School Hours

Monday - Friday
7:50 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.

AM Pre-K
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
PM Pre-K
11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Rose Park Academy

Monday - Friday
2:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Community Center
Mon - Thu: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

IHC/Rose Park Clinic Hours
Mon: 10:30 am - 6:30 pm
Wed: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Thu: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Valley Mental Health
Currently by Appt. only
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Rose Park Community Learning Center

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Welcome to Rose Park Elementary..a Community Learning Center!

A Message from our Principal

Principal PicWelcome to Rose Park Elementary, home of the Raptors! As a student at Rose Park, it is important that you come to school every day. It is also important that you do your best work, are an outstanding citizen and friend, and that you ask for help when you need it. I recently read something that I want to share with you because it captures what I believe is important in education: "When you enter this school you are explorers, scientists, mathematicians, readers, and artists. You are important. You are loved. You are respected. You are appreciated. You are a friend. You are the reason we are here."

Mrs. O'Brien

News & Announcements

TEACHER PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE, NO SCHOOL, Thursday, October 20, Friday, October 21, and Monday October 24 (Non Student Day)

RosePark School Community Council Meeting Thursday, October 27, 2016, 4-5 p.m.

FALL CARNIVAL (PTA) FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 from 6-8 p.m. Bring the Family for some fun!

Monday, October 31, Halloween Assembly and Parade 9:30 a.m.
Please no violent costumes, blood, weapons, or clown costumes!

Rose Park Elementary 2015-2016 School Grade Statistics

Information to help special education parents including October 13 Q&A IEP Process, Transitioning to adult services, November 3, Guardianship of children with disabilities on November 30, Q&A with special education director, Feb. 9. To learn more about how to sign up for these free workshops CLICK HERE

Dear Parents,
You may have seen the news recently regarding schools receiving threats from anonymous social media accounts associated with clowns. This has been happening in other states for some time and has just recently been happening in Utah as well. Thus far, this issue has consisted of hoaxes and reported but often unconfirmed sightings, with a few arrests here and there. It is not our intent to stir up people's fears regarding these incidents. We simply want to remind you of some simple ways we can all help keep your children safe.
Hoaxes or not, we want you to know we are tracking this issue and are taking it very seriously. When students feel unsafe, it can disrupt our efforts to provide a quality education. We believe that most of these accounts are hoaxes and are intended to be humorous. Regardless, principals have been made aware of this issue. If your child has been threatened in any way, please contact law enforcement.
We will aggressively investigate any person who is threatening or potentially harming our students and schools.

We are asking for your help to monitor your child's social media accounts. We also recognize that many students may be tempted to dress like clowns and go 'scare' people either out in the general public or on school property. In light of the current environment created by these hoaxes, such actions would not be seen would not be seen as humorous in any way. Please talk with your children and help them understand this.

Additionally, we encourage you to take the following measures to keep your child safe:
Students should not accept friend requests or allow people to follow their social media accounts who they do not know. Many of the messages surrounding this use come from anonymous accounts, yet the students accept the request allowing the perpetrator to harass them. Additionally, please block offending accounts. Take screenshots if necessary to preserve inappropriate messages for potential investigation. If your child sees threatening messages against other students or against schools in general, those messages should be forwarded to administrators or law enforcement.

When walking to and from school: Never approach strangers, even if they pretend to know you or know your child's name. Students should walk in groups. Students should be familiar with friends, families and neighbors along their walking route to be able to find a safe place to request assistance. Parents should provide supervision for younger students as appropriate.

There are many commen sense tips to help keep kids safe as they walk back and forth to school. We encourage you to have age appropriate discussions with your child regarding any of these items or any others that would help keep them safe.

School will be dismissed at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday Sept. 28 and Thursday Sept. 29 for SEP Conferencing. Teachers will notify parents of individual appointments. There will be no school for students on Friday September 30, (nonstudent day). There will be early dismissal the following Monday, October 3, at 12:30 p.m. for teacher training.

Minutes from School Community Council Meeting September 21, 2016

(To identify students for the gifted programs)

New Exciting Program for school breakfast at Rose Park Elementary!

We are pleased to announce this change to our breakfast program, please read:
District Breakfast in the classroom information
Breakfast parent letter (English)
Breakfast parent letter (Spanish)
Breakfast Information (English)
Breakfast Information (Spanish)

Online Registration is available for returning students
New students please check in at the office.
Please note: Registration is incomplete until all forms and "Registration Requirements" have been received by the office staff.
New Student Requirements:
*Proof of residence within school boundaries
*Birth Certificate
*Verification of last school attended

Returning Student Requirements:
*Proof of residence within school boundaries

: Thursday, August 18, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Classes begin Monday, August 22.
* We have made a slight change to our Bell Schedule:
First Bell Rings at 7:50 a.m.
Tardy Bell rings at 8:00 a.m.
School is dismissed at 2:20 p.m. instead of 2:15 p.m.
** 2016-17 SHORT DAY SCHEDULE: (Click link) We have added additional short days to our schedule for the purpose of meeting as a faculty and staff to participate in professional development aligned to our School Improvement Plan goals. On these short days, school is dismissed at 12:30 p.m. Students receive lunch at school before they are dismissed. Please be on time to pick up your students as our office staff will be participating in our meetings and supervision will not be available.
See above link for information on breakfast in classrooms! New this year!

Registration information in Spanish

Ms. Bugden's 5th grade Famous People Wax Museum!
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Ms. Dolata's Science Collaborations!
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Ms. Sollis' 4th grade PALEONTOLOGISTS!
We are learning about fossilization
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SCC Wednesday, March 30, at 6:00 p.m.
Agenda: Montessori Program, School Trust Lands

5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Activities, student art displays!

Spring Break March 21-25, NO SCHOOL

MARCH 28 at NORTHWEST MIDDLE SCHOOL 6:00 P.M. Click below for


Happy Spring! It is hard to believe that we are winding down the 2015-16 school year. The end of the school year always means summative testing. The testing window is open from April 4 to May 26. Here are some things you might want to know:
* Students in grades 3-6 will be taking the SGE summative assessments. All students in these grades take a math, and a language arts assessment. Students in grades 4-6 also take a science assessment.
* Students in grades K-2 take a district-created summative assessment in math and language arts.
* At Rose Park we generally begin testing the week of April 18. All students take the assessments on computers.
* We appreciate your support! Having students at school, on time, well rested and with a good breakfast will help us make sure they do their best and stay happy!
* If you have any questions related to summative testing, please feel free to contact your child's teacher or school leadership at 801-578-8554.
Thank you! And please contact us with any questions.
Mrs. O'Brien


MENSAJE de la directora:
Estimados padres y familias:
Les deseo muchas felicidades en esta primavera. Es dificil creer que ya nos estamos acercando al final del ano escolar 2015-16. El fin del ano escolar siempre signifca examenes sumativos. El perfodo de examenes esta abierto del 4 de abril al 26 de mayo. A continuacion se encuentran algunos detalles que quiza sean de interes para ustedes.
*Los estudiantes de 3er grado a 6 grado tomaran los examenes sumativos SAGE. Todos los estudiantes en estos grados toman un examen de matematicas y un examen de artes del lenguaje. Los estudiantes de 4 a 6 grado tambien toman un examen de ciencias.
* Los estudiantes de kinder a 2 grado toman un examen sumativo creado por el Distrito en matematicas y artes del lenguaje.
* En Rose Park por lo general comenzamos a hacer los examenes a partir del 18 de abril. Todos los estudiantes toman los examenes en la computadora.
*Apreciamos su apoyo. El tener a los estudiantes en la escuela, puntualmente, tras haber descansado y desayunado bien, nos ayudara para asegurarnos de que hagan su mejor esfuerzo y esten contentos.
* Si tienen alguna pregunta relacionada con los examenes sumativos, por favor, ponganse en contacto con el maestro/a de su hijo/a o con los lideres de la escuela al 801-578-8554.

Gracias. Si tienen preguntas, por favor ponganse en contacto con nosotros
Sra. O'Brien

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Pre-Kindergarten Registration for 2016-2017 School year. April 7, 8, 11 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. After that date registration is ongoing until classes are full. Glendale-Mountain VIew Community Learning Center 1388 South Navajo St, Call 801-974-8396 for more information or visit our website.
Inscripcion en el prekinder Ano Escolar 2016-2017
. 7, 8, y 11 de abril, 2016. Centro Comunitario de Aprendizaje, Glendale-Mountain View, 1388 South Navajo St. Para mayor informacion llamar al 801-974-8396 or website

Thursday, Febuary 19, 6:00 p.m. SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING
12:30 to 6:30 by teacher appointment. School will dismiss at 12:30. No Rose Park Academy those days.

NO SCHOOL MONDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2016 - Presidents' Day Holiday observed.

GUNG HAY FAT CHOY! Chinese New Year celebrated with fan dance!
Students and teachers in chinese costume students dancing fan dance Students dancing fan dance Students and teachers celebrate Chinese new year

Fourth Grade explores the mountains on snow shoes! We learned about the forest habitat and animals.
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New Rose Park Elementary, Salt Lake City TRACK - for both students and family use!
The new track was opened December 1
Councilman James Rogers and Mike Williams SLCED FoundationPrincipal welcoming speechSuperintendent speechRibbon cutting ceremonyRibbon cuttingStudents running through banner

Rose Park Elementary technology night! December 1, district trainers brough robots and code experts to help us learn about how computer programming works. Students had a great time experimenting with code and robotics!
Students running robotsPrize winners from hour of codeT-shirt winnersT-shirt winners

Students, parents and staff will take CACYIsurvey for school climate. Parent surveys have been sent home to fill out. Students will go to this link to complete online survey.

Rose Park Elementary will have a free screening of the film Paper Tigers, Monday, November 23, at 4:30 p.m. Space is limited, so RSVP to

Thursday, October 22. SCC Agenda, 10-22-15 Minutes, 9-17-15

Picture Make-Up day will be November 12, 2015 for students who were absent.
There will be another picture day for all students on April 7, 2016

NO SCHOOL Thursday, October 15 and Friday, October 16 for Teacher Professional Conference. NO SCHOOL Monday, October 19, Non-student day.

Thursday, September 17, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Parent Center, Everyone welcome!
SCC Agenda

Wednesday September 23 and Thursday September 24, dismiss at 12:30 for
SEP conferences, by appointment as arranged by your child's teacher. NO SCHOOL FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25.

On April 23, 24, and 27 registration begins. Go to office located at the Glendale/Mountain View Community Learning Center, 1388 South Navajo Street, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
After those dates, registration is ongoing during regular office hours, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until classes are full.
This Early Childhood program is designed for children who turn four by September 1, 2015. Classes are held Monday through Thursday for 3 hours, with morning and afternoon sessions available at most school sites. Parents pay monthly tuition of $75.00 or a reduced rate determined on a sliding scale (must present 2014 tax information to qualify)
For more information please call 801-974-8396, or visit website:

Ms. Kaly's 4th Grade Learns about the watercycle and makes a cake!
Alondra Medina and Amelia Ostler; Laurely Cruz, Melanie Rodriguez and Alyssa Chaires Kendall-- good job!
Student project to represent the water cycle, a cake Cake by 4th grade students to illustrate water cycle Students display cake depicting water cycle Students display cake depicting water cycle

Thursday March 26, Rose Park School Art Night. Come to enjoy student art, take-away activities, other activities.Everyone had a great time! For more see this article in the Ogden Standard Examiner

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Kindergarten and First grade build houses for "The Three Little Pigs" then "Blow them down"!
students making pig houses Students make 3 pig houses Students make 3 pig houses Students make pig houses to blow down Students make 3 pig houses to blow down

Rose Park 4th Grade Scientists do archaeology!
The students say: "It was a fun educational project and it helped us with social studies. We uncovered earth and found artifacts from different cultures. We also learned that it was hard to uncover the layers carefully without moving the artifacts." "Let us tell you about the Danger Cave. Some people lived there and left things behind. We learned about the things people used to survive. It is near Wendover, there is a lot of interesting stuff that the paleo and archaic Indians left behind. We drew pictures about our dig."

STEM grant awarded to Rose Park Community Learning Center from Verizon

Rose Park has been awarded $20,000 to run a two to three week Science, Technology, Math academy in June for up to 40 students, train teachers and other classes in the spring semester of Rose Park Academy. Congratulations!

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ROSE PARK ELEMENTARY GETS NEW SCIENCE SUPPLIES. Students had a special guest Wednesday, and he brought presents! Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman delivered boxes of goggles and other materials for teaching science.
Jon Huntsman giving fourth grade students and teacher science materials Says student, Jarely, "I like how we got a donation from Chevron because they helped schools get stuff so the teachers don't spend money. I thought it was a great visit. Then what was fun is that Mr. Huntsman was very nice and kind in many different ways. I thought it was fun that every one came and every one who did are the best."

School Community Council Meeting Thursday September 4, 2014
Community Council Meeting Agenda
Minutes for October 2, 2014

FIRST PTA MEETING! FIRST 'GOOD MORNING ROSEPARK'! Thank you to all who attended. We are excited to work together this year, to support Rose Park students.
Parents meeting at PTA first meeting

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Miss Jacqueline, and her assistant in our pre-school have been moved to a new and exciting position at the Mountain View Glendale location.  Please join us in thanking her for her wonderful years here at Rose Park in pre kindergarten.  Also, in wishing her well in her new assignment.  We will miss you!

Rose Park "Grumpmeter" program on KSL news!
Grumpmeter at Rose Park Elementary

Parents Register for Pre-kindergarten program at Rose Park
Registration is now open for next year's Salt Lake City School District pre-kindergarten program. Children must be four years old by September 1 to qualify for this program. To register, please visit the Glendale/Mountain View Community Learning Center at 1388 South Navajo Street, or call (801) 974-8396 for more information. 

Ms. Holden's 3rd Grade presents a play "Let the Sun Shine"
We learned many things about the sun and the moon from 3rd grade!
Third grade play about the sun

Rose Park Elementary School Community Council Meeting May 1, 2014
Agenda Rose Park SSC 5-1-2014
For Minutes of Past meetings click Parents & Volunteers link above

Sage Testing begins!
The state end-of-year testing is on a new program. All students will be tested in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science. Please be sure they have plenty of sleep and get to school on time for the next 5 weeks.

Kindergarten Learns all about Thailand
Display of Thailand objects Kindergarten dancing Thai dance Doi with studentsThailand food examples

Congratulations, Ms. Kaly, 4th grade teacher!
Kris Kaly, a 4th grade teacher at Rose Park Elementary, has been awarded the Utah Water Watch Volunteer of the Year award.  Kris and her students have been going to the Jordan River every other Friday with their wagon full of data collection devices to collect water quality data that is used by Utah Water Watch to monitor the health of the Jordan River.
Kris Kaly, 4th grade teacher, receiving award for Water Conservation Volunteer


April 8, 1:00 p.m. MUSIC PROGRAM performed by Kindergarten through third grade.

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Early Childhood program at Rose Park Elementary for four-year-olds, Monday-Thursday 3 hours. Tuition $75.00 per month. Questions, call 801-974-8396, or visit website

To view agenda and minutes of past School Community Council meetings, click Parents & Volunteers in the menu above.





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Information for incoming Kindergarteners

We want to make sure that the parents of all of our 2013-2014 Kindergarteners have the information they need to help their students be successful as they start their school experience. There are specific state requirements for immunizations that apply to all students attending public school. Parents can read more about the 2013-2014 Kindergarten Entry Immunization Requirements here.

Informacion para los futuros alumnos del Jardin de niños (kinder)

Queremos estar seguros que los padres de losalumnosdeljardin de niños(Kinder) del año escolar 2013-2014tengan toda la información necesaria para ayudar a sus estudiantes a tener exito en su primera experiencia escolar.
Hay requisitos especificos por parte del estado acerca de las vacunas que los alumnos deben tener para poder entrar al Jardin de niños(kinder).

Aquí ustedes pueden leer e informarse sobre las vacunas requeridas parapoder asistir a el año escolar 2013-2014.


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Recycle and help our school

Please consider helping our school earn money by bringing your paper recycling to the school and depositing it in the GreenFiber collection container located in the front of the school. Through our partnership with GreenFiber our school earns $30 per ton for all paper collected. You can bring your junk mail, old yellow page directories, newspapers and any other paper you would otherwise recycle at the curb. Bundles can be bound with twine or placed in paper bags. District-wide results are yielding an average of over 100,000 pound (50 tons) each month generating more than $1,300 that goes directly to the schools”.

Por favor considere ayudar nuestra escuela a ganar dinero por traer su papel para reciclar a la escuela y ponerlo en el recipient GreenFiber que está en el estacionamiento. A través de nuestra asociación con GreenFiber, nuestra escuela gana $30 por tonelada de papel recogido. Usted puede traer el correo propaganda, guía telefónica, periódicos y otros papeles que normalmente reciclan. Los puede tener atado con cordel o en fundas de papel. Los resultados del distrito normalmente entregan más de 100,000 libras (50 toneladas) por mes. Eso nos gana más de $1,300 que ayuda las escuelas directamente.


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