If the precipitation is severe students will stay inside and participate in classroom recess/lunch.
Most days, students will head outside for snow. The pavement will be plowed and students are allowed to bring snow gear – especially boots. If the temperature reaches below 22º or it is snowing hard, students will stay inside for recess/lunch.
Canyons District adheres to the following guidelines when it comes to air quality in Utah due to fires, inversions, or other air quality concerns.
What should parents do?
- Parents, with advice from your health care provider, need to contact the school secretary or nurse if your child is “sensitive” to poor air quality.
- Sensitive children may include those with significant or poorly controlled asthma, cystic fibrosis, chronic lung disease, congenital heart disease, compromised immune systems, or other respiratory problems.
- Please complete the health care portion on Skyward to help the school be aware of your child’s needs.