The Canyons School District is gearing up for their annual film festival. Maybe your child would like to enter. Check this out! FilmFest Infographic.pdf
What Do Schools Do to Prevent the Spread of Disease?
Canyons District has about 5.8 million square feet of space to keep cleaned, which is accomplished each day with special attention paid to touchpoints, or highly-trafficked areas with which students come into direct contact, such as door knobs, computer keyboards, and drinking fountains. Deep-cleaning to combat specific illnesses entails using specialized chemicals and tools, such as electrostatic sprayers, which can cover an entire area with a bug-fighting coating of disinfectant. Parents can help by reminding children of the importance of good personal hygiene. The best way to stop the spread of disease is to thoroughly wash hands after using the restroom and before preparing or eating meals. Let's stay healthy at Midvalley this winter.
MIDVALLEY SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL
NOVEMBER 2018 AGENDA
Meeting Date Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time of Meeting 3:30 pm
Meeting came to order at ____________________
Council Members present
Tamra Baker - Principal
Vicki Houmand - Kindergarten Teacher
Digital Citizenship Plan - submit to School Performance
Safety drills since last meeting
Current year plan budget - Is it on track?
Review school data - What areas may need greater focus next year?
New Building updates
Upcoming school events
Next meeting Thursday, January ___, 3:30
We couldn't have packed one more thing into our October, and we loved it. Thank you to all of the parents who made Red Ribbon Week, the Fundraiser, Reflections, and Halloween so much fun for all of our students. Check out the FaceBook posts below for details and lots of pictures. We couldn't do what we do without our tremendous parent support.