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A summer academy created to put entering Hillcrest High freshmen on the path to excel their first, make-or-break, and beyond, has earned CSD the honor of being named a 2017 District of Distinction by District Administration Magazine. The award recognizes districts for leading the way with educational innovations “that are yielding quantifiable benefits, and that could be replicated by other districts.” Hillcrest is a place where achievement is possible for all students. It consistently ranks among Utah’s top 10 high schools in U.S. News & World Report rankings, which look at graduation rates and test scores with an emphasis on the performance…
Created by a vote of the people, Canyons District enjoys uncommon levels of community support.  Last year, more than 12,500 volunteers — about one volunteer for every three CSD students — registered to lend a hand in CSD schools, be it to read with a child or help a student master multiplication tables. Together, they contributed more than 233,000 hours of service, and if trends continue, we expect an even greater showing of support next year.Be a part of something great, and join our volunteer team. Applications for the 2017-2018 school year are now being accepted. To sign-up, click here…
Monday, 03 July 2017 17:36

Happy 8th Birthday Canyons District

When Canyons, the first new school district in Utah in 100 years, opened its doors in 2009, the mandate was clear: Do what it takes to help students achieve their highest potential. If that means creating programs whereby middle schoolers can get a jump on high school and high schoolers can get a jump on college, so be it. If that means harnessing resources to pay teachers a professional wage, consider it done. It that means partnering with the community to spark innovations in the classroom, we’ll make it happen. July 1, 2017 marks the successful conclusion of another year…
It’s the height of summer, a time for backyard barbecues and beach vacations. But we’re busy preparing for the start of school—and to help families plan, we’re letting you know that online registration for the 2017-2018 school year begins on Aug. 3, 2017.Already have vacation plans for Aug. 3? Don’t fret — just complete the process when you return. 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.  If your child has attended CSD…
Canyons District has added an additional site for preschool classes in the 2017-2018 school year.  This exciting new development in early childhood programs was recently announced by CSD Administrator Terri Mitchell on KUTV Channel 2. This fall, 3- and 4-year-old children can attend a program Oakdale Elementary. Programs also are at Altara, Butler, Jordan Valley, Quail Hollow and Willow Springs elementary schools.   In addition to serving students needing special education services free of cost, schools with space for tuition-paying students have morning and afternoon sessions.  Morning sessions are 8:20-10:50 a.m. Afternoon sessions are 11:30-2 p.m.  Students can enroll in a…
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