6990 South 300 East, Midvale, UT 84047

Parent Update Week of March 18-22, 2024

SPRING PICTURES by Bell Photo will be taken on Monday March 18.  Individual and class photos will be taken.  You can send your student to school with a payment envelope or do the order online at www.bellphoto.com Webcode:  eastmidvalespr24.  Bell Photo has offered EME some scholarships for pictures for families that would like photos but cannot afford the cost.  Please reply to this post or contact Ms. McCall if you are interested.  Limited supply.

MOBILE VISION and MEDICAL CLINICS at East Midvale on Tuesday March 19.   If you received a permission form from Nurse Clegg, it needs to be returned on Monday (tomorrow) for your student to be seen for an exam and free glasses if needed.  If you have a concern about vision, please contact Nurse Clegg.  For Medical clinic, please call 801-998-2410 for appointment.  


  • Copperview Recreation Center is located at 8446 Harrison Ave. Midvale
  • Spring Sport team programs include outdoor soccer, baseball and rugby
  • Scholarships for families are available to cover the cost of participation.  Families need to apply in person at the recreation center for scholarships.
  • Contact the program director Dylan Keeling with questions 208 970 5945
  • There are still openings for spring break camp April 1-5.  Activities include rock climbing, swimming, movie theater, ice skating, arts & crafts and gym games.  Scholarships for this camp are also available.
  • Copperview Recreation Center Spring Sports


  • Mon. March 25 – No school for students
  • March 29 – CSD Vaccine Clinic 1:30-6:00 pm at District Offices.  No cost if insured or uninsured.
  • April 1-5 is Spring Break – no school.
  • Fri April 18 – Career Day (parent/community member presenters needed)
  • April 22-26 – Coin Drive Fundraiser for PTA – start saving coins 

STUDENT HEALTH TIP of the WEEK from Nurse Amy – Childhood is a great time to start a positive body image. Here are a few tips!

  • Be mindful of labeling any foods as “forbidden” – all foods can fit within a healthy diet just encourage mindful eating and moderation.
  • Using food as a reward or withholding it as punishment makes eating and food a potential battle ground and it can often become an unhealthy means of control.
  • Use positive comments (not judgmental ones) about body shapes and sizes.  Encourage healthy and strong bodies.
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