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2020-2021 Teacher of the Year

Ms. Wolf is motivated to help her students learn.  She incorporates technology into daily learning and challenges her students to do their best in all areas and all levels, wherever they may be. She also makes school fun and  goes above and beyond for each child.  Ms. Wolfe is professional, respectful, and kind to the staff, parents, and students.  Her communication skills are excellent.

For these reasons and many others, we proudly present Ms. Wolfe as Bella Vista’s 20-21 Teacher of the Year!!!l

2020 – 2021 Staff Members of the Year


Mrs. Storrs & Mrs. Brog  help keep the office moving with all their different responsibilities.  They take care of sick students, manage student records, keep track of the computers and equipment in the building, answer the phone and help parents, as well as other unplanned things that pop up everyday. 


Both of these ladies are always kind, calm, and professional in whatever situation comes up.  They love the students here at Bella Vista.  We proudly present them as the 20-21 Staff Employees of the Year!!

Volunteers Needed to Help Us Finish the School Year Strong

It’s time to spring into volunteering! With vaccination rates picking up, and the expanding availability of rapid COVID-19 testing, we are now able to safely welcome parents, grandparents, and other helpers back into our classrooms — and it couldn’t happen at a more opportune time.

As we look to finish the year strong, and make the most out of the last few months of instructional time, our teachers could use the extra hands and our students could use the extra encouragement.

“We’re at that point where, by taking the right precautions, it’s safe. And the help is needed,” said Canyons Superintendent Dr. Rick Robins. “One of the great strengths of Canyons District has been having parents and volunteers in our buildings working with our students, and I’m absolutely thrilled to be welcoming them back.”

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