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Canyons School District Needs Your Input!

Dear Parents,

Thank you for your support and partnership!  It was a crazy end to the school year, and we are really looking forward to seeing you this fall.

Canyons District is making important back-to-school plans to address COVID-19-related health, wellness, and safety issues. We need your input and perspective. Please follow the link below to respond to a short survey, which will take approximately 5-7 minutes to complete. Because each child’s needs may be different, parents may complete one survey per student enrolled in a Canyons school. You can select your language preference at the top of the survey.

Please complete/submit the survey by Saturday June 27th.

Thank you!  Have an enjoyable and safe summer.

Justin Jeffery
Principal – Park Lane Elementary

Canyons Announces Locations, Dates for Summer Meals

Every summer, Canyons School District provides free meals to children 18 years and younger through its federally-approved Summer Food Service Program. This summer is no different, except the District will continue to take health and safety precautions and distribute grab-and-go meals via curbside pick-up.

The Summer Food program will commence with the conclusion of the emergency curbside meal service that Canyons sponsored during the COVID-19-related “soft closure” of schools. Free, nutritious sack lunches and sack breakfasts will continue to be provided to students Monday through Friday, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Here are the dates and locations:

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Junior Achievement Activities for the Summer

Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to giving students from kindergarten to high school the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for the future, and make smart academic and economic choices.  JA of Utah helps young people understand the connection between what they’re learning in school and how it applies to their lives in the real world.  The lessons taught in elementary school, starting in kindergarten through fourth grade, lead to a fun learning experience in fifth grade, when students apply these skills in JA Bizztown. 

Junior Achievement lessons were started in many classes in March 2020.  However, to help students in all elementary grades to continue these lessons and activities at home, Junior Achievement have provided video links and at-home activities for students and families to work through.  Many of these lessons were linked through teachers’ Canvas Courses during the online learning period, JA has provided a link (click here) for students and families to work on them during the summer months.



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