Herriman High Noteworthy News Items
We want everyone to feel safe and to be safe here at Herriman High. This list has many resources for our students and community who might need immediate help dealing with suicidal behaviors or ideation.
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL TRADITIONAL CALENDAR
We will maintain four ( 4) hours of instruction for grades one through 12. Due to transportation issues on the last day of school, a.m. and p.m. sessions of kindergarten and extended-day
sessions of kindergarten will not be in session for elementary schools on the traditional
calendar. Traditional kindergarten teachers are to work the last day of school without children in their classrooms. Dismissal time on the last day of school, Friday, June I, 2018, will be four (4) hours from the scheduled start of the day:
- All High Schools will begin at their Monday-Thursday start time.
- High Schools will dismiss at 11:35 a.m.
- All Middle Schools will begin at their Monday-Thursday start time.
- Middle Schools will dismiss at 11:30 a.m., 11 :50 a.m. or 12:00 p.m., depending upon sta11 time.
- Elementa,y Schools will dismiss four (4) hours after their regular scheduled start time.
- Kindergarten (a.m. and p.m. sessions) will not be in session on Friday, June I.
- Kindergarten teachers are to work the last day of school without children in their classrooms.
- Kauri Sue Hamilton School will dismiss at their normal dismissal time.
- Kauri Sue Hamilton School WILL serve lunch on the last day of school.
Note: School lunch will not be served on the last day of school (except at Kauri Sue Hamilton School.)
Breakfast will be served if the site normally serves breakfast.
SCHEDULE FOR THE LAST DAY OF TRADITIONAL SCHOOL
Friday, June 1, 2018
All High Schools
- Monday-Thursday Start Time Dismiss at 11:35 a.m.
Middle School Monday-Thursday Start Time
- Fort Herriman Joel P. Jensen
- Copper Mountain
- Elk Ridge
- Oquirrh Hills
- South Jordan
- Sunset Ridge
- West Hills
- West Jordan
- South Hills
Traditional Elementary Schools
- Will dismiss four (4) hours after their regular scheduled start times. MTS -Bluffdale and Riverside will dismiss at 12:00 pm and 1:15 pm.
“Free Evening Counseling & Crisis Intervention Services
The Jordan Family Education Center (JFEC) will offer an extension of their counseling/crisis intervention services at Herriman High School on a limited basis on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 4 – 7 p.m. Two counselors will be available in the Counseling Center at the high school.
The counseling sessions begin on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 and continue through May 30, 2018.
Parents, students, or staff may call (801) 567-8560 during school hours to schedule an appointment.”
Attention 2018-19 Athletes, Parents and Coaches
2018-19 Sports Physicals
The UHSAA has set the following guidelines concerning Physicals for the 2018-19 school year.
All physicals obtained before April 15, 2018, will expire July 15, 2018.
Physicals obtained on or after April 15, 2018, will be good thru July 15, 2019
U Health is offering Sport Physicals
Who: Any that needs a physical for the 2018-19 school year
When: Thursday, May 10th, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Where: University of Utah Health Care Orthopedic Center (5126 W Daybreak Pkwy, South Jordan, UT)
Cost:$20 (please pay cash in advance with Herriman Main Office)
Sign up and Payment deadline is Thursday, May 3, 2018
Governor Herbert has declared May 3, 2018, as Utah Prevention Day, a day to find your own way to help fight addictions through education, conversation, and dedication to yourself and others. Remember all those DARE assemblies as a kid? Remember those times you learned some refusal techniques? And remember all those times your parents told you to call if there was alcohol or drugs at that party? May 3rd is the day to remember it all and put it into action. Be a part of the solution to the family-smashing and community-crushing opioid addiction epidemic. Help Prevent Addictions.
The heart of teaching is found in the stories and lives of great teachers everywhere. Classrooms are filled with teenagers struggling with all kinds of problems and all kinds of joys! We Get It – and we want you to know that we’ve been there. A few really brave teachers shared a part of their soul and we hope this message becomes clear as we struggle together through this awesome experience called High School!