4th Grade Teachers



Elizabeth Bulkley
4th Grade
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My name is Elizabeth Bulkley, and I can't wait to be your teacher. I grew up in a small town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and then moved to Las Vegas after college. My husband Paul and I relocated in 2014 to Tooele. I have been teaching for 17 years. I have taught first, second, third, and fourth grade! I have a technology endorsement. I also have my administrative endorsement. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family. I have 5 wonderful children! I love to watch science-fiction movies, read mystery novels, and enjoy nature. I love to sing, and you might catch me singing in our classroom! I love technology and I encourage all my students to work hard and take advantage of every day that we will have together. I look forward to meeting you this August and I am excited for our adventure to begin this fall at Scholar Academy.



Heidi Forsyth
4th Grade
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Hello everyone! My name is Heidi Forsyth. I am so excited to be teaching 4th Grade at Scholar Academy. I love working with children and I cannot dream of a better career than teaching. I grew up in Sandy, UT and graduated from Hillcrest High School in 1995. After I obtained my Associates Degree, I took some time off from school to be a wife and a mom. When my son started school in 2010, I decided that I wanted to go back so that I could teach. I earned my Bachelor's Degree in 2012 and graduated with high honors (Summa Cum Laude). Since then, I have worked as a Math specialist, Kindergarten teacher, a reading tutor, as well as a Title I Coordinator. Teaching is my passion and I believe in making learning an exciting and positive process. After all, �Teachers, who love teaching, teach children to love learning. I cannot wait to meet all of my new students and their families during my second year teaching at Scholar Academy. Together we will have a fabulous year!



Aaron Pratt
4th Grade
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Hi! I'm Mr. Pratt! I am excited to be teaching at Scholar Academy. Here's a bit about myself:

I was born and raised in Davis County. I went to elementary school at Cook Elementary where I was a member of the Spectrum program, a program for gifted students. I took up many extracurricular activities through my schooling. I was a member of our football team as well as a two-time state placer in wrestling. Maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.9, I was awarded the Academic All-State my senior year. I graduated top 5% of my class from Clearfield High School in 2001.

I was an active member of the Boy Scouts of America. I spent a majority of my high school Mondays and several weekends throughout the year participating in scouting activities. I was able to achieve the highest rank of Eagle Scout. Another pastime of mine was my involvement with a community theater, the Terrace Plaza Playhouse. I spent countless hours participating in more than fifty shows. A few of my favorite roles were Asher in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Daniel in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. With more than 20 years� experience on the stage, I broadened my theatrical experiences by taking up the technical side of it as well. I was an adviser for the tech crew at my previous school, and have worked with Clearfield and Syracuse cities on a few of their productions.

I taught 6th grade for seven year at the Syracuse Arts Academy. During this time, I met my beautiful wife who moved me up to Tooele to start a brand new life and adventure. I am excited to be working at Scholar academy and can't wait to get the new year started!

"To be a teacher is my greatest work of art." ~ Joseph Beuys!