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School Dismissal Feeding Plan -Updated

Update: Breakfast is now included. We were approved to make all sites FREE for 18 and younger. There have been some site location changes and additions.
Grab-and-Go lunches are being offered March 17-27, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Cash will not be accepted. Only 18 years and younger are able to participate. Lunches can be picked up in the drive-thru or walk-up. Students may go to any site of their choosing. Please look at the flyer for additional information. Thank you.
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All extracurricular events have been canceled until March 27, 2020

Dear Parents, Caregivers, Faculty and Staff, We have just watched the Governor’s press conference and received this new update.
The Superintendent’s Executive Staff, as authorized by our Board of Education, will be instituting the following restrictions in accordance with these recommendations. We will continue to stay in close contact with state and local health department and our school admins. We will reevaluate daily and send out regular updates. The ban on these activities and events will not be lifted until after March 27, 2020. (Click on the title to read the full letter)
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Letter from the Superintendent in regard to COVID-19

March 12, 2020-- Dear Parents, Caregivers, Faculty and Staff, In response to the latest CDC media briefing on the Coronavirus and the potential impact at the community level, we want to assure you that we are staying updated on the status in Utah and within our own community. First and foremost, we are following the guidance of the Tooele County Health Department and information being conveyed from the State of Utah. Communication is ongoing, and the situation is being monitored closely at the local level. (Click on the title to read the full letter)
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Coronavirus Information from the Health Department

The Tooele County Health Department is actively monitoring the ongoing outbreak of the coronavirus that began in China and subsequently spread to several other countries. The TCHD is coordinating closely with public health partners and medical care providers. Though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers COVID-10 to be a serious public health concern based on current information, the immediate health risk to the general public is low. Click on the title, "Coronavirus Information from the Health Department" to read frequently asked questions provided by the TCHD.
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School Report Cards - How Are We Doing?

In accordance with state and federal law, The Utah State Board of Education is required to annually publish district and school accountability data in the form of school report cards. The USBE makes annual accountability determinations for schools and districts based on student outcomes and growth. Utah’s School Report Card is just one piece of information that communicates how well a school is performing across a range of multiple indicators of student performance. This information is used to accurately identify schools in need of support and improvement, and ultimately provide information about the educational practices. However, it is important to note that not all grades and subjects are included because not all grade levels and courses have statewide end-of-year assessments; kindergarten, first-grade, second-grade, social studies, world languages, health, physical education, and the arts are examples. (For more information about school report cards, click on the title "School Report Cards - How Are We Doing?")
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Leadership Matters - The Culture of Dual Language Immersion

What languages can you speak? German? French? Russian? Chinese? Students in Tooele County elementary schools are learning these languages and more!
Tooele County School District offers Dual Language Immersion programs in six languages: Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Chinese, and Russian. These languages are among the top languages spoken throughout the world. (To read the full article, click the title, "Leadership Matters - The Culture of Dual Language Immersion.")
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Financial Commitment to Instruction

Tooele County School District is committed to being open and transparent concerning District finances. For the 2017-2018 school year, the District had General Fund expenditures of $105.538 million which were a 12% increase from expenditures in the 2016-2017 school year. Revenues increased by 10% from the prior year in the 2017-2018 school year due to the large growth of student numbers. For the 2017-2018 school year, revenues received consisted of roughly 18.04% from local property taxes, 1.24% from other local sources, 4.81% from federal appropriations, and 75.91% from state income taxes. A total of 95.19% of the generated revenue came from state and local funds combined. (To continue reading the financial report for 2017-18 click on the title, "Financial Commitment to Instruction.")
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DLI Secondary Transition

Six years ago, Tooele County School District launched the Dual Language Immersion program. This fall, students who were part of the first group of DLI classes in TCSD will be transitioning into junior high. (Click the title to learn about the different format of the DLI program at the junior high and high school level).
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