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Public Invited to Participate in Livestreamed Board of Education Meeting

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  • Post last modified:April 8, 2020

The Canyons Board of Education will continue to do the public’s business – and patrons can participate, even in this era of social distancing. In keeping with Utah’s stay-at-home directive, we invite patrons to participate and provide public comment remotely during the scheduled Tuesday, April 21 meeting of the Canyons Board of Education.

Canyons Board of Education meetings are broadcast live from the District’s Facebook page. Agendas are available online and published at least 24 hours in advance of each meeting. Among agenda items the Board will be considering April 21 are:

  • A proposal to combine the Bell View and Edgemont elementary school communities into one new school to be built on the Edgemont campus. If approved, construction of the new school would begin in 2021 with an expected fall 2022 opening.
  • A proposal to include in Draper Elementary School’s boundaries a 120-unit apartment complex located on the southeast corner of Traverse Ridge and Highland Drive. Currently, the boundaries divide the apartment complex, which means the children who reside there are assigned to two separate schools. 

Patron Comments

If you would like to participate during the patron comment period of the meeting of the Canyons Board of Education, please send via email your name and phone number to by 5 p.m. the day of the scheduled meeting. In the email, please indicate the item or topic you wish to address. The Canyons District Office of Public Communications will then send you an email message with detailed information regarding how to access the teleconference system that will be used to facilitate the patron comments.