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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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New Safety and Security Management System

This October Tooele High School will become a pilot school for a new campus security system called KnowWhere. If the campus safety and emergency management system is effective, later this year, the security system will be installed and implemented in all 26 schools within Tooele County School District at no charge.
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Sept. 3, 2020 Bond Discussion and BOE meeting

At 6 p.m. tonight, the TCSD superintendent and school board members will talk about that 2020 School Bond. Questions and comments are welcome. Afterwards, the BOE will hold a meeting to discuss contact tracing and homecoming activities. Please join us on Facebook live, @tooeleschools.
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Leadership Matters - Back To School

I wanted to be among the first to welcome everyone back to the 2020-2021 school year. In addition to education, our priority is to protect the safety and well-being of our faculty, staff, and students. Even as I welcome you back, I know the work started months ago in preparation for this unique school year. I sincerely want to thank those who have put in the extra time and effort to help get us ready.
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County Shares CARES Funds with School District

This month, the school district received $325,000 from Tooele County as part of a surplus of funds they received from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, (CARES), Act. The federal stimulus aimed at COVID-19 relief is flexible in nature; the school district can use the funds for a wide variety of efforts including distance/remote learning, school meals, supporting at-risk student populations, mental and physical health, supplemental learning, facilities/equipment, and maintaining continuity of core staff and services. (To read more click on the title)
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