Getting Involved





Getting Involved

Workers Compensation

If an employee was injured in a work place accident they may be eligible to receive Workers Compensation Benefits.  The District’s Workers Compensation Policy (Policy 400.10 Workers Compensation) governs these benefits.  In order to be eligible for Workers Compensation Benefits, the employee would need to have been injured while actively fulfilling the duties of their position.  This injury must have been reported to administration and documented with the form 122.  The injury would also need to have been severe enough to require medical attention and the injured employee would  have needed to be evaluated and treated by the appropriate and approved medical provider.  

Please note:  Falsifying or intentionally reporting inaccurate injury information in order to receive Workers Compensation Benefits may be considered fraud which is a crime and could result in legal action and or an adverse employment action up to and including termination.   

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Most injuries in the District are minor and require minimal, if any, medical attention.  In the event of a more serious injury, we prepared the following guidance to help you determine what to do.  These are intended to be guidelines.  In the case of an actual emergency use your best judgement.  If there is a serious injury and you are unsure what to do, call 911.

Should I call 911?
If a work place accident has occurred and the employee has received serious injuries particularly to the the head, neck or back, if they have lost consciousness, can’t move, or if they have sustained any potentially life threatening injury call 911 immediately.

Should I go to the Emergency Room? 
For serious injuries requiring substantial medical assistance, where the injured employee is stable and mobile proceed to the nearest Emergency Room.

Should I go to Occupational Medical Provider.
For most workplace injuries the District’s contracted Occupational Medical providers (Concentra or WorkMed) will be the best providers to evaluate and treat the injury.  These providers are specialists in Occupational Health and will be instrumental in developing a treatment plan to help the injured employee recover quickly.     This would include strains, contusions, falls, bites, minor cuts, etc.  

What should I do with minor injuries that do not require medical attention?

Render first aid as applicable and document the injury.   If the injury doesn’t improve or worsens send them to a contracted Occupational Medical provider to have the injury evaluated.   


Draper Location
12422 S. 450 E.
Draper, Utah 84020
(801) 748-1600
8:00 to 5:00 pm – Monday-Friday

Sandy Location
385 W. 9000 S.
Sandy Utah 84070
(801) 562 – 5200
8:00 am to 5:00 pm – Monday – Friday


South Jordan Location
1091 W. South Jordan Parkway Suite #500
South Jordan, UT 84095
8:00 am – 5:00 pm – Mon – Fri

Murray Location
201 E. 5900 S. #100
Murray, UT 84107
8:00 am – 5:00 pm – Mon – Fri

Salt Lake Location
1685 W. 2200 S.
Salt Lake City Utah 84119
7:30 am – 7:00 pm – Mon – Fri

All injuries should be reported to your supervisor, ideally within 24 hours. It is the responsibility of the District to document and report any injuries that require medical attention.  The administrative team at each location or department should document any injuries by using Form 122 First Report of Injury to document the injury.  If the injury required medical treatment a copy of the Form 122 needs to be sent to Robert Reeder in the District Insurance Office.

Robert Reeder
9361 S. 300 E.
Sandy, Utah 84070

If you encounter hazardous or dangerous working conditions that you believe could potentially injure an employee or student, you can report that issue to Ryan Jakeman the District Risk Manager.   He will investigate the situation to see if the dangers can be appropriately mitigated to ensure employee/student safety.

Ryan Jakeman
Canyons School District
Risk Manager
Cell (801) 557-4514

Board Meeting Schedule

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Education for Canyons School District will hold a regular study session and public business meeting at the Canyons District Office building, 9361 S. 300 E., Sandy, UT each month unless otherwise posted. The Board may determine to conduct some business during a study session. All business meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m. unless changed by the Board and appropriately posted for the public.

Please note that ALL DATES, TIMES and LOCATIONS listed on this scheduled are TENTATIVE and are subject to change at any time.  Please check this schedule often to be informed of any changes.

Unless otherwise specified, all meetings in the schedule below will take place as the Canyons District Office located at 9361 S. 300 E. in Sandy, Utah.

District Leaders

Dr. Rick Robins


Dr. Rick L. Robins is the superintendent of Canyons School District. Dr. Robins, who was selected by the Canyons Board of Education after a national search, brings 24 years of experience as an educator to his role as the chief executive officer of Utah’s fifth-largest school district. Prior to joining Canyons, Dr. Robins, who earned an Ed.D. from the University of Las Vegas, for six years was Superintendent of the Juab School District, based in Nephi, Utah. While there, Dr. Robins, who also was the Juab High School Principal from 2009-2013, helped oversee efforts to improve the district’s graduation rate to 97 percent, a double-digit increase over a 10-year period. Other innovations he led in Juab included a partnership with Arizona State University for blended-learning opportunities; the launch of a districtwide competency-based personalized learning model driven by a 1:1 technology initiative and standards-based reporting system; and the construction of the STEM-focused West Campus Innovations Center, funded largely through private and corporate sponsorships. Dr. Robins began his career as a history teacher at Copper Hills High in the Jordan School District and has worked as an assistant principal and principal in the Alpine, Nebo and Juab school districts. He was the 2012 Utah High School Principal of the Year for the Utah Association of Secondary School Principals, and in 2014 earned the Lexington Institute Superintendent Fellowship Award presented to innovative superintendents across the country. Dr. Robins was starting quarterback for the football team at Southern Utah University Thunderbirds from 1991-1995, and in 2013 was inducted into SUU’s Athletic Hall of Fame. He has four children and one grandchild.

Leon Wilcox

Business Administrator and CFO

Leon Wilcox is a seasoned professional with 20 years of governmental accounting experience, with an emphasis on financial reporting, budgeting, and auditing. As Canyons District’ Director of Accounting from 2009-2013, Wilcox was intricately involved with the 2009 division of $1.5 billion in assets of the former Jordan School District, and was responsible for establishing Canyons’ original and subsequent budgets. Wilcox, a certified public accountant who earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from Utah State University, also has worked nine years in the Granite School District and six years in the State Auditor’s Office.

Supervises:  Accounting and Budget Services, Facilities and Maintenance, Insurance, New Construction Budget, Nutrition Services, Purchasing, Payroll

Dr. Robert M. Dowdle

Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and School Performance

Robert Dowdle has a Doctor of Education degree with an emphasis in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah, and more than 31 years of experience as a teacher and educational leader. He began his career at Mount Jordan Middle School, where he taught Earth Science, English and Social Studies. He later taught Advanced Placement Economics, U.S. History and World History at Bingham High School, and served as Principal of Jordan High School and Assistant Principal for Alta High School and Brighton High School. Dowdle has served in the District office for 11 years as Assistant Superintendent. This role has included various leadership responsibilities, including Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer. Dr. Dowdle currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and School Performance.

Lucie Chamberlain

Alta View Elementary

If a movie about super teachers were ever made, Lucie Chamberlain would be a prime candidate for a leading role. Fortunately for her kindergarten students at Alta View Elementary, she already thrives in a supporting role for them. Parents thank her for being a “super teacher.” She is also described as an “amazing colleague.” Whether students need help in the classroom or from home while sick, Lucie goes above and beyond to help them learn, overcome fears, and feel important and cared for. Lucie is the reason a number of kids went from hating school to loving it, according to parents. The way she exudes patience, sweetness, positive energy, and love for her students with special needs melts is appreciated and admired. One parent noted: “Both my kids wish she could be their teacher forever.” Another added:  “She treats every student like their learning and their feelings are her priority.” Super teacher, indeed!

Specialty Schools

High Schools

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Statement

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