Welcome to Mapleton Connects!
How are you staying connected to your community? In these extraordinary times, we are all discovering new ways to make valuable, and often virtual, connections. Mapleton Connects is a new opportunity for you to find your place in Mapleton Public Schools. Whatever your interests, Mapleton Connects can help you become a part of something bigger by building beneficial relationships between our schools and our neighbors. We all have a role to play in keeping our community safe, healthy, and strong. Let’s explore it together through Mapleton Connects!
Who is Mapleton Connects for?
Mapleton Connects is for you! Mapleton Connects is an opportunity for our diverse and resilient community to come together and feel connected to, invested in, and informed about Mapleton's promise to you – our community members.
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Construction Advisory Meeting - Valley View
Valley View opened in 1959 and quickly became a pillar of the surrounding community. After 60 years of serving students, Valley View closed at the end of the 2018-19 school year and was demolished in the spring of 2020. Thanks to community support and funding ($17M!) from the state's Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) grant program, Mapleton is in the planning and design stages of "the new View."
Join us for a second virtual Construction Advisory Meeting to review the current plans and learn more about our plans to break ground at the site at the new Valley View PreK-8.
Valley View PreK-8 Construction Meeting
Moving into 2020, the projects funded with the 2016 bond are now more than two-thirds complete. To reflect the progress we have made, we are introducing a new format for our capital improvement public meetings that will allow us to take a deeper look at each project and explore our next steps as a district and as a community. This new format will also help us to better involve community members especially interested in a specific project. We are offering two meeting times, 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to provide more opportunities for community members to join the conversation.