Our Midvalley Junior Huskies will be back to school soon and here are some important dates for families.
August 21, 3:00-4:00 pm Meet and Treat Come meet your teacher, visit your classroom, join the PTA, and get at cool treat from Mrs. Baker.
August 22, 8:25 am First day starts for first through fifth grade students. Please be lined up behind the school with your class.
August 27, 8:25 am Kindergarten first day for all day and morning half-day students.
August 27, 8:20 am-9:00 am Tears and Cheers for kindergarten parents. Join the PTA for a bagel and a smile outside of the kindergarten classrooms on the grass.
August 30, 7-8:00 pm Back to School Night- a time for parents to meet with your student's teacher to learn what your child will learn this year.
As always, please let us know if you have any questions. We are here to help. (801-826-8800)
Please see the following information from the Canyons District website. Updates and invitations for community input meetings will be coming soon! It's an exciting time to be a Junior Husky!
We hope you are having a wonderful summer and family time. This quick announcement is to let you know that online registration begins on Thursday, August 2. Every student will need to be registered to begin school this fall. If you need help to complete the registration on the computer, we are happy to help you. Starting next week, August 6, our office will be open from 9:00 am to noon, Monday through Friday. We will also be open on Tuesday night from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. We will have computers available and employees at the ready.
Teacher assignments will be available online after August 13. You and your child can meet their teacher the afternoon before school starts on August 21 from 3:00-4:00 pm. We will have a cool treat out front after your meeting. School starts for first through fifth grade at 8:25 am on August 22. See you soon!
Elementary School Rebuild
The Administration recommends that Midvalley Elementary be selected as the first elementary school completed with funds from the $283 million bond approved by voters in November. The 60-year-old school is the oldest of the buildings that are on the list for reconstruction with funds from the 2017 bond. The school also lacks ADA-compliant restrooms, is not built to seismic standards, has a high Facility Cost Index, and the campus is large enough to simultaneously accommodate construction and school operations in the old building. A new building in Midvale also could help absorb any growth in west Midvale. The District’s bond-construction timetable includes starting work on an elementary school in 2019. The other three elementary schools that will eventually be rebuilt with 2017 bond money are Peruvian Park, a White City-area school, and a new school in west Draper. The Board took the recommendation under advisement.