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The Communications Office is committed to communicating with all stakeholders in an open, timely, and consistent manner. One of the district’s strategic pillars is to continuously deliver efficient, effective, and transparent communication about Park City School District.

In an effort to provide inclusive communications, the school district provides parent communications in both English and Spanish.

Official Communications Channels

– Newsroom

– Website

– Parent Email/Text/Phone Call

– Staff Email

_ My PCSD (Staff Intranet)

You can also find PCSD on:





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The Park City School District Newsroom has been recognized by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) with the Golden Achievement Award in the category of publications and digital media. The Newsroom was created in 2017 for a way to keep the community engaged in the news of the district and its schools.

Parents, community members, and employees are invited to subscribe to the Newsroom and receive emails when a new post has been published.

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Subscribe and view the Newsroom by clicking here: PCSD Newsroom

Peachjar logo

Peachjar is Park City School District’s service provider for electronic flyer distribution. District approved e-flyers are sent directly to parents’ inboxes and posted online so parents can easily view information. All electronic materials promoting events, community organizations, classes and/or other services or products must receive District approval prior to being posted, displayed, or distributed to students or district employees. Paper flyers will not be distributed at schools or through the district.

Access the District’s Peachjar flyers here.


Click on the images below for more information, fees, and guidelines.


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The Communications Office provides clear guidelines for use of the Park City School District logo, fonts, and color palette for a consistent presentation of the district’s brand in any communication medium.

Request Permission

Contact Communications Director Melinda Colton, 801-631-7770, for permission and use of the following:

– PCSD logo: full color, black, white, transparent background

– Collateral: letterhead, envelopes, email signature

– Templates: letters, memos, Powerpoint, certificates

– School Logos

Style Guide

Style Guide/Color Palette/Fonts


Utah Association of Secondary School Principals

Public Relations & Community Engagement

Mid-Winter Conference | Utah Association of Secondary School Principals

January 29, 2020

Dixie Center | St. George, UT

Information about Loop Messenger here:

Utah Association of Secondary School Principals

Customer Service

Secretaries Conference | Utah Association of Secondary School Principals

 October 10, 2019

Thanksgiving Point | Lehi, UT


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Color Blind or Color Brave: Changing the Face of  Communications Across U.S. Schools

Handout: What We Need to Know About Diversity

2019 National School Public Relations Conference

July 16, 2019 | Washington, D.C.


Crisis and Emergency Communications

2019 Utah Association of Business Officers Conference

April 16, 2019 | Utah Valley Convention Center | Provo, UT

Statistics consistently show that schools are among the safest places to be on a day-to-day basis, due to the strong commitment of educators, parents, and our communities to our students. We strive to be proactive rather than reactive.

This guide outlines some of the key elements of the Park City School District state of preparedness. We hope it will answer any questions you have concerning the actions and intentions in the event an emergency takes place.

View the District’s Emergency Communications Plan here.


Melinda Colton, Communications Director

435-645-5600 Ext. 1453 |

If you are a member of the news media and need immediate assistance, text or call Melinda Colton at 801-631-7770.

Records Requests

Ms. Colton also serves at the district’s Records Officer. Please submit GRAMA requests to her at

Click here for GRAMA request form.