Canyon Red Ribbon Week

Submitted by calleen.argyle on Tue, 10/25/2011 - 09:28

   Canyon PTA volunteers along with student council members sponsored Red Ribbon Week for Canyon Elementary October 24-27, 2011.  During Red Ribbon Week, students pledge to be drug free and say "no" to drugs.  Every day has a different theme.  Monday everyone received a red wristband to wear all week.  Tuesday they will have a great assembly.  Wednesday everyone will wear red and Thursday students will create the school's longest red paper chain.


Pictured L-R:  Kade Argyle, Matthew Conway, Marley Jensen, Brooke Robinson and Kassidy Johnson

Calleen Argyle

Author Visits Canyon

Submitted by calleen.argyle on Fri, 10/14/2011 - 14:02

     Author, Tyler Whitesides, visited Canyon Elementary telling third through sixth-grade students about his new book, Janitors.  It's a magical story about a secret society of wizard-like janitors.  Mr. Whitesides also told the students that everyone has the ability to do extraordinary things.  Mr. Whitesides told the boys and girls that they can all be authors.  Students can take information from reading and their everyday experiences and turn them into great stories.


Pictured L-R:  Author, Tyler Whitesides, Pei-Pei Magleby and Jasmine Rose.

Canyon Carnival

Submitted by calleen.argyle on Fri, 10/07/2011 - 13:59

   Canyon Elementary PTA sponsored a family night carnival Monday, October 3, 2011.  Students and their families came back to school that evening to enjoy games, rides and great food.  There was also a slient auction to bid on doanted baskets.  This fundraiser was a great success bringing in over $7,000.


Nathan Lawrence at fish pond game.

TayLynn Murray at frog game.

Calleen Argyle and Nicole Fellows

Canyon 4th Grade Has Map Walk

Submitted by calleen.argyle on Thu, 09/29/2011 - 15:16

   Students from Canyon Elementary participated in the annual Fourth-Grade Map Walk.  After learning about Utah's mountains, lakes, rivers, and deserts, students created their own map of Utah out of cakes, play dough, wood, flowers, fabric, puzzles, and so much more.  These maps were proudly displayed for teachers, parents, and other students.


Pictured L-R:  Sarah Pope, Sydnee Slaymaker and Saige Stewart

Calleen Argyle and Jamie Hamblin