Special Education Teacher
Mrs. Westover in in her second year of teaching at Bonneville Academy and teaching in general. Mrs. Westover graduated from Western Governors University with a BA in Special Education. Before joining Bonneville Academy, she worked as a substitute teacher for three years in both Utah and Wyoming. Mrs. Westover loves watching students overcome their challenges to be successful in school and in life.
Mrs. Westover and her family have lived in Provo, UT, Manhattan, Kansas and Kemmerer, Wyoming before moving to Grantsville, Utah in August of 2015. She loves reading, spending time with my family, having a house full of neighborhood kids and being outdoors. The last three summers, she has also enjoyed helping her dad build a log cabin.
Ms. Burns has worked with children for the Tooele County School District since 2006 as a SPED para at West Elementary and later in the lunchroom at Rose Springs Elementary.Originally Air Force brats, she and her husband relocated from NJ to UT in 1994 and lived several years in West Valley before making Stansbury their home in 2001. They have two terrific daughters, a wonderful son in law, and three adorable dachshunds. She is excited to start the next chapter in her life with the Bonneville Academy team!
LEAs are required by Utah law, 53A – 1a – 704(10), to inform parents of students with IEP’s enrolled in public schools, of the availability of a scholarship to attend a private school through the Carson Smith Scholarship Program.
Prospective applicants and their parents can find program information and application forms for the CSS Program at http://www.schools.utah.gov/sa