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.
Special Education Teacher
Lon is the newest addition to the Bonneville special education team. He most recently finished three years of ESL teaching in South Korea. He graduated with a BS in history and religious studies and then earned his Masters degree in special education. Mr. Lovett is an enthusiastic teacher who enjoys helping his students cultivate a genuine love of learning. During his time in Asia, he had the opportunity to experience many fascinating cultures. This experience made an indelibly positive impact on his teaching style and his outlook on life.
Lon had been a Utah resident for the last nine years. He is a passionate and successful semi-professional photographer with award winning work that has been published. He is also a published poet and author with a novel due to be released early next year. He spends most of his free time on road trips taking pictures, writing, and hanging out with his sons.
Mrs. 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 two adorable dachshunds.
Mrs. Schroff was born in Utah and raised in Stansbury Park. She graduated from Stansbury High School and lives in Tooele with her husband and 3 fur-children. She loves to cook, drink coffee and play with her dogs.
The smiles from the children each day, the laughter and joy they wear on their faces as they rush to class. Aimee’s passion, service, and dedication to the children is second to none, her volunteer work and time spent assisting in any way she can clear indicators of how important she feels about giving freely and donating her time.
Aimee Morgan currently resides in Stansbury Park. Married with children she enjoys reading in her spare time. Her favorite colors are purple and silver and she believes strongly in spending quality time with her family. Her favorite drink is Pepsi and milk chocolate her occasional indulgence. Aimee has been an active volunteer in the educational sector for some time now, and when the opportunity arose to become a staff member here at Bonneville Academy her excitement was overshadowed only by her gratitude. Her dedication to the educational development of the students will be a top priority, as well as mutual teamwork with staff and respect for one another.
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