Which Utah schools are remote and which schools are in person?
Updated 5:49 p.m.Jan. 20, 2022
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox along with Utah legislative leaders have placed a temporary hold on Test to Stay protocols due to a lack of Utah Department of Health testing resources among surging cases of COVID-19.
These are the Utah schools that have moved to remote learning in the Alpine, Weber, Davis, Murray, Salt Lake City, and Tooele County school districts.
Alpine School District
As of Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, no schools in the Alpine School District were classified as remote learning The district updates parents at this webpage.
On Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, the Davis County Health Department informed the Davis School District that 19 of its schools had reached the Test to Stay threshold and would be moving to remote learning. They are as follows (more information can be found here.)
Davis District remote learning Jan. 19 through Jan. 24, 2022:
- Bountiful High
- Centennial Jr. High
- Centerville Jr. High
- Clearfield High
- Davis High
- Fairfield Jr. High
- Farmington High
- Farmington Jr. High
- Kaysville Jr. High
- Legacy Jr. High
- Millcreek Jr. High
- Mueller Park Jr. High
- North Davis Jr. High
- Northridge High
- Shoreline Jr. High
- South Davis Jr. High
- Syracuse High
- Syracuse Jr. High
- West Point Jr. High
Davis District remote learning Jan. 20 through Jan. 25, 2022:
- Central Davis Jr. High
- Creekside Elementary
- Foxboro Elementary
Davis District remote learning Jan. 21 through Jan. 25, 2022:
- North Layton Junior High School
- West Clinton Elementary School.
Murray City School District
As of Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022, all schools within the Murray City School District are in in-person learning.
Salt Lake City School District
Citing increasing student and employee absences due to COVID-19, the Salt Lake City School District Board of Education voted unanimously to have all district schools temporarily move to remote learning on the following dates:
- Wednesday, Jan. 19
- Thursday, Jan. 20
- Friday, Jan. 21
In-person learning is scheduled to resume on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022. More information is available here.
Tooele County School District
As of January 19, 2022, no schools in the Tooele County School District had reported a move to remote learning. The district offers COVID-19 updates relative to students and parents here.
Weber School District
As of Wed., January 19, 2022, there were four schools in the Weber School District that have moved to remote learning.
- Freemont High, Jan. 18 through Jan. 21.
- Weber High, Jan. 18 through Jan. 21.
- Roy High School, Jan. 19 through Fri. Jan 21.
- Roy Jr. High, Jan. 20 through Jan. 24
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- Weber High School surpasses COVID-19 case threshold, moves online
How To Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus (updated Jan. 2022)
The novel coronavirus COVID-19 spreads from person to person, similar to the common cold and the flu. So, to prevent it from spreading:
- Get vaccinated. If you are vaccinated, get your booster shot.
- Wear a mask. Here are the current CDC recommendations (as of Jan. 12, 2022):
- People aged 2 years and older who are not vaccinated should wear a face covering when indoors.
- When outdoors, masks are generally not needed unless you are in a crowded setting.
- Even if they are vaccinated, people with weakened immune systems may still be at risk and should wear a mask indoors.
- Masks should be worn indoors in public in high transmission areas.
- Masks that cover your nose and mouth are required to be worn on planes, busses, trains, and other public transportation when traveling into, within, or out of the United States.
- Stay six feet away from others (social distancing) especially if you are at high risk.
- Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces.
- Testing. There are several types of tests for you to use if you suspect you are sick. These include viral and antibody tests, conducted by others or by you in your home (self-tests).
- If you test positive, you should isolate. The CDC now recommends a five-day isolation period, followed by five days of mask-wearing when around others.
Utah Coronavirus Information Line – 1-800-456-7707
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