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Masks are still the rule at school

Even though the statewide mask mandate will be lifted on April 10, the mask requirements for K-12 schools will remain in place until June 15. Local officials, like a school board or county council, do not have the legal authority to end the school mask requirement before this date.

Mask mandate still in place for schools

A bill approved by Utah lawmakers during the 2021 legislative session ends the state’s mask mandate starting April 10. Although the state of Utah will lift the statewide mask mandate, schools in the state are exempt from the legislation. Tooele County School District will continue to follow all previously established health guidelines.

Utah's School Climate Survey

In the Student and School Safety Assessment Bill, (HB120), the State Board of Education was directed to create an anonymous School Climate Survey to be administered to students, parents, teachers, staff, administrators, and school resource officers. We are requesting parents/guardians take a moment to complete the survey for their student's school. Thank you!

ACT for Juniors, No School for 9, 10, 12 Grades

On March 9, there will be no school for students in grades 9, 10, and 12 at Blue Peak High School, Grantsville High School, Stansbury High School, and Tooele High School. Eleventh-grade students will be taking the ACT. Because this is a standardized ACT state testing session, students must have proper identification and will not be allowed to enter testing rooms late, (please be on time). Cell phones will not be allowed. Students are allowed to bring an approved calculator. Testing will be completed around noon. Lunch will be provided after the test. Buses will run on their regular schedule. If a student does not want to wait at the school until the regular bus pick-up time they can make alternate pick-up arrangements, but are not required to do so. If there are any questions, please contact your school.
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