Great Job State Track!
Attention Graduates and Parents
Here is some information about the CVHS graduation ceremony, and some critical
information for the graduates about the process.
The ceremony will be at the SUU football stadium at 1 pm on Monday, May 24th.
There are no assigned seats or limits on the number of guests per students. SUU is
a “Mask Friendly” entity, meaning you are free to wear or to not wear a mask. The
ceremony will be live streamed for those who prefer to participate from home—
www.suu.edu/sutvlive. We are ecstatic to be able to have a live ceremony, and
thankful to SUU for hosting us. SUU requests that NO gum, candy, or sunflower
seeds be brought into the stadium. Please help us express our thanks by honoring
Parker Grimes, a professional photographer, will be taking a picture of each
graduate as they come through the CV on stage. Parents and students will be able
to get that picture from pagrimes.com at no cost. No parents will be allowed on
the field at any time before, during or after the ceremony to take pictures on the
stage. The CV will be set up this week May 17-21 in the front lobby at CVHS for
graduates get pictures.
Graduation practice will begin at 7:30am at the SUU football field on Monday
May 24, 2021, do not be late. If you are not at practice, you will not be walking in
the graduation ceremony that afternoon. Be sure that you have completed your
check out on Friday May 21, or you will not be able to participate.
High heeled shoes are not allowed on the field or track. If you are wearing them,
we will have you remove them and carry them. You cannot decorate the tops of
your caps, anyone who does will have to leave their cap with one of the faculty and
pick it up after the ceremony.
We will collect your gowns from you after the graduation ceremony when you
come to pick up your diploma. You cannot get your diploma if you do not turn in
a gown. Please be sure that you get all your pictures taken before you come to get
your diploma. Return gowns and pick up diplomas in the AFEC (Centrum)
Room 227 right after the ceremony.
Congratulations CV Water Polo!
Girls Placed 3rd at State
Canyon View Paper Cranes
Address to Governor Cox by Ian Jensen
As the Student Government officers from CVHS, we are honored to be here with you today as we represent our entire student body, the Canyon View Falcons.
An ancient Japanese legend affirms that if one folds 1000 paper cranes, the gods grant a wish. Governor Cox, the students at Canyon View High School have folded 1000 origami cranes for you. We offer these cranes as our “wish” of prosperity to you, the 18th Governor of Utah.
Governor, each of these paper cranes is unique. They differ in size, color and style – indicative of the hands that folded them. We are but a sampling of the students you serve daily. Like so many other youth throughout the state of Utah, we have experienced first hand the uncertainty which has literally rocked our world this past year.
As such, our offering of the paper cranes symbolizes much more. The Japanese myth stretches beyond a wish- it grants healing, and symbolizes peace. To you, we offer them as a symbol and a wish by our students to end this YEAR. A year we have all endured- a year of racial injustice, economic uncertainty, remote learning, natural disasters, mental health crises- all the effects of the global pandemic, COVID-19. A pandemic which has claimed 3,121,067 lives worldwide.
As Falcons, we look forward to the future, not wanting our past to define us nor our differences to divide us. But instead may we let this time unite us as we look back at what we have done, in spite of these difficulties.
Best of luck to you Governor Cox and thank you for all you do for the students of Utah. And in case you don’t have enough masks, here is a CVHS falcon mask.
Remember, your cranes were folded by Falcons, Thank you!
Great Job At State Theatre!
Regional Sterling Scholar Competition
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