Dawn Snell teaches first-grade at Canyon Elementary. She is married to Doug Snell and they have four children; three girls, Blaire 27, Brooke 26, Samantha 24, and 1 son, Gus 17. Samantha is married to Kyle and Dawn and Doug have 1 grand-daughter, Anya. Dawn graduated from BYU, "Go Cougars!" She loves Mexican food and peanut M & M's. A favorite vacation was when she and Doug went to San Antonio, Texas. They loved it and the food was awesome! Her favorite quote is, "The expert in anything was once a beginner." In her spare time Dawn likes to play games, hike and go walking on t
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March 29, 2013, Canyon kindergarten students held their annual Egg Drop activity. Students make a container for their egg at home that hopefully will protect their egg when it gets dropped off the school roof by principal, Mr. Dave Harlan and custodian, Mr. Blake Ross. Pictured with her egg, is kindergarten student, Isabelle Binks, from Mrs. Darlynn Menlove's morning class.
Suzette Harreld teaches first-grade at Canyon Elementary. She is married to Don and they are the parents of Jakob, Christian and David, and David is married to Heidi. Suzette and Don also have two grandchildren. Suzette graduated from Utah State University. Her favorite foods are seafood, chocolate and stinky cheeses and breads. Her favorite vacation was to Tuscany, Italy and Ireland. In her spare time, she likes being with her family, reading, cooking, and gardening with her flowers. The things she loves most about working with students at Canyon is laughing and learning.
Friday, March22, 2013, students from the Harvest Jump Rope Team from Saratoga, Springs, came and showed their jump rope skills to kick off the Jump Rope for Heart program. Students from Canyon Elementary will be doing heart healthy jump rope activities in their P.E. classes and can also participate in a school-wide Jump-a-thon.
Our PTA sponsored literacy month for Canyon Elementary students. One of the activities was their annual Parents and Pastries day held March 4, 2013. Parents came before school started with their children to have doughnuts and milk and then to read some of their favorite books together.