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BacktoSchool SY2018

Picture of 2017 retirees.

Congratulations 2017 Retirees!

Elaine Street, Tamara Nilsson, Joann Topham, Shelli Peterson, Gail Albrecht,  Marsha Riddle, Mary Lois Foreman, Debra Newby, Brian Griffin, Tonya Christensen, Deborah Poulson. 

Not pictured: Jayne Black, Jeannette Campbell, Lois Robins, Sharon Pallesen, Kristin May, Elaine Costa, Valorie Johnson, Debra Kagie, and Connie Anderson. 

Sevier School District Stakeholders 2017 graphic. 

   Click on Image Below to Register!

Preschool registration now open.

Pre-K flyer 2017 2018 student must be 4 years old before September 1, 2017, click to begin registration.


Please do not confuse Upstart with Preschool Registration.  

Upstart Information for SY 2017-18

Richfield Reaper article on Upstart

Parents, Upstart is currently registering for the Summer slide program which is open to all current 1st graders!    Pre registration is going on now for the month of March, and the best part is every student can qualify for free use of a chrome book and Internet! This is a great opportunity for students to not lose or decrease what they have learned during the school year!
Different ways to pre register are
Call or text melissa Cornelius  (435)201-1441
Call Upstart directly 1-800-669-4533

Upstart Flyer, at home Kindergarten preparation.


Our biggest donation yet!!! $16,400.  We live in an amazing community!

 Pink Game 2016

February Technology Spotlight

Scott Brady

South Sevier High School

Sevier School District would like to thank the citizens of Sevier County for their support of the 2013 voted leeway. That leeway has made many of these wonderful technology enhancements possible.

Mr. Brady is a teacher who is passionate about technology and student engagement. iPad

use in his classroom has been extremely beneficial in enhancing student focus, learning,

and keeping students engaged. Mr. Brady uses apps to take attendance, which saves time

and helps him with student names and relationships.

Click to continue Reading

February 2017 Teacher Scott Bradey demonstrating iPad technology. 

Frequently Asked Questions Concerning the AB Set Schedule

Sevier School District has been diligently working for three years visiting other schools and

analyzing feedback from parents, teachers and principals to implement and develop a block

schedule and an AB calendar that would benefit all students. The following questions were

considered while reviewing and weighing the pros and cons of moving to a set AB schedule:


What is a set AB Schedule? The AB schedule organizes the day into fewer, but longer, class

periods to allow flexibility for instructional activities and improve academic performance.

The set AB Schedule establishes that all Mondays and Wednesdays will be A days. All

Tuesdays and Thursdays will be B days. Fridays will be either A or B adjusted so there are

an equal number of A days and B days in the semester.


How will the “floating” Friday schedule work? Fridays will be either A day or B day.

Sometimes there will be two A days in a row. This will happen when Friday is calendered to

be an A day and Monday is an A day as well. (Monday is always A day). There will also

be weeks with two B days in a row. This will happen when Friday is calendered to be a B

day and Thursday is also a B day. (Thursday is always B day).


Won’t there be confusion with a “floating” Friday schedule? Overall, confusion will be less

because four days of the week (Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday) are clearly

established and will not change as they have on the previous rolling AB schedule. Friday’s

will be established on the calendar, it will be the same for each school and will be clearly



Is the set AB schedule only beneficial for high school students? No, routine and structure

are extremely important for social, emotional and intellectual development, especially for

middle school aged students. Creating a set schedule will provide more consistency and

better potential for student success. The set schedule allows for better planning. Also,

keeping the set schedule will help middle school students as they transition into high school.


We are already using an AB schedule, why are we changing? We have been on a rolling

AB schedule. After receiving feedback from parents, students, teachers, and principals, it has

been determined that moving to a set AB schedule will eliminate confusion, especially for

students. Having a set schedule will maximize opportunities for students wanting to take

Snow College classes. As of right now Snow College has 4 program offerings. Moving to a

set schedule will allow Snow College to offer 12 additional programs.


Will the set AB schedule only benefit a small percentage of high school students? No, in

fact the opposite is true. Having a set schedule will benefit all high school students who can

now better plan their class schedule. A set AB schedule maximizes opportunities for students

to earn college credit while taking certificate and/or traditional college classes through Snow

or from Concurrent Enrollment high school teachers. The set AB schedule provides a jump

start towards earning a 1 or 2 year certificate or 4 year college degree. It also will provide

expanded internship opportunities which will add value to students’ educational experiences.

It will also eliminate some required EdNet double blocked classes, which will provide

opportunities for students to take more elective classes.


Will the set AB schedule have an affect on my student if they play a sport or are

involved in extracurricular activities? Yes and No, having a set schedule will provide

opportunities for students to work with their school counselor to be strategic while setting up

a schedule that will accommodate both academic and extracurricular achievement and

success. The Canvas platform and other new technology resources will provide students

access to assignments when a student has been absent.


How will the set AB schedule affect elective classes such as dance, music, band, art,

foreign languages, etc.? Just like in the rolling AB Block Schedule, the set AB Block

Schedule provides students with an increased number of opportunities to select elective

classes. With both the rolling and the set block schedule there are 20 slots (10 x 2 semesters)

for coursework as opposed to only 14 slots (7x 2 semesters) under a traditional schedule.

Since the set schedule will offer greater predictability as to when students will be able to take

classes they will actually have more freedom to select the arts classes. An example is a

student who wanted a certificate based Snow class that was only offered during one specific

day and time. Previously the student had to pick and choose, now that same Snow class

may be offered at multiple time slots providing more choice for the arts courses within the

student’s unique schedule.


Please see Sevier School District’s list of Set AB Schedule Pros. Additional information

including cons has been addressed in the Frequently Asked Questions Concerning the

AB Set Schedule.

  • Many of the Snow College Richfield classes are two-hour classes. In the past

students were required to double block both hours and days and were limited on

taking classes because there was not enough room in their schedule. Moving to

the set schedule, students will only have to block by hours on the days the

classes are scheduled, allowing them the option for other possible opportunities.

  • Snow Classes are taught on Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday, Thursday.

With a set schedule students will be able to take a Snow College class one day,

leaving room to take other classes such as art, music, other electives, or more

college classes.

  • The set AB schedule serves all students including students not on a university

pathway who are now able to maximize their schedule and participate in several

class offerings, specifically CTE course offerings, giving them skills to fall back

on as life moves forward. The goal is to offer students the opportunity to earn 1

and/or 2-year certificates leading them directly into careers. (Please click on the

course offering links on the Sevier School District website.)

  • Moving to a set AB schedule will maximize opportunities not only for pathway

runners but offers all students the opportunity to explore multiple career/skill

options. Snow College has additional class offerings that will accommodate the

set AB schedule. The majority of Snow College Richfield courses are for 1 and/or

2-year certificate career programs.

  • With the current rotating schedule, local internship and job shadowing was

difficult to plan for. Students participating in the internship program will have a

set schedule that they can provide for the business or organization to follow.

Friday’s will be used to do Canvas assignments for the Work Based Learning


  • Colleges already use a set AB schedule; students will become use to this schedule

at an earlier age, helping them to transition to college easier.

  • Moving to a set AB schedule will eliminate confusion amount staff and students.

The set schedule will help students and teachers be prepared and organized.

  • Having a set schedule will allow students to be prepared and know what classes

they have on certain days. Students can plan ahead for classes they know they

will miss due to athletic events or extracurricular activities.

  • By going to a set AB schedule students from North and South Sevier attendance

areas will be more able to take advantage of Snow College Richfield on-campus


  • The set AB schedule provides more opportunities for students desiring to take

IVC (online/Concurrent Enrollment classes) offered through Snow Richfield.

School Year 2017 2018 A B schedule.

CTE center registration for 2017 2018, contact school counselor.

CTE Center flyer school year 2018.

CTE Center flyer school year 2018 Page 2



State Legislature Policy and Budget Issues

2017 General Session: January 23 through March 9, 2017

Legislative Education Bills Website 

Sevier School District Priorities

We support investments in...

  • Local control and flexibility
  • focused efforts on local needs and priorities
  • Early childhood education and services
  • preK-3 enhancements and family support
  • Proactive data and assessment systems
  • benchmarked interim and formative measures
  • Recruiting, retaining, and supporting highly qualified teachers and staff
  • professional development
  • Increasing family involvement in schools
  • community learning centers



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Sevier School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs. Please contact your school principal for further information.