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Afternoon Private Vehicle Pick-Up Changes

Thank you for helping us have a wonderful first day in our new building.  Your children were amazing today!  They adapted quickly and learned many new procedures with smiles on their faces.  

Our morning drop-off went very well.  We appreciate your preparation and patience with our buses and drop-off in the morning.  Cars moved through the line very smoothly.  Our morning drop-off procedure will remain the same with private vehicles staying to the left and using the car lane as we did today.  We need to make some adjustments to our afternoon pick-up procedure.  Please see this document for changes to the afternoon pick-up procedure for private vehicles.

New Campus Information

We’ve moved! Our new address is 11150 S Vista Way (about 300 E) in Sandy.  Students will begin at our new location on Tuesday, April 13.  The Board of Education has determined that Monday, April 12, will be a continued learning day at home for students, so teachers can prepare their classrooms after the spring break move. Please review this video for information about our new home including transportation details and a tour of the school.

Dig it! Peruvian Park Students Help Break Ground for New and Improved School

It isn’t unusual for kids to play in dirt, which is perhaps why Peruvian Park students jumped at the chance to toil in the soil as special guests of a groundbreaking to mark the start of the construction of their new school.

These prideful Panthers joined Canyons District administrators and local elected officials with golden shovels in their hands and commemorative hard hats on their heads to turn some celebratory dirt at the Tuesday, March 30, 2021 event. The evening signifies the transition from the careful planning stage to the actual construction of a beautiful, tech-friendly, two-story educational facility.

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Bus Route Information for Move to Crescent View Building

We will be moving to the Crescent View building (11150 S 300 E) after spring break.  Canyons School District will provide bus transportation for all students. This includes those living inside school boundaries as well as those who live outside of Peruvian Park boundaries.  Please click below to find bus schedules and routes for your students.

We would like to thank the CSD Transportation Department for creating these schedules early, so families have time to plan and make arrangements for daycare before our move. Specific bus numbers will be assigned at a later date.  

Kindergarten students will also be offered bus transportation.  Please click below for additional information.

Afternoon Private Vehicle Pick-Up Changes

Thank you for helping us have a wonderful first day in our new building.  Your children were amazing today!  They adapted quickly and learned many new procedures with smiles on their faces.  

Our morning drop-off went very well.  We appreciate your preparation and patience with our buses and drop-off in the morning.  Cars moved through the line very smoothly.  Our morning drop-off procedure will remain the same with private vehicles staying to the left and using the car lane as we did today.  We need to make some adjustments to our afternoon pick-up procedure.  Please see this document for changes to the afternoon pick-up procedure for private vehicles.

CSD Begins Taking Applications for Canyons Online, CSD’s New Tech-Driven Innovation

Canyons is powering up its personalized-learning options with the pending launch of Canyons Online, a technology-driven educational initiative recently approved by the Canyons Board of Education. 

Starting in fall 2021, Canyons Online will be the CSD program through which high-quality online classes will be provided to third- through 12th-grade students. Licensed teachers with advanced training in the best digital teaching and learning practices will lead classes in core subjects.  

“Canyons Online will really offer us the opportunity to act on Canyons District’s principle of innovation,” said Canyons Superintendent Dr. Rick Robins. “Families will have more choice and flexibility in customizing what is best for their students.” 

Parents and students interested in the choice and flexibility provided by Canyons Online are invited to learn more about the program at two Information Nights. The next 6-7:30 p.m. event will Thursday, April 15, 2021, in the Canyons Center of the Canyons District Office, 9361 S. 300 East. The livestream can be accessed at CSDTV, the District’s YouTube channel. 

The application window for fall classes opens at midnight, Friday, April 16.  The window will remain open until April 30.  Click here to submit your child’s application.

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New Campus Information

We’ve moved! Our new address is 11150 S Vista Way (about 300 E) in Sandy.  Students will begin at our new location on Tuesday, April 13.  The Board of Education has determined that Monday, April 12, will be a continued learning day at home for students, so teachers can prepare their classrooms after the spring break move. Please review this video for information about our new home including transportation details and a tour of the school.

Dig it! Peruvian Park Students Help Break Ground for New and Improved School

It isn’t unusual for kids to play in dirt, which is perhaps why Peruvian Park students jumped at the chance to toil in the soil as special guests of a groundbreaking to mark the start of the construction of their new school.

These prideful Panthers joined Canyons District administrators and local elected officials with golden shovels in their hands and commemorative hard hats on their heads to turn some celebratory dirt at the Tuesday, March 30, 2021 event. The evening signifies the transition from the careful planning stage to the actual construction of a beautiful, tech-friendly, two-story educational facility.

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Volunteers Needed to Help Us Finish the School Year Strong

It’s time to spring into volunteering! With vaccination rates picking up, and the expanding availability of rapid COVID-19 testing, we are now able to safely welcome parents, grandparents, and other helpers back into our classrooms — and it couldn’t happen at a more opportune time.

As we look to finish the year strong, and make the most out of the last few months of instructional time, our teachers could use the extra hands and our students could use the extra encouragement.

“We’re at that point where, by taking the right precautions, it’s safe. And the help is needed,” said Canyons Superintendent Dr. Rick Robins. “One of the great strengths of Canyons District has been having parents and volunteers in our buildings working with our students, and I’m absolutely thrilled to be welcoming them back.”

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