Stansbury Elementary is located in the west-central area of Granite School District. It was built in 1964 to serve the growing population of West Valley City. It serves a diverse socioeconomic community. All students live within 1.5 miles and are able to walk to school.
Stansbury Elementary serves approximately 1,050 students from Pre-School to sixth grade. Approximately 60.5% are Hispanic, 23.5% are Caucasian, 8% are Pacific Islander, 5% are African American, 2% are American Indian and 1% are Asian.
Computers and Technology
Stansbury Elementary has 10 mobile laptop carts with 20 devices in each, 13 Chromebook carts, each containing 30 to 40 Chromebooks, and 10 student-computer-learning centers in each classroom 1st through 6th grades. Every classroom is enhanced with a projector, sound system, interactive whiteboard and document camera, placing the resources and power of the internet and technology conveniently in the hands of teachers and students. Every teacher and classroom assistant is additionally equipped with an iPad for use with his/her class. Students use the core curriculum-based Granite Quarterly Benchmark program to test in the areas of both Language and Math to monitor their learning achievement. End of Year assessment is done via the state tool of SAGE. Students who are acquiring English as a second language use the Imagine Learning program to assist them. After-School programs using technology include a variety of programs to tutor our students as well as Lego League and Digital Club.
Stansbury students have the unique opportunity to receive a character education and fitness program known as Playworks. This program is sponsored by Americorp and provides Stansbury with a 50 hour per week volunteer to enrich our students’ experiences during non-instructional time.
Students attend West Lake Junior High and Granger High School.