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In case of emergency with facilities or students, during weekend times or off school time, please contact Interim Superintendent David Gomez at 435-645-5600.

Superintendent Search

The Park City Board of Education is inviting district employees and community members to form a 10-member committee to assist the board in the interview process for the position of the new Park City School District Superintendent.

Members of this committee must be able to be present for an orientation meeting May 4 from 5-7 p.m. as well as present for the interviews on Saturday, May 5.

Based on a group size of 10, the committee will be comprised of five school district employees and five at-large community members.

Applications are due Monday, April 23, at 5 p.m., and should be sent via email to Board President Andrew Caplan, acaplan@pcschools.us.

Those applying are asked to include the following responses to the questions below in your email. Applicants are also welcome to attach a resume with the email.

Questions for PCSD Employees

–Why would you like to be on the Superintendent interview committee?

–If you have participated on interviews or hiring committees in the past, please tell us about your experience.

–We hope to have a mix of PCSD employment length and roles on the committee. Tell us how long you have been employed by Park City School District.

–What is your current role and what have your previous roles been?

–What is the single most important characteristic for the next Superintendent to possess?Please feel free to include any other relevant information that you wish to share.

Questions for Community Members

–Why would you like to be on the Superintendent interview committee?

–What previous experience do you have on interview committees or in hiring personnel?

–How long have you lived in the Park City School District?

–Do you have children currently in the district or who have attended PCSD schools in the past? If so, please list their ages and which schools the attend/have attended.

–What is your current or past involvement in the school district? Please list all relevant participation in committee work, volunteering, and relevant work in the field of education.

–What is the single most important characteristic for the next Superintendent to possess?

–Please feel free to include any other relevant information that you wish to share.

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2018-19 Kindergarten Online Registration

Online registration for students entering kindergarten for the 2018-19 school year is now available. State law requires students to be age 5 by Sept. 1.

New Student 2018-19 Online Registration is available here:

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Spanish

The registration process includes providing the school secretary/registrar with the following required documents:

–Current immunizations
–Vision screening for kindergarten students
–Proof of residency is required every year - Proof of Residency
guardianship papers
–Name/address/phone/fax or school last attended
–Copy of student's birth certificate

Registration is not complete until the above information is provided to the school.
Once all information is received and you are living in the district, your student will be entered into our database/scheduling system.

Superintendent Opening

Superintendent Ember Conley announced she will not seek renewal of her current contract. Her last day as superintendent will be June 30, 2018. The Board of Education has retained the services of HYA Executive Search to conduct a nationwide search through March 31.

The 12-member search committee will interview candidates and present five to seven candidates to the board. Initial interviews with the board will be April 27-28, followed by semi-finalist interviews with the board May 5-6. A public announcement will be made following a site visit and an extensive background check.

The opening can be viewed here.
Overview of Park City School District here.

Leadership Profile

Board Updates Strategic Plan - 2018-2022

Our Mission

The mission of Park City School District is to inspire and support all students equitably to achieve their academic and social potential.

Our Vision

Park City School District is student-centered with a focus and emphasis on the whole child — our students are safe, supported, engaged, challenged, and healthy.

Our Values

Academic Success

We are committed to engaging all students to reach their full potential no matter where they are in their academic journeys.

Leadership

We are committed to continuous development, accountability, and transparency.

Excellent Personnel

We are committed to hiring the best and the brightest staff in a transparent and fair manner.

Communication

We are committed to communicating with all stakeholders in an open, timely, and consistent manner.

Community Alliances

We are committed to a culture of collaboration with our community partners.

Our Strategic Goals

Strategic Goal 1 (Academic Success)

Develop the potential of every student through data-driven and best learning practices to be academically successful and prepared for life beyond graduation. Provide safe, optimal and equitable learning environments for all students and staff.

Strategic Goal 2 (Leadership)

Provide district wide leadership that exhibits transparency, clarity and accountability at all times and in all situations.

Strategic Goal 3 (Excellent Personnel)

Create a culture of respect for all employees through recruiting, retaining, and providing professional development, while building the district’s leadership capacity.

Strategic Goal 4 (Communication)

Continuously deliver efficient, effective, and transparent communication about the district.

Strategic Goal 5 (Community Alliances)

Partner with families and the community for the general well-being and education of our collective student base while including a culture of inclusiveness and respect for the rich diversity of our community.

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PCSD Chat is District's New Text message System for Parents

Park City School District launched a new communications tool today, Oct. 25, in an effort to help parents stay better informed. “PCSD Chat” is a two-way text message system that allows parents/guardians to receive texts from the school district.

“The best part of the system is that it also allows parents to text us,” said Melinda Colton, director of Communications. “This allows us to be more responsive and provide immediate answers.”
Once parents receive the text tomorrow, they can simply add the V-card into their contact list by clicking the link.

Park City is the first school district in the country to use this system which was developed by AtlasRTX, a company based in Park City. “As a Park City parent, I couldn’t be more honored for our company to partner with our own school district,” said Bassam Salem, CEO of AtlasRTX. “This will showcase the future of community engagement: from the convenience of a mobile phone or online, in real-time with district staff backed by an artificial intelligence 'chatbot,' and in any language, so it is inclusive of every member of our community; that is the vision for PCSD Chat.”

The district is just about ready to pilot this text message program this year at the school level at Trailside Elementary and is calling it “Trailside Chat.” If successful, Colton said the system will be available at all PCSD schools at a later date.

“Not only can we text parents about important events, but we can also keep them informed about what the Board is doing and alert them in case of an emergency,” Colton said. “The benefits of having such immediate communication with our parents are endless.”

Community members and employees are welcome to join the texting service by simply texting your first and last name to 435-602-4444 or registering via the PCSD website.

PCSD will continue to use SchoolMessenger to email parents general district announcements.

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