On Mondays, children 18 and younger will receive breakfast and lunch for Monday and Tuesday. For the Wednesday pick-up they will receive breakfast and lunch for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Board of Education members will meet for a video conference on March 31st for the Board Work Session. The work session can be viewed live on the TCSD Facebook Page.
Public Session begins at 7 p.m. During Public Session, they will discuss the Technology-Rotation plan and cost, competency-based education, and Bond information.
Patrons can also go to Board Docs to view the agenda and review notes from the meeting. Board Docs is located on the TCSD website, www.TooeleSchools.org, under the Board of Education Tab. http://go.boarddocs.com/ut/tooelesd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=BM4NH95FE3EA
In today's update, the topics covered include: Board of Education meeting, updating parent contact information, Spring Break, closure of playgrounds and tracks, reduced building hours for the school and the District office, and early graduation options for applicable 12th-grade students.
It's Friday! As a school district, we have been in a school dismissal for two weeks. Today it was reported that Tooele County has had one additional resident diagnosed with COVID-19 bringing the total to five. Governor Herbert requested all individuals should stay home as much as possible. (For the full update, please click on the title)
The "Daily Updates" have been changed to New Updates and will be shared only when there is new information. According to Tooele County Emergency Management, there are now four confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Tooele County. All are travel related. (For the full update, please click on the title)
For today’s daily update, the school district is looking at how the extension for school dismissal to May 1, 2020 will impact students and employees. There are a lot of questions answered in today's update. Please click on the title to read the full article.
According to Tooele County Emergency Management, Tooele County has two confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. Utah is anticipating a spike this week and next week in confirmed COVID-19 cases and we need to be prepared. Please continue to practice social distancing, handwashing, and avoid touching your face.