Thursday, September 13, 2018

WHS Prevention Classes

Weber Human Services has announced some of their upcoming classes! Check out the information below!

Learning 2 BREATHE:
Roy: Wednesdays, Oct. 1 - Nov. 5, 6:00-7:00 pm
        Girls class: Roy High School
        Boys class: Roy, location TBD

A mindfulness-based curriculum for adolescents created for classroom or group settings.  This curriculum is intended to strengthen 
attention and emotion regulation, cultivate wholesome emotions like gratitude and compassion, expand the repertoire of stress/
management skills, and help participants integrate mindfulness into daily life. Each lesson includes age-appropriate discussion, 
activities, and opportunities to practice mindfulness in a group setting. 

For more information or to register contact Samantha Tilton –

Love and Logic:

Weber High: Tuesdays, Oct. 9 - Nov. 13, 6:00-8:00 pm
Heritage Elementary: Mondays, Oct. 8 - Nov. 19, 6:00-8:00 pm
An evidenced based six week program provides parents and caregivers with practical strategies for preventing and reducing behavior 
problems, increasing motivation, and building assets that contribute to life-long responsibility and resiliency in children and youth.  
Caregivers learn how to preserve and enhance the child’s self-concept, teach children how to own and solve the problems they 
create, share the control and decision-making, combine consequences with high levels of empathy and warmth, and build the adult-
child relationship.

For more information contact Lauren Anderson –

Emotion Coaching: The Heart of Parenting:

Boys & Girls Club, Roy: Wednesdays, Oct. 9 - Nov. 13, 6:30-8:00 pm
Odyssey Elementary, Ogden: Wednesdays, Oct. 9 - Nov. 13, 6:00-7:30 pm

An evidenced based five week program to teach your children how to handle their emotions effectively and problem solve.  This 
program builds emotional intelligence and creates positive, long lasting effects for children. Easy to learn, and used by parents, 
educators and care-givers, it supports kids through life’s ups and downs in a way that builds confidence and helps them grow socially, 
emotionally and intellectually.  Researchers have found that even more than IQ, your emotional awareness and ability to handle 
feelings will determine your success and happiness in all walks of life. Acclaimed researchers and therapists Drs. John and Julie 
Gottman created this proven program to show you how to be there for your child when it really counts.

For more information or to register for a class contact Samantha Tilton—

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

FYI on a great event coming up! Attend if you can.


Welcome to another exciting and adventurous new school year here at Roy Junior! We are off to a great start on our journey and look forward to a fabulous year! Our mission is to have every student have a positive and successful experience in junior high. We are here to help you succeed.  You are always welcome into the counseling center. We are always happy to assist you with anything you need.

Enjoy these helpful tips on what habits can help you become a successful student.

  • Have a set study time everyday.
  • Use a planner or a calendar to keep track of your important assignments and upcoming activities.
  • Come prepared for class everyday.
  • Go to bed early every night to get a good nights rest.
  • Get up early in the morning to eliminate rushing to get out the door on time.
  • Eat a healthy breakfast.
  • Have a backpack with all of the materials that you need for the day.
  • Don't wait until the last minute to complete assignments and reports.
  • Avoid being distracted by electronic devices.
  • Read for the love of reading.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Options for Make-up Credit

Roy Junior High recommends that 9th grade students make up loss/failed credit before they transition to high school. There are different ways that students can make-up credits: 

      ·         GradPath is an online program for credit make-up for English, Science, Math, or History              through directed study.

      ·         Courses can be partially completed at school. However, the student will also need to work
             on GradPath courses at HOME.  (Computer use is available at school through the computer
            lab or with Mrs. Titus, if there is no internet access at home.)
      ·         To sign up for GradPath, pick up a form in the student center and pay $35 per class.
      ·         There is a 30-day time limit to complete each course. Courses are to be completed                independently by the student; questions can be addressed with the make-up teacher.
·         If a student fails a class within 15%, the teacher will give the student an opportunity to make up that percentage and receive credit.
·         The student must pay $30, get a form from a counselor and take it to the teacher no later than two (2) weeks after receiving the final grade. This can be done for any subject that the student failed as long as it was within the 15%.
·         TRAMS is a make-up program offered at Two Rivers High School for English, History, and Science. Students are issued a book and must pass a competency test to gain credit.
      ·         Students must attend weekly appointments until the credit is earned.
      ·         Registration for TRAMS is on Mondays from 3:30-5:30 PM at Two Rivers High School (955 West 12th Street, Ogden). Students must be present to register. Bring student ID, payment ($35 per quarter credit), current transcript, and referral form (available from student’s counselor).


·         Northridge Learning center offers credit make-up through packet completion.
      ·         Make-up for over 20 courses is offered through NLC. Visit their website for a full list:
      ·         Northridge Learning Center has locations in Layton (2405 North Hill Field Road), Brigham City, Salt Lake City, and South Jordan.
      ·         You can register in person or online.





Thursday, October 26, 2017

9th grade Job Application Lesson

9th Graders that currently have geography is the mock application for you to fill out if you need another copy. Remember to turn it in to Mr. Wardleigh by November 1.

Trader Moe's Job Application

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

9th Grade...Take a College Tour!

There are two opportunities for 9th grade students to visit the Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College and see how it can impact their future.
Students can begin attending this college while in high school...tuition free!!!

October 4 will focus on the following areas:
Dental Assisting
Anyone interested in learning more about these programs can pick up a permission slip in the main office or fill out a permission slip here:

November 3 will focus on the nursing program at the OWATC for the entire tour. If you are interested in exploring this career, pick up a form in the main office or have your parent sign the permission slip here: