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Weekly Update

Weekly Update Sent 4/30/2021

May starts tomorrow! Can you believe there is only one more full month of school left? Now is the time to sprint to the finish line and finish strong. We are all cheering you along, ready to assist you to finish this marathon of a school year!


Immunization Clinic: On Monday we sent an email about the Immunization clinic to be held here at Innovations on Friday, May 7th from 8:00 am to 10:30 am. This clinic is open only to Innovation students who are 16 years or older by May 7th. Parents or guardians who register an Innovations student can also register themselves to receive the vaccine. To register your student for the clinic please click here:, the registration code is IECHSPf112. If you have questions or concerns please reach out to the office. To find out more about the vaccine and common questions please click here: High School Vaccination Clinics.  


SHARP survey: Every two years the State of Utah works with local county health officials to administer a survey called the Student Health and Risk Prevention (SHARP) survey. Results from local school districts are compared across Utah and the nation to measure protective factors and risk factors impacting our students. We are asking our 10th and 12th graders to participate in May. The data we will receive helps us guide services we design for students. We want to help them navigate an interesting world and make decisions that will help them be healthy, both physically and mentally, as they progress through high school and beyond. Please sign the permission form coming to you that will allow your student to take part. Thank you!


Assembly: On May 5th we will be having our monthly assembly presented by the Health Department. They will be talking about Smoking and Vaping. This assembly will be virtual, and we encourage all our students to attend; parents are also welcome. The Zoom link will be sent out as the assembly gets closer.


SCC Meeting: The final SCC meeting for the school year will be May 10th at 5:30 pm via Zoom. We encourage all parents to attend this meeting to give feedback about the year and ideas on improvement for the upcoming school year.  To learn more about the meeting and read past minutes click here: School Community Council


RI Freeze: On May 11th there will be a testing day. No class meetings will be held so students can complete the RI, STAR Reading, and STAR Math tests. All students are required to take these tests. These tests provide important information about how we are doing as a school. Students can take the test at home though it is preferred they come in person. If you have questions about the test, please contact Mrs. Davis at Please encourage your student/s to participate and show us how smart they are!


Prom: Innovations will be holding A Starry Night Prom at Highland High School’s Courtyard on May 21st. Tickets can be bought in the office, pricing as follows: single - $5, couple - $7, and group (up to 6) $15. **Students are required to bring a negative COVID-19 test conducted within 48 hours prior to the event or a completed vaccination card to be admitted to the dance, along with their ticket. Mask and social distancing will also be mandated.**​ Tickets will not be sold at the door so buy it in advance. 

If you are willing to be a photographer for the event please reach out to Ms. Inama  or Mrs. Savage 


Concurrent Enrollment: Are you interested in taking Concurrent Enrollment classes? If you will be a junior or a senior next year now is your chance to get signed up! The Salt Lake Community College has waived the $40 one-time enrollment fee for students registering for next year. You must:

1) Enroll with the SLCC now by using the following link: to take classes next year in Fall 2021. 

2) After you enroll with the SLCC you can register for Concurrent classes for the Fall 2021 school year. 

3) You will register for classes with Nicole's help by May 28thStudents will not able to register for classes during the summer or when the new school year starts. 

4) To set an appointment, please email or visit her in her office.


Laptop Returns: Starting May 28th – June 7th we will be having all school devices returned to the schools. This includes all laptops, calculators, textbooks, and supplies handed out by teachers or staff throughout the school year. All items should be returned to the office during office hours 8 am to 2:30 pm. If you have questions about the return process please contact Amanda in the office.