The Station features multi-media presentations, student participation and inspirational challenges to implement the four aspects of Canyon Pointe's Leave Your MARK. The Station is Monday afternoon.
Students participate in monthly school day activities featuring crafts, movies, food decorating, picnics and storytelling.
Students participate in monthly Friday night activities including Back to School bash, Dances, Movies Nights and Gym Nights at North Pointe.
Sixth Grade Snapshots
Canyon sixth graders spent the day at Sahuaro Ranch where their enjoyed a picnic lunch before posing for their class picture.
Sixth Grade Camp
Sixth Grade Camp is packed with engaging activities and traditional camp experiences. This year's theme is 'The Dark Forest' and campers will be inspired to survive the Zombies by identifying negative thoughts, avoiding destructive decisions and defeating apathetic influences.
February 10th-13th, $50 deposit due December 19th, $50 balance due January 30th.
Students participate each quarter in challenges and competitions focused on one of the 4 A's. Canyon's K-3rd remain on the campus and 4th-6th travel to North Pointe.
Athletics - Fitness Frenzy (1st quarter)
Arts - Arts Explosion (2nd quarter)
Academics - Brain Bee (3rd quarter)
Activities - Field Day (4th quarter)
Canyon Pointe's Community Outreach Program, Canyon Cares, provides the Canyon Pointe family the opportunity to volunteer and donate. Throughout the school year, students and faculty participate in activities designed to support those with health challenges. During the holidays, Canyon Pointe provides assistance to the hurting and less fortunate donating food, toys and supplies.
Canyon families participate in a community block party featuring class booths, bounces and lots of food.
Students are challenged through individual and class competitions to read. The week long event, which includes the annual book fair, concludes with Story Book Character Dress Up Day. Click here for Read-A-Thon Week Information
Health Awareness Week
Students are challenged through individual and class competitions to be healthy. The week long event concludes with a balloon release.
Students learn about other countries as the customs and cultures of various countries are introduced through the academic curriculum. The week long event concludes with families attending the Tour Around The World night which features decorated rooms as well as native foods and entertainment.