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Our Mission

We, the Falcon Ridge Community, believe all children can learn, and we will establish high standards of learning that we expect all students to achieve.

  1. All students can and will learn.
  2. Respect for diversity is critical.
  3. Together we are more

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A message from the Principal…

Dear Parents, Teachers, and Staff,

Here we are nearing the end of another successful school year. I would like to thank our PTA President, Chelsea McGee, and the PTA board for the many activities and support they have provided to our students and our school.

I would also like to thank our School Community Council Chairperson, Laura McKee, and the others on the council for the collaborative way in which they have made decisions to best help our students.

Both of these groups of parents and teachers working together have enhanced and enriched the school experience for our students and school community.

Another thanks to all of the assistants we have here at the school that perform many important duties for our teachers and students every day.

And a big thank to our teachers who so diligently work to teach amazing lessons to your children so that they can learn and achieve!

Thank you, parents, also for the many things you do to help our students each day! Through our parent-teacher partnerships, our students have made great gains this year.

Principal, Michelle Peterson


School Community Council  will be held
May 10, 2018
Media Center
5:30-6:30 pm


Land Trust Information: There are 3.3 million acres of school trust lands in Utah granted at statehood to support schools. These lands generate revenue, all of which is saved in the permanent State School Fund. Each school receives money from the School Land Trust Fund. Falcon Ridge Elementary with input from the School Community Council continues to allocate this money for reading paraprofessionals. Our reading paraprofessionals work with small groups of students to support their reading. All students who have received reading support have made great progress. The paraprofessionals also support teachers so that they can meet in Professional Learning


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