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CSD Superintendent Welcomes Questions, Feedback at Districtwide Listening Tour

Dr. Rick Robins, Canyons District Superintendent

Have a question about Canyons School District? Suggestions, concerns or compliments? Or maybe, after the months of social distancing that coincided with Dr. Rick Robins’ first year as CSD’s Superintendent, you’d like to meet him in person.

Coming soon to a middle school near you: community members will have a chance to do just that as Dr. Robins travels the District for his inaugural Superintendent’s Listening Tour.

Over the next few weeks, Dr. Robins will host five interactive community events to introduce himself, inform patrons about the state of the District, discuss Canyons’ COVID-19 response and recovery plans to support student learning and wellness, and invite community input as CSD undertakes a strategic planning process to review and enhance its mission and vision.

“Joining the Canyons District family was a dream come true for me and my family. I’ve always regarded Canyons as lighthouse for its commitment to academic achievement and student success and its spirit of innovation, which I’m eager to carry forward as we make plans for the near and distant future,” Dr. Robins said. “This listening tour will inform and lay the groundwork for that planning, and is the first of many upcoming opportunities for students, parents, patrons, and employees to connect and communicate with us.”

The Town Hall-style events, which will run from 6:30-8 p.m., will take place at:

Indian Hills Middle, Aug. 26
180 E Sanders Rd., Sandy

Butler Middle, Aug. 31
7530 S. 2700 East, Cottonwood Heights

Midvale Middle, Sept. 8
7852 S. Pioneer St., Midvale

Eastmont Middle, Sept. 13
10100 S. 1300 East, Sandy

Draper Park Middle, Sept. 15
13133 S. 1300 East, Draper

Questions can be submitted in advance or during the events at canyonsdistrict.org/voice. Just choose “Superintendent’s Listening Tour” from the dropdown list found on the submission form.

Spanish-speaking interpreters will be available at the Indian Hills, Midvale Middle and Eastmont Middle events. To request additional interpretation services, please email communications@canyonsdistrict.org.

It’s your school and your voice. Please pick a convenient date to join our Superintendent as we work together to help students succeed.

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