Park City School District

Master Planning


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.

  • EHMS Education Technology Specialist, Michael Stone, was recognized by Principal Traci Evans and Superintendent Conley as Ecker Hill's Classified Employee of the Month. The generous sponsor of this award is Squatters.

  • Park City School District Child Nutrition Menus are getting a new look. The menus will be digital and much more interactive for you as a consumer to see what nutritious and delicious foods are available. Please check back soon for the new link to the PCSD menus, as well as a mobile app. It will be a great addition to your students eating experience..

  • EHMS Teacher, Virginia (Ginny) Etheridge, was recognized by Principal Evans and Dr. Ember Conley as the Licensed Employee of the Month. The generous sponsor of this award is Ryan McLaughlin, Managing Partner at Ski Resort Property Group.

Kindergarten Registration

Park City School District is excited to offer all day kindergarten at each of our four elementary schools for the 2016-17 school year.

Registration begins on January 4th at each elementary school. Our secretaries are excited to help you complete the necessary forms and documentation. Please bring your child's birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of residency (utility bill, lease agreement, etc).

Do you know what's for lunch?

Park City School District Child Nutrition menus have a new look! The Child Nutrition Department would like to introduce Nutrislice website and APP with contributions provided by EATS Park City. Nutrislice is an interactive menu that will allow you to see what your child is eating. We look forward to serving your students nutritious meals they will enjoy! You will be able to find your students menus on Nutrislice

Girls Tech Workshop - FREE

Girls-only tech workshop on Dec. 5th from 9-12 at Park City High School.

What to do if a bus is late

If your child's bus is late 10 or more minutes either picking the students up for school or bringing them home, please call the Transportation Department at 435-645-5660 for information on when the bus may arrive.

For more information, please visit our Transportation pages.

Recent News

District Science Fair

School Science Fairs are Fast approaching. We would love your help to judge our school and/or district fair. Please click the link below to sign up.

The District Science Fair will be held February 3, at Treasure Mountain Junior High from 9-4 PM. All students participating in the District Fair need to be registered by January 30. All Secondary students 6-12 register for the District Fair only.

On-line Registration will be posted in December.


The Future of Education: A Community Series

A community conversation focused on the changing world of education

The Park City School District, in collaboration with the Park City Education Foundation, are launching a special community speaking series, focusing on new innovations and approaches to education. As the district strives to be at the forefront of innovation and excellence, it has curated a range of speakers, films and books to encourage discussion about the future of education.

The series kicks off in mid August and will run through the end of the school year providing engaging speakers, films and books to the Park City community to engage the public as PCSD community shape the future of education in the Park City School District.

“21 Trends for the 21st Century” – Speaker and Author, Gary Marx
Monday, August 17th
5:30 pm at Park City High School Lecture Hall
International education author, speaker, and researcher will discuss how the globalization is changing the face of education.

“Most Likely to Succeed” - Film Screening
Thursday, September 24th
6:30 pm at Jim Santy Auditorium
Take part in an extended conversation about the future of Park City.

“Girl Rising” – Film Screening
Monday, October 12th
6:30 pm at Eccles Auditorium
Film screening is in connection with the international “Day of the Girl” to strive for awareness around girls’ education and gender equality.

“Smartest Kids in the World” – Book Club
November 2015
Book clubs will take place throughout the school district to engage teachers, students and parents in a valuable discussion about our education system.
Details to be posted by October 1st.

“Code – Debugging the Gender Gap” – Film Screening
Thursday, January 14th
6:30 pm at Jim Santy Auditorium
Learn about the new PCSD Coding program and the importance of coding in our schools through the lens of students across the United States.