Iron County School District

"Act as if what you do makes a difference.  It does."  ~William James


Upcoming Events


May 27- Last Day of School! (Out at 2:30 pm)

              Awards Assembly

              (1st-2nd Grade- 9:30 am, 3rd-5th Grade-10:00 am)

              Promotion cards and teacher assignments will be sent home

Have a fun and safe summer!

August 16- School Resumes (Tuesday)

August 17- Back to School Night @ 6:00 pm


 Help Earn Money for Our School!

1.  Go to AmazonSmile

2. Log into your Amazon Account.

3. Type PTA Utah Congress Three Peaks Elementary.

4. Click Search.

5. Click Select.

6. Start Shopping :)

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 Oracle Series Order Form

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Order Form


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Pictures from "The Lion King"Play


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Keep Calm and Read During the Summer


Where's My Bookmobile?




Lead by Example: Bring a book along to the beach, grab a magazine at the doctor's office. They'll learn reading can be a fun part of summer for them too.

Talk It Up: Talk to them about what you're reading. What did you like, what did you learn, how did it help?

Find a Time to Read: Remember to save time in the busy summer schedule for reading. During breakfast or before bedtime could be convenient times.

Relax the Rules: Don't set time or page requirements. Keep it fun. Let them read what, when & how they want.

Lots of Reading Materials: Books aren't the only reading choices. Have magazines, newspapers, informational material on hand that might spark their interest.

Break the Boredom: Without the school regimen kids can get bored looking for activities. Books that teach how to make or do something are great way to keep kids reading.

Read Aloud: Take children to see a local storyteller or be one yourself. Make it fun and interesting with voices or silly hats!

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Lifetouch Account Login

New Picture Day images and data for Three Peaks Elementary School are now available on the Lifetouch Portal.

Lifetouch Account Login


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News Nugget

We encourage every parent to get involved this year by committing to three hours of volunteer service to our school. When we all work together, wonderful things can be accomplished!


Principal's Message:

I would like to thank all teachers, staff, volunteers, parents, PTA, and everyone else that has helped make this school year a great success.  Please provide opportunities for your children to read, write, think, and experience new things during the summer break so they will continue to learn and be ready when school begins.  Check out these websites that contain summer activities for your children: 

  •  Click on the books and activities tab   
  •  2016 Utah governor's summer reading program


School begins on August 16, 2016.  Back-to-school night is August 17, 2016 at 6:00 pm


     If you are picking up or dropping off your child, please remember not to park along the red curb in front of the building between the orange cones.  Please slow down while driving in the parking lot. Please do not drive through the bus drop off zone on the North side of the school to drop of your children. If you need to come inside the school, please park your car in the parking stalls and not along the curbs. This procedure will ensure the safety of the students at Three Peaks Elementary. Thank you.


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Faculty/Staff Spotlight


Favorite Food: Anything Barbecued

Favorite Subject:

Hobby: Working in the yard, reading, sports

Favorite Book/Author: John Grisham                                           

    Mr. Burgoyne, Principal

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Favorite Food: Prime Rib

Favorite Subject:

Hobby: Reading

Favorite Book/Author: The Hunger Games                                      

    Mrs. White, Secretary

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ICSD Forum



Time Study

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Iron County School District is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate in the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment on account of race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or religion or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law.



Three Peaks Elementary

receives 2014 Utah Title I

Reward School Recognition Award


     The Utah State Office of Education is pleased to recognize Three Peaks Elementary as a recipient of the 2014 Utah Title I Reward School Recognition.  This recognition is provided to Utah Title I schools that are able to demonstrate high levels of student achievement. We hope that you will take the opportunity to share this notice of recognition with your school community. 

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SAGE 2014-2015

Test Results


Elementary Language Arts

Elementary Mathematics

  Elementary Science 


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Three Peaks Arts Program

10 Lessons Arts Teach


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One hundred years from now 
It will not matter 
what kind of car I drove, 
What kind of house I lived in, 
how much money was in my bank account 
nor what my clothes looked like. 
But the world may be a better place because 
I was important in the life of a child.

~Forest Witcraft

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School Hours
School Starts- 8:55 a.m.
School Ends- 3:30 p.m.
Early Out Wednesdays- 1:30 p.m.

Kindergarten Schedule
AM- 8:55-11:40 a.m.
PM- 12:45-3:30 p.m.
Early Out Wednesday
AM- 8:45-10:45 a.m.
PM- 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Parents: Please do not drop off students before 8:30 am.  If you have children in afternoon kindergarten, please do not drop them off before 12:30 pm. Thanks!

Phone Number: (435) 586-8871
If you need to leave a message for your child, please call BEFORE 2:30 pm.
(Wednesdays BEFORE 12:30 pm.) Thanks!

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School Counselor Phone Number:
(435) 238-4188
Fax Phone Number:
(435) 586-8934

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School Boundaries
Wind Project

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Three Peaks Elementary

Reading Site


Handicap Parking


Please be sure to park in the front handicapped parking spots if you have a handicap sticker.

Officer Garcia from the Iron County Sheriff's Department will be issuing citations to those without proper identification.


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