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About Our School

Misson Statement

The community of students, teachers, and parents at West Jordan Elementary is committed to creating a positive environment for active learning. Our goal is to empower all students to reach their potential and become lifelong learners.

Office Hours

Office hours at West Jordan Elementary are from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Bell Schedule

Schedule for Grades 1 - 6
Moday - Thursday: 8:25 to 3:05
Friday: 8:25 to 1:25

Schedule for AM Kindergarten
Monday - Thursday: 8:25 to 11:10
Friday: 8:25 to 10:30

Schedule for PM Kindergarten
Monday - Thursday: 12:25 to 3:05
Friday: 11:25 to 1:25

Road to Success

West Jordan Elementary is participating in the Ken Garff Road to Success Reading Program. The mission statement for the Road to Success Reading Program mission statement is "to encourage improvement in literacy by providing incentives that will help to develop life ling daily reading habits, specifically by reading 20 minutes everyday to improve vocabulary, proficiency, and communication skills."

Each student is enterenc into a bicycle drawing for every 20 minutes they read. This drawing is held at the end of the school year. Corporate donations provide our school with four bicycles for the drawing and out PTA provided two more. We also draw names for four $50.00 Educational Savings Plan Certificates. Incentives are also provided are given to the students for reading.

Reading minutes are turned in weekly by teachers and the minutes for each class are recorded. The class with the most reading minutes in grades K-2, 3-4 and 5-6 at the end of the year will receive a pizza party at the end of the year. If all the grades reach the goal of 1 million reading minutes then the PTA will provided an reward for all the students at the end of the year. Currently, the school total for minutes read is....

Presidential Physical Fitness

Our school participates in the Presidential Physical Fitness Program. This program encourages students to get more active and in turn more physically fit. During the school year students take a test to see where they rank according the presidential physical fitness standards. The physical fitness test recognizes students for their level of physical fitness in 5 events. These include curl-ups or partial curl ups, shuttle run, endurance run/walk, pull ups, or right angle push ups, and the v-sit or sit and reach.