The pandemic finish line is in sight, and — as with any marathon — we need to stay the course and keep up our stamina in order to safely put this test of endurance behind us. With COVID-19 case counts falling and Utah’s vaccination rates picking up, what safety protocols
Proclaim to fame: Midvale, Draper issue proclamations for 2 CSD teachers picked for elite NASA program
Midvale mayor Robert Hale chuckled when Hillcrest High teacher Clief Castleton entered the City Council’s Tuesday, March 16, 2021 online meeting with a space-themed Zoom background. “Wonderful little icon,” Hale said of the out-of-this-world artwork that depicted a starry sky and a darkened Earth illuminated only by city lights and
The Peruvian Park Panthers are getting a new home — and we’re celebrating with a ceremonial turning of dirt! Families, students, teachers and school staff are invited to participate in a virtual groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction on a rebuild of Peruvian Park Elementary at 5:30 on
Hope springs eternal as Canyons District, alongside the rest of the world, starts to emerge from literal and metaphorical long and hard seasons of COVID-19, the virus that has upended life and learning for a year. Cheers erupted at Mount Jordan Middle on Thursday, March 11 at about 7 p.m.
Combined, Bell View and Edgemont elementary schools have more than 115 years of history to look back upon — and now build upon — as they come together to form a new school. Soon, the Bell View Mustangs and Edgemont Eagles will be known as the Glacier Hills Yetis, a