District-By-District Guide For Remote Learning At Utah Schools

Mar 23, 2020, 11:30 AM | Updated: 1:21 pm

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Utah Governor Gary tHerbert issued a “soft closure” for Utah schools to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Districts across the Beehive State have responded with plans for remote learning and daily meals for students who need them.

KSL TV has put together a district-by-district guide with information on checking out computers, accessing the internet, and feeding students without food at home.

Note: As we update this story, conditions are fluid and subject to change. Parents should stay in touch with their school districts for the latest information.

Alpine School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): We are waiting to hear a confirmation on the state’s decision to extend the action of school dismissal by Friday, March 27, 2020. As soon as we receive guidance from the state, we will update our information to our employees, families and the public.

Schools dismissed March 16-27, 2020. No on-site requirements in place. Classwork can be accomplished from home. Teachers may arrange for small groups of students to meet briefly.

Computer checkout: Parents can request computers to check out.

Internet options: Affordable internet is available through Comcast through their Internet Essentials program. Service costs $9.95 per month. Internet speed has been increased for all customers. Details available at

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Breakfast is available from 8 to 9 a.m., and lunch is available 11 a.m. to noon, and must be picked up at the school where the student attends. Breakfast and lunch cannot be combined for pickup of both at one time. Students will provide name and meals will be charged to their accounts, as if they were going through the lunch line.

Additional details: The Alpine School District has created a Google document with the latest information.

Beaver County School District

A “soft closure” was instituted on March 14, and will last until March 30, 2020. Students will not report to the schools, but will still participate in school lessons at home. Lessons will be prepared by teachers Wednesday, March 18 and Thursday, March 19. Classwork will be available beginning Friday, March 20.

Computer checkout: Chromebooks are available for households without one available from the school district. Contact the school librarian if needed. Chromebooks will be available beginning Friday, March 20. Not every student needs a Chromebook. Families should share if possible.

Internet options: School officials are identifying wifi locations for students without internet access.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Breakfast and lunch will be available for pickup from 7:30-8:30 a.m. beginning Wednesday, March 18. Parents must fill out a school lunch form before 8:30 p.m. the day before.

Additional details: The Beaver County School District has provided additional details on a Google document posted online.

Box Elder School District

A “soft closure” was instituted on March 14, and will last two weeks, until March 27, 2020. The district will hold Spring Break from March 30 to April 3. Beginning on Wednesday, March 18, students will learn from home via online curriculum.

Computer checkout: Students without devices at home can check out Chromebooks.

Internet options: The district has asked parents to complete an online form about internet access from home. For those without internet access, teachers will make lesson plans available at the school or by mail.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Breakfast and lunch will be available for pickup beginning on Wednesday, March 18. Bags will be available at each school’s regular meal times.

Additional details: The Box Elder School District has provided additional details and updates on the district’s site at

Cache County School District

Students will not attend school from March 16 to March 27. Online studies will begin on Wednesday, March 18. Schools and teachers will reach out to students and parents with more information.

Computer checkout: Schools will loan one device per household.

Internet options: Contact your wireless provider about hotspot services. Affordable internet is also available through Comcast through their Internet Essentials program. Service costs $9.95 per month. Internet speed has been increased for all customers. Details available at

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Parents can pick up meals beginning on Monday, March 16. Secondary schools can pick up breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m., and from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. for lunch. Elementary schools can pick up breakfast from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., and 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for lunch.

Additional details: The Cache County School District has provided additional details and updates on the district site at

Canyons School District

School is dismissed for all students in the State of Utah for at least 2 weeks beginning March 16th.

Computer checkout: Canyons District will make computing devices and WiFi hotspots available for check-out by students who don’t have Internet access at home. The equipment is reserved for students who demonstrate need.

Internet options: The district will make WiFi hotspots available for check-out, for students who demonstrate a need.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: CSD’s Nutrition Services Department is providing grab-and-go lunches every regular school day from March 16 to the end of the dismissal. All students under the age of 18 can pick up free sack lunches from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at centrally located sites throughout the District.

Additional details: While students won’t be attending classes, school campuses will be on a “soft open” schedule, which will permit students to briefly enter to retrieve personal items, missing assignments, and homework.

Carbon School District

Schools dismissed March 16 through March 27, 2020. School dismissal means students will NOT report to school facilities. During a dismissal, students will still complete schoolwork either virtually (electronically) or in packets.

Computer checkout: Middle School and High School students will begin working from Chromebooks starting March 18.

Internet options: Emery Telecom is offering those who don’t have their service free internet and a phone line until the end of the school year (May 31, 2020) for families with students in K-12 or college students.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Breakfast and lunch will be delivered to regular bus stops beginning March 16 and continuing daily throughout the dismissal period.

Additional details: Teachers and other school employees will still report to school facilities as usual.

Daggett School District

Schools dismissed for two weeks starting March 16, 2020. A school dismissal means that students are dismissed from school, but staff will be allowed to continue to work to deliver instruction to our students.

Computer checkout: Chris Nielson is working to get Manila High School student computers ready to be picked up along with any personal items or assignments from instructors.

Internet options: Students are asked to contact the school if they don’t have internet access. They may be able to provide limited access to the IVC Lab on a case by case basis. Internet is also available in the high school parking area.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: The District will provide grab-and-go breakfast and lunch; however, this does not include the March 19 – 23 Spring Break, and only applies to school age children.

Additional details: At this time and until further notice, all Daggett School District facilities are closed to the public and all community recreation activities are canceled including Open Gym and the Junior Basketball program.

Davis School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): Utah State Board of Education Votes to Waive Requirements and Suspend Assessment Amid COVID-19 Pandemic 

Remote learning begins March 18, 2020. It will be a soft closure. All schools and other district facilities will be open to students from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We strongly encourage students to learn at home during the two-week dismissal utilizing the instructional resources provided by their teacher

Computer checkout: Principals will provide instructions on Monday, March 16, how students who do not have devices at home can check them out at school and accomplish their schoolwork. Students will be able to check those out beginning Wednesday, March 18. Principals will communicate how each location will facilitate the checkout.

Internet options: For Davis County students without home internet access there are several free or low-cost solutions. They can be seen here.

Daycare: All childcare centers in district high schools will be closed. Employees and others whose small children receive childcare there will only be charged for the childcare that has already taken place.

Meals for students: Breakfast and lunch will be made available at all schools beginning Monday, March 16. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be served from 11:30 to 12:30 p.m. Students will not have to report to the school they attend to obtain meals but will need to use their student ID or provide their first and last name. Meals are only for students who have student accounts and they will be charged the normal fee. Students on free and reduced meals will continue as normal.

Additional details: Because the district is following the Governor’s lead to curb the possibility of the virus spreading, buildings will not be staffed after 1:30 p.m.

Duchesne County School District

School is dismissed beginning March 16, 2020. Starting March 18, students will only be allowed in the building for two reasons: teacher invitation, or to pick up lunch.

Computer checkout: Information not available.

Internet options: Information not available.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: DCSD Food Service will be prepared to provide “grab-and-go” meals for students. This includes both breakfast and lunch. Schools will notify families of their schedule for this in such a way to stagger students and keep social distancing.

Additional details: Visit the Duchesne County School District web site for additional details once they become available.

Emery County School District

Students will not attend school from March 16 to March 27. Online instruction will able available for most assignments through systems already familiar to students. Some learning packets May be necessary for some assignments, and will be available at schools. Additional information about assignments, deadlines, and how to submit homework will come directly from teachers.

Computer checkout: Students who need electronic devices will work through the Instructional Technology Department. Schools and teachers will work with parents and students to check out computers.

Internet options: Internet services will be available from Emery Telcom. Information about using the service will be sent by teachers.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Grab and go meals will be available for pickup beginning on Tuesday, March 17. Bags will be available at each school from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. daily.

Additional details: All activities and athletic events in the district have been postponed or canceled. During the two week “soft closure,” custodial staff will deep clean and sanitize the schools. School administrators should be notified about any students who travel outside the district during the two-week period, and any illness or coronavirus issues stemming from the travel. Additional information can be found at the school district’s web site.

Garfield County School District

Schools will be out of session from Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 27. During that time, only 10 people may be inside each physical building. Call the office for access to lockers and materials.

Computer checkout: Information not available.

Internet options: South Central is offering a free trial of their internet services. Visit for details. There may be other options parents can explore, as well.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Meals will be available for pick-up starting on Wednesday, March 18. Details of pick-up were expected to be released Tuesday.

Additional details: Updates from the district can be found at

Grand County School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): Under the direction of Sydnee Dickson, State Superintendent of Schools, all Utah schools will extend closures for an additional two weeks. At this time, all Grand County School District campuses will remain closed through Spring BreakSchools will tentatively re-open on Monday, April 13. The state will re-assess closures every two weeks and could result in increased closures or re-opening of all schools.

Schools in the district will be closed March 16-27. Teachers will spend March 16-17 preparing for online learning, which will begin on Wednesday, March 18. The tentative plan is for schools to reopen on March 30, although that decision will be reassessed as it gets closer.

Computer checkout: Chromebooks will be made available for students who need one. Each school has it’s own schedule for pick-up on Tuesday, March 17. Get the schedule for your school and grade at

Internet options: Information not available.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: School lunches for all students will be available, either for pick-up or drop-off for students who ride the bus. Details about the specifics of the district’s plans can be found on their lunch pick-up and delivery schedule online at

Additional details: Visit the Grand County School District online for additional information.

Granite School District

Students will be dismissed from in-person attendance from March 16 to March 27. Classes will continue on digital platforms. Teachers will prepare online learning, which will begin on March 18.

NOTE: All staff and students at Hunter High School and their respective families should self-isolate at home until March 27 after a student tested positive for COVID-19. Anyone with a cough, fever over 100° F, and shortness of breath should call their doctor or contact the Department of Health. Hunter HS remains CLOSED until March 27. 

UPDATE (3/23/2020): Vista Elementary staff, students, should quarantine at home until March 27, 2020 and monitor themselves for symptoms throughout that time. Symptoms of COVID-19 include cough, fever over 100° F, and shortness of breath.

Computer checkout: Chromebooks will be made available for checkout, after parents sign a waiver. The devices require WiFi at home.

Internet options: Hardcopy packets will be available to students who do not have access to the internet at home.

Daycare: Not available. All preschool classes are canceled.

Meals for students:  Lunches will be provided to all students, and will be available March 16-18 and March 23-27 (excluding Spring Break). Individual schools will determine pick-up locations.

Additional details: Visit the Granite School District web site for additional information and updates.

Iron County School District

Students will be dismissed from attendance in the schools from March 16-27. Teachers will prepare remote instruction, which will begin on March 20. The individual schools will contact parents and students with details.

Computer checkout: No information available

Internet options: No information available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: No information available

Additional details: No information available

Jordan School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): Starting Monday, March 23, breakfast and lunch will only be available at a limited number of elementary schools. We will update you when we hear more from the state regarding how much longer school may be dismissed.

School is dismissed March 16, 2020 for a period of two weeks. Student learning will continue at home.

Computer checkout: For students who do not have access to a device at home, schools will provide information on their device checkout process.

Internet options: Families without internet access should contact their school.

Wireless signal strength has been boosted to allow parents and students to access the internet in school parking lots. Signal strength may vary from school to school.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Grab-and-go breakfast will be served at schools that currently serve breakfast from 8 a..m. – 9 a.m. beginning March 18. Grab-and-go lunch will be served at all schools from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. starting March 18.

Additional details: All extracurricular activities and rehearsals are cancelled or postponed.

Juab School District

All schools are dismissed from March 16-27, 2020. This directive is in response to further preventive measures of Coronavirus community spread. After the two-week dismissal is over, the state will re-evaluate the situation.

Computer checkout: If you are in need of a device or you do not have wifi service, please contact your school administration.

Internet options: If you are in need of a device or you do not have wifi service, please contact your school administration.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: The district will also continue with lunch services. Sack lunches will be provided from 12:00 pm-12:30 pm each day at Levan Park, Red Cliffs Elementary, Nebo View Elementary, Juab High School, Mona Elementary, and Rocky Ridge Church. Please do not congregate at these pick-up locations. Meals will be handed to patrons in their cars.

Additional details: During these two weeks, all school activities are suspended. Students should not be on campus during the dismissal. If you need to visit with a teacher or administrator in person, this will need to occur by-appointment-only during this time.

Kane County School District

Soft closure of all schools starting March 16, 2020 for two weeks and then they will be reevaluated.

Computer checkout: There will be a staggered schedule to pick up needed Chromebooks to increase social distance.

Internet options: There will be 5 buses with WiFi

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: There will be mobile Grab-and-Go lunches in partnership with Utah Food Bank

Additional details: For now they will continue with the March 24 ACT in multiple classrooms with 6 ft spacing between students.

Logan City School District

Schools will be dismissed for two weeks. Mount Logan Middle and Logan High School will provide online learning activities for each class.  Each school/teacher will share detailed expectations and procedures, and these activities will be available beginning on Wednesday, March 18th. During the grab and go meal pick up period on Wednesday, March 18th and Monday, March 23rd, packets for continued learning will be available for each elementary student.  These will also be available on each school’s website.  Spring Break from March 30 – April 3 will continue.

Computer checkout: No information available

Internet options: No information available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Lunch will be available to students using a grab and go system. Beginning Wednesday, March 18th, staff will be available to distribute a sack lunch to students at each elementary school from 10:00 am -11:00 am.  Students can obtain their meal at the elementary school geographically closest to them. Students must be present to receive a lunch. This will be done through a drive through grab and go system. Drive through routes will be posted on each school’s website by Tuesday evening. This service will not be available during the week of Spring Break.

Additional details: In order to prevent the spread of any illnesses, students will not be allowed in schools during the duration of this dismissal.

Millard County School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): 

We will be making some changes starting Monday, March 23, 2020.

  • Delta and Fillmore school sites will now be serving meals from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm.
  • All outlying serving sites will now be serving meals for 30 minutes. These sites will be serving from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm. Lynndyl will continue to serve from 12:05 pm to 12:30 pm.
  • If you are picking up meals for more than just your children, please provide a list of additional children receiving meals for the day. We will require your signature and the date of pickup on the bottom of your list.  We will collect these lists during the meal pickup.  This will assist us in keeping a count of meals given out.

School dismissed for two weeks. At that time, a decision will be made whether to extend the suspension.  For the Millard School District, this means that no students will be allowed in our schools or on our grounds during this period.  There will be no practices held, nor should our students get together with their friends in other places to practice or prepare.

Computer checkout: Parents and students are invited to come to their schools to retrieve a device tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17, 2020.  We have sufficient devices for every student in the district, but because those are currently installed with their power cords in Chromebook carts, we will only dismantle as many as we actually need.  We feel that one device for every two students in the home might be sufficient, but if not, we will provide more. In order to accommodate “social distancing,” we have established a schedule for you to come to the schools to retrieve devices.

Internet options: The district has boosted WiFi.  People living in the communities that need WiFi service may access service in their private cars in our building parking lots.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Lunch and breakfast will be served free of charge to any child age 18 or under. The child does not need to be a student in our district to receive a meal. Due to Federal Regulations, we will be required to give students lunch for the current day and breakfast for the following morning at the same pickup.

Morgan School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): As we move into our second week of distance learning, here are some adjustments to our schedule this week: Each school’s office will be open from 8 to 12 on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Buildings will be closed on Tuesday and Thursday except for food service and custodial staffs.  Food services will continue to be provided on the schedule established by each school. Many teachers will be working from home and caring for their families. Please continue to contact them via email with curriculum questions; they will respond within a reasonable time

Schools dismissed March 16 – 27, 2020. No on-site requirements in place. Classwork can be accomplished from home. Buildings will remain open to help with the collection and distribution of coursework. 

Computer checkout: Parents can request computers to check out. 

Internet options: Students without internet access will have assignments coordinated through the individual school office.  

Daycare: Not available.  

Meals for students:  Each of the schools in the Morgan School District is preparing grab and go meals. Parents are encouraged to contact individual school offices to make arrangements for pickup or delivery.

Additional details: Morgan School District Superintendent Doug Jacobs is posting updates periodically at 

Murray City School District

Schools dismissed March 13-27, 2020. No on-site meetings are allowed. Officials also ask students not to meet in groups off-siteClasswork can be completed from home. Students who need to pick up materials from the school must call ahead to arrange a pickup between 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.  

Computer checkout: Chromebook devices can be picked up at the District Office for grades 1 – 6, from school lockers for grades 7 – 12 between 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Kindergarten parents can pick up Chromebooks from the District Office Tuesday until 3 p.m. 

Internet options: Parents and students who need technical support, have software issues or connectivity issues are asked to contact the District Office technical support team at 801-264-7411 or email 

Daycare: Not available 

Meals for students: Lunch program is from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Lunch ends promptly at 12:30 p.m., so arrive early. 

Meals served at these previously designated high-needs schools will be free to all children up to 18 years old: Parkside Elementary School, Horizon Elementary School, Liberty Elementary School, Viewmont Elementary School, Hillcrest Jr. High School, Fireclay (162 W. 4490 South), and Frontgate (4623 S. Urban Way).  

Meals provided at these schools are per student eligibility. Student lunch ID numbers will be required at pickup: Grant Elementary School, Longview Elementary School, McMillan Elementary School, Riverview Jr. High School and Murray High School.  

Additional details: Daily updates are published at 

Nebo School District

Schools dismissed March 16 – 27, 2020. No on-site requirements in place. Classwork can be completed from home through online instruction or educational packets. Other than picking up meals, students can only be at the school by invitation only.  

Computer checkout: Communication about devices and materials will come directly from the student’s school.  

Internet options: Not available 

Daycare: Not available 

Meals for students: Students can go to any school in the district to pick up meals. Breakfast and lunch will be available for purchase at normal prices. Free/reduced meals are available for those who qualify. Breakfast may be picked up between 8 – 9 a.m. and does not need to be preordered. Lunch may be picked up between 11 a.m. – noon and should be preordered each day using the phone number and order deadline provided by the individual school.  

Additional details: Remote instruction will begin Wednesday. Specific information will come from the child’s school and teachers.  

North Sanpete School District

UPDATE (3/23/3030): Spring Break is 3/23-3/27/2020, so no school services will be provided during this week.

Schools dismissed March 16 – 27, 2020. No on-site requirements in place. Classwork can be completed at home. 

Computer checkout: Students can check out an iPad form their schools 

Internet options: Students can connect to HawkSpot locations if they don’t have access to the internet. 

Daycare: Not available  

Meals for students: Grab & Go breakfast and lunch will be provided at the elementary nearest your home. Buses will deliver meals to Chester, Wales, Milburn, Indanola, etc. Click here to view those meal pickup locations. Students will not be allowed to eat at the schools.  

Additional Details: Further information can be found at 

North Summit School District

Schools dismissed March 16 – 27, 2020. No on-site requirements in place. Classwork can be completed at home. Parents are asked to help students check the website,; the North Summit District Facebook page, and their email to see what lessons their teachers want them to do that day. 

Computer checkout: Information not available  

Internet options: Information not available  

Daycare: Information not available  

Meals for students: Breakfast and sack lunches will be provided for pickup to any current North Summit Student. Those interested need to email Robin Wilde at by 7 p.m. the day before. Please include the student’s name, food restrictions, contact information and any questions. Lunch pickup will be at the north door of North Summit Middle School. Pickup times will be provided by email.  

Additional details: Call 435-336-5654 or email for questions or concerns. 

Ogden City School District

Utah Governor Gary Herbert has called for a precautionary two-week “school dismissal” period  in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. There will be no school on March 16 & 17. Home-based learning will occur from March 18 – March 27.

Computer checkout: Parents are strongly encouraged to keep students home during the two-week dismissal and utilize instructional resources provided by the school.  Methods of access to this instruction from home will be communicated to you by your student’s school as quickly as possible. This may include online learning opportunities and/or packets. Campuses will reopen on Wednesday, March 18th, for students and parents who need access to resources from the school.

Internet options: Information not available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Meal services to students will still be available. In many instances, this is a grab-and-go lunch or breakfast program. These options will vary by school, designed to meet the unique needs of the local school community.

Additional details: Specific information regarding school meals, instructional expectations (for online and take-home packets), and specialized supports, will be provided by your student’s school.

Park City School District

Schools will be dismissed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16. School “dismissal” means that adults will continue to be in the schools providing electronic or preparing educational materials for students to continue their learning. Students can access buildings as individuals or in small groups if educational material or supplies are needed per appointment.

Computer checkout: Technology hotspots will be provided for students who need them.

Internet options: Information not available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Grab-and-Go breakfasts and lunches will be provided to students. Beginning March 17, parents can pick up meals at Ecker Hill Middle or Treasure Mountain Junior High between the hours of 8 and 10 a.m. weekdays and pick up one lunch and one breakfast for each student.

Additional details: More resources can be found here

Piute County School District

We are preparing to start school Wednesday March 18th using primarily digital platforms. Students and parents should be receiving communications from schools throughout the week.

Computer checkout: The school district has sufficient laptop devices to provide each family with a laptop device for students to use for instruction. Students who have been issued an iPad are still encouraged to use that device, but the schools would like to make a device with a full keyboard available to every family. High school juniors and seniors that have already been issued a device may have to share with younger siblings in some cases. Each school will coordinate how devices will be distributed to families.

Internet options: Information not available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: School meals will still be served starting Wednesday March 18th. Breakfast will be served 7:45 AM to 8:30 AM on Wednesday March 18th and Monday March 23rd as a grab and go meal. All other breakfast meals will be provided with the lunch the day prior. Lunches will be served each school day starting March 18th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM as a grab and go meal. Elementary and high school age students living in the Circleville area will pick their meals up at the back gym door at Circleville Elementary. Students living in Junction and Kingston will pick their meals up in the lobby of the high school. Students living in Marysvale will pick their meals up at the elementary school. Antimony and Angle students can pick up their meals at Antimony Elementary. Greenwich, Koosharem, and Burrville students can pick up their meals at Koosharem Elementary. Pick-up times for Antimony and Koosharem Elementary schools may be different. School meals will be free for all students during the school dismissal.

Additional details: Large groups will not be permitted to use the school buildings. The high school weight room will be closed to the public during the school dismissal. As a reminder school age children using the gymnasiums must be accompanied by an adult.

Provo City School District

School is dismissed for two weeks, and online learning will begin March 18.

Computer checkout: Based on Utah Governor Gary Herbert’s announcement of soft school closures, Provo City School District is providing a Chromebook for each student who will need a computer for coursework at home. To schedule a time to pick up a Chromebook please contact our call center (801-373-2188) Monday, March 16, between the hours of 12:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

Internet options: Watch for notices on how to get digital devices and, if needed, free options for getting internet

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: The district will provide a car drive through, grab-and-go breakfast and lunch every weekday starting Monday, March 16th, at every district school.

Additional details: Find more information here

Rich School District

School dismissed for two weeks. This dismissal will be reevaluated at the end of two weeks.

Computer checkout: Information not available

Internet options: Information not available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Rich School District will provide breakfast and lunch for school age students. Your child’s account will be charged at their current price. “Grab and Go” meals can be picked up in either lunch room between 9:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.

Additional details: More details can be found here

Salt Lake City School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020):  A list of reminders for parents

Schools is dismissed for two weeks.

Computer checkout: Schools will distribute devices (computers or iPads) to students who do not have a computer in their home on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Devices will only be available for students in Grades 2-12. Each school will have a slightly different process for picking up the devices, so please check with your school principal for guidance and watch for directions at your school when you arrive. Devices will be checked out at your student’s school. If you have students who attend multiple schools, you will need to pick up a device at each school. Elementary schools will check out one (1) device for every two (2) students. Middle schools and high schools will check out one (1) device per student.

Internet options: Comcast is offering their Internet Essentials service to Salt Lake City School District families, and it includes two months of free Internet service, if you apply by April 30, 2020.

  • After your first two free months expire, you can either cancel the service (which you can do at any time) or keep it as a regular paying Internet Essentials customer for $9.95/month.
  • Salt Lake City School District has been pre-approved for a streamlined enrollment process. Call 855-846-8376 or apply online at . All you need to provide is your contact information and school name.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: In partnership with the Salt Lake Education Foundation, the Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office, and the Utah Food Bank, bags of food for families and hygiene kits for students will be available at all of our Community Learning Centers starting on Wednesday, March 18, on the following schedule:

  • Wednesday, March 18, 8am-12pm
  • Friday, March 20, 8am-12pm
  • Monday, March 23, 8am-12pm
  • Wednesday, March 25, 8am-12pm
  • Friday, March 27, 8am-12pm

The addresses for the Community Learning Centers are:

  • Rose Park CLC: 1105 W. 1000 N., Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
  • Liberty CLC: 1078 S. 300 E., Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
  • Glendale CLC: 1388 S. 1340 W. Navajo Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104

San Juan School District

In line with the newly announced guidance from the Statewide Coronavirus Taskforce, San Juan School District will immediately implement a districtwide two week dismissal.

Computer checkout: Parents and students should work closely with their child’s school to help facilitate a successful process of materials going from school to home, and home to school. Schools will be working closely with parents to facilitate this process.

Internet options: No information available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Breakfast and lunch “Grab and Go” type meals will be available to all children 18 years of age and younger starting on Tuesday, March 17th. Please check with your school for instructions of how to participate.

Additional details: All extracurricular events and practices will be cancelled or postponed starting Monday, March 16 and extending through Friday March 27th

Sevier School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): We have been told to plan for “continuation of out-of-school until further notice.” 

All schools under a mandatory two- week dismissal March 16-27. A school dismissal (soft close) means from school buildings, but facilities will be kept open. Teachers and staff will continue working their regular hours serving students through at-home learning.

Computer checkout: Schools will be expected to provide alternative forms of on-going instruction (online or otherwise) for students.

Internet options: No information available

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: The district will formulate a plan to continue food services to our students. Please watch for further communication. Parents should expect to see a program that will look very similar to our summer lunch program.


South Sanpete School District

Due to the COVID-19 situation and as per Governor Herbert and the Utah State Board of Education, all schools in Utah will be dismissed for two weeks beginning March 16, 2020.

Computer checkout: South Sanpete Schools are very prepared to provide online instruction due to our one-to-one efforts.  Each teacher will provide information to students/parents on how to access class materials.

Internet options: For families who do not have internet access at home, we are working with local providers to offer public access points for families (i.e. parks, school parking lots, etc.).  Additional information will be provided early next week.


Meals for students: School lunch will not be provided on Monday and Tuesday, March 16th and 17th but will be served beginning Wednesday, March 18th.  Additional information about when and where lunch will be served will be sent out on Monday, March 16th.

Additional details:

Tintic School District

Schools dismissed March 16-27, 2020. Students will not report to school, but this is not a closure. Facilities will be open, and teachers will report to work as normal. Remote learning will begin on March 18.

Computer checkout: No information available.

Internet options: Digital and hardcopy versions of learning modules will be available, but students will not be allowed in the schools after March 18. Remote learning will be communicated and coordinated through teachers.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Sack lunches will be provided to all K-12 students from Noon to 12:30 p.m. They will be available on school days from Monday, March 16 to Thursday, March 26 at the Eureka Elementary School parking lot. The district set up a Google document with a schedule and menu.

Additional details: More information about school dismissal and remote learning can be found

Tooele County School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): At this time, schools will be dismissed until April 10, 2020. Spring Break is scheduled for April 6-10. There will be no classwork assigned and no meals served during Spring Break.

There will be no classwork assigned and no meals served during Spring Break.

Computer checkout: Families were asked to fill out a computer and internet accessibility survey. Schools have been lending out electronic devices to families who need them. Please contact the school first for available pick-up times.

Internet options: For families who do not have internet, instructional/learning packets are available. Please contact the school or teacher to let them know an instructional packet is needed.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Sack lunches will be available beginning Tuesday, March 17. On average, 10,056 meals are being served each day. There are 13 designated schools that are serving grab and go breakfasts and lunches. As well as bus stops where bus drivers and a food service worker are handing out meals at specific times. This information has been distributed to families. More information can be found on the TCSD Child Nutrition page:

Additional details: Most additional information will be distributed to parents and students via email. Visit tooeleschools.or and the district and school social media sites for more information.

Uintah School District

UPDATE (3/23/2020): Welcome to the second week of home-based instruction. Utah Gov. Gary Herbert’s initial school dismissal order will expire this Friday, March 27. However, we expect that the governor will extend his order by another two weeks beyond Friday, based on information from Utah State Superintendent of Public Instruction Sydnee Dickson.

Students will not report to school for instruction March 16-27. Schools and teachers will prepared for online learning March 16-17, and begin home-based instruction. Additional details will be sent to parents. Principals are working on schedules for students to retrieve personal items from the schools.

Computer checkout: Additional information to come.

Internet options: No information available.

Daycare: Not available

Meals for students: Additional information to come.

Additional details: Visit for additional information as it becomes available.

Wasatch County School District

NOTE: A student in the Wasatch County School District has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. Wasatch County Health Department officials notified the district and an investigation is underway “to determine the extent of the student’s contact with other students and staff,” according to an email.

Schools are dismissed from March 17 through March 27.

Computer checkout: Students were given devices on Friday and available on Monday.

Internet options: Officials said households without internet should contact their principal to set up access.

Daycare options: Not available.

Meals for students: Lunch is available from 11 a.m. to noon on weekdays. Students can go to any school to pick up but they cannot eat in the building. Students picking up at Wasatch High should go to Timpanogos Middle School.

We are committed to serving members of our school community throughout the who will need food assistance during the next…

Posted by Wasatch County School District on Saturday, March 14, 2020

Additional details: The district released a Q&A answering questions.

Superintendent Sweat and Principal Johnson Answer School Dismissal Questions

Superintendent Paul Sweat and Wasatch High School Principal Tod Johnson sat down to answer important Q&As regarding the school dismissal beginning on Monday. Please email any additional questions to We want to thank our amazing staff and parents for their support and patience during this time. #WeAreWasatch #ExpectToExcel

Posted by Wasatch County School District on Saturday, March 14, 2020

Washington County School District


UPDATE (3/23/2020): We have added some additional bus and van stops to the free grab-and-go lunches. When picking up a lunch, please go to the location nearest you, as all ages are welcome at any bus or van stop. This service is intended for families most in need, but no child will be turned away. #OneUtah

Schools are dismissed from March 17 through March 27. This district is on spring break until March 20.

Computer checkout: Information will be released on Wednesday.

Internet options: District officials said a few local providers offering free internet for low-income families over the next 30-60 days. Parents will need to reach out and make these arrangements directly with these companies. Greater Washington County residents can contact TDS at 1-888-287-8156. Water Canyon and Enterprise families can contact South Central Communications.

Daycare: Not available.

Meals for students: Grab and go meals will begin on March 23.

Additional details: Can be found on the district’s website. Officials said to look for a red banner at the top for the latest information.

Wayne County School District

Schools are dismissed from March 17 through March 27.

Computer checkout: Teachers will provide online education using the student’s school-provided iPads starting Thursday, March 19.

Internet options: Contact your principal.

Daycare: Not available.

Meals for students: Not immediately available — anyone with questions or concerns was asked to contact their school principals.

Additional details: Available on the district’s website.

Weber School District

Schools are dismissed from March 17 through March 27. Spring break will remain as scheduled, running from March 30 through April 3.

Computer checkout: “In those rare instances where students cannot access the internet at home or may not have a computer available, they can come to the school between the hours of 8:30 a.m. through noon.” Chromebooks will be available for checkout.

Internet options: Affordable internet is available through Comcast through their Internet Essentials program. Service costs $9.95 per month. Internet speed has been increased for all customers. Details available at

Daycare: Not available.

Meals for students: “Grab and Go” sack lunches will be provided for students. Schools that provided breakfast will also provide a “Grab and Go” morning meal as well. A full list of schools providing meals can be found here.

Additional details: The Weber School District has more information on the soft closure here.

Coronavirus Resources

How Do I Prevent It?

The CDC has some simple recommendations, most of which are the same for preventing other respiratory illnesses or the flu:

  • Avoid close contact with people who may be sick
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing. Always wash your hands with soap and water if your hands are visibly dirty.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

The CDC does not recommend wearing a face mask respirator to protect yourself from coronavirus unless a healthcare professional recommends it.

How To Get Help

If you’re worried you may have COVID-19, you can contact the Utah Coronavirus Information Line at 1-800-456-7707 to speak to trained healthcare professionals. You can also use telehealth service through your healthcare providers.

Additional Resources

If  you see evidence of PRICE GOUGING, the Utah Attorney General’s Office wants you to report it. Common items in question include toilet paper, water, hand sanitizer, certain household cleaners, and even cold medicine and baby formula. Authorities are asking anyone who sees price gouging to report it to the Utah Division of Consumer Protection at 801-530-6601 or 800-721-7233. The division can also be reached by email at

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