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A letter from the Superintendent about pandemic guidelines

There will be no “test to play” protocols and any “test to stay” or quarantine protocols will be based on local health department guidelines. TCSD will follow "test to stay" protocols, holding a coronavirus testing event if 2% of students and staff for a school of more than 1,500 people, or 30 students and staff for a school of 1,500 or less, test positive COVID-19.

Additionally, the Tooele County Health Department will provide COVID-19 vaccination clinics for our families and the community at large.

 As a district, we believe in prevention, safety and protection of all students, staff and visitors. We also believe in respecting the rights and choices of our parents. Traditional face-to-face and online schooling options will continue to be offered. Cleaning/sanitization protocols will still be in place along with improved air ventilation efforts.

These pandemic “guidelines” for the upcoming school year will be monitored closely and are subject to change. Regular updates will occur and be posted on the district website at and on social media sites.

There is one exception to the above guidelines. Our school at Dugway is on a military base. They are subject to different rules and guidelines. Dugway Proving Grounds will require masks effective Aug. 5, 2021. This applies to all students, staff and visitors. We will let you know if, and when things change for Dugway School. Please plan accordingly if you need to get on base. 

Thank you for your continued support of our school district. We truly want all of our students to have great learning experiences this school year. We are excited to welcome our students back for the 2021-2022 school year and promise to continue to work hard and improve PK-12 education for all kids!



Dr. Scott Rogers

Superintendent of Schools

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