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Arts Advocates: Two CSD Employees Win Sorenson Legacy Awards

Canyons District knows the invaluable impact our art teachers have on students. From music to a multitude of mediums, art gives a voice to those who can’t speak. It can provide a haven for struggling students and enhance the learning process.  Two of Canyons’ superstar advocates for the arts have

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Ridgecrest Elementary Choir Composes, Performs an Opera

What if the Three Little Pigs were really the bad guys? What if the Fairy Godmother never showed up? Who would win in a dance battle, Cinderella or Snow White? There’s nothing quite like a fairytale to capture the imagination of a child. So, an invitation to re-write one seemed

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Talented Teen Musicians Picked to Perform with Utah Symphony

Five of CSD’s talented high school instrumentalists have been selected to perform with the Utah Symphony at an All-Star Evening Concert on Tuesday, May 23. The rare honor is granted to 57 students statewide. At the 7 p.m. event at Abravanel Hall, students will perform Dvorak’s Violin Concerto side-by-side with

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School Restores Vintage Steinway Piano to its Former Glory

When Mount Jordan middle was demolished in 2013, then-principal Dr. Molly Hart saved a stack of bricks in her office to pay homage to the 59-year-old school. After the school was rebuilt in 2015 she discovered it had an even greater treasure with a history as old as the original

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CSD Students Picked to Play Side-by-Side with Utah Symphony

Now this is music to our ears. Eight Canyons District students have been selected to play side-by-side with members of the Utah Symphony at Abravanel Hall on Tuesday, May 17. The 7 p.m. concert will feature some of the state’s best high school musicians. Cost to attend the event ranges

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