Join us Wednesday, June 23, from noon to 3 p.m. for the grand opening of Elevated Eats, a nonprofit restaurant and catering company dedicated to helping families in the Tooele County School District pay off school meal balances.
The restaurant is open to the public and is located in the corridor between Detroit Diesel and our main office at 92 Lodestone Way, Tooele. The ceremonial ribbon cutting will take place at noon. Elevated Eats offers various food items including hamburgers, fries, hot daily specials featuring Asian, Mexican, Italian and American cuisine, a daily salad bar, and a build your own sandwich option.
We hope to see you there.
Our Summer Feeding Program began on Monday, June 7. Curbside pick-up of free breakfast and lunch meals will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 - 11 a.m. for most locations across the county. For specific times and site locations please visit: https://www.tooeleschools.org/apps/pages/summermeals
Meals are for those who are aged 18 and under. Anyone with a disability, regardless of age, may also receive the meals.
18KTooele County School District is K-12 with approximately 18,000 students enrolled.26TCSD has 15 elementary schools, 3 junior highs, 4 high schools, 1 K-12 school, 1 special education pre-K, 1 alternative school, and 1 online K-12 school.8 DLITCSD has 8 schools with a Dual Language Immersion program. We offer open enrollment DLI in French, German, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.7,286 Sq MilesThe boundaries of TCSD cover 7,286 square miles.69%Of the 2018-19 graduating class, 69% of those graduates were Career and Technical Education pathway completers. The state average is 20%.1:1Wendover High, Dugway K-12, Ibapah Elementary and Vernon Elementary have laptops for every student.