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Who are Watch DOGS? Fathers, grandfathers, step-fathers, uncles, and other father figures who volunteer at least one day a year that are willing to make a positive impact in the lives of our Crescent Family. We will have our Watch Dog rally Tuesday, September 19th 6:00-7:30pm. Please join us as we welcome Thurl Bailey.

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Thurl inspires others to win while working with youth in basketball camps and in  his involvement in the corporate world. He is recognized as a master storyteller, accomplished speaker, NBA basketball legend, singer, and songwriter. His courtesy, integrity, and strong sense of community have led to numerous civic

awards and earned him the nickname “NBA’s Mr. Nice Guy.”

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We want to thank all of the scouts, families and buisnesses that participated in this great act of kindness and service!

When Cub Scout Pack 4433 was looking for a service project we thought of the children in our community and what would benefit them.  Crescent Elementary had a map of America on their playground that was faded pretty badly so we decided to get it refreshed before school started.  Sherwin-Williams generously donated all the paint when we told them what it was for.  Our Cubmaster went early to clean the area and paint the outline of each of the states.  The next morning the Cub Scouts, along with their parents and Scout Leaders, happily painted to music and even brushed up on our geography.  14 people, 1.5 gallons of paint, way too many sponge brushes and 20 man hours later it was finished.  The kids were excited to go back to school and show their friends which states they painted.  We hope that all the children at Crescent will be excited to see the new map and take pride in their school and enjoy it for many years to come.  As Scouts we promise to try and help other people.  Even though we are a small Pack, we are mighty in heart!  Service isn't just for Scouts and it doesn't have to be big - it can be as simple as smiling at someone, holding a door open, mowing a friend's lawn or sprucing up an area in your community.  We can all make the world a better place - one idea at a time.  Just follow the Cub Scout motto: "Do Your Best"Pack service project paintingFullSizeRender

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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.

Volunteer Application

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.

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