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Recent legislation changes Covid protocols

House Bill 183 In person learning amendments, received final approval from lawmakers Monday, January 24, and is waiting for signature from Governor Spencer Cox. This will create changes for the Covid protocols Tooele County School District currently follows.

Jan. 27, 2022 Board of Education Work Session

The work session will begin at 7 p.m. to discuss the superintendent search timeline, (A work session is intended to provide opportunities for board members to study issues in depth, gather and analyze information, and clarify situations and potential solutions. The Board will not make decisions or take any action during a work session. While open to the public, these sessions are more informal than the regular board meeting.)

Board of Education Meeting - Jan. 18, 2022

Join us for a Board of Education Meeting on Tuesday, January 18, at 6 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the Board Room at the District Office located at 92 S. Lodestone Way in Tooele. It will also be streamed on YouTube.

7-12 grade classes move online January 18

Out of an abundance of caution, all 7th-12th grade schools, except for Dugway School, will have an online school day, Tuesday, January 18. In-person classes will resume Wednesday, January 19. By doing this now we will be able to address the high number of COVID cases we are seeing in our secondary schools while limiting the number of days we are out of class.

Superintendent's Updates - Jan. 11, 2022

Interim Superintendent Dr. Mark Ernst provides his bi-monthly update -- This week he talks about what happens when there are a large number of employees out due to COVID-19 and what the process is for finding someone to fill-in during their absence. He also encourages parents to volunteer in their child's school.

Viral Social Media Challenge Creates Potential Threat To Schools

We have been made aware of another nation-wide trend, where students post a threat regarding gun violence in schools on social media. We believe it originated with TikTok, but it has been seen on Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook as well. Specifically, the viral threat focuses on a shooting at a school on Friday, December 17. (To continue reading, click on the title)
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