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In case of emergency with facilities or students, during weekend times or off school time, please contact Dr. Ember Conley at 435-659-7591.

  • Ecker Hill Middle School honored Jen Hales, as the Teacher of the Month.

  • Mary Kelsch was chosen as the Classified Employee of the Month from Ecker Hill Middle School.

Fiesta Friday Breakfast at McPolin

The Morning Meals Matters program sponsored by the Park City Education Foundation concluded at McPolin on Friday with a Mexican themed breakfast with Huevos Rancheros, whole wheat tortillas, black beans, fresh fruit and included homemade salsas from Mi Tierra Restaurant and Pumpkin Zucchini muffins baked by the Park City Medical Center. Teachers and administrators came to eat with the kids and all enjoyed the food as well as the festive atmosphere. During the program, students learned why eating a healthy breakfast is important and how to choose healthier options. School breakfast participation increased 22% during the four week period. Thank you to Jackie and Lisa, the McPolin Lunch Ladies, for their extra efforts!

PCHS Musical: Little Shop of Horrors

Thursday-Saturday, November 20-22:
Thursday-Saturday evenings at 7:00 PM and
Saturday matinee at 2:00 PM on November 22
Eccles Center at Park City High School, 1750 Kearns Blvd., Park City

A production of PCHS Drama, Music & Dance Departments
Featuring a live pit orchestra
Directed by Zac Zumbrunnen
Tickets: General Admission $7 / Students $5; available at the door

Synopsis: The 1982 comedy horror rock musical Little Shop of Horrors was based on Roger Corman's low-budget 1960 black comedy film classic. It tells the tale of a hapless skid-row florist shop employee with newfound fame, prosperity, and a girlfriend - all thanks to his rather unusual plant with a taste for human blood. Book and lyrics by Howard Ashman are set to music by composer Alan Menken in the style of early 1960s rock and roll, doo-wop, and early Motown.

Apple Education Recognition Program

Park City School District is pleased to announce that it has been named an Apple Distinguished Program for 2014 to 2016 for its implementation of Mac Books technology into the learning experience. Park City School District is in its fifth year of a 1:1 Mac Book program that was a product of a comprehensive pilot program and technology integration training for teachers that began in 2008.

The Apple Distinguished Program designation is reserved for districts that meet criteria for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence, and demonstrate Appleā€™s vision of exemplary learning environments.

SAGE Test Results

Online information available to the public is scheduled to include State level, District level, School and Grade Level results. Individual student reports for those that were tested in Math, Language Arts and Science will include 8 pages of information. We are currently coordinating with all schools on when the reports will be sent home.

The following are links for parents to additional information for SAGE:

The Data Gateway contains the SAGE school and grade level results from the spring 2014 end of year testing. After arriving on this site, you can choose which school(s) and grade(s) you want to view.