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SHS moves to digital learning

During this time, classes will resume on the Blue/Silver schedule as normal. For the school schedule go to

Instruction: Teachers will reach out to students with more information on digital learning for their specific class. Please take advantage of this time each period to connect with teachers and classmates. This online schedule is NOT intended to be days off of school. It is three weeks of online instruction that will allow our school/community to reset and allow staff and students that are impacted by the virus to recover. Please stay engaged with your classes. You can expect that there will be assignments and learning expectations. If your student is struggling please have them reach out to their teachers. 

All communication will be sent through ASPIRE, CANVAS or Google Classroom. Please make sure your contact information is up to date.

Tech Help: For help with accessing Canvas, Google Classroom, etc. please go to For additional information or assistance, contact the Help Desk at or at 435-884-7799.

Grades: Online learning will NOT have an automatic passing grade. Students and teachers will need to work together to achieve proficiency, progress, and earn passing grades. Have a strong pursuit of academic excellence as we continue with a new term.

Extra-curricular Activities: Administrative and athletic directors will communicate directly with advisors and coaches regarding all extracurricular. Teams or groups that have a high number of positive COVID-19 cases, and have been notified, will remain on quarantine or isolation until the designated date of return.

Quarantines: Students currently out on quarantine or required to be in isolation will need to complete their quarantine/isolation as directed in the communication that was sent home.

School Meals: Breakfast and lunch will continue to be provided for all students as a grab-and-go curbside pick-up.

Meal Pick Up: Pick-up times will be from 10-11 a.m.

11/9 (5 days’ worth of meals)

11/16 (5 days’ worth of meals)

11/23 (3 days' worth of meals)

If there are any questions or concerns about pick-up dates and times, please call the Child Nutrition office at 435-833-1920.

ED NET/Concurrent Enrollment: Students in an Ed Net/Concurrent Enrollment class, who are unable to access their class from home, need to contact the teacher. Ed Net/Concurrent Enrollment teachers are aware of the situation and will work with students during this time.

CLC and TTECH Classes: Students who are not exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or who have not been in direct contact with someone who has tested positive may attend their CLC or TTECH classes. Students who are unable to attend will not be penalized but need to contact their teachers to let them know they will not be in attendance and find alternative means to accomplish the required class work.

CLC/TTECH Transportation: Transportation will be provided for CLC and TTECH students in the morning, mid-day and in the afternoon. Stansbury High School will not be open, please wait on the East side of the building in the bus lane loading zone. Should they choose, a parent, guardian, or student may provide their own transportation to and from the CLC or TTECH. In the mornings, routes and times will run as normal from the bus stops to SHS and then to the CLC/TTECH.

BUSING SCHEDULE: For the busing schedules, please open the attached PDFs. (The bus routes were created to provide pick-up/drop-off locations in areas that benefit most students, however, if there is not a bus stop where students are unable to safely get to, please notify the Transportation Department so they can look at alternatives.)


We want to reassure you that our school staff and teachers have been working hard to provide a safe environment for our students, however, while we continue to do everything we can at our school, we need your help and support to ensure our students and staff can remain healthy and stay safe.

Please make sure your family is adhering to the health order to avoid large group gatherings and wearing a mask in public, especially when social distancing is not possible. The safety and education of our students are our top priority, and we are doing everything we can in facilitating both as we balance health department guidelines with continued student learning.

During this time frame, we would strongly encourage any students who are exhibiting symptoms of COVID or who have had exposure to a positive person to get tested.

Thank you for your support and patience during this unique year. Parents/Guardians, please encourage your students to follow the typical daily schedule. It is so important for our students to maintain good habits of getting up and following established school routines.

Thank you.