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Nominations Now Accepted for 2020 Teacher of the Year Honors

“I touch the future,” once said Christa McAuliffe, the American teacher and Space Shuttle Challenger crew member.  “I teach.” To honor the stellar teachers who encourage students to seek their dreams and reach for the stars, the Canyons Board of Education and Administration encourage members of the community to submit nominations for the 2020 Canyons Teacher of the Year Award. Each year, all Canyons schools and programs select one Teacher of the Year through a competitive selection process. The winning educator receives a crystal award from the Canyons Board of Education and gifts from local business partners.   From that

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Happy New Year – Canyons Celebrates 2019, a Decade of Distinction

The beginning of 2019 blew in with a storm – a literal storm of snow and ice – that was so strong, Canyons experienced its first-ever snow day. Heavy precipitation continued throughout the winter and spring, forcing the postponement of a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of a rebuild of Midvalley Elementary, Canyon’s oldest school. But soon enough, the frost-hardened ground softened beneath the warmth of the summer sun. Construction crews made up for lost time on the Midvalley project. The clouds parted, and under clear blue skies on the afternoon of July 1, hundreds gathered at a public

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Hagen Becomes 1st Charger to Win Utah Football Gatorade Player of Year

Life’s a sport. Drink it up. Cole Hagen, the Deseret News’ 2019 Most Valuable Player for the 6A division, is doing just that as he caps his prep career on the gridiron. The quarterback who led the Corner Canyon High to the 6A state trophy has been named the 2019-2020 Gatorade Utah Football Player of the Year, the first Charger to ever win the 35th annual coveted honor. The award distinguishes the senior as one of Utah’s best high school football players and qualifies him for consideration for national Player of the Year designation.  The national honor will be announced

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New Practice Gives Parents Chance to Review Proposed Curriculum

Canyons District aims to work closely with parents in providing the best possible education to the students enrolled in CSD schools.   The school-to-home partnership will be strengthened even more with the launch of a new practice regarding the adoption process for proposed new curriculum. Starting this year, in the month before the Winter Recess, parents will be able to review and provide input on curriculum that is being considered for adoption in CSD schools.  On Friday, Nov. 22 parents will be able to read an online overview of the proposed curricula, as well as view hard copies of the materials

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Looking to Transfer Schools? Submit Your School Choice Applications Starting Dec. 1

Education opens doors, and in Canyons District, we believe all children deserve access to a quality education and learning opportunities suited to their interests and needs. Every child is different, and public education isn’t a one-size-fits-all endeavor. School choice means providing parents with options, and the freedom to choose the best options for their child. Under Utah law, students who wish to attend a school other than their neighborhood school – the one assigned to them by geographic boundaries – may apply to transfer to another school by submitting a Standard Open Enrollment Form. In Canyons District, families are able to submit

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