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Welcome New Directors and Administrators to TCSD!

When it comes to leadership roles this school year, Tooele County School District will welcome five new employees to the district, while strategically moving 12 current employees to new roles.

“Leadership matters! The hallmark of a great school begins with great teachers supported by great leaders,” said Dr. Scott Rogers, TCSD superintendent. “Kids need both to grow and achieve. We are very strategic about moving people where they will succeed and we are thankful for all these wonderful educators who are part of our TCSD family.”
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Community Council Elections

Stansbury High Community Council Election
Between August 20th and August 31st, you will have an opportunity to vote on who you want to represent you as your Stansbury High School Community Council Members.
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Registration Note

We have been experiencing a larger than expected influx of students, specifically Freshman, this month. We are so excited to have them! This is causing a need for juggling class offerings and reorganizing some resources. We are working closely with the district office to ensure that we have what is needed in place for all students. Our wonderful counselors have been working tirelessly to adjust schedules and fit all the pieces of this jigsaw puzzle together.
Please be aware of, and work with us on, the following:
1. C.R.E.W. classes are designed for students with full schedules. Upperclassmen (who have access to TA or release to parent classes) may be removed from C.R.E.W. classes.
2. It is not uncommon for schedules to continue to change throughout the first few weeks of school as we settle in.
3. The needs of all students will be addressed.
We appreciate your patience and understanding throughout this exciting (and slightly stressful) time! Proud to be a Stallion!!!

SHS Administration

#weloveournewstudents #thankacounselor #tcsdrocks
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Dress Code Reminder

We appreciate your continued support in adhering to the school dress code to ensure an environment focused on learning. As you shop for clothes for the upcoming school year, please keep the dress code in mind.

Why does the school have a dress code?
1. To create an environment that is focused on learning and is comfortable for all students, employees, and parents.
2. To adhere to district policy. For more information visit

Please help us by communicating this information to your student. Go Stallions!
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Mark Your Calendar!

Mark Your Calendar!
Back to School Night will be on Monday, August 20th from 4-6p. Freshman Orientation will be from 5:30-6 in the auditorium.
This is a great time to pick up a hard copy of your schedule, meet your teachers, and minimize those start-of-school jitters by getting familiar with the building and staff.
*Teachers will be in their classrooms.
*Student Government will be providing school tours.
*Campus maps will be available.
*Locker sign-ups will begin.
*Counseling center computer lab will be available to help parents/students setup their Aspire/SIS accounts.
*Club/athletic information will be available.

School is starting soon and we couldn't be more excited! Go Stallions!!!
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Community Council Elections

Do you have a student at Stansbury High School?
Do you want to make a difference in your student's education?
Being on community council is a wonderful way to drive improvement! Stansbury High School is
now accepting nominations/applications for 4 parent positions. You can apply for a position
yourself, or nominate another parent.
If you are interested please email Desiree Jones at, or complete the
attached form (click heading to access). Nominations/applications must be submitted by Wednesday, August 15, 2018.
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SHS Baseball Coach

Dear Stansbury Stallion Community:

We are pleased to announce that Jason Jones has accepted the position of Head Baseball Coach at Stansbury High School, effective July 27, 2018. He comes to Stansbury with a rich background of developing young men as both respectful people and highly skilled baseball players. Coach Jones was born and raised in Riverton, Utah, where he prepped at Bingham High School and had the privilege of learning from legendary baseball coach, Joe Sato. After high school he walked on at Snow College to play baseball for two years. Coach Jones later graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Utah State and an MBA from Western Governors University. He had the opportunity to be an assistant coach at Grantsville High School under coach Loren Anderson from 2007-2010. He has spent the last eight years volunteering as a youth baseball and travel team coach. Coach Jones has always had a strong passion for coaching fundamentals, running efficient practices, and generally promoting the game of baseball. He looks forward to leading our top tier baseball program and continuing the tradition at Stansbury High School by mentoring student-athletes to achieve success on and off the field. He and his wife, Amanda, are the proud parents of three children: Trenton, Easton and Bryn Leigh. Please join with us in offering a warm welcome to Coach Jones and his family!
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2018 Back To School Closet

Tooele County School District and partners will be hosting the 15th annual Back-to-School Closet August 4th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Blue Peak High School/Tooele Community Learning Center, (211 S. Tooele Blvd., Tooele, UT 84074). TCSD students and families are invited to attend.
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