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Hope — and help — is on its way. CSD prepares for the COVID-19 vaccinations.

It’s been more than nine months since the COVID-19 pandemic upended the traditional operations of Canyons schools. We’ve moved forward in safety, but still with an eye toward carrying on CSD’s mission of ensuring the college- and career-readiness of every student. Thanks to the advances of science, a vaccine for the novel coronavirus has been approved for use, and educators, administrators and Education Support Professionals have been moved to the front of the line to receive the vaccinations. Canyons District employees are encouraged to submit responses to a survey that will determine how many doses are reserved for vaccination clinics that could be held within the next few weeks. The survey was sent to every employee’s CSD email account. Responses must be submitted by 3 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 18. 

All CSD employees are eligible to participate in the voluntary vaccination program. 

“We are grateful to be able to offer these vaccines to our employees. Like so many of our teachers and support staff I have looked forward to this day as the start of the road to recovery from this pandemic. To go from the discovery of a new virus to a tested vaccine in less than a year is an extraordinary achievement. The scientific community has given the world reason to hope for a chance to heal.”
Rick Robins
Superintendent, Canyons School District
“The Canyons Education Association encourages all Canyons School District licensed personnel to take advantage of this public health opportunity, which recognizes the critical role of educators in Utah. We realize that a decision to participate in the COVID-19 vaccination program is a personal one, and we respect everyone’s right to make their own healthcare decisions, but we also believe that the vaccination is a safe and vital tool that will ensure the well-being of our dedicated teachers while they educate, support, and mentor students in Canyons District.”
Erika Bradshaw
President, Canyons Education Association
“Regardless of your role in Canyons District, whether you are a bus driver, custodian, or secretary, you are eligible to participate in the COVID-19 vaccination program. The association that represents CSD’s Education Support Professionals urges all employees to fill out the survey to reserve their doses for the upcoming clinics. We’ve all worked so hard in the past nine months to keep our schools open and operating safely for our students, and the vaccine will be one more way to keep us all healthy in our collective fight against the virus. Let’s do this together.”
Brandon Wolf
President, Canyons Association of
Education Support Professionals
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