OGDEN — Weber State University is taking criticism from both sides of the aisle for its handling of a criminal justice professor who made threatening tweets related to ongoing, nationwide protests.
OGDEN — The Weber State University professor who recently came under fire for a series of threatening tweets related to ongoing, nationwide protests says he regrets his actions and has resigned from his teaching position.
OGDEN — Weber State University officials are investigating a series of provocative tweets posted by one of the school’s criminal justice professors after violent protests erupted across the United States.
OGDEN — Two Rivers High School, the alternative offering in Weber School District, has made dramatic progress in its graduation rates over the past two years.
OGDEN — Weber State is preparing to resume in-person courses for the fall semester, with the guidance of a plan released Wednesday by the Utah System of Higher Education.
OGDEN — Parents often look for ways to enrich their kids’ summers by offering learning activities that can help kids stay sharp on the skills they learned the previous school year.
FARMINGTON — Even as schools are wrapping up an unprecedented school year, Davis School District is also looking ahead to the beginning of the next one.
SALT LAKE CITY — The University of Utah did not reach a settlement after two days of mediation with the parents of slain track star Lauren McCluskey who filed a $56 million lawsuit over her death in 2018.
OGDEN — Ogden School District serves its last school lunches of the academic year on Friday, but there won’t be much time before free school lunch returns to many schools in Ogden.
The Federal Coronavirus Relief Bill, known as the CARES Act, allocated funds to help institutions of higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic, but has drawn questions about how those funds are properly administered.
SALT LAKE CITY — Legislative fiscal analysts are projecting steep state revenue shortfalls caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but they say Utah is positioned well to meet the decline by tapping reserve funds, juggling cash flows and canceling planned spending increases.
WEBER COUNTY — Graduating seniors in Weber School District will have more loved ones around them during their upcoming “graduation walk” ceremonies than originally envisioned.
OGDEN — An Ogden family will see its fifth generation graduate from Ogden High School on Wednesday, continuing a family history of graduating during turbulent times.
SALT LAKE CITY — The parents of a University of Utah student killed on campus by an ex-boyfriend said Monday they feel a fresh sense of betrayal after new allegations surfaced that a police officer investigating her report kept explicit photos that were intended as evidence.
WEST HAVEN — Due to the coronavirus, NASA representatives reached out to Jennifer Jones, a teacher at Quest Academy, to tell her they would not be able to mail her moon rocks this year.
OGDEN — The Ogden School District Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to approve a temporary boundary proposal to accommodate students from Polk Elementary while their school is renovated — right after a public hearing on the topic.
BRIGHAM CITY — Box Elder School District’s two high schools are going a slightly different direction with their virtual graduations than other school districts in northern Utah.
OGDEN — Ogden School District is the latest district to announce that its high schools will offer “graduation walks” for the graduating class of 2020.
DAVIS COUNTY — Davis School District wants families to know that school is in session until May 29, the last day of school on the district calendar, for those students who need help to finish out their year.
WEBER COUNTY — Many graduating seniors in Weber School District and their families got some news they were hoping for Monday morning.
OGDEN — Come fall semester, Weber State students will have access to parking that is covered by a new structure — but the university plans to use that structure for more than just shielding cars from the elements.
OGDEN — Ogden School District’s Board of Education is seeking public comment on the district’s revised proposal for boundary adjustments to several elementary schools.
FARMINGTON — Davis School District will offer a “diploma walk” option to graduating seniors and their families, since it was not possible to hold in-person graduation ceremonies this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
WEBER COUNTY — Four teachers and one classified employee in Weber School District got a surprise visit Wednesday morning.
Since schools transitioned to online learning in mid-March, some families have experienced more difficulties than others — from sharing a device among several members of a household to spotty internet connections.
OGDEN — Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, people have been trying to make sense of a flood of information — from the facts surrounding the new coronavirus to the numerous, unexpected effects the pandemic is having throughout society.
CLEARFIELD — Graduating seniors at Clearfield High School got a small taste of the in-person graduation ceremony they won’t get to participate in this year, since graduation ceremonies in Davis School District will be entirely virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
PROMONTORY SUMMIT — COVID-19 concerns have led officials to cancel this year’s May 10 annual commemoration of the joining of the transcontinental railroad.
OGDEN — With the soft closure of schools continuing through the end of the academic year, parents are looking for ways to keep their kids engaged in learning.
OGDEN — Schools looking to address student learning losses because of extended school closures will have some support from an institution many have missed over the past few weeks: the Weber County Library System.
ROY — One lyric in Roy High School's fight song reads: "Through the toughest battles will our colors glow."
OGDEN — Many missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who’ve temporarily returned home from their service due to the COVID-19 pandemic, faced a unique decision day Thursday.
DAVIS COUNTY — Ogden and Weber school districts announced Friday and Monday, respectively, that they would be holding virtual graduations, and now Davis School District has announced it will do the same.
OGDEN — Donating food will be as easy as going through a fast-food drive-thru on Wednesday, though the food will be moving the opposite direction.
WEBER COUNTY — Weber School District announced Monday morning that all high school graduations in the district will be held virtually due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
OGDEN — Clarissa McEuen got a call on March 12 informing her she’d been selected as the main student speaker at Weber State’s spring commencement ceremony, scheduled to be held on Friday, April 24.
LOGAN — Ready to add yet another task to the list of jobs folks are successfully doing from home?
OGDEN — Since this year’s Earth Day — the event’s 50th anniversary — falls during the COVID-19 pandemic, there won’t be traditional in-person celebrations like planting trees.
OGDEN — This year, Weber State’s spring commencement will not be in spring.
NORTH OGDEN — The school board of Maria Montessori Academy, a public charter school in North Ogden, has announced the appointment of new director.
OGDEN — From the empty shelves where packages of toilet paper and flour once sat to widespread online homeschooling, life looks much different now than most imagined at the beginning of 2020.
OGDEN — Two young women have sued the Ogden School District alleging it failed to stop a junior high teacher from preying upon students despite parental complaints.
OGDEN — The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the global economy, but school district officials in Northern Utah say it’s not likely to significantly increase the cost or time frame of school construction projects.
OGDEN — Though homeschooling is important as kids across the area contend with closed schools brought on by coronavirus concerns, it’s not the only concern.
The Weber School District Board of Education recently approved a suspension of its graduation attendance policy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which would have created complications regarding how attendance credits can be made up.
Gov. Gary Herbert announced public schools will remain closed throughout the rest of the academic year during the daily press conference Tuesday.
Under normal circumstances, Scott Bronson could work as a substitute teacher just about every day of the week during the school year.
Throughout a week that gave Northern Utah some ideal weather for high school spring sports, fields remained empty and silent, bathed in sunshine and clear skies that otherwise would’ve been a welcome sight for those accustomed to Utah’s erratic spring weather.
OGDEN — Weber State University and Weber School District might not be able to hold in-person classes, but they aren’t letting their 3D printers stand idle.
The Weber School District Board of Education approved school administrative appointments and changes for the 2020-2021 school year at a board meeting on Wednesday.