CSD To Follow New Health Order, Lift Mask Rule on Last Week of School

Canyons District’s COVID-19 action plan has been a thoughtful approach to ensuring the safety of the community while also preparing children for college and careers by providing both in-person and online learning opportunities.

The Canyons Board of Education and Administration thank the community for following the health protocols, including the wearing of masks, that have been required during the school year by state law or health order.

Per a new Utah health order that will take effect on Friday, May 14, masks will not be required in Canyons schools or District Offices for the final week of school, May 24-27.

While the masks will not be required, students, employees or visitors may continue to wear the masks if they so choose. 

Questions?  Please send an email message to communications@canyonsdistrict.org or call 801-826-5000.

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Canyons School District continues to follow state law, and the current statewide health order. Under the newly updated health order, the mask requirement for schools expires on the Monday of the last week of the 2020-2021 school year. This means that in Canyons District, the mask requirement will expire on Monday, May 24.

Yes. Anyone who, for health or other personal reasons, feels more comfortable wearing a face mask while at school is free to do so. It is our highest priority to ensure an educational environment that is welcoming and safe for all students and employees. We promote civility and respect in our classrooms, and encourage our students and employees to respect people’s individual choices. 

Schools and teachers will work with students to support them in completing their schoolwork for the year.

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