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Chalk Talk - Ophir Trail Ride

By: Amanda Warner-Jones. As a Tooele County native, I am excited to join the team at the Tooele Education Foundation and give back to the schools that are so dear to me. I grew up in Pine Canyon, active in sports, FFA and many other activities. These opportunities left a lasting impression on me and love for Tooele County, which I carry into my work at the Tooele Education Foundation.
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Leadership Matters - Students must be safe before they can learn

According to Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, safety and security must be met before creativity, problem-solving, or acceptance of facts can take place. This research suggests that before our students can learn, they must be and feel safe. Clint Poole, West Elementary principal highlights some Tooele County School District safety measures.
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Norovirus - signs and symptoms

Dear Parents or Guardians, Recently, in the news, there have been reports of norovirus outbreaks in our state. As of right now, there have been no confirmed cases of norovirus in any school in Tooele County School District. We have been in direct contact with the Tooele County Health Department to confirm this information. However, Tooele County Health Department has had one reported case, but no confirmed cases. Due to the contagious nature of the norovirus, we are taking extra sanitary steps in all of our facilities and buses to help prevent the virus from spreading. If your child has any of the symptoms we ask that you don’t send him/her to school until 72 hours after vomiting and diarrhea have ended. (Click on the title for more information about the norovirus)
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14K Tooele County School District is K-12 with 26 schools and approximately 14,500 students enrolled.
91% The Tooele County School District graduation rate is 91%. Utah’s statewide graduation rate for 2016 was 85%.
96% In 2016, the district had 4,247 students enrolled in a Career and Technical Education course with a 96% graduation rate for students who were CTE concentrators.
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.
2 STEM We have 2 state-designated STEM schools that create strong instruction for college & career readiness focusing on Science, Technology, Education, and Mathematics.
1009/ 1542 TCSD has 1,009 certified, 1,542 classified, 19 administrative classified, and 67 administrative personnel. A total of 2,637 employees
7,286 Sq Miles Tooele County School district covers 7,286 square miles.
60% Approximately 60% of classrooms have Promethean Interactive Whiteboard technology.
1:1 Wendover High, Dugway K-12, Ibapah Elementary and Vernon Elementary have laptops for every student.

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