The district is working towards a single-sign-on system so students only need one username and password for all of their accounts. This process will begin on January 29. In order to do this, it is imperative for parents/guardians to check their ASPIRE accounts and verify that their email address is correct and in the correct field, especially if they currently have their email listed in the student email field. (This process should take less than five minutes. Please click on the title for additional instructions on how to update this information). Thank you!
1. Free lunch students registered with TCSD Child Nutrition 2. Students with no internet at home 3. Homeless Students 4. Rural Schools (see attached "Hotspot User Agreement")
Join us Tuesday, January 19 at 7 p.m. on Facebook live at @tooeleschools
Students without internet at home can receive an internet hotspot device for free thanks to a $243,000 grant from the Utah State Board of Education and a donation from T-Mobile.
The Utah Department of Health, in coordination with Tooele County School District, will have free COVID-19 testing at Stansbury High School. There will be four testing dates available at SHS in the cafeteria/commons area from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. You must register prior to coming, wear a mask, and social distance while at the site. (For a list of days and times, click on the title)
The 2020 Teacher of the Year is Stansbury Park Elementary Teacher, Amy Grgich.