7830 South Chapel Street, Midvale, UT 84047
801-826-8725

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About Us

Who We Are

Midvale Elementary School is the first new building that was completed after the creation of the Canyons School District. Our beautiful school building features geographical themes that can be found in the state of Utah such and rivers, canyons, mountain peaks, and State & National Parks. We are home to roughly 750 students, and have 38 teachers and many crucial staff on our team. We employ a unique, two-teacher model in which students switch between math and English teachers at the middle of the day. We also have a strong Spanish Dual Immersion program at our school.

Midvale Elementary celebrated a year of unprecedented growth in student achievement in the 2018-19 school year. Our scores lifted us high enough to exit the school turnaround status we were on for the previous 5 years. Recently we were recognized as a Utah School of Excellence for 2020. We have made a great deal of improvement, and we know that we can do more. We are looking to the future and working to make our school the best that it can possibly be. Our focus on academics, social/emotional growth, and preparation for middle school has changed our school culture to one of learning, growth, and development for our teachers and students. Our Midvale families are critical partners in supporting students to achieve growth!

Thanks for your support in helping us become the best Mustangs we can be!

Our Mission

At Midvale, scholars experience social, emotional and academic successes that prepare them to be middle school ready.

2021-22 Goals

Goal #1: By May 2022, Midvale Elementary students will have demonstrated the skills necessary to meet each targeted, grade specific Literacy goal identified below: 

Kindergarten: By the end of May 2022, 65% of Midvale’s Kindergarten students will make typical or above typical growth in NWF-CLS (nonsense word fluency-correct letter sounds) according to Acadience Pathways of Progress.

First: By May of 2022, 75% of Midvale’s First Graders will make typical or above typical growth in NWF-WWR (whole words read) according to Acadience Pathways of Progress.

Second: By May of 2022, 60% of Midvale’s Second Graders will make typical or above typical growth in ORF (oral reading fluency) according to Acadience Pathways of Progress.

Third: By May of 2022, 60% of Midvale’s Third Graders will make typical or above typical growth on their Reading Composite Score according to Acadience Reading Pathways of Progress.

Fourth: By May of 2022 60% or more of Midvale Fourth Graders will make typical or above typical growth on their Reading Composite Score according to Acadience Pathways of Progress.

Fifth: By the end of May 2022, 80% of Midvale’s Fifth Graders will make typical or above typical growth in ORF (oral reading fluency) according to Acadience Pathways of Progress. 70% of students will also reach At or Above Benchmark in ORF according to the End of Year report.

Special Education: By the end of May 2022, 60% of Midvale’s Students with Disabilities will make typical or above typical growth on their overall Composite Score according to Acadience Reading Pathways of Progress.

Goal #2: By May 2022, Midvale Elementary students will have demonstrated the skills necessary to meet each targeted, grade specific Math goal identified below:

Kindergarten: By May of 2022 70% of Midvale’s Kindergarten students will score at or above benchmark in BQD – Beginning Quantity Discrimination as measured by Acadience.

First: By May of 2022, 75% of Midvale’s First Graders will make expected growth or better in Math Computation as measured by Acadience.

Second: By May of 2022, 50% of Midvale’s Second Graders will make expected growth or better in Math Computation as measured by Acadience.

Third: By May of 2022, 50% of Midvale’s Third Graders will make expected growth or better in Math Computation and Concepts and Applications as measured by Acadience.

Fourth: By May of 2022, Midvale’s Fourth Graders will increase the percentage of students that make the benchmark in the Math Composite score by 20% from Fall to Spring as measured by the end of year Acadience Composite score.

Fifth: By May of 2022, 70% of Midvale’s Fifth Graders will make expected growth or better in Math Computation as measured by Acadience, as well as 50% of Fifth Grade students meeting benchmark on the end of year Acadience Computation Benchmark Assessment.

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