Tom Stone, representing Citizens Building Education, interviews Wasatch County School Board President Blaik Baird and Wasatch Superintendent, Paul Sweat on topics relating to the 2019 Bond Election. This video relates to the district's choice to build quality buildings which will have an extended life span.
Wasatch County School Board President, Blaik Baird, explains the process the school board uses to obtain skilled advisors to answer questions as they do their research.
Wasatch County School Board President Blaik Baird and Superintendent Paul Sweat explain the key differences between what happened with Corner Canyon's remodel and why Wasatch chose not the remodel path.
Superintendent Paul Sweat explains the hopeful plans for the West Campus.
In general the Wasatch High School has been running smoothly and the students are having a good experience. Where is the point that the current situation may change to where teachers are no longer able to know their students.
Wasatch County School Board President Blaik Baird explain the reasons why the school board added a splash pad to the aquatic center.
Jake McPhie explains how moving from one of the largest high schools to a medium-sized Wasatch High School in the late 1990's changed his life. A compelling story that explains why Wasatch School District prefers to have medium-sized high schools.
What is the school district proposing the bond? What is the main reason for it? Superintendent Paul Sweat and Wasatch County School Board President Blaik Baird explain the reasons.
What is our school board doing to protect our students? In this video Wasatch County School Board President Blaik Baird and Superintendent Paul Sweat about the importance of student safety and how it relates to academic achievement.
In this video our school district talks about how Wasatch goes through the bond process. School Board President Blaik Baird and Superintendent Paul Sweat explain the process of proposing, passing and funding a school bond.