In case of emergency with facilities or students, during weekend times or off school time, please contact Dr. Ember Conley at 435-659-7591.
Bright Futures Launches at Park City High School
SUMMER ACADEMY BEGINS AUGUST 1, 2016
The NEW Bright Futures program will dramatically increase the number of first generation college students enrolling in -- and graduating from -- college. Did you know that nationally only 25% of first generation students make it to college graduation? We can change those odds for our Park City kids!
Bright Futures will address the unique challenges these students face as they prepare for, apply to, attend and complete college. Twenty 10th graders will kick off the program this August 1 - 5 with an intensive Summer Academy. Students will then work together throughout the next several years to develop self-advocacy skills and build a peer-to-peer support system in high school, which will continue to provide support while they move through college. The program is open to any student who wants to join.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, contact Coordinator Rebeca Gonzales: email@example.com.
Bright Futures is supported by Park City Education Foundation, Park City Community Foundation, Park City Municipal, and individual donors who are investing in the future of these students and Park City. If you are interested in supporting this program please contact Abby McNulty at PCEF, firstname.lastname@example.org.
EPA Work - Kearns Campus
Begins Monday, July 25
- Starts at Comstock & works to the east side of Treasure Mountain Jr. High
- Remove current cap
- Remove top 6 inches of soil (to be trucked offsite)
- Replace with new topsoil
- Refurbish landscaping
- Expected to be compete by first week in August
Scheduled to begin August 8 (completion expected by August 21)
- Starts at Kearns and stops just short of the wetlands
- Includes recreational fields and area around the District Office (fields closed during construction)
- Same process as Phase One
1. From 7A - 7P, trucks will enter / exit Treasure Mountain Junior High via Kearns Boulevard. There will be no lane closures, but flaggers may help trucks enter and exit.
2. The entrance to the bike tunnel under Kearns Blvd. may close briefly at the Comstock entrance during construction. Access to the path along school property and recreation fields will be restricted.
3. Parking lots at Treasure Mountain may be closed during the project.
Park City typically requires sprinklers not be used during the day. However, during construction, sprinklers will be used to keep soil damp and eliminate dust exposure. It's also likely you'll see workers wearing Tyvek suits - this is to limit their longterm exposure to contaminants -- and to keep clothing clean.
If you have any questions, please email us: email@example.com.
Welcome to Kindergarten!
2016-2017 Kindergarten registration is now open. Please complete the online registration by clicking on the link below. Your child must be 5 on or before September 01, 2016. There are no exceptions to this as it is State law.
Once you have completed the online registration you need to bring a birth certificate, proof of residency and immunization records to your child's school to complete your new Kindergarten registration.
Kindergarten Registration 2016-2017
¡Bienvenido al jardín de infantes!
2016-2017 Kinder inscripción ya está abierto. Por favor complete el registro en línea haciendo clic en el enlace de más abajo. Su hijo debe ser de 5 en o antes del 01 de septiembre de 2016. No hay excepciones a esto ya que es ley del estado.
Una vez haya completado el registro en línea que usted necesita traer un certificado de nacimiento, prueba de residencia y vacunación a su escuela para completar el nuevo registro de Kinder.
Kindergarten Registration - Spanish
15 TO CLEAN!
Over the next three years, Park City School District will plate up more nutritious food - while also appealing to our little ones' palates.
15 TO CLEAN means 15 ingredients will be plucked out and packed away - for good - to make our offerings to students more healthful. To ensure kids try the food - and like it! - we will educate our students about the newer, healthier options. We continue to work in conjunction with a number of experts in our community, like a chef from Deer Valley and the EATS Park City team (EATS stands for Eat Awesome Things At School). We're collaborating on things like ingredient selection, recipe creation and, everyone's favorite, elementary school taste tests!
Our Child Nutrition Task Force will tackle 5 ingredients to excise from the menu (district-wide) over the course of each school year, starting in September, 2016. Here are the first five:
2. High-Fructose Corn Syrup
5. Sulphites / Sulfites
During the summer it is easy to forget about school, homework, and making a lunch! Don't forget that this summer the PCSD Summer Food Program will be serving FREE Breakfast and Lunch to all children ages 18 and younger! Now you can rest assured knowing you don't have to make three meals a day! Come to McPolin Elementary school for Breakfast at 8:30am-9:30am and Lunch at 11:30am-12:30pm! Breakfast and Lunch will only be served Monday through Thursday! Can't wait for you to join us!
Beginning June 6, 2016, the Park City School District Office hours will be 8:00-4:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and we will be closed on Fridays.
Our normal business hours of Monday-Friday 7:30-4:30 p.m. will resume on Monday, August 1, 2016.
Nothing is more important than our students' health and safety. The Park City School District is committed to initiating ongoing conversations about our students' needs - and engaging our community to come up with collective solutions.
Please take a moment to peruse the links below. They outline discussions from the Mental Health and Student Safety panel (held on Monday, May 23).
We also invite you to join us this fall for the kickoff of an annual, comprehensive Student Health and Safety Event. Topics will include mental health, physical health, nutrition, school safety, safety online, etc. If you would like to participate, please email Community Relations Specialist Molly Miller firstname.lastname@example.org.
On March 24, the community-led committee examining start times for Park City schools held its first public information night. Video of the entire meeting is available through the link below. The slide presentation (which outlines research and possible bell times) is also available.
A survey will be distributed in the coming days, as the committee works to determine where the community stands on the idea of adjusting start times.
Links to results from What Counts meetings and post-bond surveys are now available.
Click on "Community Feedback" on the right side of this page. The information is also available through this link:
A number of decisions about what to do next, based on the information gathered in the meetings and surveys, will be made in an all-day Board of Education work session scheduled for March 15.
We always want to hear from you and encourage you to contact us at any time. Please reach out to Community Relations Specialist Molly Miller with comments, questions or concerns: email@example.com.