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Thank you amazing parents and students for your participation in our recent food drive contest.  We collected more points this year than we ever have (over 22,000 pts), and in a shorter period of time!  Your tremendous support garnered us 2nd place in the contest and a $4000 donation check from Besst Realty!! 

Thank you to Besst Realty! And thank you to our wonderful reading aides who worked tirelessly to collect and tally donations from each classroom!  Our top earners were Mrs. Saddler's class (1st Place); Mrs. Jones' class (2nd Place); Sra. Taylor's class (3rd Place).

Roy High has a great opportunity for parents that are needing a daycare/ preschool experience. The Royal Tots is part of the high school's Early Childhood Education program that provides high school students the learning experience of working with and teaching young children. 
The children attending are taught by high school students in the childhood learning areas of: math, science, language, reading, music, art, gross motor skills, fine motor skills and much more.  For more details, click here.

If the change in mask requirements affects how parents feel about in-person learning, please contact the school office at 801-452-4100.  There is still time to choose an alternative learning option, such as Long Term Flexible Learning, which is a quarter by quarter choice to learn online or in person.

The Utah Department of Health has issued a public health order clarifying standards for face coverings in schools. The order specifies that every person on school property, or on a school bus, must wear a face mask that covers the nose and mouth.

State officials say face masks must be worn, even when an individual is able to physically distance, except in very limited circumstances. Face shields may only be worn WITHOUT a face mask by those with documented disabilities and the hard of hearing (see State Public Health Order, Section 3).  Anyone meeting either of those criteria will need to contact Principal Lott at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. prior to the start of school.

As many of you may have heard, elementary schools are not providing traditional suggested
supply lists due to the unique circumstances of this year. We just recently removed the lists
that were provided at the end of last school year from our website. Although households
should never feel obligated to provide school supplies, we realize some families may have
already purchased items from the lists that were previously posted. If so, you may still donate
those supplies as you see fit. For others that may also wish to help us by donating supplies to
be used at school, common items that may be donated include:

 Headphones/Earbuds for Chromebook use (Grades 1st-6th)
 Hand sanitizer
 Tissues
 Paper towels
 Clorox or Lysol Wipes
 Child-size masks
 Empty spray bottles

We appreciate all the support you have given and continue to give as we work through this
unique time. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact the office
at 801-452-4100.


I know you must have many, many questions regarding the 2020-2021 school year.  If you have not already done so, I would urge you to look through the “SAFE WEBER - A Responsive Framework to COVID-19” document which can be found on the School District website (click here: SAFE WEBER)

This framework, which is organized into three different levels-Moderate, Enhanced, and Intensive-will guide us through the school year as we address precautions related to Facility Sanitation, Personal Protection and Hygiene, Distancing and Social Gatherings, Recognizing and Completing Unfinished Learning, and Digital Design and Delivery.  Most of your questions and concerns can be answered by this document.

We are planning for face-to-face instruction in the fall under Moderate Precautions, as outlined in the framework, and we are busy preparing for the return of students in August.  In-person learning offers the richest learning experiences to develop the whole child.  At Freedom Elementary, in addition to core academics, Social-Emotional Learning, Visual and Fine Arts lessons and experiences, associating with peers, multiple tiers of support, individualized instruction, and many other enrichment activities will be included in your child’s day.

 In the event of health concerns, short-term flexible learning options will be available for students to learn from home.  These online learning experiences are designed to help students keep pace with their classmates while out of school for a short time.  The online learning experiences are limited to essential skills and include very limited teacher-student interaction.  Other district options may be available for remote learning, as well.  Please feel free to reach out to me for further information. (801-452-4105)

Prior to coming back to school in August, we will have prepared thorough classroom and school level plans to mitigate risk and address the safety of students and staff.  As you are aware, things are pretty changeable during these unprecedented times.  However, we will do our best to keep you informed as we make these preparations and implement any changes to our policies and procedures.

Stay tuned for more information in the weeks to come, including updated Back to School Night information, as well as what you can expect regarding practical matters such as face coverings, before and after school procedures, etc.

More than anything, we want you to know how much we miss your kids and that we are looking forward to being together again as a school community and that we are doing everything within our power to make this happen.

Kind regards,

Mr. Lott

Please take a moment to go into your MyWeber parent portal account at and check your student’s lunch balance.  If it is negative, please make a payment to bring the balance to $.00.  You can do this through the portal or by contacting the school office at 801-452-4100 to make a credit card payment over the phone.  (Fyi, the portal online credit card fee has been lowered to $1 for the whole transaction.  If you are paying for multiple children, it will still be $1.) 

If your family is planning on moving out of Freedom’s boundaries before August 2020, or if you know your student will not be returning for the 2020-2021 school year, please reply to this email with the following information: 

1. Student’s Name  2. Teacher’s Name  3. Current Grade  4. Name of the New School Attending in 2020-21.  (If not certain of the school name, please provide the city and state where they will be attending.)  Those with more than one student, please list the information for each one. 

parking lot


Concerns have been raised about safety issues taking place in our parking lots. (e.g. dropping kids off in the wrong lane, vehicles moving too quickly, moving into and out of the drop-off/pick-up lane rather than pulling forward, using the faculty parking lot instead of the east or west parking lots.)  Please review the parking lot procedures below for the safety of all students and adults. 



Please follow these important rules while picking up and dropping off your precious children at Freedom Elementary.


1.  The East and West Parking Lots are for parent use.  

  • Loading Zone (Drop-off/Pick-up Lane) *
  • Curbside loading and unloading ONLY (students should always exit and enter their vehicle from the doors next to the sidewalk) 
  • NO parking or leaving vehicle NOT for pick-up or drop-off, but only for driving through the parking lot
  • Drive cautiously and slowly, always watching for pedestrians that may be crossing
  • Students must ALWAYS be accompanied by an adult when walking across t
  • To keep the line moving quickly, pull all the way forward before dropping off or picking up your students (For drop-off, students should be ready to exit the vehicle when you stop.) 
  • Drive Through Lane * 
  • The street or parking lot
  • Red zones* are fire lane and tow away zones
  • Do not park or drop-off/pick-up in these zones

2.  The Faculty Parking Lot is for teacher and handicap parking.  It also contains our bus zone. 

  • Bus zone* is for buses and school approved daycare providers ONLY

3.  Be a Good Neighbor—blocking driveways or ignoring signage in the neighborhood by the catwalk may result in a citation.

Please also keep in mind the safety and respect of our staff and teachers as they help monitor and supervise children when they are being picked up and dropped off.

Thanks for helping us keep students safe!


*See map for coordinating color

Parking Lot Map 2020

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