Daniels Canyon Elementary

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  • Summer Spanish DLI Bridge Program (students entering grades K-4, available online June 1st to July 8th)

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    To access the course: https://www.wasatch.edu/Page/9703

     
    Summer Spanish Digital Bridge Program (students entering grades 6-8, available online June 1st to July 3rd)

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    El programa virtual en español durante el verano (para los estudiantes entrando en los grados K-4, disponible en línea desde el 1 de junio hasta el 8 de julio)

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    Para acceder el curso: https://www.wasatch.edu/Page/9703

     
    Curso De Verano Digital en Español (para estudiantes entrando de 6 a 8 grado, del 1 de junio a 3 de julio, totalmente en línea)

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  • Ms. Lloyd's Pack Message

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  • Pick Up/Drop Off Information

     

    Drop Off should occur

    curbside in the Drop Off Zone

     

    Single rider pick up will

    move to the bus zone after

    the exit of the buses. 

    Bike Racks

     

    Dismissal Schedule

     3:20 Bus and Bike

     Students Dismissed

     

     3:25 Walkers Dismissed/

    Car Pool Report to Gym

     

    3:30 Car Pickup Begins

     

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  • Bell Schedule for the 2018-2019 School Year

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    Daniels Canyon Elementary Bell Schedule

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  • Principal David McNaughtan 

    Principal Dave McNaughtanDave McNaughtan lived throughout the U.S. as a military kid before graduating from Clearfield High School in Davis County, but considers Heber his hometown, as he’s lived in the Valley for more than 30 years and grew-up working his family’s farm here in the summers. He received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in Math from the University of Utah, a Master’s of Education on the Diverse Learner and holds an Administrative Certificate. Mr. McNaughtan has spent 23 years in education, with nine years in the Park City School District as an Assistant Principal and Principal, though the bulk of his career has been with Wasatch, initially as a Math/Social Studies Teacher at Wasatch Alternative High School, and ultimately as Prinicpal of Timpanogos Intermediate School before opening Timpanogos Middle School as Principal. He lives in Heber with his wife of 28 years, Julie Olson, and has five children, three boys and two girls, plus one beautiful granddaughter.  When considering what makes him proud to part of Wasatch, he says, “I consider myself to be a ‘Lifer in Wasatch County and I love this school district. It has fantastic teachers, administrators and the best students and families in the country. When I hear we, ‘Expect to Excel’ in Wasatch County schools, I believe it and I want to be part of that excellence.”

    Mr. McNaughtan’s Educational Philosophy:
    I believe that teachers are the driving force of excellence in education. If we can support our teachers on the front line, then our students will achieve excellence. All students can learn, and we want all students to learn at high levels and have the doors open to all possibilities.

    Dave McNaughtan
    David.McNaughtan@wasatch.edu
    435-654-6900
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