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-For information about this year's Jog-A-Thon click on the following link: October 6th will be the early deadline for packet returns. October 12th is the final packet return day and October 14th is Prize Day.

-November Parent Teacher Conferences will be held virtually this year. Watch for more information coming soon.

-Make up picture day has been moved to November 3rd.


We have had a great first week back to school. We have enjoyed having your students back in the building with us. Here are a couple of items for you to be aware of.

  1. Fridays are a remote learning day for students unless they have been invited to come into the school by their classroom teacher. Students can be invited in anytime between 10:35 and 1:25 on Fridays. Those students who are in the school will be able to purchase a lunch while they are here. A breakfast to take home for the next morning can also be purchased at the same time. Students who do not come into the school are welcome to pick up a lunch and/or breakfast between 11:00-12:00 at normal lunch prices.
  2. We encourage students to bring home lunches in a disposable bag this year in place of a lunchbox.
  3. See the order form below for information on purchasing Southland swag through our PTO. You can contact PTO through

Thank you for your patience and support as we strive to provide a safe and successful learning experience for your students!

Southland Elementary Virtual School

Be sure to watch the virtual tour video below to see the precautions that we have put into place throughout our school. We also invite you to take a moment to view our newly implemented Wellness Room.

Welcome back Sabertooths!

Southland Elementary School Reopening Plan

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The first day of school for grades 1st-6th will now be Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Kindergarten will begin on Wednesday, September 2, 2020.

First grade will not have individual meetings this year. Kindergarten testing will occur by appointment Tuesday, August 25th through Tuesday, September 1st.  

As you may be aware, The Utah Department of Health issued a public health order update clarifying the standards for face coverings in schools.

The order states that every individual inside of a school building or on a school bus must wear a face mask which covers the nose and mouth without openings that can be seen through. Face masks must fit securely under the chin and snugly against the sides of the nose and the face, even when an individual is able to physically distance.

The order also clarified that face shields may only be worn without a face mask when the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication, including for an individual who is deaf or hard of hearing or while participating in speech therapy.

An individual with a medical condition, mental health condition, or other disability that prevents wearing a face mask may be exempted from wearing a mask by submitting  the form found at the link below.