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Wasatch Elementary School

Last modified: April 16, 2022

Community Council

Community Council Members

Sarah Ashby
Dani Beck
Brooke Berges
Jennie Blum
Emily Craig
Marlene Esplin
Chris Fuhriman
Joy McMurray
Ruthann Snow
Bryn  St. Clair
Britney Wood
Sara Wursten
Xiaoqian Xu

Meeting Schedule 2021-2022

  • Friday, September 10, 11:45 AM
  • Friday, September 10, 11:45 AM
  • Friday, October 8, 11:45 AM
  • Friday,November 12, 11:45 AM
  • Friday, January 14, 11:45 AM
  • Friday, February 11, 11:45 AM
  • Friday, March 11, 11:45 AM
  • Friday, April 15, 11:45 AM*—(3rd Friday, 2nd Friday is during spring break)

Agendas For Community Council Meeting 2021-2022

Agendas For Community Council Meeting 2020-2021

Agendas For Community Council Meeting 2019-2020

Agendas For Community Council Meeting 2018-2019

Agendas For Community Council Meetings 2017-2018

Wasatch Elementary School Funding

  • Funding 20-21 – $104,713
  • Funding 19-20 – $98,892
  • Funding 18-19 – $93,595
  • Funding 17-18 – $87,988
  • Funding 16-17 – $65,162
  • Funding 15-16 – $58,808
  • Funding 14-15 – $64,945
  • Funding 13-14 – $53,319
  • Funding 12-13 – $41,888
  • Funding 11-12 – $37,816
  • Funding 10-11 – $31,553
  • Funding 09-10 – $31,264
  • Funding 08-09 – $32,193
  • Funding 07-08 – $29,498
  • Funding 06-07 – $21,056
  • Funding 05-06 – $16,220
  • Funding 04-05 – $10,139
  • Funding 03-04 – $8,721
  • Funding 02-03 – $8,286
  • Funding 01-02 – $6,203
  • Funding 00-01 – $5,071

Total Funding Received from School LAND Trust Program – $491,767

The responsibilities of the Community Council are as follows:

  1. Develop the Wasatch School Improvement Plan.
  2. Develop a School LAND Trust Plan that must be focused on the school’s most critical academic need to improve student achievement.
  3. Assist in the development and implementation of staff development in cooperation with district professional development guidelines.
  4. Advise and make recommendations to the principal regarding school programs.
  5. Develop a literacy plan to support elementary reading achievement.
  6. Become knowledgeable about school issues in order to build a positive bridge to the community.
  7. Attend at least 80% of the monthly meetings held during the lunch hour September – May.
  8. The above list of responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive. The Council may assist the principal in other areas.
  9. Rule of Order Procedures

Final School Land Trust Reports:

Wasatch TSSA Plan