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The great Utah shakeout

At 10:15 a.m. on April 19, 2018, hundreds of thousands of Utahns will “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” in The Great Utah ShakeOut, the state's largest earthquake drill ever! Tooele County School District students will participate in the earthquake drill to practice "Drop, Cover, and Hold on."
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SafeUT app used to help kids in crisis can now be used to report acts of kindness

By Jed Boal, KSL TV
The SafeUT app was designed to help kids deal with crises in their lives at home and at school.
Students have been able to use the app to confidentially report bullying, a potential attacker at their school or a fellow student who is thinking about hurting themselves. They can submit tips or reach a counselor 24/7.
Now, students can also use the SafeUT app to report acts of kindness.
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OPIOID MISUSE AND ABUSE PREVENTION NIGHT

Join us to help prevent opioid misuse and strengthen our community. More people die from drug overdose deaths each year than gun related deaths and car accidents. DATE: THURSDAY, APRIL 5
TIME: DINNER FROM 6:00 PM  6:30 PM
GATHERING FROM 6:30 PM  7:30 PM
LOCATION: CLARKE N JOHNSEN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
2152 NORTH 400 WEST
TOOELE, UT 84047
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GHS student receives award for National Literary Competition

Eleventh-grade Grantsville High Student, Zane Rhyne, was presented with the National Literary Competition award from Gallaudet University. This is the second year Zane has entered the contest and won.

The competition called for a short story of 1,500 words or less submitted by a student who is deaf or hard of hearing. Gallaudet University is known for being the world's only university designed to be barrier-free for deaf and hard of hearing students.

Part of the award includes the choice between a trip to Washington D.C. or a scholarship towards his college tuition. Zane will also be able to attend a week-long American Sign Language or science camp at Galludet University this summer.
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Safe drinking water in Tooele County Schools

Children spend a significant part of their day at school. Because of this, the faucets that provide water used for consumption, including drinking fountains, and sinks used for cooking breakfast and lunch have been tested for lead in all the schools within Tooele County School District.

Last week, the test results came back with a clean bill of health. All the schools have safe drinking water according to the guidelines established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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The Choking Game

The school district received a tip that students are playing the “choking game." We are very concerned about this activity and ask that parents talk with their children about the hazards of participating in this type of "game." We want to keep all our students safe from harm and this game poses a risk to their well being. If you would like more information, please contact the district office Safe Schools department or your school’s administration.
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