383 S. Mall Drive
Saint George, Utah 84790
T: 435.652.4706
F: 435.652.4758

3rd Thursday of each month at 9:30 am

      • Sept. 28, 2017
      • Oct. 19, 2017 
      • Nov. 16, 2017 
      • No meeting in Dec.
      • Jan. 18, 2018
      • Feb. 15, 2018
      • Mar. 22, 2018 (moved a week later because of Spring Break)
      • Apr.  19, 2018
      • May 10, 2018 (2nd Thursday)

 

Community Council

Fossil Ridge Vision Statement

In order to provide the most effective education and learning opportunities possible, Fossil Ridge Intermediate School is committed to the following standards that characterize an exemplary school. The realization of these exemplary school standards is based on the collective commitments of the Fossil Ridge faculty staff, students, and community. In order to be an exemplary school, Fossil Ridge is committed to achieving the following:

Community Commitment

An exemplary school is a whole community effort that provides an educational partnership that is committed to student learning and to the phrase, “it takes a community to raise a child”.

  1. Fossil Ridge community members are committed to taking an active role in student learning by involvement in school and providing educational support at home.
  2. Fossil Ridge community members are committed to holding students responsible for their learning.
  3. Fossil Ridge community members are committed to working together with the school to provide a safe, orderly, educational environment.
  4. Fossil Ridge community members are committed to frequent monitoring of student progress in each individual class.
  5. Fossil Ridge community members are committed to supporting the school’s mission and vision.

Our Commitment to Student Learning

  • Student learning is the focus of Fossil Ridge Intermediate School. This includes Utah State Standards, core academics, co-curricular activities, and various other skills including personal responsibility, respect, exploration, and leadership.
  • Students who are demonstrating competency in these areas identified by assessment, frequent monitoring, and good choices will be provided with the opportunity to select additional learning opportunities during the school week.
  • Students who require extra assistance in meeting identified standards will be provided extra time during the week for immediate, specific intervention.

Leaving Good Impressions