William Penn is located in the suburbs of the east foothills of Salt Lake County. Originally built in 1924, the school was demolished at the conclusion of the 2003 school year. In November of 2004, the students and faculty moved into the stunning new building.
William Penn Elementary serves 650 students in grades K-6. Ethnic makeup:
86.6% are Caucasian
8.2% are Hispanic-Latino
3.6% are Asian
1.7% are African Amerian
William Penn has a Spanish dual-immersion program in grades 1st through 6th. Students rotate classes to benefit from both learning in Spanish and English.
Computers and Technology
William Penn has one computer lab and most classrooms have 3-5 computers. All classrooms are equipped with a Smartboard. In addition to the lab, there are Chromebook carts for every class in all grades to use for writing/research/productivity activities, which allows greater flexibility to track math, language arts, and reading progress.
William Penn Elementary students attend Evergreen Junior High or Olympus Junior High and Olympus High School.