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School Dismissal- New Updates, March 26, 5 p.m.

Utah School Spirit Week: Thanks to all those who sent in a message of appreciation to our teachers for Terrific Teacher Day. Tomorrow is School Spirit Day. Wear your school colors. Take a selfie and tag @tooeleschools, #utahschoolspirit.
Meals: 12,582 free meals were handed out today. Starting Monday there will be three new locations offering grab-and-go meals: Overlake Elementary, Middle Canyon Elementary, and Stansbury Park Elementary. For a full list of locations, please go to the Child Nutrition webpage: https://www.tooeleschools.org/apps/pages/childnutrition
DLI Registration: The Dual Language Immersion Registration Deadline has been extended. Students who will be in first-grade during the 2020-2021 school year can apply. You do not need to re-apply. This is only for new applicants. Parents will be contacted soon if they have already applied. The Spanish and French programs are full. Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, and German are still open. Do not miss this opportunity, Apply Today! 
Teacher Parade: Friday at 10 a.m. there will be a teacher parade for students in the boundaries of Stanbury Park Elementary, Willow Elementary, and Grantsville Elementary. This is optional and something fun put together by these three schools and their teachers. Students, please make sure to step outside and wave to the parade of teachers as they drive by. 
Tooele Technical College: Tooele Technical college will close temporarily from March 28-May 4, 2020. This will impact high school students enrolled in classes there. Attached is a letter from President Paul Hacking of TTC regarding their closure and plans during this time. 
Learning Packets: Learning packets need to be coordinated with your student's teacher and are available for pick-up. 
Electronic Devices: For families needing electronic devices, please contact your student's school for availability and pick-up times. 
Be Kind: Lastly, we want to remind everyone that this is a stressful time for parents, students, our faculty and staff. Please be kind to those who are trying to help. If a student is struggling, reach out to the teacher, but please do not take your frustrations out on them. We appreciate the amount of patience and support that has been shown by our community. Let's continue to come together as we figure out this new normal. Thank you!