Park City School District


Community Ed


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

  • Thursday, March 2, 2017

    Celebrate Dr. Seuss' Birthday by reading to students! To sign up and read to a class, click on the links below:


    Read to students for half an hour and PCEF will buy a book for their classroom library!

School Board Meeting Today

The Board of Education meets at 3 this afternoon. The first item on the agenda is closed session; open session is expected to start at about 4.

Please join us at the District Office (2700 Kearns Blvd.) to hear potential decisions about facilities and financing and to participate in public comment.

Click HERE for today's Board of Education agenda.


Resilience Week In Park City: March 6 - 8, 2017

Park City School District is working with CONNECT, The Speedy Foundation, and many other community partners, to present Resilience Week in Park City.

The week will include the screening of three powerful, award winning films to create crucial dialogue within our community. All of the events are free and the entire family is welcome.

Monday, March 6th
5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Park City High School Lecture Hall
Screening of Hope Lives: Preventing Teen Suicide

Utah’s suicide rate has always been higher than that of the rest of the nation. Among teens ages 10 to 17, the suicide rate has tripled in less than a decade. On average, two Utah teens attempt to end their lives every day. Hope Lives provides hope through the stories of survivors and of innovative approaches schools are taking to prevent suicide.

The film will be accompanied by student panels, information tables, and refreshments.

Tuesday March 7th
6 - 8 p.m. at Jim Santy Auditorium (3rd floor of the Park City Library)
Screening of Paper Tigers

More than two decades ago, two respected researchers published the game-changing Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. It revealed a troubling but irrefutable phenomenon: the more traumatic experiences the respondents had as children (such as physical and emotional abuse and neglect), the more likely they were to develop health problems later in life.

However, this very same study contains the seed of hope: all of the above-mentioned risk factors—behavioral as well as physiological—can be offset by the presence of one dependable and caring adult. It doesn’t need to be the mother or the father. It doesn’t even need to be a close or distant relative. More often than not, that stable, caring adult is a teacher. Set within and around the campus of Lincoln Alternative High School in the rural community of Walla Walla, Washington, Paper Tigers asks the following questions: What does it mean to be a trauma-informed school? And how do you educate teens whose childhood experiences have left them with a brain and body ill-suited to learn?

Following the film, we will hear from Authentic Strengths author Fatima Doman who will reveal how resilience, positive psychology, and the 24 character strengths are often viewed as the antidote to adverse childhood experiences.

Wednesday, March 8th
5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Park City High School Lecture Hall
Screening of Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope

Resilience reveals that toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back.

Trailblazers in pediatrics, education, and social welfare are using cutting-edge science and field-tested therapies to protect children from the insidious effects of toxic stress—and the dark legacy of a childhood that no child would choose.

The film will be followed by discussion from a panel of counselors, clinicians, and teachers who will explore what it means to be resilient and offer hope and protection for our children.



Sign up to read to a student and the Park City Education Foundation will buy a book for their classroom library.

Jeremy Ranch Elementary
McPolin Elementary
Parley's Park Elementary
Trailside Elementary

Sponsored by PCEF

Feedback Requested: 2018-2019 Calendar

The Calendar Committee met on February 13, 2017 - below is an update from the meeting.


  • Maximize learning time & mastery of concepts
  • Maximize student participation in student activities
  • Accommodate required state staff training

Comments about proposed calendar were discussed and a modified calendar was developed.
The committee examined the following:

  • Earlier August start is problematic for elementary staff: no air conditioning
  • Earlier August start is GOOD for HS staff: allows more instructional time for college prep classes, as measured on ACT and AP Exams.
  • Moving the proposed August date one week later is a compromise to both levels.
  • Since we moved the August start date, the end date will be the first week of June, which allows our counselors and kindergarten teachers to attend required training the second week of June.

(These modifications do help our students attending career and technology classes in Wasatch
to be at least one week closer to their schedule.)

  • Based on feedback - a full week off in February is overwhelmingly desired -- this means we will have to compromise with a shortened Winter Holiday (December) break.
  • We are providing the new draft of the 2018-19 calendar. If there are issues or needs we have overlooked, please reach out to the appropriate representative listed below. We have established a timeline to complete this work:
  • FEEDBACK DEADLINE: March 3, 2017
  • Calendar committee will then create a final draft calendar with that input
  • Final draft expected: March 14, 2017
  • Final draft presented to Board for approval: March 21, 2017

Click "more" to see calendar draft and committee representatives to whom you can provide feedback.

Calendar committee representatives:

  • Elementary - Brecon Sorensen
  • Middle School/Junior High - Sam Thompson
  • High School - Melissa Nicolai
  • Athletics - Jamie Sheetz
  • District - Lorie Pearce and Ember Conley


PCSD Parent Link

Text Pilot Program at Ecker Hill Middle School

From now until the end of the school year, Ecker Hill Middle School will use PCSD Parent Link (a text platform) as a way to inform you of events and to get your feedback. Please feel free to join in, even if your kids go to different schools, if you'd like to try this tool and provide feedback to PCSD on your user experience.

Once you complete a quick sign-up process, you'll be part of our soft-launch (we expect to go school-wide by mid-March) test group. You have the option to stop getting texts at any time. You can also re-subscribe at any time.


You'll receive this notification on your phone:

"Thank you for registering with PCSD Parent Link, a pilot program for texting at EHMS. From now until the end of the school year, we will use this text platform to inform you of events and to get your feedback. For more information about this program, go to

To reach us with comments or questions, just text us right here! Text STOP to unsubscribe from these texts."

PCSD Parent Link is powered by local startup atlasRTX.

Contact: Molly Miller,


Recent News

Kindergarten Registration

If you have a child who will be five years old by September 1st of this year, and you live within the Park City School District boundary, you may register for Kindergarten through the online registration system. You will need to provide proof of residency, an original birth certificate and immunization records. New Student Registration 2017-2018

If you live outside of the district boundary, or you wish to attend a school outside of your school boundary, you will need to go through the open enrollment process Open Enrollment

Kindergarten Orientations will be scheduled by each school and will posted on the school websites.

McPolin Kindergarten Orientation: March 23, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. or 5:00 p.m.


Jeans & Lattes Schedule

Jeans & Lattes is a way for you to have time to talk with Superintendent Conley in an informal, small group setting. We meet most Fridays from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. at Hugo Coffee Roasters (Kimball Junction location), in the conference table area. Thank you to the Park City Chamber for donating the space for us to use!


  • No Jeans & Lattes scheduled this month


  • Friday, March 10: 8:30 - 9:30AM
  • Friday, March 17: 8:30 - 9:30AM
  • Friday, March 24: NO JEANS & LATTES (Dr. Conley at National School Boards Association)
  • Friday, March 31: 8:30 - 9:30AM


  • Friday, April 7: 8:30 - 9:30AM
  • Friday, April 14: NO JEANS & LATTES (Spring Recess)
  • Friday April 21: 8:30 - 9:30AM


  • Friday, May 5: 8:30 - 9:30AM
  • Friday, May 12: 8:30 - 9:30AM
  • Friday, May 19: 8:30 - 9:30AM
  • Friday, May 26: 8:30 - 9:30AM --> LAST JEANS & LATTES FOR THE YEAR



New Student Registration

2017-2018 new student registration is now open for Elementary Schools only. You will be able to register your students in grades 6-12 starting in June 2017.

If you are new to Park City School District or were not an active student at the end of last school year, please complete the new student online registration by clicking on the link below. Your child must be 5 on or before September 01, 2017 before you can enroll them in Kindergarten. There are no exceptions to this as it is State law.

If your student is attending Park City School District Pre-School please do not fill out the New Student Registration, your student is currently enrolled.

New Student Registration 2017-2018

Once you have completed the online registration you need to bring the necessary documentation to your child’s school to complete process of registration.

New Student Registration 2017-2018 - Spanish



Welcome to Park City School District!
2016-2017 new student registration is now open. If you are new to Park City School District or were not an active student at the end of last school year, please complete the new student online registration by clicking on the link below. Your child must be 5 on or before September 01, 2016 before you can enroll them in Kindergarten. There are no exceptions to this as it is State law.

Once you have completed the online registration you need to bring the necessary documentation to your child’s school to complete process of registration.

New Student Registration 2016-2017

¡Bienvenido Park City School District!
2016-2017 registro escolar está abierto. Si eres nuevo a Park City School District o carecían de un alumno activo a finales del año pasado, por favor complete el registro en línea de estudiantes nuevos haciendo clic en el enlace de más abajo. Su hijo debe ser de 5 en o antes del 01 de septiembre de 2016 antes les puede inscribirse en el Kinder. No hay excepciones a esto ya que es ley del estado.

Una vez haya completado el registro en línea usted necesita traer la documentación necesaria para su hijo de escuela para completar el proceso de registro.

New Student Registration 2016-2017 - Spanish


School Start Times Are Changing As Early As Next Year (Sept. 2017)


Park City School District has awarded the transportation consultant contract to School Bus Consultants. The consultant will begin site visits January 2017.

Superintendent Conley has determined that, in an effort to keep the best interests of all Park City School District students a priority, when school start times change: no elementary school will begin earlier than 7:50 a.m.

In August of 2016, the Park City Board of Education approved a motion to "move forward with charging an implementation committee for starting the school daily start time for ALL SCHOOLS, with the high school starting no earlier than 8:30 a.m., with the committee making a recommendation based on operational, financial, student health and safety considerations."

Click HERE for the latest on the Start Times Implementation Task Force's work.

We strongly encourage you to email comments, concerns, challenges and general feedback to Molly Miller:


What Counts & Post-Bond Survey Results

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: