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Budget Hearing-June 23, 2020

To submit a comment for the public hearing email the Board of Education President Maresa Manzione at mmanzione@tooeleschools.org on June 23 between 6-7 p.m. Following the Governor's yellow restrictions, there can be limited attendance. Social distancing and masks are encouraged for anyone in attendance. Online participation is encouraged by visiting Facebook live at https://www.facebook.com/tooeleschools
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Patrons can obtain a copy of the proposed FY21 budget from the business administrator at the district office during business hours, (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). The proposed budget is also available online at https://www.tooeleschools.org/apps/pages/budgets.
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Summer Break

Today is the first official day of summer for students in Tooele County School District! We know the last quarter was difficult at times for students, parents, and staff and we want to thank you all for the effort that went into each day until we finished the school year. We will be closed May 25 for Memorial Day. Beginning June 1 the District office will be open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. (Click on the title to read the full update: virtual graduation, thanks to retirees, next school year and task forces, and summer feeding)
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Locker Clean out

Monday May 11th-Seniors (and graduation packet)
Tuesday, May 12th-Juniors
Wednesday, May 13th-Sophomores
Thursday, May 14th-Freshmen

Please read attachment to find out rules & your assigned time- by alphabet.
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Orange to Yellow status--What does this mean for schools?

On May 14, 2020, the Governor announced Utah would be moving from Orange to Yellow status. We are grateful our State leaders and health officials are seeing a measured positive impact of our efforts to stay safe. We are proud of our community and how Tooele County has embraced best practices in the recommendations set forth by our health department. This is a testament to our ability to work together as committed citizens of Utah. (To continue reading please click on the title)
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School Dismissal- New Updates for May 8, 2020

Governor Gary R. Herbert has declared May 2020 as Utah Resilience Month. This week is also Teacher Appreciation Week. We want to thank everyone who showed their support and appreciation for our educators! Today's update includes information for graduating seniors about their Adobe, Google, and Office 365 accounts. Also included is information about the upcoming fireworks show for graduation, and thank you to our teacher union for their latest contributions to our community. (For more information, please click the title)
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Graduation Plans

Most of this year's graduating class was born during 9-11 and are making history as they graduate during a global health pandemic. The senior class has proven that they are resilient when faced with challenges and we are confident they will change the world for the better. This is a unique situation and each school has spent countless hours putting together a plan to help make this a meaningful experience. CONGRATS to the Class of 2020!
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