New Student Information
Registration: During this time we can't bring prospective students into our school for tours and information. However, we are excited to tell you about our school and get ready for the new school year. If you are interested in applying, email the principal, Pam Pedersen at firstname.lastname@example.org, to get some information and the code so you can apply right away. Thanks for your interest in Innovations!
Welcome Back! Please read the following information for the 2020-21 school year.
Registration is ALL online this year - You will not come into school.
Please complete ONLINE registration starting July 22nd. If you are unable to complete this process at home, please call the office at 801-481-4947 to make other arrangements.
The registration pin you need is being emailed to you.
Complete all forms online. There is no need to bring documents into the school. All forms can be signed electronically.
Please upload or update these items during the online registration process:
2 things that show proof of address (examples – bills, rental agreement)
**Phone numbers for family and emergency contacts (work, home, cell) along with email addresses** (We will verify phone numbers to ensure effective communication this year)
Immunization records and birth certificate if you are new to Innovations
School fees will be handled once we are back in school. This CAN’T be completed online.
Fee Waiver Application Forms:
Fee waivers will be handled electronically this year. Please complete the form online.
Once you have completed the online registration process: You will be contacted to set up an appointment with your mentor teacher to start working on your student’s educational plan and schedule.
Please recognize we are not currently in the building and are trying to make registration and the beginning of the year the best that we can. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Reach out to us if you need help or have questions,
UPDATE: For access to a recording of our New Parent Information Night that was held on June 30, 2020, for all incoming, new student's and their parents click the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87IkXE7CYbM&feature=youtu.be
OUR SCHOOL BUILDING AND OFFICE ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. YOU CAN STILL CALL THE SCHOOL AT 801-491-4947. THANK YOU
MEALS FOR STUDENTS (SUMMER)
· We will continue to operate a "Drive-thru Meal Service" at 14 designated school sites for children to receive a "Lunch Today, Breakfast Tomorrow" combo meal each weekday during the summer from June 4 through August 19, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
· Families may contact our registered dietician, Brianna Hardisty, to determine site location and make additional arrangements if their student has special dietary needs (Brianna.Hardisty@slcschools.org).
· These meals will be provided daily, free of charge, to ALL children ages 0 to 18. Meals will be provided at the sites and times listed below.
· Additionally, we will continue to partner with the Utah Food Bank this summer to provide a shelf-stable Kids Café Dinner at 12 designated school sites. These additional meals will be served as part of our “Drive-Thru Meal Service” during the hours of 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
· Note: Bryant Middle School, Clayton Middle School, Mary W. Jackson Elementary, Nibley Park School, and Riley Elementary, which have served as meal sites during the COVID-19 school dismissal will NOT be used as meal sites during the summer. These sites will close food service operations on June 4, 2020.
· * Kids Café Dinner sites are marked with a red asterisk in the list below.
· Normal day to day program information can be found on the Salt Lake City School District Child Nutrition page or by clicking on the green "Child Nutrition Home Page" button above.
· For all questions and concerns, please contact the Child Nutrition office: (801) 974-8380.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT CLASSES AND CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
Concurrent Enrollment/ Counseling:
If you have any questions about the upcoming semester for concurrent enrollment, please use this website to SLCC first. Remember, part of taking concurrent enrollment courses is being able to advocate for yourself and utilizing the tools and resources that are available to you. You can also find more information about concurrent classes concurrent enrollment page.
All Innovations students, please use Nicole's Canvas course to learn how to register for Fall 2020 Concurrent classes. Other information on school and dealing with stress can be found in her class: https://innovations.slcschools.org/academics/nicole-kioa-counselor-information/
**All information listed below is to help students continue learning while at home.**
If you have any questions please contact your mentor teacher.
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Weekly Update Sent 7/22/2020
The School Board has approved a new first day of school which will be September 8th. We understand there are many questions about what the 20-21 school year will look like. Please know the School Board and district leadership are working hard to devise plans that will be the best for students, teachers, and parents. We will have more information soon and promise to pass it along to you when we get it.
One thing that will help us is to get your registration done early. Students who are returning, as well as new students, need to complete registration every year. Instructions were sent out yesterday via email. If you did not receive the instructions please contact the office by either phone (801-481-4947) or email (email@example.com). As a reminder, all registration processes will be completed online. YOU WILL NOT COME TO THE SCHOOL.
Please continue to send your questions and concerns (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will try to get you answers as soon as possible. We hope you have a great day and a wonderful holiday weekend.
One of our own students had an article published in the Salt Lake Tribune! Solangel Gonzalez wrote an editorial for her language arts class. She wrote about the school closings and the Salt Lake Tribune published it! To read the article Solangel wrote click on the link below! Nice job Solangel!
EXCUSE AN ABSENCE
EMAIL THE FOLLOWING TO EXCUSE AN ABSENCE: attendance email