DRAPER — In the final days of Corner Canyon High School's first year of operations, a few pieces of history were sealed in a time capsule.
Principal Mary Bailey led student groups, employees and the crew that helped build the school in a heartfelt ceremony to place mementos of the first-year into the capsule. The placement officially completes the construction of the school.
Student groups placed items from their organizations and sports teams. Items included a face mask, kneepad, a signed volleyball and a softball. Students also put in photos of the first elected boards, a written history of the school, a T-shirt, an inaugural pin, a first-edition yearbook and first-edition literary magazine.
Canyons Board of Education President Sherril Taylor, as well as Canyons Interim Superintendent Ginger Rhode and Utah Rep. Greg Hughes, R-Draper, gave letters to be placed in the time capsule. There is no set date for the opening of the time capsule.
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