School Hours (1st-8th grade)
Mon.-Thurs. 8:00 am – 2:30 pm 
Fri.-8:00am -11:45 am

Main Office Hours
7:30 am-3:00 pm Mon.-Thurs.
8:00 am-Noon Friday

Main Phone: 801-901-8520
Fax: (801) 901-8515

Assurances, Plans and Policies

Educational Equity

The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) leads by creating equitable conditions for student success: advocating for necessary resources, developing policy, and providing effective oversight and support.

Acknowledging that all students are capable of learning, educational equity is the distribution of resources to provide equal opportunities based upon the needs of each individual student. Equitable resources include funding, programs, policies, initiatives and supports that recognize each student’s unique background and school context to guarantee that all students have access to high-quality education.

Educational Equity provides K-12 public school system support to families, districts, and charter schools regarding issues surrounding civil right compliance in accordance with the  United States Department of Education(External Web Content) and the  Office for Civil Rights (OCR)(External Web Content) regulations, which prohibits discrimination of students in any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance based on:

  • disability (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973)
  • sex (Title IX)
  • race, color, or national origin (Title VI)

Is Your Child Experiencing Discrimination in School? 

If you believe that your child is experiencing discrimination, the USBE recommends the following procedures to seek resolution:

  1. Try to resolve your differences at the teacher or school level. Set up a meeting to discuss your concerns.
  2. If unable to resolve at the school level, set up a meeting with your District Coordinator and inquire about their grievance processes. Federal law does not require LEAs to assign a Title VI Coordinator. Contact your district’s educational equity or student services department for more information about filing a grievance related to Title VI.
  3. If resolution is unsuccessful at the district level, call the USBE Student and Family Rights Specialist at (801) 538-7828 for guidance. The USBE is not an authoritative body over civil rights compliance. Resolutions happen at the district/school level, via due process hearings, or through the United States Department of Education OCR. The USBE can provide technical assistance to citizens, educators, students, and other stakeholders, answer questions, and provide resources to assist in the resolution process.
  4. A complaint may be filed with the United States Department of Education OCR within 180 days after the violation has occurred using the  OCR Complaint Process(External Web Content) or contact OCR in Denver at (303) 844-5695 or TTY: (303) 844-3417.

Above all else, we love kids. Their individuality, their abilities, their passions. Children are amazing people and we consider ourselves lucky to work with them every day.

School Hours (1st-8th grade)
Mon – Thurs: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm 
Fri: 8:00am -11:45 am

Office Hours
Mon – Thurs: 7:30 am – 3:00 pm 
Fri: 8:00am – Noon

contact info
1650 W Traverse Terrace Dr
Lehi, UT 84043
Public education hotline

The Public Education Hotline is maintained by the Internal Audit Department of the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and it is a venue for citizens, educators, employees, and other stakeholders to report concerns related to any of the agencies governed by or provided resources by the USBE. You can expect a response within 72 business hours.

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