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It’s school library month! Check out these late-fee-free facts about Canyons District libraries.

Do you know how many libraries are located within the Canyons School District? Do you know how many items — books, textbooks, resources, equipment and other materials — are in those libraries? And how about this one: Without the help of your favorite search engine, name the author who said, “I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.”

Would it help if we gave a hint that the author was from Argentina?

If you answered one or more of those questions in the affirmative, congrats! You’re either a certified librarian or a certifiable bookworm. You’re probably even aware that April is School Library Month.

If you scratched your head and couldn’t answer the questions, don’t worry. Most of the rest of us couldn’t, either. But you’re in a good place — even better if you’re reading this from a library — to find answers to those questions and a several other interesting tidbits about libraries.

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High School Musical Jr.

Draper Park Middle School Presents

High School Musical Jr

April 28th– “Wild” Cast

April 29th – “Cats” Cast

April 30th – “Wild” Cast

May 1st – “Cats” Cast

Performances begin at 6:30 pm.  Doors open at 6:00 pm

We will hold 4 performances.  Each cast will perform twice.

Due to COVID restrictions there will be limited seating.  All attendees will be required to wear a mask and observe social distancing.  Reserved ticket sales will be online only.  No ticket sales at the door and no food or drink is allowed in the auditorium.

$5.00 per ticket (tickets will be sold in groups to accommodate social distancing)

Visit buyyourtix.com for more information

Volunteers Needed to Help Us Finish the School Year Strong

It’s time to spring into volunteering! With vaccination rates picking up, and the expanding availability of rapid COVID-19 testing, we are now able to safely welcome parents, grandparents, and other helpers back into our classrooms — and it couldn’t happen at a more opportune time.

As we look to finish the year strong, and make the most out of the last few months of instructional time, our teachers could use the extra hands and our students could use the extra encouragement.

“We’re at that point where, by taking the right precautions, it’s safe. And the help is needed,” said Canyons Superintendent Dr. Rick Robins. “One of the great strengths of Canyons District has been having parents and volunteers in our buildings working with our students, and I’m absolutely thrilled to be welcoming them back.”

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