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Connect Canyons Podcast Episode 2: A Conversation About Reopening Schools with Infectious Disease Specialist, Dr. Brandon Webb

The COVID-19 health crisis has tested us all, and as the school year approaches, many of us are feeling uneasy about what the future holds. But over the past five months, scientists and medical professionals have learned a great deal about this disease and how to combat it — professionals like Dr. Brandon Webb. A Canyons District parent who works with the Division of Infectious Disease and Clinical Epidemiology at Intermountain Healthcare, Dr. Webb works with people who are sick with COVID-19 every day. When case counts started to rise in Utah, he says the medical community was feeling the

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Connect Canyons Podcast, Episode 1: A Conversation with New Superintendent Dr. Rick Robins

Joining Canyons School District in the midst of a pandemic that has strained the systems we rely on to keep us healthy, learning and economically stable isn’t how Dr. Rick Robins imagined his first few weeks as Superintendent. But with every challenge, come fresh opportunities, believes Robins — opportunities to restore connections with the communities our schools serve, renew the promise of education, and reimagine what we teach, how we teach and why. What will fall 2020 look like as Canyons reopens classrooms and builds upon its online learning options? What health and safety precautions and cleaning measures are in place, and

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Canyons’ Commitment to Clean • Maintaining Safe, Welcoming and Prepared Buses, Schools

Canyons Transportation Director Jeremy Wardle took CSD’s Back-to-School COVID-19 Action Plan to a new level as he debuted a giant, bus-sized “face mask” that he sewed himself — complete with blue pleats and loops over the bus mirrors — to gently emphasize how important it is for all of us to do our part to prevent the spread of germs. “We’re doing everything we possibly can to ensure the safety of our students and employees through cleaning and through training,” said Wardle standing in front of a mask-clad bus as he demonstrated some of the extra precautions Canyons is putting

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Earthquake Update – Canyons Schools, Buildings Closed March 18

To guarantee the safety of employees and members of the public following this morning’s 5.7 magnitude earthquake, Canyons District Superintendent Dr. Jim Briscoe has declared all District facilities and school buildings closed until further notice. Public business will not be conducted in our buildings today, Wednesday, March 18.   Canyons District custodians and Facilities Management workers will conduct examinations of our facilities to determine whether schools and other CSD buildings sustained damages from the earthquake or aftershocks. As a reminder, Canyons District has temporarily suspended the grab-and-go lunch-service program. We will communicate more information about the meal service for tomorrow

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Every Brilliant Thing’ Performance to Visit CSD Schools

The Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival will be visiting two CSD schools to share performances of “Every Brilliant Thing” with the Canyons community. The international play draws on warmth, hope and gentle humor to illuminate the effects of suicide, and is being featured by the Festival as the first non-Shakespearean production its cast will perform, in an effort to help communities address this difficult subject. The production is travelling to high schools throughout Utah, thanks to generous sponsors of the Utah Shakespeare Festival, providing performances free-of-charge to anyone who attends. A performance will take place in the auditorium at Jordan

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