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Stansbury High School sign welcomes Stallions.
Hope Squad poster with hand prints and positive reinforcement messages.
Stallion Nation featured prominently in the Cafeteria Commons.
The Stallion statue greets you at the Stansbury High School main entrance.
Graduation at the Huntsman Center on the U of U campus.
The Stansbury High School
Stansbury High School banners on the stairs in the Cafeteria Commons.
The Language Arts hallway at Stansbury High School.
The scoreboard at Stallion Stadium.
Stallion banners in the main entrance.
Stansbury High School auditorium.
Aerial view of Stansbury High School

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Board of Education Meeting- Jan. 21, 2020

Please join us Tuesday, January 21st, for the Board of Education meeting held at the District office, 92 Lodestone Way, Tooele. Public session begins at 7 p.m. in the Boardroom
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BULLETIN

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Dual Language Immersion Application

The Dual Language Immersion Application will open Wednesday, January 15. For the best chance of acceptance into the DLI program, the application must be received no later than March 1, 2020. Students entering into first-grade in the 2020-2021 school year may apply.
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The Happiest Place on Earth is not Disneyland, It’s Your School

School is my happy place. As a teacher, I always believed that getting to know my students first and building relationships with them was the most important thing I could do. As an administrator, I still believe this to be true only now, I have many more students that I can have a positive impact. Whether you have a school of a few hundred students or a few thousand, it is essential to know every student. Just as Jimmy Casas, states in his book, Culturize, “Every student, every day.” When you have a bond of trust and respect with a student, they will work hard for you. You do not deal with discipline problems; instead, you enjoy students’ excitement for learning and students leading your school with kindness.
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Leadership Matters - Giving Back Through Service-Learning

During the holiday season, we see many students give back to the community through service-learning. Service-learning engages students in volunteer opportunities and projects. It can be thought of as an extension of the classroom. Students practice setting and achieving goals as well as working together as a group. These skills can help students academically and in their daily lives.
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Fast Facts

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.
4 STEM We have four state-designated STEM schools. STEM curriculum covers four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach.
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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