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Juab High

Juab Junior HighMona ElementaryNebo View ElementaryRed Cliffs Elementary

# Educators: 42

# Associate: 4

# Professional: 37

# LEA Specific License: 1

# Educators: 36

# Associate: 1

# Professional: 34

# LEA Specific License: 1 

# Educators: 21

# Associate: 0

# Professional: 21

# LEA Specific License: 0

# Educators: 16

# Associate: 1

# Professional: 15

# LEA Specific License: 0 

# Educators: 27

# Associate: 1

# Professional: 26

# LEA Specific License: 0 

Includes educator count and percentages. 

Percentage (based on FTE) of types of licenses, license areas, and endorsements held by educators employed in each school; 

APPEL Program

The Alternate Pathway to Professional Educator License (APPEL) is an Educator Preparation Program as defined by the Utah State Board of Education Administrative Rules R277-303. 

  • Educator preparation program may include a program developed by or associated with an institution of higher education, individual Local Education Agency (LEA), or the Board.
  • Educator preparation program means a comprehensive program administered by an entity that is intended to prepare individuals to meet the requirements for a Utah professional license or license area of concentration.

JuabSD educators may engage in APPEL, supported through the CUES Regional Service Center. Learn more at

Associate Educator License

The AEL is for anyone who wants to become a Utah teacher but has not completed an educator preparation program (university-based or alternate program). Please be aware that an AEL is a temporary, non-transferable license.

LEA-Specific License

An LEA-Specific educator license, including areas of concentration and endorsements, is issued by the state board at the request of an LEA’s governing body (i.e.-local school board) that is valid for an employee to fill a position in the LEA if other licensing routes for the applicant are untenable or unreasonable. The LEA governing board agrees to provide the documentation and support outlined in R277-301-7.


In July 2020, the State of Utah adopted major changes to its educator licensing structure and requirements. This assessment will be required for all teachers recommended for initial licensure after August 1, 2021 Please note: This requirement will apply to teachers who are recommended for initial Utah professional licensure (i.e. Elementary, Secondary, Career & Technical Education, Special Education) after August 1, 2021. Learn more. 

Professional License

The professional license is for any educator who has successfully completed a traditional educator preparation program. 

Utah Licensing Requirements

View for the most current information on educator licensing.

Please contact Krystle Bassett for support with educator licensing in JuabSD.