Several options, including closing Gramercy Elementary and other schools, will be discussed at the Feb. 15 board meeting — an attempt to move forward after a failed bond proposal last November.
The school will serve students in grades 6-12 and follows the classical curriculum, which focuses on teaching ethics, rhetoric, logic and Latin.
The bill, introduced by a Bountiful family physician, would repeal a provision in the state law that prohibits “the advocacy or encouragement of the use of contraceptive methods or devices.”
Weber State President Charles Wight and Vice President for University Advancement Brad Mortensen presented the plan Tuesday to the Ogden City Council as part of an effort to foster the city’s College Town Initiative.
Ogden School Board of Education has a study session Feb. 1 where Superintendent Rich Nye says he hopes the board “articulates a short-term plan, which is the lease revenue bond and a long term plan and identifies which schools will be impacted.”
One student’s task was to use a leaf blower that would blow an inflatable ball until it hit multiple objects before a box of cereal would be poured into a bowl.
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