Utah Senator Ralph Okerlund from Monroe sits in with the fourth grade class and teachers from Monroe Elementary School February 10 at the State Capitol Building in Salt Lake City. The students took a field trip to participate in the Senate vote on Senate Bill 41 to change the state tree to the Quaking Aspen, a process in which the students have played an integral part.
Photo Courtesy of Lori Roberts/Richfield Reaper
State Legislature Policy and Budget Issues
2018 general session: january 22 through march 8, 2018
2016 General Session: January 25 through March 10, 2016
2015 General Session: January 26 through March 12, 2015
2014 General Session: January 27 through March 13, 2014
This issues page is intended to provide a brief summary of legislative actions related to the priorities of the Sevier School District. During the legislative session, we will provide a list of priority bills for the students, families, and tax payers of Sevier County and links to more detailed information.
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
- Legislative Education Bills Webpage
- USOE Legislature Webpage - Use this link to find the USOE LegislativeTracking Sheet.
- Governor's Office
Contact Your Legislators
To find out which legislators represent you and how to contact them, go to the Utah Legislature website, scroll to the bottom of the page, and enter your home address under the "Who Represents Me?" heading.