The Canyons Board of Education unanimously voted to rebuild Alta View Elementary  with proceeds from the $250 million bond voters approved in June 2010.

The Board action came at its Oct. 21, 2014 Business Meeting, and  followed months of public input from White City township officials, parents, and the principals and School Community Councils at Alta View and neighboring Bell View and Edgemont elementary schools. Alta View was identified as the school to be rebuilt largely because of its advanced age and condition.

The Board's vote allows the process to design the new school to begin. CSD's school design process includes community members, employees and school and District leaders. The rebuilt Alta View Elementary is slated to open in 2017.
Friday, 10 October 2014 00:00

Eastmont flood damage repair

In July 2014, Eastmont Middle school was unexpectedly flooded. The whole first floor was under water. Due to the flooding the school received a new gym floor, new carpeting and stage floor in the auditorium, new carpeting in the band and choir rooms and there will be new flooring in the hallways. Construction should be finished up in the next several months.

Gym
Choir room
Stage floor
Backstage
  • Gym
  • Choir room
  • Stage floor
  • Backstage
  • Friday, 10 October 2014 00:00

    Mount Jordan Rising

    Mount Jordan Middle School is starting to take shape!

    Lunch room
    South Side of School
    Auditorium
    Lunch room
    Mount Jordan Rising
    Mount Jordan Rising
    Lunch room
    Front of school
    View from 2nd floor teacher meeting room
  • Lunch room
  • South Side of School
  • Auditorium
  • Lunch room
  • Mount Jordan Rising
  • Mount Jordan Rising
  • Lunch room
  • Front of school
  • View from 2nd floor teacher meeting room
  • Friday, 10 October 2014 00:00

    Summer upgrades and Building Projects

    Over the summer while students were enjoying their time off, the Facility department was hard at work renovating and improving school sites. Here are some great pictures of the work that was performed for the benefit of the faculty, students and community!

    Alta High Tennis courts
    Alta High Tennis courts
    Alta tennis courts
    Alta Art classrooms
    Alta Art classrooms
    Alta Art classrooms
    Lone Peak Reatining wall
    Sprucewood kitchen
    Sprucewood Kitchen
    Sprucewood Kitchen
    Sprucewood Kitchen
    Draper Elementary - Office upgrade
    Draper Elementary
    Jordan Valley Entry
    Jordan Valley School - Corridor upgrades
    Jordan Valley School - Corridor upgrades
    Jordan Valley School - Corridor upgrades
    Silver Mesa lunch room upgrade
    Silver Mesa lunch room upgrade
    Oak Hollow security doors
    Oak Hollow security doors
    Ridgecrest Parking lot
  • Alta High Tennis courts
  • Alta High Tennis courts
  • Alta tennis courts
  • Alta Art classrooms
  • Alta Art classrooms
  • Alta Art classrooms
  • Lone Peak Reatining wall
  • Sprucewood kitchen
  • Sprucewood Kitchen
  • Sprucewood Kitchen
  • Sprucewood Kitchen
  • Draper Elementary - Office upgrade
  • Draper Elementary
  • Jordan Valley Entry
  • Jordan Valley School - Corridor upgrades
  • Jordan Valley School - Corridor upgrades
  • Jordan Valley School - Corridor upgrades
  • Silver Mesa lunch room upgrade
  • Silver Mesa lunch room upgrade
  • Oak Hollow security doors
  • Oak Hollow security doors
  • Ridgecrest Parking lot
  • The Board of Education is continuing its momentum on a series of building projects made possible by a $250 million bond that voters approved in 2010.

    Five of the bond projects remain. They are:

    • Mount Jordan Middle rebuild, underway now and scheduled for completion in fall 2015
    • Butler Elementary rebuild, scheduled for completion in fall 2016 under a new, expedited schedule approved by the Board
    • Midvale Middle rebuild, scheduled for completion in fall 2017
    • A White City area elementary rebuild, scheduled for completion in fall 2017 under a new, expedited schedule approved by the Board
    • Indian Hills renovation, scheduled for completion in fall 2018

    In an Aug. 5, 2014 Board of Education meeting, President Sherril Taylor said the Board has worked hard to keep its word on the bond projects placed before voters prior to the June 2010 bond election.

    The completed projects made possible by bond proceeds are:

    • Corner Canyon High School: Fall 2013
    • Upgrades at Brighton and Hillcrest high schools to accommodate ninth-graders: Fall 2013
    • Rebuilt Butler Middle School: Fall 2013
    • Rebuilt Draper Park Middle School (formerly Crescent View Middle School): Fall 2013
    • Rebuilt Midvale Elementary: Fall 2012
    • Refurbish Albion Middle School: Fall 2012
    • Seismic upgrades at Sandy Elementary: Fall 2011

    Also underway in fall 2014 is construction of a Brighton High dedicated soccer field, located in front of Butler Middle School. The field will be one of the only stadiums created for high school soccer in the state of Utah, The Salt Lake Tribune reports. The stadium will have two sets of bleachers and accommodate 300-350 spectators. It also will include a concessions area, small team rooms and storage. The stadium was designed following extensive input from the community.
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