*February 22nd-25th SEP Conferences. Students will be dismissed at 1:15 each day this week. NO KINDERGARTEN MONDAY AND TUESDAY
*New student registration for the 2021-2022 school year will open on Monday, March 1st. Please fill out the online registration form before contacting your school to schedule an appointment to complete the registration process.
* The pink immunization cards can be printed off the Utah Department of Health website at the following link: https://immunize.utah.gov/order-educational-materials/
* Parents with students going into preschool in their building, you will need to complete the registration process at one of the main preschool sites. For more information on preschool, there is a flyer posted on the front doors of the school.
The Washington County Library is hosting an Un-Bound 2021 Upcycled Book Art Contest. Go to: library.washco.utah.gov for contest rules and entry forms
New Principal coming to Legacy Elementary fall 2021
Angie Evans was born in Provo, Utah. Her family moved to Ivins, Utah when she was five years old. She attended Santa Clara Elementary from 1st – 5th grades. She attended Woodward for 6th grade then Dixie Middle and High School. After graduation, she married James Evans. They have 3 children, Kenna (23), Trystan (21) and Monte (18) and a bonus daughter, Hart Baresco (22).
Angie attended Dixie State University where she graduated with her Bachelor Degree. Later she attended Southern Utah University and earned her Masters Degree and later her administrative endorsement. She loves learning and has completed many District endorsements. Angie started her teaching career in 2006 as a SEE student at Red Mountain Elementary. She taught 1st grade and 4th grade there and has been the learning coach for the past 6 years.
When Angie is not at school, she loves baking, hiking, jogging,
exercising, watching movies and most of all getting lost in a good book. Angie loves working with students and teachers and she is excited to join the Legacy family.
This week our teachers were awarded with grants from our foundation through our wonderful sponsors in St. George Utah to help with supplies needed to enhance student learning!