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Mask mandate still in place for schools

A bill approved by Utah lawmakers during the 2021 legislative session ends the state’s mask mandate starting April 10. Although the state of Utah will lift the statewide mask mandate, schools in the state are exempt from the legislation. Tooele County School District will continue to follow all previously established health guidelines.

Utah's School Climate Survey

In the Student and School Safety Assessment Bill, (HB120), the State Board of Education was directed to create an anonymous School Climate Survey to be administered to students, parents, teachers, staff, administrators, and school resource officers. We are requesting parents/guardians take a moment to complete the survey for their student's school. Thank you!

ACT for Juniors, No School for 9, 10, 12 Grades

On March 9, there will be no school for students in grades 9, 10, and 12 at Blue Peak High School, Grantsville High School, Stansbury High School, and Tooele High School. Eleventh-grade students will be taking the ACT. Because this is a standardized ACT state testing session, students must have proper identification and will not be allowed to enter testing rooms late, (please be on time). Cell phones will not be allowed. Students are allowed to bring an approved calculator. Testing will be completed around noon. Lunch will be provided after the test. Buses will run on their regular schedule. If a student does not want to wait at the school until the regular bus pick-up time they can make alternate pick-up arrangements, but are not required to do so. If there are any questions, please contact your school.

New tech for Transportation Department

This school year, Tooele County School District’s Transportation Department is testing out a program to help bus drivers ensure students are getting on the correct bus and off at the right stop. (To read more, click on the title)

Tooele County School District’s School Climate Surveys 2021

Tooele County School District is participating in a survey project organized by the Utah State Board of Education focusing on school climate. School climate can be defined as the quality and character of school life. We can improve school climate when we understand the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of members of a school’s community. The feedback we collect from families, students, teachers and staff through these school climate surveys will help us identify specific strengths and weaknesses within each school. This information is essential in our effort to make our schools places where students can learn and where everyone feels safe and welcome. (To learn more about this survey project, click on the title.)

Student Enrollment Questionairre

Tooele County School District is working on enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year. To help with this process, we need to know where your student plans on going next school year. This survey takes only a few minutes. Please repeat for each student enrolled with Tooele County School District. Thank you for your time!

Power Surge

We would like to notify you that there was a vehicle accident on West Vine St. in Tooele around 10 a.m. today, (February 23), where the vehicle hit a transformer pole. This caused multiple schools to experience a power surge, as well as lose power for a short period of time. There was a message sent from Rocky Mountain Power to certain schools to unplug electronic devices. This message was sent as a precaution and all electronics have been re-plugged in. This did not impact the heat, light, or meals served during the school day. Thank you for your understanding as we work through this unforeseen issue. (Impacted schools include: CLC/Blue Peak High, Grantsville Elementary, Northlake Elementary, Settlement Canyon Elementary, Tooele Jr. High, Tooele High, West Elementary, Willow Elementary)
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