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Make-Up Day Feb 17 for Weather-Related Cancellation

To make up for the instructional time lost due to the weather-related cancellation of school on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020, a make-up day will be held on Presidents Day.

All Canyons District schools will now hold school on Feb. 17 on their usual Monday schedules. Buses also will be operating that day.

The Presidents Day holiday was previously set aside by the District’s Calendar Committee as the designated make-up day for emergency school closures for the  2019-2020 school year. Under Utah law, public schools must conduct school for at least 990 instructional hours over a minimum of 180 days each academic year, and recover any days lost due to inclement weather. Districts are expected to build a recovery day into their calendars so as to provide families and employees advance notice of the possible need and timing for a make-up day.

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Snow Day – Feb 3

Today, on Monday, Feb. 3, heavy snow and dangerous road conditions have forced the cancellation of school in Canyons District. All schools and District Offices will be closed for the day. This announcement of the closure of schools and District Offices is for one day only. Additional information will be sent to the community if the closure extends to Tuesday. If you have questions, please refer to our district website, canyonsdistrict.org. Thank you. Please stay safe.

Chess Tournament 2020

The Albion Chess Team–Finley Chen (7th grade, 1st chair), Fiona Chen (6th grade, 2nd chair), Zach Sadler (6th grade, 3rd chair), Zach Dean (7th grade, 4th chair), Blake Lewis (6th grade, 5th chair), and Parker Burns (8th grade, 6th chair)–did an AMAZING job representing Albion at this year’s chess tournament. 

They earned 4th place overall (missing out on 3rd place by just ½ a point)!  Fiona Chen won a medal for the most wins in her chair, and Zach Dean won a medal for a three-way tie for 1st place in his chair.  Mrs. Larson, the team’s advisor said, “It was the most intense and competitive tournament I’ve seen in over four years.” Congratulations Chessletes! We are so proud of you!

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