Students In Canyons School District Return To Class
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah – Students in the Canyons School District – the fifth largest district in Utah – are now back in class after five months.
More than 33,000 kids are heading back to class after Gov. Gary Herbert put the soft closure in place in March.
District officials said students will be returning to school with new social distancing guidelines and masks – as well as fewer people in the buildings due to approximately 20% of those students opting to learn remotely.
Extra attention is also being paid to cleaning efforts in buildings and on buses.
In addition to the Canyons School District, students in Jordan, Daggett, Granite, Rich County and San Juan districts are returning to school Monday as well.
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