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No School Feb. 28, 2020

Friday, February 28 is a District Professional Development Day for employees. There is no school for students.
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School Report Cards - How Are We Doing?

In accordance with state and federal law, The Utah State Board of Education is required to annually publish district and school accountability data in the form of school report cards. The USBE makes annual accountability determinations for schools and districts based on student outcomes and growth. Utah’s School Report Card is just one piece of information that communicates how well a school is performing across a range of multiple indicators of student performance. This information is used to accurately identify schools in need of support and improvement, and ultimately provide information about the educational practices. However, it is important to note that not all grades and subjects are included because not all grade levels and courses have statewide end-of-year assessments; kindergarten, first-grade, second-grade, social studies, world languages, health, physical education, and the arts are examples. (For more information about school report cards, click on the title "School Report Cards - How Are We Doing?")
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Leadership Matters - The Culture of Dual Language Immersion

What languages can you speak? German? French? Russian? Chinese? Students in Tooele County elementary schools are learning these languages and more! Tooele County School District offers Dual Language Immersion programs in six languages: Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Chinese, and Russian. These languages are among the top languages spoken throughout the world. (To read the full article, click the title, "Leadership Matters - The Culture of Dual Language Immersion.")
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18K Tooele County School District is K-12 with approximately 18,000 students enrolled.
26 TCSD has 15 elementary schools, 3 junior highs, 4 high schools, 1 K-12 school, 1 special education pre-K, 1 alternative school, and 1 online K-12 school.
8 DLI TCSD has 8 schools with a Dual Language Immersion program. We offer open enrollment DLI in French, German, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
4 STEM We have four state-designated STEM schools. STEM curriculum covers four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach.
69% Of the 2018-19 graduating class, 69% of those graduates were Career and Technical Education pathway completers. The state average is 20%.
1:1 Wendover High, Dugway K-12, Ibapah Elementary and Vernon Elementary have laptops for every student.

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