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This year's Dia de los Muertos will be held virtually.

Emerson Elementary has a long-standing tradition of celebrating

Dia de los Muertos together.

Since we can't celebrate in person this year, the PTA is hosting a virtual event!

For more information click here

PTA Information

Emerson PTA

The main function of our PTA is to support the school by raising money to enhance, enrich and improve learning experiences for the children. We also provide those 'little extras' that make the school year memorable, such as the Dia de los Muertos school festival, family STEM Night, family movie nights, the school carnival, spirit wear and yearbooks.

We work to bring the communities of school and home closer together. It makes sense for families to be involved in the life of their child’s school.

The PTA is run by a committee who are all volunteers. Each class has a Room Parent to help the PTA communicate with Emerson families. We also have volunteers who manage different events and activities during the school year. PTA meetings are attended by the board, volunteers, teachers, Room Parents, and anyone else who wants to come!  

The PTA is made up of parents, carers, friends and allies – just like you! Click a button below to learn more!

 

Executive Board 2019-20

President Co-Chairs: Beth Mills Jennings (bethanymjennings@gmail.com)

Vice President: vacant

Secretary: Heidi Schubert  (suninsaltlake@gmail.com)

Treasurer: Jamie Mackey  (jamiereck@gmail.com)

Administrative VP: April Reynolds, Principal

Teacher Rep: Amy Nelson

PTA Email: emerson.pta01@gmail.com

ELP Testing

 

The Salt Lake City School District's elementary Extended Learning Program (ELP) provides gifted educational services for identified gifted and high ability Kindergarten through grade eight students. As part of the eligibility identification process for the 2020-21 school year, parents of pre-k through grade seven students may choose to have their child evaluated. This evaluation consists of both cognitive and academic assessments.

Students qualifying for a Magnet ELP placement have shown that they need an academic program that allows them to move more quickly, work with more complex concepts, and delve more deeply into academic content.
ELP services are available at all district elementary schools, with full-day Magnet classes at Emerson (dual immersion), Hawthorne, and Whittier Elementary schools. Testing is for the program, not a specific school. Parents of eligible students may make a first, second, and third choice of school, but placement at a specific school is not guaranteed.

Please apply online on the ELP district website, You may contact Anneli Segura, ELP Administrative Assistant, at 801-578-8573.

Applications for the Extended Learning Program  (ELP) assessments are now open.

Assessments in the 2020-2021 school year are for eligibility in the 2021-2022 school year.

Please see the deadlines below for applying for eligibility for Magnet ELP.

Application Windows

Elementary Magnet ELP application windows:

        Preschool and Kindergarten: September 8, 2020 - February 12, 2021

        Grades 1-5: September 8, 2020 - October 14, 2020

Middle School Magnet and Neighborhood ELP application window:

        Grades 6-7: September 8, 2020 - October 14, 2020

 

Principal's Message

Principal’s Message

Emerson Families, As we just finished our official back to school night, let me take a moment to welcome you back to Emerson. This is an exciting time for teachers and students to be back in the classroom. Although we are returning to school in a remote learning format, I still feel that familiar excitement, nervousness, and anticipation of a brand-new school year. We are all ready to get started! Emerson teachers have been working diligently to create engaging lessons for students. I can’t say enough about their commitment, professionalism, and positivity. I believe your students are in good hands!

I want to thank each of you for your patience and understanding this past month. Although we have been communicating information as it becomes available, I know that you have been waiting anxiously for information from us so that you can finalize your plans. Please know that our goal is to communicate accurate information to families as soon as it becomes available.

Keep in mind that we see remote learning, no matter the setting where kids engage in it, as school. Please start setting routines and expectations for your students. Set a consistent bedtime, make sure your student has breakfast before school, have them put on their school clothes, and generally be ready for the school day. Setting these routines and expectations will make our transition into a hybrid model so much easier. We are all hoping that teachers and students will be back in our building as soon as it is safe to do so.

All of us at Emerson look forward to seeing you in the building during the next two weeks as you meet with teachers. If you have questions or need anything, don’t hesitate to ask. Ms. Reynolds

DAY CARES SERVING EMERSON

When choosing a day care for your child, you may want to ask them about transportation.  A few examples of questions are:  where is the pick up and drop off area, do they prefer morning or full day for kindergarten, do they transport early for breakfast or do they serve it at their center?  Visit the center at different times of the day, ask about activities, policies, etc.  Below are listed the day cares that have served Emerson.

ARTFIRST, 1549 S 1100 E. ‑ 84105, 801-467-5278

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB, 968 SUGARMONT DR. ‑ 84106, 801-466‑1540   

DEVLINS, 2156 S 1000 EAST ‑ 84106 , 801-486‑3545  

FUNTIME, 1248 S 300 EAST – 84105, 801-467‑9988   

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER (JCC) , 2 N MEDICAL DR. – 84113, 801-581‑0098     

LITTLE SCHOLARS DAYCARE,  653 SIMPSON AVE - 84106, 801-467-8545 

MISS BILLIES/KIDS CAMPUS, 232 W 800 S – 84105 , 801-322-5683                                                                  

MONTESSORI, 1303 S 1100 EAST ‑ 84105, 801-467‑6024     

PLAYHOUSE DAY CARE, 1740 S 1100 EAST – 84105, 801-487-6679

SL COMM. ED. EXTENDED DAY, EMERSON SCHOOL through our District Community Ed Dept, 801-578-8275

ST JOHN’S COMM CHILD DEV,   475 E HERBERT AVE ‑ 84111, 801-364-4874

ZANIAC, 1045 E 2100 S – 84106,  801-997-8580

YOUTH CITY (4-14), 615 S 300 EAST – 84111, 801-535-6129 

 Liberty location-Emerson students, John Lyman 801-533-0485                                                                  

Registration 2020-21

Registration for 2020-21

Online registration:

Step 1: Complete the online registration.  You do not have to print the signature page.  We will print that from the office.  

Step 2: Submit required documents.  You can upload online or contact the office to set a time to submit in person.  Returning students need one proof of residency (i.e. utility bill, rental agreement) dated within the last 60 days showing parent name and current address. New students will need 2 proofs of residency, original birth certificate and immunization records.

You may register from the link on our website: https://emerson.slcschools.org. If you do not have access to the internet or would like to complete the online registration at our school please email the school 

If you plan to apply for FREE/REDUCED lunch please complete the application. You are responsible for any charges made prior to application approval.

***As a reminder, ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED before your child will be placed in a class and attend school. We will not accept incomplete registration. (i.e. signature page only, etc.)***

School begins Tuesday, September 8th.

If you have any questions, please call the office at 801-481-4819

Emerson Office Staff

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After-School Program

after school

Registration Opens:

  • July 20, 2020 at 7:00 a.m.
    • Due to parental feedback and the uncertainty of COVID-19 we will not have a student wait list for the Community Education After School Program this year. Families need to be able to make plans about day care needs as soon as possible and Community Education wants to be responsive to those needs.  Therefore, patents will receive a confirmation email within three (3) business days upon submitting their after-school program application informing parents whether their student was accepted or not accepted into the Community Education After-School Program.
    • Once a program is full, families will no longer have the ability to enroll in Community Education’s After School Program for that specific site. If the program has room again the school administrator and site coordinator will inform families of availability.
    • The Community Education After-School Program fees are due on the 1st of each month. The first tuition bill is due September 1, 2020.
    • Herehttps://slcsd-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/r/personal/liz_gonzalez_slcschools_org/Documents/Fee%20Waiver?csf=1&web=1&e=sGNCqo is the link for all the fee waiver information from USBEhttps://www.schools.utah.gov/schoolfees

As new developments arise, I will keep you informed as soon as possible through our website where we will guide parents to seek general information about Community Education’s After School Program.  If you have questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact my office at (801) 578-8275 or my Administrative Secretary, Maxine Gilmore at maxine.gilmore@slcschools.org.

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Emerson's Community Garden

PlantEmerson has an amazing community garden and if you are interested in  volunteering or donating please visit Emerson’s Community Garden website.

Drop Off and Pick Up

NEW Morning Drop Off Map

​There have been a lot of questions regarding where kids can be dropped off in the morning, who can come into school before the bell rings and concerns about morning traffic.  

​We now have a new Map with the routes and guidelines.

Click Here

 

 

Eureka Math

Eureka Math Parent Resources

Your involvement in your child’s education can have a significant impact on his or her success in school.  That is why the teacher-writers who developed the curriculum, also created a suite of parent support resources that will help you support your child at homework time. These resources include:

• Homework Helpers — A grade-level resource that provides step-by-step explanations of how to work problems similar to those found in Eureka Math homework assignments. There is a Homework Helper to go with every homework assignment in the curriculum.

• Parent Tip Sheets — Topic-level tip sheets that explain math strategies and models provide key vocabulary, sample problems, and links to useful videos.

Watch for a Eureka Math parent letter to come home with your student.  This resource will provide step-by-step directions on how you can create an online account so that you can start accessing these fantastic resources.

Parent Link

 

Volunteering

Please look under Policies and Procedures for new information on HB175 regarding volunteering.  Contact April Reynolds for addtional information if needed.

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