Tooele County School District

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92 Lodestone Way, Tooele, Utah, 84074
Phone (435) 833-1966 Fax (435) 833-1912
Office Hours: 8:30am to 4:00pm


Anna Smith Elementary (T1)
731 Aria Blvd. Wendover
(435) 665-0470

Copper Canyon Elementary (T1)
1600 N. Broadway St., Tooele
(435) 843-3820

Grantsville Elementary
50 Park St., Grantsville
(435) 884-9991

Northlake Elementary (T1)
268 N. Coleman St., Tooele
(435) 833-1940

Rose Springs Elementary
5349 Insbrook Pl., Stansbury
(435) 833-9015

Stansbury Park Elementary
485 Country Club Dr., Stansbury
(435) 833-9015

Sterling Elementary (T1)
135 S. 7th St., Tooele
(435) 882-9001
Twenty Wells Elementary
636 E. Nygreen St., Grantsville
(435) 884-1280

West Elementary
451 W. 300 S., Tooele
(435) 833-1931

List Updated: June 2022
About Our Program
We provide Tier One instruction to all students. We use a research-based curriculum that promotes teaching methodologies from early childhood experts in math, science, literacy, and social-emotional learning. We believe students learn best in self-directed environments enriched with discovery and play-based learning opportunities.
Annual Open Enrollment
  • Open enrollment is held annually during February/March for the following school year.
  • Students that turn age 3 or 4 by September 1st may enroll for the next school year. 
  • Students who turn age 5 prior to September 1st are not eligible to apply for district preschool programs.
  • Spaces are limited. Current funding sources mandate giving priority placement to special education and low-income students.
Online Registration
  • See Registration Information.
  • Grants are available for students that qualify for free or reduced lunch and other risk factors. Fill out the "Grant Form & Tuition Agreement" to see if your child qualifies.
  • Age 3 -- 2 Days Weekly
  • Age 4 -- 4 Days Weekly
  • AM Class 8:50 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
  • PM Class 12:50 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • No School on Wednesdays
Special Education
Specially designed instruction, at no cost to the parents, to meet the unique needs of children with disabilities. Areas of development may include cognitive, language/speech, motor, social/emotional, adaptive, hearing and vision.
The Individualized Education Program (IEP) team may determine a student needs related services to benefit from his/her early intervention program which may include transportation, speech
therapy, physical and occupational therapy, assistive technology, and hearing or vision support.
We provide services tailored to meet specific needs of qualifying students. We offer special education services through services by appointment at neighborhood schools and in inclusive classroom settings.
IEP Referral Process
  • New Students: Students not currently enrolled in our program, parents and legal guardians may request a screening to identify areas of concern.  Please fill out the referral form to initiate a referral.
  • After completing referral form, you will be contacted within 5 to 7 business days to schedule your child's screening.
  • After the screening, a professional educator will review the results and discuss next steps.
  • If additional assessments are required in order to determine eligibility under Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), an assessment date will be scheduled.
  • Current Students: Students currently enrolled in one our preschool classrooms, please contact your child's teacher to discuss concerns.
After the completion of formal and informal evaluations; 
  • The IEP team will meet to review the assessments and determine if the child has a disability as defined under IDEA and would benefit from specialized instruction.
  • When determining eligibility, the team must consider the 3 prongs:
         1)Does the child have a disability as defined under IDEA?
         2)Does the disability adversely affect their education?
         3)Does the child require specialized instruction in order to access general education?
  • If the team determines the student is eligible, they develop an IEP.
  • Service delivery is determined by the IEP goals.

Child Find Notice

Tooele County School District is responsible for Child Find identification and evaluation for all students suspected of having a disability residing in Tooele County. This includes children (birth through 21 years of age) who are in public schools, and private schools, are being homeschooled, are preschoolers (birth to five years), and need an evaluation for possible special education or early intervention services. Early identification and intervention may be essential to your child’s development.

If your child is having significant difficulty with vision, hearing, speech, and behavior, is experiencing slow development typical for his/her age, physical development, or learning difficulty, he/she may be a child with a disability that requires specialized instruction through special education. If your child’s three to five years, contact the TCSD Preschool Department at 435-833-1966.


Mission Statement: 
Building a strong foundation for life- long learners through research supported play-based learning. Guiding students on an adventure of self-discovery knowledge, developmentally appropriate academia, and social skills. Supported by state certified teachers who create a safe, healthy, and inviting learning environment for all students.