DLI Parent Meeting

Upcoming Winter-Related Conditions

UPDATE: NORMAL OPERATIONS FOR TODAY, 1/17/20.

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JANUARY 16, 2020—Park City School District officials monitor weather and road conditions on a continuous basis.  As we prepare for potential snowfall tonight and tomorrow, we are aware that there could be accumulation of 2-8 inches of snow over the course of the winter storm which may impact roads and travel conditions.

We ask that everyone prepare for this potential weather event as it may impact morning and afternoon travel times.  We anticipate that snow will accumulate, that plows will be out by 6:00 AM in attempts to stay ahead of the accumulation, and that our bus transportation pick-up and/or drop-off may be off its typical schedule if there are traffic or snow-related delays.  In the event the storm has greater than anticipated impact, please check the PCSD website (pcschools.us) for school closure information. 

While we do expect to remain open, we acknowledge that, as parents, you may determine whether or not you believe it is safe to maneuver weather and traffic in sending your student(s) to school during this type of weather event. 

If you elect to keep your child at home, please call your school’s attendance office with the weather-related absence so that we have accurate records. We also invite you to review the attached guidelines sent out earlier this school year about weather-related delays or closures.

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ACTUALIZACIÓN: OPERACIONES NORMALES PARA HOY, 17 DE ENERO DE 2020.

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Próximas condiciones relacionadas con el Clima

16 DE ENERO DE 2020—Los funcionarios del Distrito Escolar de Park City monitorean el clima y las condiciones de la carretera de manera continua. Mientras nos preparamos para una posible nevada esta noche y mañana, somos conscientes de que podría haber una acumulación de 2 a 8 pulgadas de nieve durante la tormenta invernal que podría afectar las carreteras y las condiciones de viaje.

Pedimos que todos se preparen para este potencial evento meteorológico, ya que puede afectar los tiempos de viaje de la mañana y la tarde. Anticipamos que la nieve se acumulará, que los camiones de barrido de nieve saldrán antes de las 6:00 a.m. en un intento de adelantarse a la acumulación, y que nuestro servicio de recogida y / o regreso a casa del bus escolar puede estar fuera de su horario habitual si hay tráfico o retrasos relacionados con la nieve. En caso de que la tormenta tenga un impacto mayor al anticipado, consulte el sitio web de PCSD (pcschools.us) para obtener información sobre el cierre de escuelas. 

Si bien esperamos permanecer abiertos, reconocemos que, como padres, pueden determinar si creen o no que es seguro maniobrar con el clima y el tráfico al enviar a su (s) estudiante (s) a la escuela durante este tipo de evento climático. 

Si elige mantener a su hijo en casa, llame a la oficina de su escuela para notificar la ausencia relacionada con el clima para que tengamos registros precisos. También lo invitamos a revisar las pautas adjuntas enviadas a principios de este año escolar sobre retrasos o cierres relacionados con el clima.

Board Makes Decision on Grade Alignment

Following 11 months of work in 2018-19 that involved students, teachers, administrators, parents and community members, the district has received the final versions of its Future of Learning  Educational Specifications, the Facilities Master Plan, and the Analysis of Existing Buildings and an Appendix of all documents created as part of the master planning process.

At its Dec. 17 meeting, the Board of Education made grade alignment decisions that will guide the next steps in our master planning process. The district will continue to pursue expanded preschool offerings at each of the four elementary schools with two of those sites potentially adding enough space for wrap services for our youngest learners including before and after care. The 6-8 middle school model will be researched on cost and feasibility for adding a cafeteria and additional protected classroom spaces for the 6th grade. Finally, a comprehensive one 9-12 high school program with remodels based on the secondary design team’s initial work will be costed out, as well as consideration for addressing career and technical education now and in the future. This end of 2019 direction provides us with much to research in the coming year.

Jan. 9 Future of Learning Update: English | Spanish

For more information please visit our Future of Learning website here.

District Hiring Substitute School Bus Drivers

woman bus driver behind the wheelPark City School District is looking for substitute bus drivers. This is an ideal position for retirees, parents with students in school, and college students. Starting pay is $18.65/hour, and we provide all the training. Call 435-645-5600 or click here for more information.

El Distrito Escolar de Park City está buscando conductores de buses substitutos. Estas posiciones ofrecen horas muy convenientes para jubilados, padres con estudiantes en la escuela, y estudiantes universitarios. El sueldo inicial es de $18.65/hora y proveemos toda la capacitación necesaria. Llamar al 435-645-5600 para mayor información. Haga clic aquí para mas información.

District Accolades

Park City School District is one of the best districts in the country for good reason. From academics to athletics, our students are recognized for their outstanding achievements. Each month the district presents its accolades to the Board of Education prior to its regular meeting. Click below to view our honors and achievements so far this school year.

December 2019

November 2019

October 2019

September 2019

August 2019

PCSD Mission, Vision, and Strategic Pillars

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