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Pandemic – EBT

ATTENTION FAMILIES

Your child(ren) may qualify for:

WHAT IS IT: Pandemic EBT is a federal program intended to make up the cost of free or reduced school meals that families would have received while schools closed from March through May of 2020. Families that qualify for P-EBT benefits will receive $308 dollars per child

WHO IS ELIGIBLE: These benefits are available to any family that was eligible to receive Free or Reduced Price school meals from March through May 2020.

HOW DO YOU APPLY:  Go to www.pebtutah.org or visit Department of Workforce Services. 

There is a limited time to apply, so don’t wait!!!

Start of school delayed until Aug. 24 in response to teacher, community concerns

The first day of school in Canyons District this fall has been pushed back one week. 

By making a slight change to the academic calendar for the 2020-2021 school year, members of the Canyons Board of Education decided Tuesday to start school on Monday, Aug. 24 instead of Monday, Aug. 17.

The decision was made during a regular meeting of the Board of Education held at the Canyons District Offices, 9361 S. 300 East. 

“The change to the academic calendar was made after much reflection, review, and thoughtful input from parents, teachers and students,” said Nancy Tingey, President of the Canyons Board of Education. “The slight postponement of the start of the school year honors requests from our hard-working teachers while also minimizing disruption to families’ schedules.”  

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Mask Up, Canyons! We all Have a Role to Play in Defeating COVID-19

Stand united, stay strong and activate your mask superpower! Not all superheroes wear capes, some wear masks — and as we start the 2020-2021 school year, all Canyons District students, employees, parents and patrons will have a role to play in defeating the common foe of COVID-19.

Canyons District schools and facilities are adhering to Utah Gov. Gary Herbert’s order requiring the use of face coverings in K-12 schools. It is expected that every student and employee in a school facility or on a school bus will wear a face covering — a must-have item for families to add to their back-to-school shopping lists. 

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