Dr. Martin W. Bates was appointed as the superintendent of Granite School District effective September 1, 2010. Dr. Bates previously served as the Assistant Superintendent in the Granite District over Administrative and Legal Services.
Dr. Bates hosts town hall meetings and Walk in Wednesday. He updates his blog and the superintendent snapshot regularly.
Please Note: Walk-in Wednesday will not be held during the Legislative session (February 5 & March 4).
Ben Horsley, Director 385.646.4420
The Communications Office is always trying to find new ways of getting information to our schools, patrons, students and community members. You can find Granite School District on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Donnette McNeill-Waters, Director 385.646.4511
Granite School District operates 63 elementary schools, 16 junior high schools, 9 high schools, as well as other special schools and programs. With 67,730 students, Granite is the third largest district in Utah and is among the largest public districts in the nation. Granite is also one of Utah’s largest employers, with more than 9,500 full and part-time employees.
Policy & Legal Services
Doug Larson, Director 385.646.4009
Here you can find updated policies and procedures for Granite School District.
Granite Education Foundation
Brent Severe, Director 385.646.4483
Recognized as one of the nation’s foremost educational foundations, Granite Education Foundation facilitates working programs and in-kind donations that benefit students and teachers on a regular basis. Through its outreach and partnerships with local and national business entities, the Foundation encourages others to make a direct and meaningful impact on children.
Granite School District Police
Randy Porter, Chief of Police 801.481.7122
The Granite District Police maintain a clean, safe, secure and uninterrupted learning environment for the students, staff, administration and patrons of Granite School District. To provide concentrated assistance in implementing sound crime and violence reduction programs, including components of a safe school climate, community involvement, building design, building security and maintenance, and the fostering of strong, cooperative relationships between schools, police, and courts.