connected
We also have other funding to help pay for those who qualifies.
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We are so proud of our Scholar Athletes!!!
|Maddex Behling - Cheer|
|Kallee Cook - Drill|
|Oumar Diarra - Wrestling|
|Ashlyn Durrant - Soccer, Swim|
|Bryant Durrant - Swim, Music|
|Danika Farley - Tennis, Theatre|
|Alexander Frederick - Swim, Forensics, Music|
|Aubrey Guymon - Volleyball, Swim|
|Carter Huntington - Golf|
|BrinLee Hurdsman - Cheer|
|Aspen Jensen - Swim|
|Haylie McArthur - Forensics, Theatre|
|Alexia Mortensen - Basketball, Soccer|
|Easton Nielson - Basketball|
|Makaila Peacock - Basketball, Soccer|
|Zayne Perea - Forensics|
|Tylee Perkins - Volleyball|
|Haidyn Roper - Volleyball|
|Brielle Rowley - Basketball, Volleyball|
|Elyza Taylor - Music|
|Sabrina West - Basketball, Theatre|
|Danielle Wolford - Cheer|
Green River HighEmily Roundy - X-Country
This year, the state legislature approved House Bill 162, which requires school districts to provide free period products for students in all school facilities. Accordingly, Emery School District will place free period products in every female and family bathroom in our schools. Within the coming days, donated period product dispensers will be installed at each school, providing high-quality, organic, dignified products for our students.
Additionally, H.B. 162 requires that schools inform students about the availability of the products being provided. Parents or guardians are responsible for discussing the need for and proper use of period products with their children, and these topics will not be addressed by the schools. The state has provided communication and information materials to share with parents and students. All the materials are also provided below.
Period Products in Utah Schools
How to Talk About Periods