Wellness Bus for Free Health Services

A  Wellness Bus is available to students and their families who do not have health insurance. The health services they provide are FREE of cost. The Wellness Bus will be conducting chronic disease screening three days a week, while at the same time providing COVID testing one to two days a week as needed. In October, the bus will be offering several flu clinics throughout the month. Details to come. 


Click here for the schedule for the next 2 weeks.

School is in Session Friday, 9/25


Due to school being canceled due to the windstorm and power outages, school will be in session this Friday, September 25.


There will be NO live Zoom classes.  Students will complete assignments on Canvas.

Come Join Us!


You’re invited to Northwest’s first School Community Council meeting for the 2020-2021 school year!


This meeting will be for welcoming and meeting parents. We want parents to know how to make a difference and have a voice in your students’ education.  We will also be discussing SCC roles and responsibilities. We hope you’ll join us!


When:  September 24, 5-6 pm

Where: Zoom

Join Zoom Meeting


For more information on the School Community Council, click here.

Resources Just a Phone Call Away!


  • FAMILY RESOURCE HOTLINE 801.301.6476  (for students and their families to request food/clothing supplies or any other resources they need). 


  • IT DISTRICT SUPPORT 801.578.8224   (students and their families can call this number to get help with their devices). 


  • FAMILY ADVOCATE (Alicia De León) 385.313.0712 (teachers, students, and their families can call or text  for support to strengthen our ongoing relationships in education). 

Alicia De León is fluent bilingual (English/Spanish). 

Weekly Schedule and Start Times


On Wednesdays, students will meet live via Zoom for Advisory and complete Canvas assignments from their teachers.

  • Group A students meet via Zoom at 9:15.

  • Group B students meet via Zoom at 12:30.


Weekly Schedule     


Class Meeting Times

Canvas Login Information


Canvas Support for Students and Families


Click for first-time laptop login directions.

First, connect to Wi-Fi before attempting to login!

Laptop Login Directions


Click Canvas icon below to login.

Canvas Link


Student Canvas Login Tutorial

 Click below to view video.

Student Canvas Login Video






How to Login to Canvas  *written directions

        Click below.

Student & Parent Canvas Login Directions





For Canvas videos for parents, click here.


Password Reset instructions


Student & Family Tech Support During Remote Learning

Tech Help for Families   

  During remote learning, if students have any problems with district devices or learning     resources, their first point of contact should be their teacher(s). 


 For more information, click Family Technical Support.


If it is a more serious tech issue, fill out the Tech Support Form to receive tech support. 


Once the completed form is submitted, someone will contact you within 24 hours. Our tech teams are working every weekday.


HP X360 laptops...fixing the camera

If you have a HP X360 laptop and you are having trouble with the camera, find help here.


Internet Options

If you need internet, please click here for student internet options.


Remote Learning Fall 2020

For more information, please see the Salt Lake City District website.


Grab and Go Student Meals


For more information on times and locations, click the picture below.


Grab & Go Student Meals

Northwest Welcomes a New Community Member!

Ms. De Leon

Alicia De León has been appointed to be Northwest’s Family-School Collaboration (FSC) Specialist. Welcome!  To read more about Alicia and read her personal greeting to our community, see the counselor page here

After-School Program


For more information, see the After-School Program page here.

After-School Program InformationAfter-School Program Information

Salt Lake City School District's Extended Learning Program (ELP)


2020-2021 Magnet Extended Learning Program Information for the 2021-2022 school year


The Salt Lake City School District Extended Learning Program (ELP) provides specialized educational services for identified gifted and high ability 7th and 8th grade middle school students. ELP services are available at all district middle schools with more extensive services provided through ELP Magnet Programs at Clayton, Hillside, and Glendale Middle Schools, and West High School.


Applications for the 2021-2022 school year are available on the Extended Learning Program website.

  • Check the ELP website for application deadlines, and assessment timelines.

  • A Parent Information PowerPoint for parents of current grade 6 and 7 students is available on the ELP website.


You are invited to attend the Q & A Zoom meeting on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.



For more information, click here and check out the District ELP website. 



Información del Programa de Aprendizaje Avanzado de Magnet 2020-2021 para el año escolar 2021-2022

El Programa de Aprendizaje Avanzado ofrece servicios académicos a los estudiantes identificados como dotados y de alta habilidad que son eligibles por servicios a través de un proceso de evaluaciones.


 For more information, click here  (scroll to 2nd ​page for Spanish) and check out the District ELP website. 


2020-2021 SLCSD School Restart Information

For Salt Lake City School District’s school restart plan, click below.

2020-2021 SLCSD School Restart Information

Registration 2020-2021

Online Registration for 2020-2021 School Year is available August 1. Click the button to register.

2020-2021 Registration

2020-2021 Immunization Update

2020-2021 Immunization Update2020-2021 Immunization Update

Summer Library Book Return

Summer Library Book Return

Social Emotional Learning Response to COVID 19

During this challenging time, the physical and mental health and safety of our students, families, and staff is Salt Lake School District’s top priority. Understanding that each individual and family has different SEL Response to COVID 19needs right now, the District has compiled a list of helpful links and resources and placed them in appropriate categories for fast and easy searches. SLCSD hopes having this information in one place will be useful and comforting to all in our school community.  The District is constantly updating this page as they discover more material to keep you informed and connected. 

Free Books Online for You with SORA!

School is closed, but you can check out books online to use on any device with SORA!  Simply download the SORA app and start checking out ebooks and audiobooks.  

Sora Digital Books

For more information on getting started with SORA, see the library page for help.


Click on picture to visit SORA  or go to

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