According to state law a student qualifies for busing when they live at least two miles from the school's closest property line to their house. To see if a student qualifies for school busing, please go to the student’s my.DSD account and follow the path below:
This information may not be available from the District until a few days before school starts. Please be aware that Millcreek Junior High will not be providing Space Available Bus Passes. Only students that are within the busing boundaries will be allowed to ride the bus. For additional busing information please contact Transportation at 801-402-7500 or visit their website.
Dear Community Members,
As the principal of Millcreek Junior High School, I consider the safety of students who walk and bike to school to be one my highest priorities. I am pleased to share with you our school updated Student Neighborhood Access Program (SNAP)™ Plan, which identifies the safest routes your child should follow when walking or biking to school.
Our school’s SNAP Map is found above. The safe walking and biking routes were determined after careful consideration by members of our School Community Council and were then reviewed and approved by district, city and state officials. The map is Google-based, so you can:
• Adjust the view to see your specific neighborhood
• Zoom in/out
• Switch between the map and satellite imagery
• Determine the print size and area
• Select to print the map with English or Spanish text
• Review a Text Description of the SNAP Map that describes how your child can access the safest walking and biking routes
I urge you to use this information as you encourage your children to participate in this healthy activity that reduces traffic congestion and improves safety around our school by limiting the number of cars dropping off and picking up students.
If you have any questions about our SNAP Plan or need assistance, please contact Trent Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org . Let’s all work to have a safe and enjoyable school year.