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Orange to Yellow status--What does this mean for schools?

On May 14, 2020, the Governor announced Utah would be moving from Orange to Yellow status. We are grateful our State leaders and health officials are seeing a measured positive impact of our efforts to stay safe. We are proud of our community and how Tooele County has embraced best practices in the recommendations set forth by our health department. This is a testament to our ability to work together as committed citizens of Utah. (To continue reading please click on the title)
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Board of Education meeting, May 12, 2020

Join us for the Board of Education meeting Tuesday, May 12 at 7 p.m. A recording of this meeting can be found on the school district website under the Board of Education tab. It will also be aired live on the district's Facebook site at
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School Dismissal- New Updates for May 8, 2020

Governor Gary R. Herbert has declared May 2020 as Utah Resilience Month. This week is also Teacher Appreciation Week. We want to thank everyone who showed their support and appreciation for our educators! Today's update includes information for graduating seniors about their Adobe, Google, and Office 365 accounts. Also included is information about the upcoming fireworks show for graduation, and thank you to our teacher union for their latest contributions to our community. (For more information, please click the title)
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School Dismissal - New Updates for April 30, 2020

Effective May 1, 2020, TCSD and Tooele County will be moving from the “Red to Orange” phase per the Governor’s announcement and the Tooele County Health Department. Today's topics include opening tennis courts and tracks to the public, May 1st announcement for graduation ceremonies, Annual Retirement Dinner, School Lunch Hero Day, Teacher Appreciation Week, a reminder that assignments are due May 15 and the last day of school is May 21. (Please click on the title for more information)
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School Dismissal - New Updates April 16, 2020

Governor Herbert announced Tuesday that school dismissal will extend through the rest of the school year. The decision to continue with school dismissal was done throughout the state so schools can retain funding. The last day of school for Tooele County School District is May 21, 2020. There will be no additional work assigned after May 21. However, the state has defined the “end of the school year” as June 30, 2020, and not the last day of school. That means that group activities and locations will remain canceled/closed through June 30, 2020. More information will be forthcoming on restriction changes for July 1, 2020, and beyond.
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School Dismissal Extended

Today, Governor Herbert announced school dismissal will be extended to the end of the school year. We know there are still many unanswered questions & we will provide info as soon as it becomes available. Thanks for your patience & support during this unprecedented time.
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Board of Education Meeting, April 14 at 7 p.m.

The Board of Education Meeting will be held virtually April 14. The public session begins at 7 p.m. and will be aired live on the Tooele County School District Facebook page. To submit public comments, please email the Board President, Maresa Manzione at before the meeting begins.
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School Dismissal- New Updates, April 3, 2020

A reminder that Spring Break is April 6-10. All schools and District offices will be closed. There will be no services available during this time. There will also be no online work or learning packets assigned for the week of Spring Break. Today's updates include make-up ACTs, extended deadline for DLI Registration, new pick-up procedures for grab-and-go meals, a request for face-mask donations, access to the SORA app, a letter to 12th-graders, and the Board of Education meeting scheduled for April 14, 2020. (For full details, click on the title)
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