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Board Adopts Safe Schools Resolution

Dear PCSD Parents and Staff,

Park City School District is strengthened by our diversity. All our students work hard to improve themselves and enrich our schools and community. The district and the Board of Education reaffirm their commitment to provide an equal opportunity for all students to attend and enjoy opportunities and benefits available in our schools, regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, national origin, political party, sexual orientation, gender, or immigration status, and to be free from harassment and intimidation.

We remain committed to the protection of student privacy and the District will continue its practice to not collect or maintain any information about our students’ immigration status. We embrace the responsibility to welcome and educate all students and uphold our mission to provide an excellent and equitable education in every classroom, to every student, every day.

Today, Sept.11, the Board of Education adopted a Safe Schools Resolution affirming the district’s commitment to our students. The Resolution outlines how PCSD will protect students’ confidential information and ensure our learning environments are not disrupted by immigration enforcement visits. All staff will be trained on our procedures.

We value the support of our educators and staff as they have conversations with students about current events and reassuring them that our schools will always be a safe and welcoming place. We are doing additional training for all staff this year to help guide appropriate conversations with students.

PCSD is defined by our commitment to students — each student is valued, and each student’s talents contribute to our schools. We will do all we can to help each one of our students achieve their hopes and dreams.


Estimados padres y personal del PCSD,

El Distrito Escolar de Park City (PCSD) se ve fortalecido por nuestra diversidad. Todos nuestros estudiantes trabajan duro para mejorarse y han enriquecido nuestras escuelasy comunidad. El Distrito Escolar y el Consejo Escolar reafirman su compromiso de proporcionar oportunidades igual para todos los estudiantes del Distrito en que puedan asistir y disfrutar de las oportunidades y los beneficios disponibles en nuestras escuelas, independientemente de su origen étnico, raza, religión, origen nacional, partido político, orientación sexual, género, o estatus migratorio, y de ser libre de acoso e intimidación.

Seguimos comprometidos con la protección de la privacidad de los estudiantes y el Distrito continuará su práctica de no recopilar ni mantener cualquier información sobre el estatus migratorio de los estudiantes. Asumimos la responsabilidad de aceptar y educar a todos los estudiantes y de mantener nuestra misión de ofrecer una educación de alta calidad, cual esequitativo en todos los salones, para cada estudiante, todos los días.

El lunes 11 de septiembre, el Consejo Escolar aprobará una resolución de “Safe Schools” -Escuelas Seguras reafirmando el compromiso a nuestros estudiantes. La resolución describe cómo el PCSD protege la información confidencial de los estudiantes y de asegurar que nuestros entornos de aprendizaje no serán afectados por las visitas de imposición de inmigración en la comunidad. Todo nuestro personal será entrenado en los Procedimientos.

Valoramos el apoyo en que nuestros maestros y el resto del personal asegura a los estudiantes de que nuestras escuelas siempre serán un lugar seguro y acogedor. Tendremos entrenamiento adicional para nuestro personal en saber cómo guiar las conversaciones pertinentes con los estudiantes.

El PCSD se define por nuestro compromiso a los estudiantes - valoramos cada estudiante, sus talento y cómo contribuyen a nuestras escuelas. Haremos todo lo posible para ayudar a cada uno de nuestros estudiantes en realizar sus sueños y esperanzas.

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Wishing you a wonderful and successful first day of school with our students

In the effort to set a positive, inclusive tone, we would like to share this statement as an effort to be proactive to national civil unrest. In particular, our teachers are expressing concerns about social climate and desire to be effective in creating and maintaining a fair and equitable learning environment for all students - and providing learning opportunities for inclusion and celebration of diversity. While we are doing additional training for all staff this year to help guide conversations with students, we want to lay the foundation for our district focus - the year of “Safe and Healthy.”

Park City School District reaffirms its commitment to provide a physically and emotionally safe environment for all of our students, regardless of race, religion, national origin/ethnicity, color, sex/gender (including sexual orientation and gender identity), pregnancy, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. We hold ourselves accountable to these standards as educators, and we expect our students and staff to adhere to these standards. We will lead by example as we celebrate all students in the district.

El Distrito Escolar de Park City reafirma su compromiso de proporcionar un ambiente físico y emocionalmente seguro para todos los estudiantes, independientemente de la raza, religión, nacionalidad/origen étnico, color, sexo/género (incluyendo la orientación sexual y la identidad de género), el embarazo, la edad, discapacidad o cualquier otra razón prohibida por la ley aplicable. Nos mantenemos responsables de estas normas como educadores, y esperamos que nuestros estudiantes también se adhieran a estas normas. Vamos a liderar el ejemplo mientras celebramos a todos los estudiantes en nuestro distrito.

School Registration for 2017-2018

Please see the Registration page for information on Returning Student Registration and New Student Enrollment.

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.

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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:
www.pcschools.us/index.php?page=389.

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 Communications with comments, questions or concerns: communication@pcschools.us.