Kelsey Tew

Willow Canyon


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Willow Canyon Wildcats

Congratulations to Kelsey Tew - Willow Canyons' Teacher of the Year! 

Willow Canyon Teachers are AMAZING!  We want to express our gratitude for all they are doing now and through the end of the school year!

Thank you PTA for a great teacher appreciation week.

Congratulations to fifth grade student Jordan Robinson. He was the only fifth grade student to win for Canyons District in the Science Fair at the State level! 

Kindergarten Orientation is April 30th at 8:45 am. If you haven't decided on a kindergarten program yet, you are welcome to attend and learn more about Willow Canyon. Registration for kindergarten students is now open for the 2014-2015 school year. Willow Canyon kindergarten teachers are amazing and our program is academically strong and developmentally appropriate. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us at 801-826-9625.

Spring Break is the week of April 14th thorough the 18th, school is not in session.

Welcome Wildcats!  

Dear Parents and Guardians:

We are looking forward to another great school year at Willow Canyon. We are dedicated to ensuring your child has a positive and successful learning experience.  The support you provide is greatly valued and makes a difference for your children.
Our theme for the year is I Can Follow the Wildcat Way to Success.” Our primary goal is to understand and meet student needs for learning.  Willow Canyon offers a multi-tiered system of supports involving enrichment activities to extend student learning strengths, and focused interventions to support specific learning needs.  We provide positive behavior interventions and supports and teach your child how to manage his or her own behavior during the school day.  Willow Canyon teachers are knowledgeable, dedicated, talented, and maintain high achievement expectations for all students.  We want every student to be successful.

We are focused on meeting Canyons School District’s goal of every student being college, career, and citizenship ready when they graduate from high school. Elementary school provides the important foundation required for students to meet this goal.

The Willow Canyon community is wonderful!  We feel fortunate to have the support that is provided from the families and also the PTA and School Community Council. We value the partnership we have with each of you, as well as our shared goal of every child feeling valued and being successful.

We look forward to a great school year!

Marilyn Williams

Wildcats Follow the Wildcat Way to Success by demonstrating they know the school expectations of being safe, respectful, and responsible!

Wildcats are responsible.  Our definition of being responsible is that a responsible person is dependable. If you are responsible, your teachers and parents can count on you to; 1) do what you say, 2) give your best effort, and 3) take care of the things you are accountable for doing. A responsible person is also able to independently make good choices.  If they make a mistake, they answer for their own behavior - they don't make excuses.

Wildcats are safe.  We behave in ways that keep us safe and those around us from being harmed. 

Wildcats are respectful.  Being respectful means treating others in a thoughtful and kind way.  It means we treat others the way we would like to be treated.

 Wildcat News

Link to the Choir Program

Link to Orchestra Program

Our Willow Canyon Family Members Serving in the Military:

Sergeant Daniel Swinyard – Mrs. Swinyard’s son

Kristyn Miyake – Mrs. Miyake’s daughter

Staff Sergeant Allan Clark – Mrs. Pederson’s son-in-law

Captain Beck – Mrs. Hardy-Smith’s son-in-law

Michael Watts – Mrs. Watts’ son

 Thank you Willow Canyon families for the great support during the fundraiser.  We have ordered our Chrome Book lab!

Thank you once again for being such an amazing and generous community! Families donated $772 over the past two weeks to Quarters for Christmas.  We are excited to make this donation and help families in the area who need assistance. 

The Willow Canyon Student Council organized a service project for the Utah Food Bank called Trick or Treat for Cans. The goal was to gather 1,500 pounds in canned goods. We exceeded our goal, 1,800 pounds was donated. Thank you Willow Canyon Families for being so generous and helping us not only meet but exceed our goal!

Important Dates

April 1st - The Willow Canyon Spring Choir begins at 7:30 am in the Wildcat room.  Carrie Wrigley is the choir director.  Practices are on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:30 am in the Wildcat room.  There will be a combined Choir and Orchestra Spring Concert on May 28th at 7:00 pm.   


 School Community Council Meeting Dates

October 23, 2013

December 5, 2013 at 6:00 pm

January 30, 2014 at 6:00 pm

February 27, 2014 at 6:00 pm