School LAND Trust

In the state of Utah, monies from school trust lands are distributed to every public school through the School LAND Trust Program. North Davis Preparatory Academy has a School LAND Trust Committee whose responsibilities include creating and approving the School LAND Trust Plan each year which identifies an academic need and a proposed solution using the annual funds. The committee is an advisory body that may be comprised of parents, teachers, and administrators. 

All School LAND Trust Committee actions and plans are overseen and approved by the Governing Board of Directors. 

School LAND Trust Committee members are willing volunteers who care about the success of students and overall school improvement and North Davis Preparatory Academy is grateful for their time and dedication. More information is available on the School LAND Trust Website.

Committee Meetings & Schedule

The School LAND Trust Committee meetings are open to the public. Agendas will be posted seven days in advance here. The council will utilize their adopted LAND Trust Council Rules of Order & Procedure for their meetings. Please visit the School LAND Trust website for current and past plans for North Davis Preparatory Academy and additional information. Below are proposed meeting dates for the current year as well as the minutes for the previous year.



School LAND Trust Committee Members

To contact committee members, please email


Visit the School LAND Trust website for the Current School Plan and additional information.

Recent and current plans:

For the 2023-2024 school year, NDPA funds (estimated $138,000) will be allocated for the purchase of computer hardware, instruments, furniture, and supporting staff salaries. Established goals include:

  1. Through more consistent access to technology, NDPA students will be able to work on skill enhancement, skill practice, assessment review, and curriculum research. To help prepare students for high academic achievement, bi-literate proficiency, and a love of learning, NDPA, in providing more access to technology expect to increase student proficiency on RISE scores in Language Arts, Math, and Science by a minimum of 1%.