Eastlake Elementary (Year-round)

About Eastlake Elementary

Firing up Excellence!
Eastlake ElementaryEastlake Elementary is located near the Oquirrh Mountains in the innovative Eastlake Village at Daybreak. The school is on a knoll overlooking the Salt Lake Valley and is east of a magnificent man-made lake complete with canoeing, fishing, and walking paths. The school is a unique two-story design with large windows in every classroom, collaboration kivas, beautiful media center, spacious gym with stage area, and computer lab with the latest technology. The school serves students from kindergarten to sixth grade and opened on August 25, 2008. To help assure each child’s success, Eastlake Elementary has three areas of focus: Literacy and Numeracy, Arts Integration, and Positive School Atmosphere. Eastlake parents are encouraged to be involved in school because “Together We Are More”.

  • General Information
  • Eastlake Elementary serves 1350 students on a four-track, year-round schedule (A, B, C, D tracks).
  • Each classroom is equipped with audio enhancement and digital projection systems.
  • A nutritious hot lunch is prepared and served daily.
  • Bus service is provided for students who live 1-1/2 miles or more from the school.
  • School Highlights
  • Easltake is a Leader in Me school. All students are leaders and learn about the 7 Habits of Happy Kids. Students participate in student-led conferences and have leadership notebooks to track academic performance.
  • Eastlake has a Chinese Immersion program, which begins in first grade. Students are randomly selected to participate. The school day is half-day English and half-day Chinese.
  • The dynamic faculty is divided into teams who participate in Professional Learning Communities (PLC). Teachers collaborate to ensure that all students are learning and to give students access to the best talents of each teacher.
  • The curriculum meets or exceeds all district and state requirements. Teachers use the Balanced Literacy framework to teach reading and writing. Math is taught using a combination of Investigations (hands-on and problem solving approach) and the Scott Foresman/Addison Wesley curriculum.
  • Students in grades 3-6 have planners that are used for communication about homework and other school activities. Parents sign the planners each evening, and teachers initial the planner each morning.
  • Our literacy specialist and reading assistants provide students with extra help in reading and comprehension. They also provide support for teachers to improve reading instruction.
  • Character education lessons are presented every month on the character trait of the month.
  • Students have access to the latest technology including computers, mobile writing labs (laptops), and smart boards. Students work with software in language arts, math, and other curriculum areas.
  • Resource teachers give special help to students in math or reading.
  • A guidance specialist is available to provide group or individual guidance support. Speech therapy is also provided for students as necessary.Eastlake students have opportunities to explore the arts (choir, orchestra, Meet the Masters) and physical fitness (Gold Medal School).Eastlake students are expected to follow a Code of Conduct for responsible citizens, which spells out expectations for behavior.
  • The school adheres to Jordan School District dress, attendance, and discipline standards.
  • The Eastlake Student Council gives students leadership opportunities as they meet to build school pride and serve others.
  • An active PTA and School Community Council assist with school activities and regularly give input on important school issues.Students are expected to behave in a responsible manner in class, on the playground, while participating in activities and going to and from school.
  • Eastlake Elementary is using Utah State Trust Land funds to improve reading skills ADD and to provide math intervention time for all students.
  • School visitors and volunteers are welcomed and encouraged at Eastlake. Volunteers support the educational process through their work within the classroom. Every family that attends Eastlake is encouraged to support their children by working as a team with the classroom teachers as they strive to provide excellent educational opportunities for all children.
Student Achievement

The Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence (SAGE) is a collection of computer-adaptive assessments given to Utah students beginning in grade 3. SAGE assessments provide questions that assess students’ ability to apply higher-order thinking skills and better emulate real tasks students may encounter in education and in life.

SAGE assessments were developed through a joint effort on the part of Utah teachers, parents, test development experts, and the Utah State Office of Education. SAGE assessments provide information to assist in determining students’ educational progress towards being ready for college and careers upon completion of secondary school.

PACE is an acronym given to Utah’s 2013 ten-year education and economic development plan. The plan includes four main components: Prepare young learners, Access for all students, Complete certificates and degrees, and Economic success (PACE). PACE Accountability Reports provide information regarding a school’s progress towards achieving components of the Governor’s education and economic development plan.

In lower and middle grades, PACE Accountability Reports display information regarding kindergarten readiness and SAGE assessment results for grades 3, 6, and 8. At the high school level, SAGE reports include graduation rates, ACT results, and college credit earned concurrent enrollment, advanced placement (AP), career and technical education (CTE), and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs.

Boundary Description

Begin at Split Rock Dr. and 10200 S.; east along 10200 S. (Old Bingham Hwy., south side) to the dry creek bed west of Walnut Canyon Ln.; southeast along the dry creek bed (west side) to 4000 W. and approx. 10960 S.; north on 4000 W. (east side) to Rushton View Dr.; east along Rushton View Dr. (south side) to Bangerter Hwy.; south along Bangerter Hwy. (west side) to 11400 S.; west along 11400 S. (north side) to Oquirrh Lake Rd; north along Oquirrh Lake Rd. (east side) to South Jordan Pkwy.; west along South Jordan Pkwy. (north side) to Split Rock Dr.; north along Split Rock Dr. (east side) to 10200 S.