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School Facility Safety

-The Superintendent's Corner- In addition to my article a couple of weeks ago, once again I would like to reference school safety and state expectations of local school systems.  Based on correspondence out of the Governor’s Office, please be assured that everyone is working to remedy issues brought forward concerning safety issues in our district.  Locally, we have been getting information on individual school concerns and have addressed these issues during school board meetings and also administrator meetings. The State Board of Education is in the process of reexamining their safety based administrative rules and compliance procedures. State Rule R277-400 requires that each district establish an emergency response plan to prevent and respond to violence on school grounds, in school vehicles, and in connection with school-related activities or events. These plans must include prevention strategies, along with intervention, and response procedures.  I know the sheriff and others in law enforcement…
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The USS Bryce Canyon (AD-36)

-The Superintendent's Corner- I have had several individuals comment to me about the USS Garfield County so I decided to also introduce the USS Bryce Canyon.  The Bryce Canyon, aka. AD-36, belongs to the family of ships known as Destroyer Tenders. She was launched on March 7, 1946. Being a casualty for a successful win in WWII, the Bryce Canyon sat with little activity until the start of the Korean conflict.  Commissioned on Sept 15, 1950, Captain MR Gerin took command and steered the vessel towards the Panama Canal for entry into the Pacific Fleet in San Diego. From San Diego, the Bryce Canyon went to Japan to service ships harbored in the Japanese ports of Yokosuka and Sasebo.  AD-36 arrived in San Diego on November 18, 1951 for a 6-month port tour before heading once more to Pearl Harbor, then back to her home port.  In February 1953, the…
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  • Provide a Positive Learning Environment

  • Support Academic Excellence

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Panguitch Elementary School
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