Student Advocacy Services
Student Advocacy Services supports all students in academic, social, emotional and physical growth in a safe and healthy environment. We are dedicated to supporting our students and families to help all students become successful learners and to be college and career ready when they graduate high school. Student Advocacy Services includes the offices of Behavior, Counseling and Equity & Access.
Please click a section heading below to learn more about that service.
Administrative Assistant to Heather Gerrard
Equity & Access
- American Indian Education - Title VI
- Civil Rights and Educational Equality - Title IX
- Discrimination Concerns
- Extended Day / Year Programs
- Families New to the United States, English Learners, Title III
- Improving Academic Achievement for Students - Title I
- Internet Access at Home
- McKinney-Vento Homeless Education
- Migrant Education Program (MEP) - Title IC
- Parent Information
- Parents Right to Know, Parent-Student-School Compact, Parent Involvement Plan
- 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) - Title IV
If you are unable to resolve an issue with the school you may submit your concern to a District Administrator by clicking the link below. Please fill out the Patron Concern Form online. You may contact us or come into Student Services at the District Office for assistance filling out the form. Should you have further questions please contact Vivan Goné at 801-737-7290, firstname.lastname@example.org (Spanish), or Valerie Hansen at 801-737-7450, email@example.com.