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Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent-Teacher Conference 

Wednesday, February 17

3:30 – 5:00: By Appointment Only          5:00 – 6:30 All Welcome

Dear SCHS Parents, 


We look forward to hosting the 2nd Semester Parent-Teacher Conferences. 


SCHS parent/teacher conferences will have a different format this year. For the first hour and a half, our teachers will be setting appointments with parents. The following hour and a half will be for drop-in visits. All teachers will remain in their own rooms. We ask that if a teacher did not set an appointment with you, please not arrive at the school until 5:00 p.m.

Some teachers may have some health concerns and may choose to hold appointments virtually. If this is the case, you will receive an email from that particular teacher. 


Please help us keep everyone safe by avoiding coming into the building if experiencing symptoms or feeling sick. If you have been tested and waiting for the results, please do not attend in person and make other arrangements with the teacher. We ask that only parents and the student attend PTC.

Anyone who wishes to come into the building must wear a mask. 


If you have concerns about attending in person, please contact the teacher for an appointment by phone or Google Meet. You may find the email address on our website


Thank you for your cooperation and patience as we continue to navigate through this unique experience. 




Kim Monkres- Principal

Kyle Campbell- Asst. Principal

Conley Gali- Asst. Principal

Trust Land Distributions

Funding Report For Snow Canyon High

2014-2015     $  68,532.00
2015-2016     $  79,551.00
2016-2017     $  87,219.00
2017-2018     $106,434.00
2018-2019     $121,679.00
2019-2020     $136,553.00
2020-2021     $177,524.00

2021-2022     Estimated TBD

Blood Drive

Dear Warrior Family,

We are happy to be able to host a Red Cross Blood Drive on Jan 27th. There is a higher than normal need for blood during this pandemic. We will be offering COVID-19 antibody testing at this drive. Hosting a Blood Drive is  a safe way to make difference for those in need during this pandemic. Below are some of the precautions being taken to keep everyone safe and healthy during the Blood Drive. If you are healthy, not in a high risk category and would like to donate please follow the guidelines below and sign up online.

  • Basic Face Masks at Blood Drives. In accordance with updated CDC guidelines, donors will be asked to wear face masks at blood drive.
  • Temperatures will be taken before entering the small gym.

  • Scheduled Appointments. To help manage donor flow and social distancing at blood drivesonline appointments are required. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
  • All students must bring a signed parent permission form.

  • No Guests at Blood Drives.

  • Blood Drive Location will be in the small gym





Warrior Weekly Video Announcements




 TODAY IS CAMOUFLAGE DAY and we will have the drawing for the cowboy hat & Dutch oven!!!

TONIGHT boys basketball has their second round of playoffs at HOME! Tickets are VERY limited, so you MUST come to the media center and sign your name up for tickets!

The debate team is having their region tournament today and Saturday at Hurricane High School. Wish them luck!
Hey Warriors! Today is the last day the Canyons Magazine Staff is selling vinyl stickers during lunch in the commons! They will be 50 cents each so stop by and pick up some cool designs from your favorite shows!
Hungry for some pizza but don’t wanna go out? Come buy some of Broc’s pizza in the commons at lunch! It’s $1.50 a slice. Cash or Venmo are accepted!
Calling all writers and artists! Email your work to the SCHS Canyons Literary Magazine at for the chance to be published. Our theme this year is “Broken Crayons Still Color”. We are looking for any original poetry, fiction, non-fiction, photography, and artwork.  The deadline is March 5th.
Go to Hugo’s pancakes and waffles for lunch TODAY! Located in the commons, they have a special cinnamon roll waffle that is absolutely delicious, for only $1! For every $1 spent, you will get a raffle ticket that will be drawn on Friday for a gift card! You don’t want to miss out on this waffle-tastic opportunity!



TO ESTABLISH a collaborative learning community in which students acquire the essential knowledge, skills, and character to become independent life-long learners and contributors to their world community.
Desired Results for Student Learning

A CRITICAL THINKER, capable of applying academic skills toward becoming a life-long learner and problem-solver.
A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE PERSON who demonstrates absolute accountability and integrity.
AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATOR who actively listens, respects and appreciates the diversity of others, and expresses thoughts and ideas with clarity and purpose.
A PRODUCTIVE CITIZEN who demonstrates a strong work ethic, effectively adapting to an evolving global workplace.

2020 – 2021 THEME

Stronger Together


(See Video Below)

Hello warriors, and welcome to the school year of 2020-2021! This school year we will be making history. And this year we will overcome many of the challenges that live, or COVID19 may throw at us. As many of you may already know, our theme for the school year of 2020-2021 will be stronger together. The definition of stronger is to be able to withstand great amounts of force or pressure and to be together is to be United. This theme is quite appropriate for the times that we are living in currently, as we have experienced great forces and much pressure. But we are back together and united again after being apart for 6 months. And now that we are together again, we are stronger than before. And although we were strong by ourselves, we are much stronger when we are together. Our ideas are better, we can accomplish more, and perform better when we are together. When we are together we can live, not just survive. And in the year or 2021, we live by choice, not by chance. Being stronger together means we support each other and we push not just for our own success, but the success of others as well. We are stronger together when we care for each other, and love as a warrior family. We have been strengthened through the troubles that we have dealt with, and we have come back, stronger then ever, and willing to do what it takes to succeed.

– Student Body President Jacob Moody

Contact Us

1385 Warrior Way
Saint George, Utah 84770
T: 435-634-1967
F: 435-634-1130

TO ESTABLISH a collaborative learning community in which students acquire the essential knowledge, skills, and character to become independent life-long learners and contributors to their world community

Snow Canyon High School

Warrior Nation

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