Here are a couple of Frequently Asked Questions.
How many choice programs are offered in Salt Lake District?
There are nine choice programs offered in Salt Lake District:
Curriculum and Assessment Lab
Extended Learning Program
International Baccalaureate Highland
International Baccalaureate West
Salt Lake Center for Science Education
Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts
Innovations High School, blended learning
Who are the largest property tax contributors?
The five largest property taxpayers in Salt Lake City School District in 2012 were City Creek Reserve, PacifiCorp, Sky West Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Qwest Corporation. The five largest employers are the University of Utah (including hospital), State of Utah, Salt Lake County, Salt Lake City School District, and Intermountain Health Care. It should be noted that four of the five largest employers are the same as they were in 2004.
How many schools are in Salt Lake District?
The District currently consists of 39 schools: three high schools, one blended learning high school, and one alternative high school (grades 9-12); four middle schools (grades 7-8) and one middle school (grades 6-8); one K-8 school; 26 elementary schools (grades K-5 and K-6); and two District sponsored charter schools. In addition, the District operates several alternative programs: a community education department; adult education; an alternative middle school; parent cooperative programs; programs for gifted students and for the disabled; and other special services.
What are the demographics for Salt Lake School District?
Salt Lake District is a minority majority district (56% minority). More than 57.87% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch. At least 81 primary languages are spoken by District students. Nearly 3.72% of our students are considered homeless. Still, based on results from standardized tests, our students continue to excel in their learning accomplishments.
How many children are in Salt Lake City School District?
Approximately 24,000 students are enrolled in our district schools
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