Registration fees may be paid online starting August 1st. Simply click on the "Registration" tab at the top of our school website. If you would like to do the walk-in registration or pay fee waivers in our school front office that also starts on August 1st and goes through August 8th. Our office hours are 8 am to 3:00 pm
Students are invited to access the library during the summer break.
Monday, July 16th
Wednesday, August 1st.
School doors will be open from 8:00am - 1:00pm.
Just come in and go to the Library - Mrs. Wilson will be here ready to help you!
Library open from 9 am - 1:00 pm each of those days.
Tuesday June 19Tuesday June 26Tuesday July 3
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The Utah High School Rodeo Association State Finals were held June 5th-9th at the Wasatch County Event Complex in Heber Valley. We would like to recognize Jade Rindlisbacher and Wyatt Crandall for qualifying for the High School National Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyoming July 15th-21st. Jade qualified in Pole Bending and Wyatt in Team Roping. We would like to congratulate these two SFHS students and wish them the best of luck as the head to the National Finals. We would also like to recognize Laynee Giles, Jace Hanks, and Wyatt Davis for finishing in the top 15 in their events and qualifying for the Silver State International Rodeo. The SSIR will be held in Winnemucca, Nevada July 2nd-7th. Laynee qualified in the Barrel Racing, and Jace and Wyatt qualified in Team Roping. Best of luck to these contestants as they go to Silver State! Way to represent SFHS, Rodeo Contestants! Congratulations and Good Luck!
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The Utah High School Rodeo Association held their 2018 Championship on May 25th and 26th. SFJHS student Wyatt Rindlisbacher won 2nd in the state in Team Roping and won the average for Tie Down Roping for State Finals and ended up 5th in the Tie Down Roping.
SFJHS student Cooper Jacobs won 3rd in the state for Bareback Riding and 3rd in the state for Bull Riding.
They will both be competing at Nationals in Huron, South Dakota on June 24-30. Congratulations and best of luck to both of these fine young men!
Nominated by: Abbey Marshall, Marnie Meredith, Tiesha Christensen, Adam Gull
“Mr. Wright is a positive influence on the children in his classes. He does an amazing job of preparing kids for junior high. Each SEP I have attended has been a positive and uplifting experience for myself and my child. He helps students feel confident with their abilities.”
“Mr. Wright is so awesome! I don’t know how many years he’s been teaching at Rees, but I know it’s a lot. He deserves an award because you can tell he really cares about his students and their learning. I believe he truly wants them to succeed at their highest potential and gets his students ready for junior high. You can tell he wants them to enjoy learning and has them engaged in activities that will help spark an interest. Mr. Wright has been easy to talk to, and I feel he has addressed any questions or concerns I might have had with my child. He sends home a weekly sheet with his students on what’s going on in their class that week, and that’s very helpful! Again, Mr. Wright deserves an award because he does an incredible job!”
“Mr. Wright is amazing!! He is so good at getting the kids ready for junior high. He loves each kid individually and highlights the good things they are doing. He excels in math and science and makes the kids excited about these subjects. My twins had him last year and almost every kid in their class qualified for honors math the following year. His smile is his greatest quality. It is genuine and seems to always be on his face. I highly recommend him for this award and hope you consider him.”
“Nate is a Nebo Hero. Nate is a GIANT of a man with a big heart and contagious smile. He is a role model to his students by the way he treats others and how he teaches them to respect one another. He cares deeply about the success of his students. Parents have come back to me and expressed how much they appreciate the way he prepared their students for junior high. He takes on extra duties like science fair and chess club along with any other needs in the school and does so willingly. He is involved in coaching in the community and has a huge impact on not only Rees students, but students throughout the district.”
Canyon's library will be open every Wednesday from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm.
Come on in and find a great book to read this summer.
Summer Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Closed: 5-28, 6-06, 6-12
Online Registration Opens: 7-25-18
Elementary Registration: 8-01-18
READ with the BEES ...
Be a part of the largest summer reading program in Utah! Begins June 1, 2018 ...
We want to keep your child reading! Summer reading loss is real! Research has proven that the impact of summer reading loss can be significant.
The more time a child spends reading, the better reader they become. So the best thing you can do for your children is to read to them, reading with them, and providing them opportunities for more reading.
So to help motivate your child to read this summer we want them to join in our "POP" After Summer Reading Party! Students who read at least 4 times a week and a minimum of 80 minutes a week will be invited to participate in out POP into Reading Party at the beginning of the new school year. Enjoy all things that POP! Popcorn, Popsicle, bubbles that pop, and balloon games. Fill out the calendar that was sent home and bring it back to your new teacher next year!
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Apply for Exclusive High School Tech Internship for Juniors and Seniors.This program includes 7 sessions and it's free! During each session students will participate in workshop-style sessions where they either learn a skill or are presented with a challenge that they can solve with their team. The sessions will be taught by entrepreneurs and tech professionals to help educate, inspire and mentor students. Both boys and girls in their junior/senior year are invited to attend.
At the end of the program students will have experience and knowledge to help them know how to start a business, work with a team and find a career path that leverages their strengths and interests.
The program will be hosted at Peak Venture Capital offices at Thanksgiving Point.
The following students are in Mr. Gardner's range starting Monday, June 4th @ 6am. Please meet at the range just north of the Seminary building at he High School.
The following students are in Mr. Black's range session starting Monday, June 11th @ 5:30 am. Please meet in room 39 in the CTE Building.