2585 West 200 South • Provo, Utah 84601 • Phone (801) 370-4630 • Fax (801) 370-4633





Happy Birthday to Mr. McCarty

On Friday, November 20th, we held a surprise birthday assembly for our awesome principal, Mr. McCarty. He was so surprised!

Mr. McCarty was escorted to the stage where Mrs. Roberts shared some interesting facts about him. It was fun to learn more about him. He was given a birthday crown to wear and the students and faculty sang "Happy Birthday".

A big surprise for him was when his family came out from behind the curtain to share this special assembly with him. His wife, three children, and his parents were able to be there. 

Mrs. Roberts then presented Mr. McCarty with gifts from the faculty and then each grade level presented him with special cards they made for him.

And everyone gave him a standing ovation!

We are so fortunate to have such an amazing principal! He knows each of the students by name and takes the time to talk to any of them when they need it. The students always get excited when they see him in the halls. He is always so friendly and he has helped make our school a safe place to be. 


Thanks for being such an AWESOME principal!

Utah Opera Comes to Amelia Earhart

We had the opportunity to have representatives from the Utah Opera come teach us about opera music. It was a very fun but also a very informative assembly. We learned different parts of opera music (for example, we learned what an Aria was), we learned opera terms, the different types of voices, and we got to listen to some examples. The following video is an example of rhythm where the students were able to interact with the performers:

Thank you to the Utah Opera for such a fun and informative assembly! 


Kindness No Gossip

Amelia Earhart's Kindness Club produced an awesome movie explaining what to do if you come across someone who is spreading gossip. It helps us remember that Amelia Earhart Elementary is a Gossip Free school. We want everyone here to feel that they belong and are accepted. One way that can happen is by treating others with respect and knowing what to do to stop gossip. This video talks about the steps we can take to do this. Thank you to the Kindness Club, Mr. Miller and Mr. Jeppesen for putting together this great movie.  We really appreciate your examples of being kind at our school!  Keep up the great work!

Online Scheduler for January SEPs

SEP Conferences for Term 2 will be on

Wednesday, January 27th and Thursday, January 28th.

The online scheduler is now available to sign up for your January SEP Conferences.

To get started, click the link on the side bar to the left or click HERE.

Halloween Parade 2015


It's a little late but here's a video of our Halloween Parade from October 30th...      Great costumes, Aviators! How fun!

Honoring Our Veterans


On Wednesday, November 11th, we had the opportunity of honoring some of our brave veterans at our annual Veteran's Day Assembly. We had the 2nd graders and our school choir sing. The HOPE squad made a presentation about veterans. And the highlight was when students brought their grandparents, parents, uncles, aunts, and friends who are veterans up in front and introduced them. It is always such an honor to have them come to our school! We appreciate all their work and sacrifice they have done to make our life here in America safe and wonderful. Thank you so much to all our veterans!                                               

Student Recognition Assembly

Congratulations to all who received Academic Success, Citizenship, and Reflections awards at our assembly on Friday.

Well done!

Keep up the great work, Aviators!



Amelia Earhart Elementary School needs Foster Grandparents!  


The Utah County Foster Grandparent Program is looking for seniors 55 or older, to serve as mentors and tutors for children and youth within community organizations such as schools, hospitals, and youth centers. There they work with trained professionals to provide assistance, support, and knowledge to children and teens with special and exceptional needs.  Foster Grandparents receive a small stipend (about $200 per month), a meal each day of work, and mileage reimbursement.  Volunteers must be income eligible (earn approximately $2,000 per month or less for a single person), be willing to serve 15 or more hours per week and have the desire to help others.  This is a fun and rewarding way to serve in your community!  

Call the Foster Grandparent Program at 801-851-7784 for an application or questions.

Kindness Club

Did you know that Amelia Earhart has a Kindness Club? Mr. Miller, one of our school psychologists, meets with this group of third graders twice a month and they discuss ways to promote kindness at our school. Respecting Self, Respecting Others, and Respecting Community are three standards that are used to promote kindness. Currently, the Kindness Club is working on making a video that will be shared with the whole school that will promote awareness of some of the problems, such as gossiping or bullying, that we may have at our school. They will address these problems and demonstrate solutions to them. 

Thank you to the Kindness Club and to Mr. Miller for their examples and hard work to spread kindness at our school! We look forward to seeing your video! 


35th Annual Running the Race is Tomorrow!

All students are invited to participate in the 35th annual Running the Race event, which will be held Tuesday, October 27th, 2015. Festivities will take place at Kiwanis Park, located at 1000 East and 1200 North, east of Wasatch Elementary. Students are encouraged to wear comfortable running attire and to warm up beforehand. Free registration will take place at Kiwanis Park, where participants must be registered 15 minutes before the race begins. For questions, please contact Phil Olsen at Provo High School or Jaimie Ribera at Timpview High School.

Date: October 27th, 2015

Place: Kiwanis Park (about 1000 East and 1200 North, east of Wasatch Elementary)

Awards: 30 Ribbons for the first 30 finishers and a trophy to the school team champions for each race. **Team scores will be determined by adding the places of the first five finishers of each team/school in each race. Each race is scored separately; low score wins and a team/school must have a minimum of five finishers in a race to obtain a team score for the team trophy.

Registration is free and will take place at the park. Please ensure your student is registered 15 minutes prior to their specific call time.

 The Book Fair and Red Ribbon Week are Next Week

Amelia Earhart Book Fair

October 26th - October 30th

In the Media Center

Monday and Tuesday 8:00am to 4:00pm

Wednesday  8:00am to 7:00pm

Thursday 8:00am to 5:00pm

Friday 8:00am to 2:00pm


Red Ribbon Week is October 26th - October 30th also.

Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. We observe it by having different activities throughout the week to remind students to "Just Say No!" 

Here are the activities for the week:

Monday - Wear Red

Tuesday - Crazy Hair Day

Wednesday - Wear Silly Socks

Thursday - Jersey Day

Friday - Wear your Halloween Costumes


Fundraiser and Reflections

Don't forget to come to Amelia Earhart Night at McCoard's Mystery Maze and Zombie paintball tonight! 10% of all proceeds will be donated to our school. Thank you McCoard's!

ALSO... Don't forget Reflections Contest entries are due tomorrow, October 23rd!!!



 Amelia Earhart Elementary is Now Officially on Social Media             

Did you know that Amelia Earhart Elementary has an official Facebook Page? Well, we do!

You can click on the Facebook icon on the side bar at the left or you can click HERE to go to our page. Be sure and "Like" the page and follow us. It is updated almost everyday with announcements and awesome things that are going on at our school. 


We also have an official Twitter page!

Follow us on Twitter by using the handle @AmeliaPCSDor you can simply click the Twitter icon on the side bar at the left. 


It is our hope that this will be an easy way to receive updates and communication directly from the school. 


So, if you haven't already, "Like" us on Facebook and "Follow" us on Twitter! 

See you online!




Amelia Earhart Fundraiser              

        Corn Maze and Zombie Paintball Night October 22nd

Support Amelia Earhart by attending the maze on

Thursday, October 22nd.


Make sure you mention "Amelia Earhart" at the resister. 10% of ticket sales made that night will be donated to Amelia Earhart!



384 SOUTH 3110 WEST 


DIRECTIONS: West on Center Street towards the lake, left on Airport Road.



Corn Maze 4pm - 10pm                                                                                                    Zombie 7pm - 10pm



Adults (10+) $9.00                                                                                                          Children (3-9) $6.00                                                                                               Children 2 and under FREE

Combo: $15.00 all ages 


Regular School Schedule Today

Just a reminder...

Today is a regularly scheduled day.

We will be dismissing at 3:20pm.

Fall Break is October 15-16 and 19th.

There will be no school on these days.

School will resume on Tuesday, October 20th.

Have a safe and enjoyable Fall Break!


8th Annual Amelia Earhart Fun Run


Friday, we had our 8th Annual Amelia Earhart Fun Run. The students really worked hard preparing and gathering donations for our school fundraiser. In P.E. class, Miss Kucher had the students practice running so they could be in shape to run the Fun Run course. We are so grateful to the many members of the community who donated to our fundraiser! We were able to receive almost $3,000! 100% of all the money collected will be going towards field trips for our students. THANK YOU!!!!Thank you to the following companies and individuals that donated prizes for our students:                                                                                                                             
McCoard's Corn Maze, CLAS Ropes Course, The Marvell Family, The Lang Family, The Vasquez Family (UVU), McWare Ductile, Jared Emerick, BYU, Costa Vida, and Brick Oven.                                              
Also, a big thank you to Doxa Threelay for donating our super cool Finish Line! It was really cool! Another Fun Run is in the books! We are excited to learn so much on our field trips this year! Thank you!

Have You Signed Up Online for Your Next SEP Conference?

SEP Conferences are October 28th and October 29th

Don't forget to sign up for your SEP conference online!

 If you haven't already signed up, please go to https://www.canyoncreeksoftware.com/scheduler/ut/provo/index.cfm

to sign up. We are having a contest to see which class can get the highest percentage of parents sign up online.

The winning class will receive a donut party! 


If you need any assistant or if you have questions, click HERE for instructions. 


School Picture Day is TOMORROW!!!

Don't forget School Picture Day is tomorrow,         October 2nd!

 Fun Run Information

On Friday, October 9th, our school will host the 8th annual Amelia Earhart Fun Run. Students will be asking parents, grandparents, and friends of the family to sponsor them with cash pledges to help our school. (Pledge packets with donations are due back to school on Thursday, October 8th.)The Fun Run is a great way for our school community to come together and raise donations to help pay for quality educational programs our children will benefit from here at Amelia Earhart Elementary. We need your help to make this happen. 

Right now, we are preparing for this Fun Run Fundraiser and we are looking for motivating prizes for our students. We are asking generous parents and local businesses to contribute a tax-deductible prize donation that will be used to reward students who will be collecting pledged donations for our school Fun Run.  While we will personally be out visiting local businesses, we would like to invite our school community to contact Ryan McCarty, the principal at Amelia Earhart Elementary, if they would like to make a prize donation.

Other schools within Provo School District have had businesses and parents donate prizes such as Wii game systems, iPods, digital cameras, sport equipment, sports tickets and more. While these are great prizes, we are excited to receive any and all creative prizes that donators are willing to contribute.

On the day of the run, the afternoon Kindergarten classes will come at 8:30 with the rest of the school. They will meet in their regular room before and after the race. The AM and PM kindergarten classes will dismiss at 10:45 on this day. Extended day kindergarten will dismiss at 1:30 on this day.

Thank you for helping Amelia Earhart Elementary prepare for our Fun Run. Together we can accomplish great things for the students at Amelia Earhart Elementary!

Childhood Obesity Campaign Volunteers

Volunteers from Utah Valley Regional Medical Center came to Amelia Earhart to                  promote healthy eating and exercise as a part of the Childhood Obesity Campaign. They made it fun by coming dressed as fruits and vegetables and giving every child a jump rope. They talked with the students as they went out to lunch recess and encouraged them to be healthy and active. 


Thank you to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center for coming to promote such a worthy cause!


Book Ambassador Program

The Amelia Earhart Library is excited to be partnering with the Provo City Library for their Book Ambassador program.  A Book Ambassador is a parent or grandparent that loves reading and loves sharing their love of reading with others.  How the program works is the Provo City Library brings a basket of books to our school, the Book Ambassadors choose a book from the basket to take home and read, then they come back and share the book with students here at Amelia Earhart.  This a a wonderful program that not only helps promote the Provo City Library but also promotes a love of reading for our students.  

Thank you to our Book Ambassadors! 

 Amelia Earhart Night at Costa Vida -- TONIGHT!!!


Bring the flyer that went home with your student today to the Costa Vida at

1200 N. University Ave. in Provo, Utah

Tonight, September 25, 2015 from 5:00-9:00pm


Costa Vida will donate 15% of their sales generated by you and other friends to our school!


It's a delicious way to help our school raise some funds!

Click HERE if you need to print out a flyer.


 Using Inferences to Solve the Mystery

Oh no! It looks like Mrs. Rucker’s giraffe friend had a mysterious accident! No one saw what happened but luckily there were some clues left behind. Mrs. Rucker’s students were on the scene to examine the clues and they used inferences to see if they could figure out how the poor giraffe got injured. 

One of the reading tools students are taught is to make inferences. Students learn to look for context clues in what they are reading and learn to use these clues to infer so they can see what is implied (not stated) within the words of a story. Sometimes meanings are meant to be implied or hinted at, and when meanings are implied, that’s when we have to infer them. 

Mrs. Rucker’s Inference Activity was a great way to illustrate this reading tool to her students. They examined the clues that were presented (the banana peel, skid marks, etc.) and they were able to use these clues to make inferences as to what happened to the giraffe. 


What a fun and memorable way to learn such an important reading tool! 

 Schedule Your SEP Conference Online

Online scheduling for the October 28th and 29th SEP Conferences is now available for grades K-6.                                                                                    

Click on the Online Scheduler icon to begin.

You may also click on the Online Scheduler icon located in the side bar at the left at any time.


Click HERE for instructions on how to use the online scheduler. 

 "Let Your Imagination Fly"    Reflections Contest 2015

Celebrate your creativity through...                                            Literature, Visual and 3D Art work, Photography, and Dance. 

For complete rules, entry forms, and consent forms, visit www.utahpta.org/reflections

Forms will also be available in classrooms and in the main office

  • Print out the two required forms, Student Entry Form, and the Artist Statement Form for your chosen category. Make sure each form is filled out completely. Entries without these forms automatically loose 5 points.
  • All entries must have paperwork in a plastic sheet protector, and artwork in a large manila envelope.
  • Reflection: the concept is more important than the technique. 

Entries are Due OCTOBER 23rd

We look forward to seeing your amazing entries, Aviators!

Backpack Awareness

  It is National School Backpack Awareness Day on September 16th.  Before you send your child to school make sure their backpack fits right and isn't too heavy.  Your child's back will be very grateful. 

Backpack Day Handouts, Artwork, and Video


Family Skate Night is TONIGHT!!!

It's time for our annual back to school family skate night. This is a fun night for the whole family to get to know our school community. 

Friday, September 11th

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

East side of school

Bring your roller-skates, rollerblades, scooters or anything on wheels            (except bikes).

Also, bring a lawn chair or blanket!

Food will be available for purchase: pizza, popcorn, pineapple Dole whip, cotton candy, chips, and drinks.



 United Way Day of Caring   

Thank you so much

to the many volunteers that came from Utah Valley University on Thursday, September 10th for the United Way Day of Caring.

The volunteers helped our school with various projects and in the classroom. We had volunteers reading to our students, freshening up the paint on the playground, weeding around our play equipment, painting the lines for a football and soccer field, replaced basketball nets, and they even donated soccer goal posts. They were so generous with their time and efforts. We really appreciate everything they did to help make our school even more amazing!

Thank you to the United Way and UVU!!!

Netsmartz Assembly

On Thursday, September 10th our students attended an assembly about Internet Safety. Cole from Netsmartz came and gave a very informative presentation on how to stay safe on the Internet. There were two assemblies -- one geared for grades K-3 and one for grades 4-6.

Thank you to Cole for coming!

If you would like to learn more about Internet Safety, you can visit www.netsmartzkids.org.

Amelia Earhart has a New Art Teacher

We are happy to welcome Ms. Kim Peterson to Amelia Earhart as our new Art Teacher!

Ms. Peterson is both a highly qualified teacher and an accomplished artist. She will begin teaching classes Friday, September 4th.  We are so excited to learn from her experience.

Ms. Peterson said,  "I’m Kim Peterson, an illustrator who loves teaching! I graduated from BYU-Idaho in 2014 with a BFA in Illustration. My art experience lies both in traditional and digital art mediums.  During the past few years I’ve worked on projects that range from comics to character design. I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to teach art in many different settings, including the Scera Art Studios and Sundance Mountain Resort Kids Camp. I believe there is an important need for art education in the school setting, and am excited to help grow this program at Amelia Earhart! "


WELCOME to Amelia Earhart!!!


Examples of Ms. Peterson's artwork:




Tuesday, September 1

6:00-7:45 pm

Come learn about some exciting new things that are happening at Amelia Earhart Elementary School!!!

  • Guaranteed Essentials
  • Learning Target Journals
  • Homework Expectations


6:00 – Opening in the gym

6:30 – Session 1 in teachers classroom

6:55 – Session 2 in teachers classroom

7:20 – Session 3 in teachers classroom


Students are encouraged to attend.

***Brownies and ice cream served for those attending classroom sessions***


Tuesday, September 1

6:00-7:45 pm

Come learn about some exciting new things that are happening at Amelia Earhart Elementary School!!!

  • Guaranteed Essentials
  • Learning Target Journals
  • Homework Expectations


6:00 – Opening in the gym

6:30 – Session 1 in teachers classroom

6:55 – Session 2 in teachers classroom

7:20 – Session 3 in teachers classroom


Students are encouraged to attend.

***Brownies and ice cream served for those attending classroom sessions***


Amelia Earhart Elementary School needs Foster Grandparents!  


The Utah County Foster Grandparent Program is looking for seniors 55 or older, to serve as mentors and tutors for children and youth within community organizations such as schools, hospitals, and youth centers. There they work with trained professionals to provide assistance, support, and knowledge to children and teens with special and exceptional needs.  Foster Grandparents receive a small stipend (about $200 per month), a meal each day of work, and mileage reimbursement.  Volunteers must be income eligible (earn approximately $2,000 per month or less for a single person), be willing to serve 15 or more hours per week and have the desire to help others.  This is a fun and rewarding way to serve in your community!  

Call the Foster Grandparent Program at 801-851-7784 for an application or questions.   

We are excited to welcome our awesome new and returning students as well as our new and returning teachers and staff.

This is going to be a great year!!!

Schedule Your SEP Conference Online

Online scheduling for the October 28th and 29th SEP Conferences is now available for grades 1-6.  (Appointments for the August SEP Conferences will be assigned in classrooms and sent out after school starts.)                                                                                      
Kindergarten is now available to schedule Oct. 27th, 28th , and 29th

Click on the Online Scheduler icon to begin.

Click HERE for instructions on how to use the online scheduler. 

Message from Mr. McCarty

Dear Parents and Students of Amelia Earhart,


I hope that each of you are having a wonderful summer.  I look forward to school starting next month, and I know it is going to be a great year!

I know that many of you are excited to find out who will be your child's teacher.  Please plan on coming to Amelia Earhart on August 3rd anytime between 2:00 - 6:00.  We will have computers set up to assist parents in updating their contact and emergency contact information online.  After that, you will be given a packet with information including who will be your child's teacher.

If you are unable to make that time, the office will be open to do the same process on August 4th - 6th from 9:00 am - 1:00 pmp.  

We do need parents there to give the information, so we will not be able to give it if just your child shows up.

If those times do not work for you, we will be sending out the packet in the mail on August 7th and it should arrive shortly after that.

Thanks, and have a great rest of the summer!

Sincerely, Mr. McCarty

If you are needing to visit the office during the summer, below are the hours when it will be open:

Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm for the month of June

Closed in July (for deep cleaning)

August 3rd - 6th   9:00 am - 1:00 pm

August 10th begins regular office hours - 8:10 am - 3:50 pm

Summer Library Information...

 Please note...No Summer Library on August 5th. It is canceled due to Teacher meetings. It will resume on August 12th.


Jump Start 2015

Monday, August 3rd -- Wednesday, August 12th**
9:00 – 11:30am Monday to Friday


** Please note that the last day of Jump Start has changed to Wednesday, August 12th**


~ Studies show on average it takes approximately two weeks for student(s) to resume regular progress/learning in the classroom following Summer vacation/break.

~ JUMP START takes place these two weeks BEFORE the first day of school even starts.

~ Faculty and staff at Amelia Earhart recommend students to the program.

~ No participate fee.

 Your student is invited to participate in this year's Jump Start Program.

Click HERE to download a registration form and return it to the main office on the first day of Jump Start (August 3rd) at 9:00 am

The mission of Amelia Earhart Elementary is to promote lifelong literacy and citizenship in each child through a united effort with parents, educators, and community in a quality-learning environment, with a well trained and highly motivated staff using appropriate technology and instructional methods

Spotlight/School News

Upcoming Events 

November 1

Daylight Savings Time ends set your clocks back an hour

November 5

PALS/PT Leave at 9:00am and return at 1:30pm

November 6 Picture Retakes  
November 6 Student Recognition and Reflections Awards Assemblies   K-2 grade -- 9:30 am                 3-6 grade -- 10:15 am  
November 11 Veteran's Day Assembly -- 9:30am  
November 12 Emergency Drill -- Lockdown  
November 12 Maturation                                    5th Grade -- 12:30pm                  6th Grade -- 1:35 pm  
November 17 Utah Opera Assembly            K-3rd Grades -- 9:15am             4-6th Grades -- 10:15  
November 19 PTA Meeting -- 10:00am  
November 19 SCC Meeting -- 4:00pm  
November 25- 27 Thanksgiving Break  
December 1 Choir Concert 2:30pm and 6:00pm  
December 4 Read-a thon (More information to come)  
December 7 - 11 SRA Testing  
December 10 Emergency Bomb Drill  
December 17 PTA Meeting 10am  
December 18

Christmas Sing-in        

Early Out 12:30pm

December 21 - January 1

Christmas Break -- NO SCHOOL 

School Resumes January 4th


Amelia Earhart Information

Click HERE for information about our school 

Wondering when students will be tested? 

Click HERE for the 2015-2016 Testing Schedule

Our mission at Amelia Earhart Elementary is to ensure high levels of student growth and academic achievement in each child through a unified effort with parents, educators, and community in a safe, respectful, collaborative environment through authentic and diverse learning experiences that foster reflective learners and professionals.

Flying High with Pride!

To learn all about Amelia Earhart Elementary,
visit our page on the Provo School District Website.




School Information

Ryan Mccarty

Principal's Website

Michael Jeppesen

Link to Website

Rachel Kovacs

Title 1
Link to Website

Tina Mecham

Lead Secretary

Amanda Boswell


Stacy Halladay

Lunch Manager

Jen Sallani


Linda Gunn

Link to Website

Shanna Vasquez

Link to Website

Julie Holman

Link to Website

Breanna Newsom

Link to Website

Janelle Webb

Link to Website

Frankie Reimschussel

Link to Website

Heidi Burnett

Link to Website

Joanna Pace

Link to Website

Brittan Evans

Link to Website

Maite Velez

Link to Website

Amy Odell

Link to Website

Ladale Tobler

Link to Website

Randi Tucker

Link to Website

Becky Clark

Link to Website

Kayleen Dewey

Link to Website

Sydney Rucker

Link to Website

Paige Drumm

Link to Website

Elizabeth Bowns

Link to Website

Michelle Petmecky

Link to Website

Jeremy Cooper

Link to Website

Kylee Harper

Link to Website

Jonathan Hoehne

Link to Website

Cari Houghton

Link to Website

Linda Seamons

Link to Website

Janett Roberts

Link to Website

Noelia Canales

After School
Link to Website

Carrie Mecham


Mandy Kuchar


Links to Class Websites



Amelia Earhart 2014 SAGE Tests

2013-14 SAGE Summative average proficiencies shown below reflect a new baseline for Utah's end of level testing. The new SAGE test is different than the previous Criteria Referenced Tests (CRT), and more challenging, and therefore cannot be compared to CRT results from previous years. SAGE tests are adaptive, with questions based on new Utah Core standards, and contain technology-based questions versus all multiple choice.

Third Grade

  School District State
Language Arts 43% 54% 44%
Math 43% 52% 44%


Fourth Grade

  School District State
Language Arts 44% 54% 42%
Math 46% 60% 48%
Science 45% 50% 43%


Fifth Grade

  School District State
Language Arts 53% 53% 42%
Math 61% 59% 44%
Science 49% 51% 46%


Sixth Grade

  School District State
Language Arts 47% 53% 43%
Math 50% 48% 35%
Science 43% 51% 46%


Historic Criterion-Referenced Tests


Achievement Data



The Provo City School District supports equal opportunity for students, staff, parents and guests and complies with state and federal law regulation including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the Education Amendments. The District does not discriminate in programs services, activities or employment on the basis of religion, sex, sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, or disability.

Inquiries regarding students, programs, services or activity compliance may be directed to the Executive Director of Student Services at 280 West 940 North, Provo, UT 84604 801-374-4814.

For program, service or activity accommodations under the ADA, please contact Student Services at 801-374-4838 or donnan@provo.edu.

Inquiries regarding employment compliance may be directed to the Executive Director of Human Resources at 280 West 940 North, Provo, UT 84604 801-374-4938.

For applicant or employee accommodations under the ADA, please contact the Benefit Coordinator 801-374-4847 or rebeccavo@provo.edu.