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Dual Language Immersion application window opens Jan. 16 - March 16

DLI is a way that students learn academic content while learning another language at the same time. Utah uses a 50/50 model where elementary level students spend half their instructional time in English and the other half of the time in the target language. DLI ensures that your child will be learning Utah Core Content and will become bilingual and biliterate in a second language and English.
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2017-2018 Tooele Region Reflections Winners - 'Within Reach'

This year students were asked to reflect on a common theme "Within Reach" and create original works of art in the categories of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts. National PTA Reflections welcomes students from all grades and abilities to explore and be involved in the arts. Entries are narrowed down to five per state and then the National PTA Reflections Committee makes a final selection. The attachment highlights this year's 2017-2018 Tooele Region winners. We wish them luck as they move on to the state-level competition.
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January BOE meeting

The January Board of Education meeting will be held Jan. 16th at the Tooele County School District building. Public session begins at 7 p.m.
Grantsville Junior High School will be recognized for the District Recognition for the month of January.
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Season of Change - Chalk Talk

By TEF Leadership Team
We hope everyone in our wonderful community had a joyous holiday season -- the TEF leadership team is again working hard on behalf of Tooele County School District’s students and staff!
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CTE Open House at Tooele High

This year the annual Career and Technical Education Open House will be held at three different locations. To start, Tooele High School will host the event Monday, January 8th from 5 to 7 p.m.
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December 2017 Chalk Talk - Giving is Not all About Money

(By Ed Dalton)
In educational foundation work, many people measure the success of an endeavor or the organization by the amount of money they raise.
That is not a good way of looking at it. Of course, without adequate financial resources no foundation can survive. The Tooele Education Foundation has for the past seven years increased its monetary position through donations each year.
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