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Good Attendance is Important – Be On Time and In School!

Families, we want to take a moment to revisit the importance of being on time and being in school. While we understand that this year has been an unusual one, we also want to make sure that each and every student has the opportunity to take advantage of the instruction and learning in the classroom.

Each day of learning begins right when the second bell rings at 8:30am, which means students should arrive before the first bell at 8:25am. When students miss instruction, they miss concepts that are important in the sequence of learning. When they come back after a day of missed school, they have to try to catch up to the rest of the class, which doesn’t feel good for students.

This video link shows parents talking about why good attendance is critical for kids: 
Click Here for Attendance Video in English
Click Here for Attendance Video in Spanish

Take a look at this Infographic for more information about the importance of being in school:

CSD to offer popular fifth-grade maturation program online

While growing up can be hard, talking about it needn’t be.  To help families rock “the talk” — even in this pandemic year — Canyons School District is offering its popular maturation program online.

From Wednesday, Feb. 24 through July 31, fifth-grade students and their parents will be able to access the program online at no charge through a password protected link. The presentations are conducted by professional speaker Carrie Ann Kemp who has been educating and entertaining young audiences, and their parents, for 20 years.

Through a time-limited license, fifth-grade families will be able to access the programs for boys and girls through a password-protected link. The aim of the program is to provide consistent, sensitive and approved instruction districtwide. Versions are available in English and Spanish.

Detailed instructions for accessing the courses have been emailed to all fifth-grade parents and guardians.

Families with questions are encouraged to reach out to the Main Office.

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