Student iPad Mini Campaign

BOOT (Buy Our Own Technology) generously donated teacher iPads last school year, and now we are ready for teachers to integrate technology with students.  This year BOOT would like to purchase 10-15 iPad minis for classroom use.  Teachers will be able to checkout iPads to use for projects, presentations, literacy, and so much more.  Educational Apps encourage creativity, innovation, and collaboration. The mobility of tablet devices make it easy to take classroom learning outside.  Most importantly, we need students to be technologically literate to prepare them for college and careers.   

If you would like to make a BOOT donation for the iPad mini student set, please see the BRAND NEW BOOT website. or Click on the BOOT Icon

Contact Carlynn Christian, Library Technology Teacher,, Rebecca Fredrick 801-520-5114, or Nancy Chisholm 801-556-8865 if you have any questions or concerns. 

Catch a glimpse of our student  campaign videos to see their “pitch”  for mobile technology. 




Curriculum and Assessment Lab Program (C &A)

The Curriculum and Assessment Lab Program (C&A) is now accepting applications through the Open Enrollment process for the 2017‐18 school year. Information about Open Enrollment is available at the following website:‐Enrollment.php. Open Enrollment applications are available by calling Student Services, 801.578.8206. Open Enrollment applications will be accepted until Friday, February 17, 2017.

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Box Tops

We mailed off our first BOX TOPS submission for a grand total of $238.90!! Our first Box Tops contest will end Friday, 2 December.  The winning class will earn 10 minutes of extra recess time.  Make sure to use your collection sheet and include you teacher’s name on the paper or plastic bag.  If you have any questions, please contact Misty (

Book Fair

The book fair was a big success!  Thank you to everyone who volunteered and visited the fair.  The library has been able to purchase many new titles with the book fair proceeds. Please stop in to see our new arrivals.

Indian Hills Sponsors

Thank you to our wonderful Indian Hills Fun Run Sponsors!


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ELP Assessment


Salt Lake City School District’s Extended Learning Program (ELP)


Parent Meeting (6th Grade Parents Only)

The Salt Lake City School District is holding a parent meeting for 6th grader going into middle school.

When:  October 12 and 27th – 6:00- 7:30 pm

Where:  District Office (room 211)

Elementary School Assessment Information

Salt Lake City School District’s Extended Learning Program (ELP) provides specialized educational services for identified gifted and high ability Kindergarten – 6th grade elementary students at Emerson (dual immersion), Hawthorne, and Whittier Schools. Magnet ELP is a district administered program and qualified students are placed at schools by the District ELP Placement Committee. Parents do not apply to send students to a specific school. All students who qualify are offered placement, however placement choices are not guaranteed. Students in Kindergarten – 5th grades may apply to test for magnet ELP placement for the 2017-2018 school year. Students will take cognitive and achievement assessments. The assessments will be given at the district office during the January 30 – February 28 testing window.

Parents must submit application and disclosure statement forms to the district ELP office between December 12, 2016 and January 27, 2017. Forms are on the district ELP website:

Contact Amy Burris, ELP Administrative Assistant, at 801-578-8573, for further information.

Parent Information meetings will be held on Thursday, January 12 and Wednesday, January 18, 2017. They will begin at 6:00 pm at the Administration Building, 440 E. 100 S., rooms 112-114.

Students who are currently in magnet ELP do not need to retest.

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