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Dear Parents and Guardians,

Beginning February 4, 2019, and continuing through March 15, 2019, our school will be administering school climate surveys.  All parents/guardians and students second grade and higher are being invited to participate.

The purpose of this survey is to gather input about school climate and the effectiveness of the teachers and administrators at our school.  Responses are anonymous and no personal information will be collected.  Reports will be made available for teachers and administrators to use in their school improvement efforts.  The survey is short, taking less than 10 minutes to complete.

Parent Survey:

During the survey window, there will be computers available at our school’s parent teacher conferences coming up on March 6th and 7th  if you would like to complete the survey at that time.  The survey will be available in both English and Spanish.

Students will take surveys during school time.  The first page of the survey allows the respondent to opt out of the survey by clicking “I do not wish to take the survey.”  If you do not want your child to take the survey, your child may opt out at the time of administration.

Thank you in advance for your participation.


David Butler

Click on the following link to print a copy of this letter

Climate Survey Letter

Mark your calendars for the upcoming events at Hayden Peak!

5         PTA Board Meeting 8:45 a.m.

14       Valentine’s Day

14       4th grade to Utah State Capitol

18       No School – President’s Day

22       Leadership Luncheon 10:45 a.m.

25       Classic Skate Night 5:30 – 8:30 at the  Classic Fun Center

26       5th grade to Utah Symphony at Abravanel Hall

28       Kindergarten Unusual Pets at 10:10 & 1:00 on the stage

If you shop at Smith's and use their rewards card you can help our school!  Smith's donates to our school 5% of eligible purchases when you use your rewards card. Our school received $639.88 for the shopping done during the last quarter of 2018. Details on how to link your rewards card to our school are listed in the attachment below.

KSL News Radio Surprises Hayden Peak Elementary School Teacher

Picture of 6th grade teacher Mrs. Smith with awardShe has a passion for teaching, inspiring students to succeed every day and Cindy Smith says she loves every minute of her time in the classroom. Now this dedicated 6th grade teacher at Hayden Peak Elementary School is being recognized along with other outstanding teachers around the state.

Mrs. Smith has been selected as a recipient of the KSL News Radio Zions Bank Teacher Feature, which awards the best and brightest educators in Utah. Hayden Peak Principal, David Butler, says Mrs. Smith was nominated because she has a gift for teaching and will stop at nothing to make sure her students succeed. Mrs. Smith is known for her hard work on behalf of students and staying after school tutoring whenever needed. This devoted educator, who is also the mother of nine children, says her classroom is like family and there is no place she’d rather be than helping students achieve.

Congratulations, Mrs. Smith! Keep up the great work in education.

Posted on on January 17, 2019


  • Cut them out. Make sure the expiration date is legible.
  • Please put box tops in an envelope or bag.  They should be sorted into groups of 10 or 50.
  • Please put your teacher’s name and the total number of box tops on the outside of the envelope or bag.
  • Turn in to your teacher or the box by the office.

School Goal = 19,600 Box Tops

The class that turns in the most total box tops by that date wins a pizza party. If we reach our school goal, an additional class will win a different prize.