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Black History Month
We Celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history.

Learn more about Black History Month

Superintendent Search
Superintendent Search Survey Extended

We need your feedback to help guide the Board's decision-making as they work to find our school district's next superintendent.

Take the survey today

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Early Open Enrollment and School Choice

Are you wondering which school is right for your child? Parents can apply to have their students attend a school outside of their neighborhood boundaries. 

Learn about our school choice options

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Winter Weather Guidelines

District schools will be open on all regularly scheduled school days unless circumstances create health or safety issues.

Read our weather closure guidelines

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Superintendent’s Blog

Welcome to the new Superintendent’s Blog: your chance to ask questions and get answers in a weekly blog. 

Read the blog

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Telehealth Therapy

Salt Lake City School District has a partnership with Odyssey House to provide free Telehealth School-based Therapy to any student.

More Telehealth Therapy Information

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We have moved.

The district administrative offices have moved to a new, temporary location, just four blocks south of our former building.

Why we moved

Excellence and Equity:

every student, every classroom, every day.


Our Mission

Feasibility Studies


Studying our schools


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Looking for a job?

Explore the many job opportunities in our district.


Covid-19 Info


We want to keep you informed about our efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Our Foundation

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At A Glance

Our Mission


schools in our district, including K-8, online, and charter schools

For Families


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languages spoken by our students



percent of our students come from low-income households 

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percent of our students are English Language Learners