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Canyons Announces Remote-Learning Day for Monday, March 6

Attention, Canyons families:  A change has been made to the school-year calendar for the first Monday in March.

To give teachers more time to support and work with students, as well as prepare and plan for the coming weeks of classes, Monday, March 6 will be a Remote-Learning Day for all Canyons District students.

The day follows a Friday, March 3 no-school day after the week of scheduled Parent-Teacher Conferences for most schools.

While no new instruction will be provided online on that day, students will be provided remote-learning activities and teachers will be available to meet with students virtually between 10 a.m. and noon.

A major aim of the day is to support students who are struggling to catch up after losing academic ground during the COVID-19 school years.

Canvas, the District’s common online-learning management system, will be used to provide learning opportunities for most students on the Remote-Learning Day. However, elementary schools may consider sending home packets on Thursday, March 2.

Your child’s school will provide information on how to access assignments and schedule time with your child’s teacher on the Remote-Learning Day.

Questions? Please contact your child’s school or send an email message to communications@canyonsdistrict.org.

Canyons District thanks families for their flexibility with the change to the school-year calendar.

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