Monday Tooele

349 North 7th Street

9:00 am – 3:15 pm

Welcome to Epic Day!  Your Educational Specialist, along with a Collaborative Teacher, help each student to learn and grow.  They are assisted by the   paraprofessionals (aide) who support the hands-on-learning environment.  The themed lessons are History-based and include STEM Activities, Science, Social Studies, Art, Math and Language Arts.  We focus on engaging, interactive, project-based lessons that promote critical thinking and discussion.  We are teaching Utah State standards with Hands-On Fun.  The students are grouped in classes youngest to oldest, Aspen, Birch, Cedar and Oak, with similar-aged peers so that they can gain valuable friendships and social opportunities.  Our Dive Deeper activities are available for you to extend the learning at home.

Please be on time so your child doesn’t miss our leadership meeting. Leadership is when your child’s Educational Specialist celebrates student accomplishments and recognizes birthdays. We will also delve into the Canyon Grove Guideposts together. Leadership lessons develop the concepts in the guideposts using learning games, songs, biographies, quotations,  discussions, mindfulness exercises, Growth Mindset principles, and movement. Our students explore each of the guideposts and examine how they can apply them in their lives. We wrap up the year with our final guidepost, Anything is Possible, to launch them into a summer of discovery and fun. Please bring students on time (between 8:50 – 9:00 am) so they can participate in leadership activities.

RECESS:  12:15 pm-12:30 pm Students play first and then eat so they do not rush through eating to get to their recess activities. Recess will be held indoors.  They can choose to play quiet games or join the group for interactive fun!

LUNCH:  12:30 pm-12:45 pm  Please send your child with a lunch from home that can be eaten within the given time frame and doesn’t require heating. Please let them know that they will be eating what you send with them in their OWN lunch.    There is no bartering lunch items.

Please send your student to school with a water bottle, home lunch, and backpack each day.

Your student also has the option of attending Innovations and Discovery Days.

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Educational Specialist – Ameleah Young

I love everything education! I received my degree in Elementary Education at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina, and have been an Educational Specialist for 4 years. I have had my own children in Distance Education for 6 years, and enjoy watching children’s natural curiosity transport them through the learning process. I am excited to be at Canyon Grove and to help families and students find joy in learning.

Online office hours:  10am-2pm, M-F  (for security the link is provided via email)

Office hours:  9am-4pm, M-F

Email: ameleah.young@canyongrove.com

School Calendar

Check out the samples of our Adventures at Home classes.

Collaborative Teacher – Tera Morris

I grew up in Southern California but moved to Utah to attend college.  I am a mother of 4 wonderful children! I have one in college, high school, jr. high, and elementary school, which is busy and a lot of fun!  I earned my degree at BYU in education and taught 4th grade for 3 years.  Then I took a long break to raise my kids.  I came back to teaching and taught at Athenian Academy before coming to Canyon Grove.  My hobbies include reading, traveling, and of course spending time with my family.  I love working with children and helping them learn and grow!

Online office hours:  10am-2pm, M-F  (for security the link is provided via email)

Office hours:  9am-4pm, M-F

Email: tera.morris@canyongrove.com

ASPEN AIDE – Heather May

Hello! My name is Ms May. Previously I worked at Athenian before coming over to Canyon Grove. I love this school and enjoy the kids so much. I get the privilege of working with the kindergarten through second grade. I enjoy getting to know the children’s different personalities and interest during class time. We always have a lot of fun with our lessons and hands on projects.
I am happily married and have two wonderful children of my own, they are in Junior high and High school this year, WOW how they grow up so quickly!
I am looking forward to this year!

 

CEDAR AIDE – Tammy Johnson

I am a wife and the mother of 4 amazing kids.  I like to read, organize, hike and stay active.  I love to watch kids use their minds and love encouraging them to use new information to create and build.  I enjoy being in the middle of the fun, mess, and activities.  I look forward to the diverseness that our classroom brings as I teach and we add to it with projects to challenge our minds.

 

Parent Meetings and Student Education Plans

Educational Specialists serve as a guide and support throughout the education process. Families meet with their Educational Specialist regularly to discuss student as they progress toward their goals.  Please keep in mind that this communication with your ES is essential and a requirement for participation in this program. Please show that you value our program by having a truly effective conversation about the academic progress of your student with your Educational Specialist.

At the beginning of the school year, you will create an individualized Student Education Plan (SEP) with your Educational Specialist. Your student’s SEP will outline the curriculum your student will be using and your goals for the school year. In addition you will meet regularly with your ES to collaborate on student academic growth and course completion.

COMMON DRESS

Canyon Grove Academy has a common dress code. The intent of the common dress code is to minimize distractions in the learning environment, promote a sense of community among students, and increase campus safety and security.   To keep it simple we have a Canyon Grove Academy T-shirt and sweatshirt available for purchase.  This T-shirt and sweatshirt can be worn with jeans in good repair, skirts, leggings, pants, etc. We also want all toes to stay safe! Shoes must cover the entire foot and be worn in and outside the school. Students should not wear hats inside the school, but they can wear hats outside for warmth. CGA T-shirt and sweatshirt are worn by our students at all our school-sponsored activities such as Epic, Discovery, Innovations, field trips, and events.  Call the school for more information.

Drop-Off & Pick-up

Drop-Off: 8:45 am – 8:55 am

  • Please encourage your students to be ready to unload, have their materials ready to go, as you enter the lineup of cars.
  • Have any last minute instructions or conversations with them BEFORE you get to the curb.
  • Once at the curb, please kindly encourage your students to exit your vehicle in a timely manner.

Please ONLY be late if there is a true emergency.

Attendance: If your student misses an Epic Day, please contact your Educational Specialist to excuse their absence.

Pick-Up:  3:15 pm – 3:25 pm

  • Please close your door and move away from the curb in an efficient manner so that we can keep the line moving.
  • Please visit with your students about their day once you have driven away from the curb.
  • We thank you for your assistance in keeping traffic flowing smoothly.

Pick-up Authorization: If someone other than the parent/guardian is picking up, please notify the ES before 2:30 pm.

SCHOOL CANCELLATION

  • Classes will only be cancelled if there is severe weather or another emergency that prohibits teachers and students from safely traveling or meeting together in a healthy environment.
  •  Parents will be notified via TEXT.

Innovations & Discovery Schedule

Eagle Mountain & Tooele

Program Assigned Day Sign up Week of activity Time
Epic Tooele: Monday

EM: Tuesday

Aug 16 – May 27 9 am – 3:00 pm
Discovery 1 Friday July 19-Aug 2 Aug 16 – Sept 10 12:15 pm – 2:45 pm
Discovery 2 Friday July 19-Aug 2 Sept 13 – Oct 8 12:15 pm – 2:45 pm
Fall Break No classes  Oct 11-15
Winter Innovations  Friday Sept. 13-27 Oct 18 – Dec 17 9 am – 11:30 am
Winter Break No classes  Dec 20 – Dec 31
Discovery 5 Friday Nov. 15-Dec.6  Jan 10 – Feb 4 12:15 pm – 2:45 pm
Discovery 6 Friday Nov 15-Dec 6 Feb 7 – Mar 4 12:15 pm – 2:45 pm
Spring Break No classes Mar 14-18
Spring Innovations  Friday Feb. 14-28 Mar 21 – May 13 9 am – 11:30 am
Summer No classes May 27 – August

 

Innovations & Discovery Pickup

Innovations: 9:00-11:30

Drop off: Students arrive at bus location 7:55-8:05 am

Pick up: 12:10 pm (10 minute check out time)

Bus leaves location 12:20

Discovery:12:15-2:45

Drop off: Students arrive at bus location 11:10-11:20 am

Pick up: Bus arrives on location 3:20 (10 minute check out time)

 

Airborne Additional Parking

On the corner 12650 S. and 125 W. is the additional parking for Airborne. As shown on map, the bus will park in the southeast corner of this lot where the red X is. Please do NOT park in this area. Recommended parking is marked in light blue.

(Airborne’s address is: 12674 Pony Express Rd, Draper. The additional parking lot is directly west of this building. See map 2)