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The cheering crowd lining Main Street in Historic Sandy was in for a surprise as sweet as candy when the elementary school students started their annual Halloween costume parade on Tuesday, Oct. 31. The students gave the crowd quite a treat as they showed off their costumes, which ranged from witches and ghouls to superheroes and Disney princesses.  The parade, which draws hundreds of spectators, is one of Canyons District’s most popular Halloween attractions. As in previous years, the annual parade was led by Principal McKay Robinson and Assistant Principal Brooke Rauzon, who donned blue Cookie Monster and red Elmo…
Halloween may be the spookiest night of the year, but not for the reasons many parents think. While families fret about stranger danger and America's sugar-fueled obesity epidemic, the most pressing danger is auto-pedestrian accidents. Pedestrian fatalities nearly double on Halloween, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation: 30 percent of all crash fatalities on Oct. 31 involve pedestrians, compared to 16 percent on an average day. The heightened risk stems from the combination of having fewer daylight hours in the fall with still relatively warm temperatures, which translates to busier sidewalks and crosswalks, says Canyons District's Risk Management Coordinator…
Parents of fifth-graders enrolled in Canyons District's Dual-Language Immersion Programs have been invited to a meeting on Monday, Oct. 30 to learn about DLI instruction in middle schools. The 6 p.m. event will be in the Professional Development Center of the Canyons Administration Building-East, 9361 S. 300 East. Canyons curriculum specialists who oversee the District’s dual-language immersion programs Information about course pathways, high school bridge courses, program locations, and how CSD collaborates with universities will be presented. Other topics slated for discussion include the intent-to-continue process that parents will be asked to complete in order for their children to continue…
These sporting students stand out in the classroom and on the field, court, track or links. Twenty-five Canyons District athletes were presented Academic All-State Awards this fall for excelling in sports while maintaining high grade point averages. The awards are announced each sports season by the Utah High School Activities Association with this latest round going to athletes in football, volleyball, cross country, boys golf, girls tennis and girls soccer.   CSD’s All-State awardees boast a combined grade point average (GPA) of 4.0:  6A Football, 4.0 Combined GPABassel Tekarli, Hillcrest  5A Football, 4.0 Combined GPAMcCoy Didericksen, Alta  Zachary Larson, Brighton  Michael Petty, Corner Canyon  5A Volleyball, 4.0…
Monday, 23 October 2017 22:23

The Curtain is Rising on Fall Musicals

Dust off your roller skates and pull out your leg warmers. It’s time to relive the ‘80s. Fall musicals are in full swing, and next up on the performing arts calendar is Brighton High’s production of Xanadu on Oct. 26, 27 and 30 at 7 p.m. and on Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. The show will be performed at Brighton’s auditorium.Like the multi-hued leaves decorating the Wasatch Mountain range, this year’s fall theatre lineup is perhaps one of the most diverse on record. Whatever type of theater you love, CSD has something for you. Following is a list of performances…
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