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West Point Jr. High Warrior Welcome February 20th

Parents of 6th grade students please mark your calendars! Wednesday, February 20th from is Warrior Welcome at West Point Jr. High. We have attached a form with more information. Parents will need to bring with them Photo ID (Parent MUST be present to register student), copy of immunization, birth certificate, proof of residency, and forms that can be found on the West Point Jr. High website https://westpointjr.davis.k12.ut.us/. Under the ‘Parents and Students’ tab click on ‘Registration’, and then ‘New Student Registration’. This will pull up a form and at the bottom is a list of forms that you can print to fill out and bring with you the night of the 20th. If you have any questions regarding Warrior Welcome please contact West Point Junior High’s Counseling Center at 801-402-8107.

Grams & Gramps Lunch Day at Voyage Academy

February 25th will be our ‘Gramps & Grams’ lunch at Voyage Academy! Grandparents are invited to come and join their grandchildren for lunch at the school. Students will also be given the opportunity to peruse the Book Fair with their grandparents during lunch if they would like to. If your students have grandparents who will be attending lunch with them on the 25th, please reply to this email NO LATER THAN MONDAY, February 11th and let us know so that we can have enough food prepared for that day. The cost for an adult lunch is $3.10.

Sunset Jr. High 7th Grade Welcome Thursday, March, 7th

Thursday, March 7th from 5:30-7:30 PM is 7th Grade Orientation at Sunset Jr. High. Packets will be coming to the school and sent home with students soon. If you have any questions about 7th Grade Orientation please contact the Sunset Jr. High Counseling Center.

Winter Closure Procedures Reminder

As forecasts call for snow the administration of Voyage Academy wanted to remind all parents that the safety of students, families, faculty, and staff is a top priority for Voyage Academy. All efforts will be made to ensure that our Voyage families remain safe during extreme winter weather. While the administration of Voyage Academy cannot always predict what will occur they will always strive to do what is best and will err on the side of caution when it comes to the safety of our students, families, faculty, and staff.

A winter storm warning has been issued for tonight, January 6th, and tomorrow, January 7th. With this storm coming we wanted to let parents know that the administration of Voyage Academy will be watching the weather and will make every effort to let parents know as quickly as possible if any adjustments need to be made to our regular school schedule in the form of a delayed start or school cancellation.

If an adjustment to our school schedule is ever made, Voyage Academy will make every effort to notify parents of these changes as soon as possible via email, through our website, Facebook, and through KSL news. KSL will only be notified if school is closed for the day. We will also post a sign on the doors of the school letting parents know of the adjustment to our regular schedule. If school is closed because of the weather, the school day, by state law, must be made up.

Please remember that safety is a priority and we want everyone to remain safe when roads are snow packed and icy. If at any time you feel it is unsafe to bring your students to school, please keep them home and safe and notify the school via email or phone that your student will not be attending school.

Thank you so much! If you have any questions, please contact the school.

Make Attendance A Top Priority

We are noticing a growing number of students who are accumulating excessive absences and/or tardies. Please remember that attendance is a top priority at Voyage Academy. Voyage Academy is a school of Expeditionary Learning and most of what your student will learn during the school day can NOT be made up with homework. Students are expected to arrive on-time, with required materials, ready to learn. The law requires that students attend school 96% of the time. Utah Code Ann.853A-11-101 states that “a person having control of a minor between six and eighteen years of age shall send the minor to a public or private school.” As a parent or guardian, it is your lawful responsibility to ensure that your student attends school consistently, regularly and punctually. We recognize that illness will happen. Please keep your students home if they are ill. If your student will not be at school please make sure you email/call the front office or email your student's teacher by 9:00 AM.

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