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District Moves To SSO, Need Updated Contacts

The district is working towards a single-sign-on system so students only need one username and password for all of their accounts. This process will begin on January 29. In order to do this, it is imperative for parents/guardians to check their ASPIRE accounts and verify that their email address is correct and in the correct field, especially if they currently have their email listed in the student email field. (This process should take less than five minutes. Please click on the title for additional instructions on how to update this information). Thank you!
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DLI Applications now open

The Dual Language Immersion enrollment application is open from January 15 to March 15.
Applications are open to all students in the district who are entering first grade in the fall of 2021 (except Anna Smith Elementary, which begins its Spanish program in kindergarten).
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Free COVID-19 testing held at Stansbury High School

The Utah Department of Health, in coordination with Tooele County School District, will have free COVID-19 testing at Stansbury High School. There will be four testing dates available at SHS in the cafeteria/commons area from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.  You must register prior to coming, wear a mask, and social distance while at the site. (For a list of days and times, click on the title)
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2022-2023 Calendar Survey

Please take a moment to review and choose one of the three calendar options available for the 2022-2023 school year. (Click on the title for the survey link and to view the calendar options)
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Governor Declares New State of Emergency to Address Hospital Overcrowding, Case Surge

The Governor and Utah Department of Health Issue Statewide Mask Mandate, Restrict Casual Gatherings to Households, Pause Extracurricular Activities -- Following weeks of continued stress on Utah’s hospital networks due to a rise in cases of COVID-19, Gov. Gary R. Herbert has declared a new State of
Emergency to address hospital overcrowding. Pursuant to the State of Emergency, the governor and Utah Department of Health have issued
concurrent executive and public health orders designed to curb the surge of cases in Utah. Both orders are effective Monday, November 9 and will remain in effect until Nov. 23, 2020. (To continue reading, click on the title.)
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