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Lori Salter

Edgemont

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Apply Today For a Spot in Our New After-School Program

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Edgemont Elementary is excited to announce the start of an after-school program that will be as fun as it is focused on increasing student achievement.  Thanks to generous support of Salt Lake County, the Department of Workforce Services, Sandy City and the Canyons Board of Education and Administration, starting Jan. 13, 2014 our school will house an after-school program for 125 students from Edgemont and Bell View elementary schools. Participating students, who will be chosen on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis, will gather with friends, learn social skills, enjoy a nutritious snack, participate in supervised physical education activities, spend time in computer labs, and receive tutoring and homework help from educators who teach at Edgemont or Bell View elementary schools. The Boys and Girls Club will be working with Canyons District to provide the supervision of the children in the program, which will be held on the days students are in school.  Registration starts Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.  Please complete the registration application and submit it to the school’s office. Parents will be required to sign a waiver of participation and agree to pick up their children by 5:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and by 5 p.m. on Fridays.  Transportation home will not be provided to participating students.  

School Boundaries

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In the fall 2011 and spring 2012 the Canyons Board of Education voted on new school boudaries for both the elementary and secondary schools. This coming 2013-14 school year these new school boundaries will take effect. The new boundaries were created using community input and will better accomodate student enrollment and streamline school feeder patterns. 

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For all school boundary maps please visit District Maps

Grade Reconfiguration

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gr-logo.pngStarting the 2013-14 school year the makeup of our schools will change so we can better prepare students for college and careers. High schools will serve students in grades 9-12, middle schools will be home to sixth- through eighth-graders, and elementary schools will educate kindergarten through fifth-grade students.

The Canyons Board of Education on Feb. 16, 2010 unanimously approved Utah's first college- and career-ready diplomas program, and began efforts to reconfigure school grade levels (i.e., K-5, 6-8, 9-12), facilities, and programs to better address student academic needs, reach out to communities, and provide more educational choices to students and parents.