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School Goals

SCHS GOALS FOR 2023-2024
Warrior 24 /7 

  1. Have a positive interaction with each student in my class every day.
  2. Have 20+ interactions with students during each class períod.
  3. Have at least a 3:1 ratio of positive to corrective interactions with students each class period.
  4. Provide 20+ opportunities for students to respond each class period.
  5. Choose at least 1 new active engagement strategy to use in class each quarter of the school year.
  6. Improve student Reading scores on ASPIRE and ACT.

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Theme 2023 – 2024

(See video below)

Good morning snow canyon!

I hope you have all been enjoying the assembly so far. A huge shoutout to our amazing Student Council for pulling off this incredible assembly! Their efforts don’t go unnoticed. Thank you guys for creating this wonderful experience..

 they’re seriously here to make our school life epic. Whether you’re dealing with problems, got ideas for cool stuff, or just need someone to talk to, these guys are on it. They’re the ones planning those fun events, standing up for what we need, and basically making our voices heard. So if you ever spot them around campus, know that they’re like our go-to crew for making our time here way more awesome. 

And another huge shout out to our techies. They are behind the scenes for this whole thing

I am Caden Morris and I am your student body president. I am so thrilled to have the opportunity to work with you as a student body and with our amazing admin. Stepping into the role as a student body president is both hard and exhilarating, but I am both prepared and determined to put in the effort to make this school year unforgettable. 

With the role of student body president I have been given the opportunity to introduce and talk about our year’s theme, Warrior 24/7. 

I believe that snow canyon sits on top when compared to the other schools. Well obviously, we’re on top because you have me as your student body president. We also have the most spirit, the most astounding administration and faculty that care about our students, a student body that pushes each other inside and out of school. We show that we are warriors by living up to these standards. Every person represents our school and our actions will impact how people view our school. To be a warrior 24/7 you are putting in effort and holding yourself to a higher standard to be an outstanding person in our community. This empowering theme ignites the fire within each of us to face life’s challenges with unwavering courage and determination, all day, every day. Just like a warrior embraces strength, resilience, and a never-give-up attitude, we’re called to approach our studies, relationships, and personal growth with the same fearless spirit.

 Our theme 24/7 challenges each of us to consistently embody the qualities we wish to see in the world, not just within the confines of our school, but every moment of our lives. I challenge you all to be a warrior 24 hours 7 days a week.  Now let’s have the best year yet. Let us make our siblings and parents jealous of our high school experience. Warriors, let’s ride. 

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Exec Leadership Conf.

This is the info for our leadership camp up in Logan on June 4th – June 8th. We will be leaving after 12pm on the 4th and will be home around 3pm on the 8th. Enter your info into the info sheet and go to the Waiver site with your parents before May 1st.

Our group color will be Green.

We will be taking school pictures right after you check in – between 9:30AM and 11:00AM.  Please make sure you’re  in our school colors. 

·         Your lip sync/dance battle song will be “Drive it like you stole it” – Sing Street (From Sing Street). The songs are all tied into the Hollywood theme and the movie it is from is listed in parentheses.

1.       Every member of the student council must participate in some way in the dance.
2.       The dance must be no longer than 1 minute, 30 seconds.
3.       No gang signs.
4.       No swear words, references to drugs, alcohol, or sex whatsoever.
5.       You can feature props/costumes etc. All costumes must have shirt and pants. All outfits or props must be deemed appropriate.
6.       No glitter and no confetti cannons.
7.       No sexually suggestive or inappropriate moves – You’d be okay doing this in front of a lot of grandparents 
8.       Have fun!

Any violations to these rules may result in disqualification from the dance battle!

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New Head Basketball Coach

New Head basketball coach for the Warriors – Ryan Ball

Ryan Ball 

Ryan grew up in Meridian, Idaho where he played, coached, refed, and studied basketball all the way through high school.  After high school, he went on a 2-year LDS mission to India and the Philippines.  Upon returning from his mission, he attended BYU where he got his undergrad degree in Statistics while also doing some sports analytics for the BYU Men’s Basketball team.  He then began his professional career in Data and Analytics and also completed his graduate degree through Grand Canyon University in Business Analytics.  He continues to work in the field of data as his day job.

Ryan began coaching his senior season after his playing career finished.  He coached his high school’s freshman AAU team and loved it so much he had to continue coaching after his mission.  He started coaching in the club scene for a club that his good friend ran.  He then discovered who would be his mentor, Anita Rowland, at Utah Premier under the Colorado Premier Club run at the time by Keith Van Horn.  After just one summer of coaching two high school age teams for Utah Premier, he was asked to become the Director of the Boys Basketball program for Utah Premier, and he did that for two years coaching multiple teams ages 11-18.  In 2022-23, Ryan joined the Stansbury High School Boys’ Basketball staff in a player development and assistant coaching role.  

He now is very proud to be a Warrior!

Please join us in welcoming Ryan, his wife Cheyenne, and his son, Trai to The Warrior Family! 

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ACT 2023

Dear Snow Canyon High School Students and Parents, 

Snow Canyon High School will be administering the ACT test for all JUNIORS during the school day on  Thursday, March 23, 2023. This year the test is online. Testing room assignments will be posted outside of the counseling center 2 days prior to the test.


Thursday, March 23, 2023 

For all JUNIORS 

Time: 8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Arrive at 7:45 a.m. to find the assigned testing room

Sophomores and Seniors may not be in the building where the ACT is being administered.

Please remind your student to be prepared with the following:

  1. A photo ID
  2. A  calculator (there will be one online for them to use during testing as well), 
  3. A mouse for the Chromebook they will be using (if they want to use one)
    4. A  #2 pencil for the exam (we will provide scratch paper). Please do not use a mechanical pencil

**A Cell Phone may NOT be used as a calculator. Any Junior that arrives late will NOT be able to take the  ACT test administered by Snow Canyon High School. 

**CELL PHONES or SMART WATCHES are NOT ALLOWED during the testing time, 8:00 am -12:30 pm, even during break time. Students will forfeit their test if these items are seen or heard. (ACT rule)

** Students are not allowed to leave the building at any time until the testing is complete

In order to accommodate the ACT testing for Juniors, Snow Canyon High School will not have regularly scheduled classes. After the ACT is completed students may come to the school for extra teacher help.  Teachers will be available from 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm. 

The following is the schedule for March 23, 2023 

8:15 am – 12:30 pm –ACT Testing (Juniors)

1:30 pm – 3:15 pm –All Students (RTI) 

Buses will run at regular times. Study areas will be provided for the Sophomores and Seniors that arrive at school in the morning. Students may not go to areas of the school where the ACT testing is being administered.

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State wrestling 2023

Snow Canyon Wrestling had 7 State Finalists last weekend!!! 5 Boys and 2 Girls in the State Finals. 

3 were crowned State Champions: Sophomore Kaden Guymon is our state champion in the 120 lb weight class, Senior Brenden Smith at 144 lb, and Senior Vince Threlfall at 215 lb. 

Our Boys team finished in 3rd place! 

10 Total State Placers (8 boys and 2 girls)

Girls Division

Nia Hagler 9th grade 125 lb 2nd place

Payton Graham 9th grade 155 lb 2nd place

Boys Division

Kaden Guymon 10th grade 120 lb 1st place

Max Edwards 12th grade 138 lb 4th place

Brenden Smith 12th grade 144 lb 1st place

Brooks Esplin 12th grade 165 lb 6th place

Phoenix Oliver 12th grade 175 lb 2nd place

Vince Threlfall 12th grade 215 lb 1st place

Beau Miller 12th grade 215 lb 4th place

Tag Gubler 11th grade 285 lb 2nd place

Get Outside

Hey it’s time for the annual ski/snowboarding event with the GetOutside club.  This year we are going to Eagle Point in Beaver!  This event is for beginners to advanced all are welcome. There are two dates-January 28 and February 4th. We are chartering buses so make sure you grab your friends and sign up soon (Limited capacity) Scholarships are available for those who qualify. Sign up on the links below. Ask Mrs. Shockley if you have any questions! 

January 28:
Feb 4:

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 Date                  Location                          Event                                     Time

Dec 3    Sat       Mountain Ridge            Mountain Ridge Invite           TBA

Jan 7    Sat        Canyon View                Southern Regionals                TBA

Jan 25  Wed     Utah Valley Univ           State Finals                             TBA

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Into the Woods

Snow Canyon High School Performing Arts Department is presenting, “Into the Woods”,   November 3-5 and 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the Snow Canyon High School Auditorium.

James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone’s favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece… and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching.

The story follows a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King’s Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a Witch’s curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone’s wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with disastrous results.

We hope that you will come and join us in our adventure through the woods.

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