Shirley Cline    

Oakdale Elementary's

2015 Teacher of the Year 

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    Hooray! What a great year! We hope you all have a wonderful summer.

    Last day for Kindergarten is June 4th. 

    Last day for 1st through 5th grade is June 5th. Students will be dismissed at 12:50. No lunch will be served. 

  • Please watch this helpful video on the revised and updated i-CANyons Report Card.  Complete information on the new report card can be found here.


  • Inclement Weather Information for Canyons District



    Parents and employees should listen to Wasatch Front radio and television stations for school-closure information. Canyons District also will employ Skylert, its website, Facebook and Twitter to alert parents about school closures. Canyons District also plans to send out messages to our School Community Councils and PTAs. In the case of school closures, announcements will be posted on the Web site  — — and announced via Facebook and Twitter by 5:30 a.m.


    The District will communicate one of three messages: 

    1) Day and date a school is closed

    2) Day and date a school is starting late

    3) Day and date schools will be dismissed.


    School closures will be announced when authorized by the Superintendent of Schools or his designee after consulting with senior staff members, including but not limited to the Director of Transportation and the Director of Facilities. The National Weather Service and other state, county and city agencies also may be asked to advise the District administration.


    All announcements are for one day only.  No announcement means schools will be open and operate as usual.

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Canyons District New Report Card for K-5

Posted in News & Announcements

Beginning in the fall of 2013, all Canyons elementary schools will use a new I-CANyons Standards-Based Report Card. The report card, crafted by Canyons educators over two years' time and used in 92 classrooms in six schools in 2012-2013, will give parents specific information about their child's understanding of the content. It also will give teachers and parents new tools to help students succeed.  

This video will walk you through the new report card: