Providing high quality out-of-school-time and after school community events for West Valley City families and students, resulting in increased opportunities for learning.

CEP PROGRAM NEWS

Academy Park Cow Heart Dissection

Academy Park Cow Heart Dissection

U of U School of Medicine – Cow heart dissection at Academy Park Elementary afterschool program – 5th and 6th grade

Valley Jr. High MESA Club

Valley Jr. High MESA Club

MESA Club building mouse trap power driven cars at Valley Jr. High.

Granger Elementary Summer Program

Granger Elementary Summer Program

Granger Elementary Summer Program provided 7 weeks of exciting enrichment activities following tutoring in reading, math, and science by Granger’s certified teachers.  Activities included:  

Stansbury Utah Seasons Art, Reading and Writing Projects

Stansbury Utah Seasons Art, Reading and Writing Projects

The Afterschool Summer Program theme at Stansbury Elementary was “Seasons”. Summer art, reading and math projects reflected the students’ perceptions of Utah Seasons.

Hunter Jr. High Students Visit Colleges

Hunter Jr. High Students Visit Colleges

Hunter Jr. High emphasized college and career preparation this summer.  Students visited Westminster College, Utah Valley University, Weber State University, University of Utah Physics Department.

Bytes of Brilliance Summer Computer Camp

Bytes of Brilliance Summer Computer Camp

Bytes of Brilliance Summer Computer Camp was sponsored by Salt Lake Community College, June 11 to 14 for girls. CEP participated with 25 girls from Academy Park Elementary, Kennedy Jr. High, and Whittier Elementary.

Valley Jr. Drone Program

Valley Jr. Drone Program

CEP Junior High Droneology Program funded by the Utah STEM Action Center – very excited Valley Jr. students built two PCS Edventures drones and take them for a maiden flight.

Native American Culture and Crafts Class at West Lake Jr. High

Native American Culture and Crafts Class at West Lake Jr. High

West Lake Jr. High is using their Dry Creek Charity Mini Grant for a Native American Culture and Crafts Class taught by Mario Platero.  These excited students are making cedar wood flutes and learning to play Native American music.