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April 14th-18th, 2014

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Spring Recess

 

May 23rd, 2014

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Emergency Makeup Day

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Proximos Evento

Del 14 al 18 de abril, 2014

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Vacaciones de Primavera

23 de mayo del 2014

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Día de Recuperación de Emergencia

26 de mayo del 2014

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Día de Los Caídos

 

 

 

 

 

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Announcements


Riley Family Fitness Night

Students, parents, and Riley staff enjoyed a fun evening of family fitness activities. Play the video to see all the fun!

Salt Lake City School District's Pre-Kindergarten Program

Starting April 24th, 2014 registration will begin for the Salt Lake City School District's pre-kindergarten program. For more information, click on the flyer announcement.

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Extended Learning Program Information

Annual Assessment Approaches for the

Salt Lake City School District

Magnet Extended Learning Program for Gifted and Talented Students

The Extended Learning Program (ELP) of the Salt Lake City School District offers educational opportunities for students who show high academic abilities in grades kindergarten (K) through eighth. One component of ELP is a K through 6th grade magnet program.  Currently, we are accepting requests to assess students to determine eligibility for possible placement into next school year’s K-6th ELP magnet and International Pathways (IP) (a Spanish bilingual magnet).

Students qualifying for an ELP placement have shown that they need an academic program that allows them to move more quickly, work with more complex concepts, and delve more deeply into academic content. The elementary ELP magnets are housed at Hawthorne, Whittier, and Emerson Elementary.  Students and their families must reside, and continue to reside, within the Salt Lake City School District to be assessed for or participate in the Extended Learning Program.

If you are interested in requesting an ELP assessment for your child entering grades K-6th please call 801-578-8573 as soon as possible. Testing must be requested prior to February 21st, 2014. If you would like more information, go to the website http://www.slcschools.org/depts/exceptional/elp/ or call. 

Se aproxima la Evaluación Anual del Programa

Magnet de Aprendizaje Avanzado (ELP) Para los Estudiantes Dotados del

Distrito Escolar de Salt Lake City

El Programa de Aprendizaje Avanzado (ELP) del Distrito Escolar de Salt Lake City ofrece oportunidades de aprendizaje a los estudiantes que muestran habilidades de aprendizaje superior desde el Kínder  hasta octavo grado escolar. Uno de los componentes del Programa ELP es un programa magnet desde el Kínder hasta 6° Grado. Actualmente, estamos recibiendo solicitudes para evaluar estudiantes y ser posiblemente colocados dentro del Programa Magnet de Aprendizaje Avanzado del Kínder al sexto grado y el Programa Internacional Pathways (IP) (Vías Internacionales) (un programa magnet bilingüe español).

Los estudiantes que califican para ser colocados/asignados en el programa ELP han demostrado que ellos necesitan un programa académico, el cual les permita avanzar más rápidamente, trabajar con conceptos más complejos y ahondar más profundamente en el contenido académico. El programa magnet de escuela primaria se ubica en las escuelas Primarias Hawthorne, Whittier y Emerson. Los estudiantes y sus familias deben vivir, y continuar viviendo dentro de los límites geográficos del Distrito Escolar de Salt Lake City para participar en el programa.

Si usted está interesado en solicitar una evaluación ELP para su hijo que estará entrando del Kínder a 6o. Grado, llame cuanto antes al 801-578-8573. Se necesita pedir la evaluación para el 21 de febrero del 2014. Si quiere recibir más información, por favor visite el siguiente sitio http://www.slcschools.org/depts/exceptional/elp/ o llame el número telefónico anterior.

 

 

Riley Science Program

Students and teachers are excited about the new Riley Science Program. Classes meet with Mrs. Shields for hands-on science lessons and labs.

Hands-on science experiment with teacher and students.

 

Halloween Parade

Teachers, administrators, parents, and students enjoyed a Halloween parade in the gym. Checkout our fun pictures of ghosts, witches, and other creatures.

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Mrs Baugh and students enjoying the halloween parade.

 

 

Uniform Policy

Our dress code policy was designed to be as easy and inexpensive as possible for parents. As you purchase new school clothing for students, please keep dress code colors and specifications in mind. It is expected that ALL students will comply with the dress code policy.

Click here or image below to view the entire policy.

Riley Elementary School Uniform Policy