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      The School Community Council works diligently to help develop and apporve the 
      School Trustland plan and implementation of Trustland funding, as well as the school safety plan. All parents are invited to attend the School Community Council open meetings; however, only elected members may vote on decisions being made. Utah State law requires all schools hold an electionevery year to replace members on the School Community Council. A member on the council serves a two-year term and may serve more consecutive terms if they are elected. . We currently will be electing three parents for a two-year position. The only requirements for becoming a candidate are that you have a child attending our school and that you have time to serve.
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  •  The  Cedar Ridge Elementary Community Council works diligently to help develop and approve a school improvement plan, direct the spending of the School TrustLand  Funds, and create plans to help with student safety.   The following people are currently serving on the School Community Council: 


    2019-20 School Community Council Members

     Kristen Wilkenson, Parent kristinwilkerson@gmail.com

    Mark Hurd, Parent markhurd9@gmail.com

    Emily Jensen, Parent emily@jensenfam.net

    Tonya Newswandeer, Parent tonya.newswander@gmail.com

    Ruthie Hamilton, Parent apinkpersonality@gmail.com

    Lynn Green, Teacher lynn.green@ccsdut.org

    Pat Ashcroft, Teacher pat.ashcroft@ccsdut.org

    Amy Bassett, Principal  amyivie.bassett@ccsdut.org




    You may contact any of these people if you have questions or concerns about safety, the school improvement plan, the TrustLand plan, or technology safety.  The public may ask to address the committee about any of these items.

    The public is always invited to attend any of the school community council meetings.  The meetings are held in the Conference Room at 3:45 the first Wednesday of the month that school is in session. Rules for Community Council Meeting

    You are invited to join School Community Council:

    Parents Responsibilities 

    School Community Council Candidacy Form

    Community Council meetings are scheduled as follows for 2019-2020 School year:


    Sept 4, 2019

     Oct 4, 2019


    Nov 4, 2019


    Dec 4, 2019


    Jan 8, 2020


    Feb 5, 2020


    Mar 5, 2020


    Apr 8, 2020 


    May 8, 2020