Policies & Notices

Asbestos Management Plan

As required by Federal and State regulation, Canyon Grove Academy has an Asbestos Management Plan and it is available for inspection by appointment.  Interested parties may contact the school

Teacher Qualifications
Canyon Grove Academy employs certified teachers. Parents may request information regarding the qualifications of their children’s teachers by emailing Mrs. Pili directly at becky.pili@canyongrove.com

LEA Report Card

School Land Trust Members
Kim Goates
Becky Pili
Jarrett Webster
Allisa Hunt
Amber Almond
Amy Rogers
2019-2020 Meetings Dates   (these are already on both OS and DE calendars….we just need to show them as an announcement under the school land trust membership)
Nov. 13th:   3:00-4:00pm
Jan. 15th:   3:00-4:00pm
Feb. 19th:  3:00-4:00pm
April 29th:  3:00-4:00pm

If interested in serving on the school land trust committee, please contact Mrs. Goates @ kim.goates@canyongrove.com

January Meeting Agenda & Minutes

February Meeting Agenda & Minutes

2019/20 Land Trust

Health & Wellness Plan

Carson Smith Scholarship
Carson Smith Scholarship Information

Student Data Collection

Ferpa Directory


Patrental Exclusion form for opting out of the SAGE assessments

Acknowledgment of Volunteer Responsibilities under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Pesticide Use on School Grounds
The school will minimize the use of pesticides, particularly on the interior of the facility, by using Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques.  A record will be maintained at the school office of pesticide use by third-party contractors as well as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for the chemicals applied on the premises.

Child Protection Registry
The Child Protection Registry is a free service provided by the State of Utah to keep adult
products e-mail out of your household.
It’s fast, free, secure, and only takes three easy steps to help protect your household from
inappropriate e-mails:
1. Visit the Internet website: www.kidsregistry.utah.gov
2. Click “Register Your Household’s Email Addresses”
3. Enter any e-mail addresses used by your household

Statewide Online Educational Program Notice
Statewide Online Educational Program

Notification of rodent prevention services
We have rodent control products on campus.

Dear Parent(s) or Guardian:
Your child, if in grades K, 1,3,5,7, will be given a vision screening during the month of September.   Before screening is conducted, state law requires parents are informed that vision screening is not a substitute for an eye examination by an eye care specialist.
Vision screening may take place at any point during the school year. Every attempt is made to have student vision screening completed within 60 days from the start of the school year. Several methods for vision screening are state approved and available for student screening. Any of the following methods may be used to screen your child: Distance vision charts, photo screening, or computerized programs. School screenings are coordinated by the school nurse who may use trained parent volunteers and school staff to assist or may request state-approved vision screening assistance from the Lions Sight Foundation, Friends for Sight, or the Utah Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
You will receive a referral letter if your child fails the screening. However, even if your child passed, it is important that your child see an eye care specialist once a year. School vision screening does not evaluate eye health and cannot uncover important vision problems or prescribe treatment. Vision referral information, on children age 8 and under, will be reported to the Utah State Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired as stated in Utah Law 53A-11-203.
Because academic learning is 80% visual, and visual problems are best detected and treated early, a comprehensive eye and vision examination is recommended. Healthy eyes and good vision are essential for success in school.
Please provide the school with written notification if you do not want your child to participate in the screening program.
Sincerely, Mrs. Goates

Emergency Plan


Fee Schedule

Monthly Bus Fee   $25.00  per student

Full Day Kindergarten Fee   $200.00 per month

It is Canyon Grove Academy’s policy that no elementary school child (K-6) may be charged for anything that takes place or is used during the regular onsite school day.  That includes textbooks, classroom equipment, and supplies, field trips and assemblies.  Fees can be charged for programs which take place before or after school or during school vacations (and for things used in those programs).

Canyon Grove Academy does not have fees for 7th & 8th Grades.  

Canyon Grove Academy will announce field trips in advance and will accept donations towards that onsite field trip.  The verbiage in the prior notice will be:  “We are forbidden by state law from charging a fee to cover the cost of this activity, which is costing the school a total of $___________.  We can, however, seek donations. If you can donate to cover the cost of this activity, please do so by _____________ (date).”

The Fee Waiver Application, Fee Chart, Fee Policy, and Declaration of Household Income (with Instructions) are included in Canyon Grove Academy’s Yearly Registration Update Packet and New Student Registration Packet.

Fee Notice K-6

Fee Waiver Application K-6

Fee Notice 7-8

Fee Waiver Application 7-8

Fee Waiver Decision Appeal

Additional Notices

Dress Code

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. Clothing items conforming to the following standards may be worn, regardless of brand. School uniform items are available at local stores.

Interpretation of the common dress code is the responsibility of the Canyon Grove Academy Administration. Clothing items that are not specifically addressed in this policy, draw undue attention to the student, or disrupt the learning process will not be allowed.

This policy addresses both school uniforms as well as the uniforms to be worn for Physical Education classes.

School Uniforms

Collared shirt or blouse

  • Shirts must be solid white, solid navy blue, or solid forest green.
  • Shirts may be capped sleeve, short sleeve, three-­‐quarter sleeve, or long sleeve length.
  • Turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks are allowed.

General Guidelines for Uniform Tops

  • Shirts must be buttoned up to within the top one or two buttons.
  • All clothing must be clean, appropriately sized, and worn correctly.
  • Pants/shorts/skirts must be worn at the waist.  Shoes must be tied or fastened, clothing must be worn right-­‐side-­‐out, appropriate underwear must be worn.  Clothing should not be excessively tight or excessively loose. Clothing shall not be excessively worn or have holes. No “low-­‐riding” of pants or shorts will be allowed.

Pants, capris, shorts, skort, skirt, or jumper

  • Bottoms must be solid khaki, solid navy blue, or approved school plaid.
  • Items must be made from woven cotton, linen, corduroy, or cotton/polyester blend fabrics. Denim fabrics are not allowed.

General Guidelines for Uniform Bottoms

  • Pants, capris, shorts, skorts, and skirts should be worn at the waist or hips. No “low riding” is allowed, even if the undergarments do not show.
  • The hemlines in jumpers and skirts shall be no shorter than 2 inches above the kneecap; shorts and skorts will not be shorter than 4 inches above the kneecap.
  • Shorts that are worn under skirts must not be visible and must be a dark color.
  • Ankle or capri length leggings in navy blue, forest green, or white may be worn under skirts and jumpers.


  • Only dark belts with a conservative buckle may be worn. If a belt is worn it should pass through all belt loops.
  • Students may wear their choice of optional tie in solid navy blue, solid forest green, or the approved school plaid.
  • Only solid white or primarily dark shoes (black, dark brown, navy blue, or gray)  with closed toes and closed heels are allowed. Shoes should not have contrasting logos or bright, neon or distracting trim. Shoes must be properly fastened or tied. No wheeled shoes will be allowed. No shoes with lights will be allowed. Dark laces must be worn with dark shoes. White laces must be worn with white shoes.
  • Students may wear solid white or dark colored (e.g., navy, black, brown, gray, forest) socks.
  • Girls are able to wear solid color tights or leggings under their skirts or dresses of navy, white, or khaki color.
  • For warmth, in the classroom, students may wear a solid navy, forest green, or white cardigan, blazer, sweater vest, hoodless sweatshirt, or zip-­‐up fleece jacket (with or without hood). Hoods may not be worn inside the building. The uniform shirt must be visible.  Pullover hoodie style sweatshirts are not allowed.
  • Only conservative hairstyles in natural hair colors are acceptable.  Hair accessories with metallic, white, navy blue, forest green, brown, black, or approved school plaid hair accessories are appropriate.
  • Minimal, natural looking make­‐up may be worn.


  • Minimally distracting jewelry is allowed.  Jewelry is limited to a small crucifix or religious medal, a single ring, a medical bracelet, a conservative watch, or small post-­‐type earrings, or a single bracelet in a non-­‐distracting color.
  • Girls are limited to one earring per ear.  Boys may not wear earrings. No body or facial piercing jewelry allowed.  No gauges allowed.

Hats and Outerwear

  • Head coverings will be allowed indoors only for religious beliefs or medical conditions. Hats that offer protection from the sun may be worn during outdoor activities. Such hats must be solid navy, solid forest green, or solid khaki with no graphics or logos other than the school emblem.
  • Outerwear (coats, hats, scarves, gloves, etc.) must be removed while students are inside the building.

General Guidelines

  • No graphics, cartoon characters, words, large logos, gang insignia, or visibly distracting buttons and trims are allowed on any clothing items, accessories, or shoes.
  • Clothing must be suitable for the weather, appropriately sized, clean, mended, pressed,and worn neatly-­‐ right side out. Undergarments should not be visible.
  • Interpretation of the common dress policy is the responsibility of the CGA Administration.  Clothing items that are not specifically addressed in this policy, draw undue attention to the student, or disrupt the learning process will not be allowed.
  • School spirit days may include relaxed dress requirements. Such days are approved by the CGA Board of Trustees or Administration in advance. They will be announced and posted on the school calendar and website.

Approved School Plaid

Canyon Grove Academy Board of Trustees has approved the following plaid:

Dress Gordon.

Acceptable plaids are available from multiple manufacturers:

  • Blakes:#80
  • Buckhead: #63, #35
  • Classy Uniforms
  • Custom School Uniforms/Thorson Embroidery: plaid #61
  • Dennis: campbell 201-­‐215, carden 201-­‐220, christopher 201-­‐225
  • Frank Bee: 1B-­‐PC
  • Inka’s: #59
  • Land’s End: white plaid