Tuesday Eagle Mountain

Tuesday Eagle Mountain 

9:00 am – 3:15 pm

Gotta Dance, 4038 North Ira Hodges Scenic Parkway, Eagle Mountain, Utah 84005

Our multi-aged classes have a maximum of 18 students.  The themed lessons are History-based and include Stem, Social Studies, Art and Literature studies.  We focus on project-based, interactive and engaging lessons that promote critical thinking and discussion.  Science is also a part of our Epic days.  We cover the majority of the science standards needed with hands-on fun.  More info

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Education Specialist

Hey there! I am Leanna Narteh, and this is my first year working as an Educational Specialist. I have been teaching in various capacities for over 5 years and I am so excited to be working with the parents and students at Canyon Grove Academy. My favorite subjects to teach are math and science, my favorite subjects to learn are language arts and social studies.

My husband and I recently bought a home in West Jordan where we are raising our two daughters. My favorite pastimes include hiking, backpacking, gardening, swimming, reading, and spending time with my family. Something funny about me is that a horse is my preferred mode of transportation. One thing I have on my bucket list is to hike Mount Kilimanjaro. And a fun fact about me is that I love rock climbing and repelling, but I am TERRIFIED of heights.

Leanna Narteh


Epic Day Assistant

Epic Teacher Aide – Aspen

My name is Denya Crockett, but you can call me Miss Denya.  I grew-up in Payson, Utah. I have wanted to be a teacher ever since I was a little girl.  In preschool I remember my mom being called by the teacher because I was not sharing in the playhouse.  We were playing school so naturally I was the teacher.

I attended Southern Utah University and graduated with my degree in

Elementary Education with a specialty in Child Development.  After that, my husband went on adventures with the Army so i stayed home with our six kids.  My children are almost all grown-up, so this gives me the opportunity to be back in the classroom teaching.   

As Nelson Mandella said, “ Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”.  Children are our future. Distance Ed is such a remarkable program to be part of. Parent, teacher and child all working together.  

Denya Crockett

Epic Teacher Aide – Birch

Clarissa Morris is from Arizona. She loves reading, hiking, and learning. She is studying Elementary Education.

Clarissa Morris

Epic Teacher Aide – Cedar

Epic Teacher Aide – Oak

Discovery Day: Wednesday

9:00am – 11:30am

Parent transportation: 8:50am drop-off, pick-up 11:30am (unless otherwise explained in the sign up).

Bus: drop-off 8:05am, pick-up 12pm

“Any students who are not picked up within 15 minutes after the bus arrives will ride the bus back to the school and wait in the front office to be picked up there.”

Discovery Day T-shirts can be purchased at the front office.  They are $5.25 each and are required for all students and volunteers attending Discovery Day activities.

Signups for Discovery Day are posted prior to each session.

Please note that bus pick up/drop-off sites are not at the Epic day location. Each session sign-up will contain details for timing of drop-off and pick-up. If you miss the bus you are responsible for your student’s transportation. DO NOT stop the bus if it is pulling out and you are late. If the bus is moving you have missed it and need to transport your students to the location. If they miss the bus one direction they can still ride the bus back.   More info

Lehi/Eagle Mountain: 300 W and about 160 S,  Lehi.

The address of the church we are meeting behind (west of) is: 220 W. 200 S.