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Buddies Going to Middle School

Some of our beloved buddies are moving on to middle school.  They recently had their advancement ceremony. Classmates gave a short talk and presented a candy poster to their friends.  Mrs. Mulqueen gave them their memory books and a treasured book with a personalized note inside.  Fun was had by all.  We wish them the very best in middle school.  Granite grizzlies love them and will miss them!

Granite Elementary Art Show and Contest 2021

Granite Elementary held its annual spring art show and contest.  We had 169 beautiful entries.  Click on the video to see all of our grizzlies’ wonderful art. Three students’ art works were chosen to hang in the halls of Granite.  Granite students have talent!

Student Council 2021-2022

Granite’s Student Council serves the school in many ways. They provide morning announcements twice a week that include weekly challenges for the students to improve themselves, including: following the GRRR, having grit and endurance, being kind, and working hard. They also empty each classroom’s recycle bin helping Granite to be green. The students plan monthly dress up days to increase school spirit. As leaders, they look out for other students and try to be examples.

We are excited to introduce you to next year’s 2021-2022 Student Council members: Malaya Eldredge, Brynn Ericksen, Anders Gardner, Hadley Hatch, Chase Noble, and Kinzley Toskovich. We know these students will do an amazing job next year!

CSD To Follow New Health Order, Lift Mask Rule on Last Week of School

Canyons District’s COVID-19 action plan has been a thoughtful approach to ensuring the safety of the community while also preparing children for college and careers by providing both in-person and online learning opportunities.

The Canyons Board of Education and Administration thank the community for following the health protocols, including the wearing of masks, that have been required during the school year by state law or health order.

Per a new Utah health order that will take effect on Friday, May 14, masks will not be required in Canyons schools or District Offices for the final week of school, May 24-27.

While the masks will not be required, students, employees or visitors may continue to wear the masks if they so choose. Online-learning opportunities also will be extended to students who, for health or personal reasons, choose not to be in the schools during the final week of the school year.

Questions?  Please send an email message to communications@canyonsdistrict.org or call 801-826-5000.

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Canyons Announces Locations for Free Summer Curbside Meal Service

To ensure children have access to nutritious meals while school is not in session, Canyons School District is proud to again be sponsoring a Summer Food Service program.

Twice-weekly, from June 1 through July 30, free meals will be distributed at curbside stations on the following campuses. All children, 18 years of age and under, are able to take advantage of the meals — not just Canyons students — and parents may pick up the meals without their children present.

  • East Midvale Elementary, 6990 S. 300 East, Midvale
  • Midvale Elementary, 7830 South Chapel Street Midvale
  • Jordan High, 95 Beetdigger Blvd., Sandy
  • Bell View Elementary, 9800 S. 800 East, Sandy
  • Butler Middle, 7530 S. 2700 East, Cottonwood Heights
  • Sandy Elementary, 8725 S. 280 East, Sandy
  • Willow Springs Elementary, 13288 Lone Rock Drive, Draper
  • Crescent Elementary, 11100 S. 230 East, Sandy
  • Midvalley Elementary, 217 E. 7800 South, Midvale
  • Copperview Elementary, 8449 Monroe St., Midvale

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