CSD Superintendent Welcomes Questions, Feedback at Districtwide Listening Tour

Have a question about Canyons School District? Suggestions, concerns or compliments? Or maybe, after the months of social distancing that coincided with Dr. Rick Robins’ first year as CSD’s Superintendent, you’d like to meet him in person.

Coming soon to a middle school near you: community members will have a chance to do just that as Dr. Robins travels the District for his inaugural Superintendent’s Listening Tour.

Over the next few weeks, Dr. Robins will host five interactive community events to introduce himself, inform patrons about the state of the District, discuss Canyons’ COVID-19 response and recovery plans to support student learning and wellness, and invite community input as CSD undertakes a strategic planning process to review and enhance its mission and vision.

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Looking For School Community Council Members

It is time to elect our School Community Council (SCC) members for this school year! This is a great opportunity to determine how funding is allocated for Willow Canyon. We meet throughout the school year (approximately 5 times) to review academic and social/emotional data to better meet the needs of our students. We would love to have you be a part of this council and will be taking applications through Friday, August 27th.

Please click on this link:Willow Canyon SCC Applications and print off the application. Fill it out and return it to the office. You can also pick up an application from the front office.

Aim of CSD’s Data-Driven Back-to-School Plan is to Keep Schools Open, Safe

Canyons District will follow a comprehensive and evidence-driven Back-to-School Action Plan to maintain safe and welcoming learning environments in the 2021-2022 school year.

The aim of CSD’s strategic and layered approach, which is put into place as the global COVID-19 health crisis is addressed at local levels, is to safeguard student wellness while also ensuring that students are provided access to a high-quality education and related services.

To directly — but strategically — address wellness and academic issues, Canyons’ plan:

  • Follows state law and current health order;
  • Is based on the most-recent COVID-19 surveillance data provided by health officials;
  • Ramps up safety and health protocols if case counts increase in a school community;
  • Mirrors the cleaning and sanitation efforts of the previous school year;
  • Stresses the importance of keeping students in school and engaged in learning.

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