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TCSD receives award for Foreign Language Programs

On Nov. 19, 2021 the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages announced Tooele County School District as the 2021 recipient of the ACTFL Melba D. Woodruff Award for Exemplary Elementary World Language Program.

UPDATE: Phone/Internet Access is now working in all schools

UPDATE- phone and Internet is up and working.
The following schools currently have no phone or internet access. For emergencies please call the District office at 435-833-1900 and they will be able to reach the school by radio: Tooele High School, Tooele Jr. High, Northlake Elementary, West Elementary, Old Mill Elementary, Sterling Elementary

TCSD provides free access to graphic design tool — Canva

All Tooele County School District faculty, staff, and high school students now have access to a Canva for Education account. Canva is a graphic design program that allows users to create a variety of digital projects ranging from presentations and social media content to infographics and videos.

Dr. Mark Ernst Appointed as Interim Superintendent

The Tooele County School District Superintendent Dr. Scott Rogers has informed us he will be submitting a letter of resignation due to physical health reasons. The current Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mark Ernst has graciously accepted to fill in as the interim superintendent.

Board of Education Work Meeting - Oct. 26, 2021

Join us for the Board of Education Work Session at 6 p.m. October 26. The meeting will be held at the District office, 92 Lodestone Way, Tooele. It will also be streamed on YouTube at https://youtu.be/LjGREUpTSlQ.

TikTok challenges can result in criminal charges

Harmful TikTok challenges are affecting Tooele County School District and we are asking families to help us stop these quickly. In September, a TikTok challenge encouraged students to vandalize and steal items from schools. Several of our schools were impacted and thousands of dollars worth of damage was done. A list of future challenges planned throughout the remainder of the school year has been circulated on different social media platforms. Some of the future challenges promote physical violence against educators and school staff, more damage and even physical and sexual assault.
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