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Principal:  Jill Porter   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Secretary: Michel Woodbury   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ASHMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEA SPECIFIC LICENSES

  • The following designations or levels apply to educator licenses, license areas (i.e.-elementary, secondary, special education), and content endorsements (i.e.-mathematics, music, Spanish, social studies):
    • Professional: The educator has completed an educator preparation program that includes content and pedagogical knowledge. This program may have been completed at a university or in an alternate pathway that was supported by school districts/charters and the Utah State Board of Education.
    • Associate: The educator is currently completing an educator preparation program, but has not yet completed all requirements for a Professional Educator License, license area, or endorsement. The educator is enrolled in a university-based or Local Education Agency (LEA)-based program. When the educator completes the program, they will have a professional level.
    • LEA-Specific: The educator has not completed an educator preparation and is not currently enrolled in one
  • As of 03-31-2022, this school employs educators with the following types of licensure:
    • Professional License - 100%
    • Associate License - 0%
    • LEA-specific License - 0%
    • Not USBE Qualified - 0%
  • Individual educator credentials are public information and may be found here: https://cactus.schools.utah.gov/PersonSearch
    Fax: (435) 896-6958
Mascot: WILDCAT CUBS    School Colors: Blue/White

THIS YEARS THEME:  ASHMAN EXPLORERS

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About Ashman

 Ashman Elementary (grades K-2) has a proven track record of producing high academic student achievement. It has been named a high-performing Title One School, has received North West Evaluation Association’s Growth Achievement Award in 2009, and during the 2009-2011 school years was one of 5 elementary schools chosen to pilot a teacher performance pay model for the State of Utah. The school serves a student population of approximately 500 students, and employs 21 full-time teachers and 20 part-time support staff. The school was built in 1951 and was significantly restructured in 2011. It is named after the district’s first Superintendent, A.J. Ashman.

School Mission Statement

 Our mission is supporting parents--the child’s first, and most important teachers—in providing their children a safe and caring school experience as well as high quality educational opportunities that result in solid academic student growth and achievement.

TAKE THE ASHMAN VOTE 2020  (CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW)

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Student Handbook is on the link below and will give you information about our staff and the activities coming up this year!

 Ashman_Student_Handbook_19-20.ppt

 

UPCOMING EVENTS CALENDAR - CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

 

Ashman_Event_Calendar_2019-20.doc 

 

Ashman Elementary

 Ashman Elementary (grades K-2) has a proven track record of producing high academic student achievement. It has been named a high-performing Title One School, has received North West Evaluation Association’s Growth Achievement Award in 2009, and during the 2009-2011 school years was one of 5 elementary schools chosen to pilot a teacher performance pay model for the State of Utah. The school serves a student population of approximately 500 students, and employs 21 full-time teachers and 20 part-time support staff. The school was built in 1951 and was significantly restructured in 2011. It is named after the district’s first Superintendent, A.J. Ashman.

 
School Mission Statement

 Our mission is supporting parents--the child’s first, and most important teachers—in providing their children a safe and caring school experience as well as high quality educational opportunities that result in solid academic student growth and achievement.

 

Belief Statements:

We believe our nation is founded on the premise that no free people can govern or sustain itself if it is not first and foremost a good people and secondly, a thinking people.

We believe in the potential greatness of every child.
We believe we must prepare and influence each child to face the unpredictable opportunities and challenges of his/her future lives.
We believe in helping children seek truth wherever it may be found.
We believe in helping children learn kindness, courage, responsibility, self-discipline, perseverance, independence, and happiness.
We believe we must help children build knowledge and expertise in both learning how to learn as well as learning what to learn in subjects such as science and math & in skills such as reading, listening, speaking, and writing.