Our Booster schedule gives teachers time during the school day to collaborate and get professional development to ensure each student succeeds. Booster teachers teach for 30 minutes and our students rotate to all booster teachers. Our Booster teachers are trained specialists that provide curriculum-based instruction in areas such as physical education, art, engineering, and music while core teachers meet to collaborate and plan their instructional strategies.
Early-out days will be held on Fridays except on parent teacher conference weeks. On those weeks early out will be on that Thursday. Parent teacher conferences only happen twice a year, once in the fall and in the spring. School will not release early on other days during short weeks in which classes are not held on Fridays. During such times, collaboration and planning time for teachers will be adjusted as appropriate.
Crescent’s Instructional Technicians:
Media Instructional Technicians: Lila Macfarlane & Ginger Brooks
Playworks/PE Instructional Technician: Nancy Bromfield
Music Instructional Technician: Marie Smith
STEM Instructional Technician: Estefanya Yuritza Jensen
Art Instructional Technician: Katie James
School starts Mon-Fri 9:00
School end Mon-Thurs 3:35
Friday Early Day ends: 1:55 PM
Friday Early Day:
Grade Level Lunch Times:
11:55-12:35 PM: 4th Grade
12:05-12:45 PM: 1st Grade
12:15-12:55 PM: 5th Grade
12:25-1:05 PM: 2nd Grade
12:35-1:15 PM: 3rd Grade
We are glad you are here, and look forward to working with you! Our volunteers are one of our greatest assets and we encourage our parents and community members to become involved. The protection and security of our students and staff is our priority; please refer to the following information to understand how these policies help us continue to achieve our goal of safe schools and communities.
- Please allow up to 72 hours for your application to be processed
- Applications for each school year will be accepted beginning July 1
Canyons School District has established procedures that adhere to Utah State law requiring school districts to screen prospective volunteers. All volunteers in schools, including members of the PTA and School Community Council, need to complete and submit a new Volunteer Application annually.
A Volunteer is:
Any adult (18 or older) who works directly, either individually or in small groups, with students in any capacity. This includes going into a classroom or on a field trip, presenting to, or interacting with or assisting students in any capacity (including participation in the Watch DOGS Program and Career Day presentations). This individual is required to complete and submit the Volunteer Application annually.