As one of the first employees of Canyons School District, Susan Edwards has had a front-row seat for many of the District’s defining moments. Even before the vote on Nov. 6, 2007, Edwards was deeply involved in community discussions that led to the creation of the first school district in Utah in 100 years. From building a vital bridge of connections throughout the community to choosing the District’s first computers, Edwards has played a key role in Canyons’ history — and, after a decade of devoting day and night to its success — Canyons has played a key role in hers. “It feels like Canyons’…
There’s no looking back now. You’ve crossed the finish line, donned your cap and gown and received your diploma. But graduating doesn’t have to be the end of your relationship with Alta, Brighton, Corner Canyon, Diamond Ridge, Hillcrest or Jordan high. Canyons, the first school district to be created in Utah in 100 years, turns 10 on July 1, 2019, and to commemorate this milestone, we’re launching an alumni directory to help our high school graduates stay connected, communicate and collaborate as only they know how. “The directory has revealed how we have alumni living all over the world, from…
There are still summer adventures to be had, plenty of time for backpacking, backyard barbeques and beach vacations. Amid all the last-minute summer fun, don't forget to register for your children for the 2019-2020 schol year.  Even if you're on vacation, you can log-on and use our online registration system.  Online registration started Aug. 1. Because online registration is not first-come, first-served, you won’t need to worry about being the first to log in and register your child. Also, the time you register will not impact teacher or course selection for your child. So far, nearly 21,000 students have registered for…
From the first sunrise on the day Canyons District was born to now, CSD schools have welcomed 28,031 bright-faced kindergartners and proudly awarded 22,426 high school diplomas.Canyons’ teachers have imparted 18.3 million hours of instruction, cafeterias have dished up 28 million nourishing lunches, and CSD bus drivers have logged 15.7 million miles transporting students to and from school. That’s the equivalent of 630 journeys around the Earth or 66 trips to the moon, and behind the wheel for each of those miles were drivers trained to shoulder the responsibility of safely transporting students to learning environments where they're encouraged to…
The Board of Education on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 approved the following administrative appointments for the 2019-2020 school year:  Christie Webb, currently Principal at Copperview Elementary, will be the new Principal at Sandy Elementary. She will replace Cory Anderson, who recently had been transferred to Sandy from Bella Vista Elementary before resigning to pursue another professional opportunity. Jeri Rigby, currently Assistant Principal at Midvale Elementary, will be Principal at Copperview Elementary. Sara Caldwell, who had been assigned to be an Assistant Principal at Mount Jordan Middle, will replace Rigby at Midvale Elementary. Sierra Eastmont, currently a Title I specialist, will…
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