- Language Services
- Multilingual Learners Title III
- Native American Education Program Title VI
- Title I
Tooele County School District offers interpretation services at no cost to parents, guardians, families, and students. We offer interpretation services through a certified interpretation provider in over 300 languages.
If you are needing interpretation services for any reason including:
Meetings with school or district personnel
School office visits (scheduled or impromptu)
Fee waiver process
Student disciplinary meetings
School or district community council or parent advisory meetings
Or any other communication needs with school and district
Multilingual Learner Program (English Learners)
The Multilingual Learner Program under Title III of Every Student Succeeds Act is a Civil Rights entitlement program for English Language Learners. In TCSD, we refer to our students who know and/or understand another native language other than English as Multilingual Learners. To help our ML families, we have put together resources to support English language development and student academic learning.
To contact a representative of the Title VI Native American Education Program:
Native American Education Liaison
435-833-8778 ext. 1704
Native American Education Program
Title VI of Every Student Succeeds Act
As part of Title VI, Part A of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA Federal Law) as amended by Title VI addresses the "unique educational and culturally-related academic needs," through formula grants to eligible Local Education Agencies (LEA). The Office of Indian Education (OIE) administers the Indian Education Program grants. Tooele County School District receives federal funds to support educational and culturally-related activities and events to meet our Title VI Objectives. (For more information on Title VI, click here)
Title VI Objectives:
Provide Monthly Cultural Nights to promote family and community togetherness activities to learn of Native American customs, crafts, and music.
Recognize and honor students who are excelling and making academic achievement.
Monitoring high school students and assist in meeting graduation requirements.
Provide information on availability of scholarships and financial aid.
Eligibility - ED506
An ED506 Eligibility Form needs to be completed for a student to acknowledge American Indian descendancy. This form needs to be filled out only once; it will then stay with the student's school records within the Title VI Department at Student Services. The number of forms determines the funds the district is eligible to receive every school year.
Click here to access a fillable PDF ED506 Form - once completed, please mail or deliver to:
TCSD Student Services Attn: Title VI, 555 E Vine St., Tooele, UT 84074
Please contact Student Services for ADA Accessible Forms.
Title I Part A of ESSA Federal Law
What is Title I?
Utah receives Federal Funds within the Title I Part A of Every Students Succeed Act (ESSA) to assist higher-poverty schools in Utah provide supplemental educational services to meet the needs of economically and educationally disadvantaged students by:
Goals of Title I Part A
Helping students achieve proficiency and growth on rigorous State academic standard in Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science
Closing achievement gaps
Building teacher capacity through high-quality, on-going, job-embedded professional learning opportunities
Engaging parents in helping their children succeed through meaningful, high-quality, evidence-based parent, family, and community engagement activities
Providing a well-rounded education for all students