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Board of Education Work Meeting - Nov. 24, 2020

The Nov. 24, 2020, TCSD Board of Education Work Meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Facebook live @tooeleschools. While open to the public, no formal actions take place during these meetings.
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SHS moves to digital learning

Stansbury High School has reached the 15-case threshold for COVID-19 positive cases in a school as established through the Utah Department of Health. The Board of Education in coordination with the Tooele County Health Department have decided to move the school to digital learning online. The pivot to online learning will begin Monday, Nov. 9, 2020 and students will return after the Thanksgiving break on Monday, Nov. 30, 2020. Please be flexible with the return date in the event there are any changes made. (For additional information, please click on the title)
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Governor Declares New State of Emergency to Address Hospital Overcrowding, Case Surge

The Governor and Utah Department of Health Issue Statewide Mask Mandate, Restrict Casual Gatherings to Households, Pause Extracurricular Activities -- Following weeks of continued stress on Utah’s hospital networks due to a rise in cases of COVID-19, Gov. Gary R. Herbert has declared a new State of Emergency to address hospital overcrowding. Pursuant to the State of Emergency, the governor and Utah Department of Health have issued concurrent executive and public health orders designed to curb the surge of cases in Utah. Both orders are effective Monday, November 9 and will remain in effect until Nov. 23, 2020. (To continue reading, click on the title.)
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18K Tooele County School District is K-12 with 26 schools and approximately 18,000 students enrolled.
69% Of the 2018-19 graduating class, 69% of those graduates were Career and Technical Education pathway completers. The state average is 20%.
26 TCSD has 15 elementary schools, 3 junior highs, 4 high schools, 1 K-12 school, 1 special education pre-K, 1 alternative school, and 1 online K-12 school.
8 DLI TCSD has 8 schools with a Dual Language Immersion program. We offer open enrollment DLI in French, German, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
7,286 Sq Miles Tooele County School district covers 7,286 square miles.
1:1 Wendover High, Dugway K-12, Ibapah Elementary and Vernon Elementary have laptops for every student.

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