Park City School District


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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.

Park City School District Welcomes Local Parent and Business Woman to Park City Board of Education

Anne Peters has been involved in her child’s education at McPolin Elementary for nearly a decade and has served Park City School District in many ways. She has established relationships with teachers, specialists, and administration, been involved with several committees, including multiple hiring teams for McPolin staff positions, and most recently worked as a substitute teacher. Anne has developed a deep understanding of the workings of one school -- and the desire to participate in an even bigger way.

Professionally, Anne has years of experience managing teams, collaborating, problem-solving, creating new pathways and building bridges. She is the founder and principal of Park City-based agency Crosspointe Designs. Prior to that, Anne worked as an executive -- primarily in the fashion industry -- for companies such as Sundance Catalog, Kate Spade, and Tommy Hilfiger USA.

When asked why she wanted to be a member of the Board of Education, Anne responded: “The position on the board is a great opportunity for me to give back to the community that has supported us unconditionally… My nature is to collaborate, seek out solutions, analyze data but factor the human component into a situation. I think of issues holistically understanding the ripple effect and how it impacts others. I can be passionate yet reasonable and know when to push back and when to let it go. It would be an honor to serve on the Board of Education.”

Anne will be sworn in during the Tuesday, June 20 Regular Session of the Park City Board of Education. The meeting begins at 3 p.m. and will be held at the Park City School District Office, 2700 Kearns Blvd. Anne will serve on the Board of Education for the remainder of the District 1 term, which ends in December of 2018, and will have the opportunity to run for reelection in November of 2018.


District Office Summer Hours

Monday - Thursday
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Friday - Closed

Normal hours resume Monday, July 31.


If you are new to the Park City School District, or were not an active student at the end of last school year, please see the New Student Registration (New Enrollments) section on the Registration page.

Children must be five years old on or before September 1 to enroll in Kindergarten (per state law, no exceptions). If your student is attending Park City School District Preschool, your student is already enrolled and you don't need to complete new student registration.

School Start Times Update

In the June 6 Special Regular Session, the Park City Board of Education unanimously passed a motion to go forward with planning to move to a later start time with a 2-bell schedule, and to work with Park City and Summit County on solutions for the traffic issues.

The target implementation for this is the 2018 - 2019 school year.

Start Times Survey Results

School Start Times Motion Specifics

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Recent News

Tax Impact Calculator

The Park City Board of Education has decided to put a bond proposal on the November 2017 ballot (the total amount of the bond has not been finalized). In the event that a bond is not passed by voters, the Board has determined that a tax levy will be charged to fund critical growth projects for Park City School District.

We've created a Tax Impact Calculator to help you explore how each financing option may impact your bottom line.
BoadDocs will open; click on "tax impact calculator."

It will look like this:

The calculator has three tabs on the bottom: Bond, Levy, and Present Value (PV).

Here's how it works:


  • You can change the value of things like bond amount, interest rate, primary residence, etc.
  • It calculates the *ESTIMATED* cost
  • Look for the lines Primary Home Annual Amount and Primary Home Monthly Amount to see impact


  • You can adjust the number on the line under Capitol Levy Option
  • Numbers will change accordingly
  • Look for the lines Primary Home Annual Amount and Primary Home Monthly Amount to see impact


  • Calculations for present value
      • Please keep in mind that these are estimated numbers which are subject to change. We will provide updates with improved accuracy as they are calculated. We will also provide updates once a bond proposal amount is finalized.
      • Here are a few screenshots looking at **potential** bond scenarios:

Here are a few **potential** scenarios for a capital tax levy:

      • Bond cost examples are NOT final -- they are illustrations of various combinations of the above facility needs.

You may contact your Board representative at any time with questions and comments; email addresses are available HERE.​


Elementary Summer Program 2017

Parents, we are excited to announce the following information for the elementary summer program. The program will start on Monday, June 19th, and end Wednesday, July 26th. Students in the district entering grades 1 – 6 are invited to register for the program.

Students in the program will actively engage in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) lessons and activities, enrichment and recreation classes and literacy instruction. Please read the attached flyers for more information about the program.

Registration dates for each elementary school are listed below:

  • McPolin Elementary - Monday, May 24th
  • Parley’s Park Elementary - Tuesday, May 25th
  • Jeremy Ranch Elementary - Wednesday, May 26th
  • Trailside Elementary - Thursday, May 27th

All registration meetings will start at 5:30 PM.

If you have questions about the program, or would like to register before the dates listed above, please contact either John Hall at 435-645-5650 or Sean Corbin at 801-616-9830.

Parent Flyer (En Español)


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: