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2019 Employees of the Year

Every year, Tooele County School District recognizes outstanding employees who devote their professional lives to enriching the lives of our students. We thank them for all they do! Please congratulate our 2019 EMPLOYEES OF THE YEAR! (Click on title for list of awardees.)
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Back to school information!

Dear Students and Parents,
Welcome back! My name is Krista Sparks and I have accepted the Principal position at CNJJHS. I have been the Assistant Principal the past two years, so I am ready to continue all the amazing traditions and excellence we expect here at CNJ. Thomas Trotter will be our Assistant Principal. As we get to know you, we hope you will get to know us as well. We are excited for the upcoming school year and our hope is that each of you are refreshed and ready for an awesome new year. Here are a few points of interest that are important for you to know.
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Registration Schedule

School Registration begins next week. Please see the image below for the full schedule.
Also, don't forget to complete your annual on-line registration, (online registration must be completed for new and existing students), http://sites.tooeleschools.org/rl/.

If there are any questions about registration please contact your student's school, http://tiny.cc/TCSDschools
Or, call the district office at 435-833-1900.
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16th Annual Back-To-School Closet

Tooele County School District and partners will be hosting the 16th annual Back-to-School Closet August 3, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Blue Peak High School/Tooele Community Learning Center, (211 S. Tooele Blvd., Tooele, UT 84074). Tooele County School District students and families are invited to attend.
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A look back at the 2018 Teacher of the Year

If you ask one of Samantha Liptac’s fourth-grade students what a mistake is, they will likely respond with one of her favorite mottos, “Mistakes are proof you are trying.”

Liptac prominently displays the phrase in her classroom throughout the school year. She uses it to remind students it is okay to make mistakes, especially when they learn from them.

But it certainly was no mistake Liptac was selected as the 2018 Tooele County School District Teacher of the Year.
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