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.

Budget Hearing

Public Notice

The Park City Board of Education will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 6:00 P.M. at the Park City School District Office to receive public comment on amending the 2016-2017 budget for the purpose of engaging a transportation consultant.

For Your Information: Airsoft Gun Brought To Trailside Elementary

Parents and Community,

This morning (December 2, 2016), a first-grade Trailside student brought an Airsoft gun (a replica gun which shoots plastic projectiles) to school. The student showed it to other students, who then reported it to adults.

The student then admitted bringing the Airsoft gun to school and it was handed over to Principal Robin Williams. The student’s mother was called, along with Officer Taylor from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office . Appropriate Safe Schools policies have been followed.

Principal Robin Williams reassured the students involved and thanked them for reporting this issue.

Please be assured we take incidents like this -- even though it was a replica gun -- very seriously. Students were never in any danger because of this specific circumstance, but we understand that the situation may have been frightening for them. Continue to encourage your children to come forward to trusted adults with any concerns they have. We congratulate the students who came forward today.

If you do have weapons in your homes, we encourage you to take this moment to double-check that they are safely locked and out of the reach of any children.


Ember Conley, EdD
Park City School District


Park City High School Marching Band Heads To Hawaii

Park City High School Marching Band will travel to Pearl Harbor to represent the State of Utah, the Community of Park City and all veteran's of the US Armed Forces through music.

On Wednesday, December 7, the band will march in Waikiki as part of the 75th Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade.

Links to view the 9:00 PM MST live webcast can be found HERE and HERE.

We wish them the best of luck!

Take The Bite Out Of The Holidays

The holidays are here and some of you might not quite be "feeling it."

If you or a loved one is feeling blue, stressed or anxious, even if you don't know why, take some time to attend CONNECT's "Taking the Bite out of the Holidays," a free event.

December 7th, 6-8pm
Park City Community Church

With the help of area psychiatrists and clinicians, attendees will learn why they might be having feelings of sadness, anxiety and grief during the holidays and learn practical ways to maintain a positive peace of mind throughout the season.


Recent News

Park City High School Expansion Design Committee


* DECEMBER 13 (Tuesday), 6 - 8PM at Park City School District Office
* January 11 (Wednesday), 6 - 8PM at Ecker Hill Middle School Library
* February 2 (Thursday), 6 - 8PM at PCHS Lecture Hall

The final outcome of the PCHS Expansion Design Team will be the creation of architectural drawings and schematic designs for Park City High School. Members of the team and team subcommittees will work on the design of the high school, which is to include accommodations for at least 400 additional students. The District Learning Plan will be used to guide the work to define program space needs.

Link to videos, agendas, minutes and work:


Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict

Tuesday, December 6th
Eccles Center
Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict (45 min.)

  • PCHS Students: 10 - 11:30 a.m.
  • TMJH Students: 12:35 - 2:10 p.m.

Parental Advisory: extremely graphic content, including language and explicit drug use
For your child to view this movie, you must fill out the required opt-in permission form:
PERMISSION FORM. Forms MUST be turned in before the movie.

Tens of thousands of Americans will die this year from drug-related deaths -- and more than half of them are from heroin and prescription opioid overdoses. In an effort to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse, the FBI and DEA released "Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict,” a documentary aimed at educating students and young adults about the dangers of addiction.

The film features stark first-person accounts told by individuals who have abused opioids or whose children have abused opioids, with tragic consequences. This documentary is presented by the FBI. the DEA and the Park City School District. More at {}.

Panel to follow:

  • DEA: Assistant Special Agent in Charge Brian Besser
  • FBI: Special Agent in Charge Eric Barnhart
  • Park City Police Department: Chief Wade Carpenter
  • Jill Beard – Mother who lost her son to overdose
  • Dr. Mark Oraskovich – Emergency Room Physician Park City Medical Center
  • Shane Peterson or Katye Halterman -- Directors, Lifeline for Youth

Martes, 6 de Diciembre
“Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict” - Persiguiendo el dragón: la vida de un adicto a opioides​ (45 min)

  • PCHS Students: 10 - 11:30 a.m.
  • TMJH Students: 12:35 - 2:10 p.m.

Aviso a Padres: contenido gráfico, incluyendo el lenguaje y el uso de drogas explícita
Para que su hijo pueda ver esta película, por favor rellene el requerido formulario de permiso:
HOJA DE PERMISO. Formas se deben entregarse en 2W el 2 de diciembre de 2016.

Este año decenas de miles de estadounidenses morirán por razones relacionadas con las drogas​ ​- y más de la mitad son de sobredosis de heroína y opioides. En un esfuerzo por combatir la creciente epidemia del abuso de medicamentos recetados y de heroína, el FBI y la DEA lanzó el documental "Chasing the Dragon: La vida de un adicto a opioides" dirigido a la educación a los estudiantes y adultos jóvenes sobre los peligros de la adicción.

Los rasgos de la película relaciona las consecuencias trágicas con las experiencias de personas que han abusado de opioides o cuyos hijos que lo han hecho. Este documental es presentado por el FBI, la DEA y el Distrito Escolar de Park City.


Jeans & Lattes December 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!

Here is the December schedule:

  • December 9: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
  • December 16: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. (hosted by new Board members Andrew Caplan and Petra Butler)
  • December 23: NO JEANS & LATTES --> winter break!
  • December 30: NO JEANS & LATTES --> winter break!


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


Health Link: Making Sure Families Are Connected With Available Resources

This Health Questionnaire is a tool to link families: students and parents with local health and immigration services.

The survey, which takes just one or two minutes, can link you with resources for the following:

  • Free health services
  • Medical insurance
  • Vision and dental care
  • Mental health care
  • Immigration information

If you fill the form out and do not hear from anyone regarding the forms within 30 days, please call the People’s Health Clinic at 435-333-1850.

Asegurándonos que familias estén conectadas con recursos disponibles Este Cuestionario de Salud​ una forma de conectar a las familias, estudiantes, y padres con los servicios locales​ de salud e inmigración.

La encuesta, que sólo toma uno o dos minutos, puede ponerlo en contacto con recursos para lo siguiente:
● Servicios de salud gratuitos
● Seguro médico
● Cuidado dental y de la visión
● Atención de salud mental
● Información de inmigración

Si rellena el formulario y nadie hace contacto con usted dentro 30 días, por favor llame a People’s Health Clinic al 435-333-1850



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


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: