Tooele High School Moves To Online Learning For Two Weeks
TOOELE, Utah – School officials said Tooele High School will move to online learning after 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the school, according to a letter sent to families.
The letter said online instruction will start Monday, Oct. 12, since Fridays are normally distance learning days.
Officials said the school will go through deep cleaning while students are out of the building.
Students will return to school Monday, October 26.
Tooele High School has reached the 15-case threshold for COVID-19 positive cases in a school and will be moving to…
The letter said because fall break comes during the two-week period, students will miss only 6.5 in-person instructional days, leaving 7.5 days for remote learning.
The school sent a class schedule with the letter Thursday.
All extra-curricular activities like athletics and performing arts will continue as scheduled.
More information can be found tooeleschools.org.
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