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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.

  • Park City School District employees with 20 years of service were honored at this year's convocation

  • Park City School District employees with 10 years of service were honored at this year's convocation

  • Park City School District employees with 5 years of service were honored at this year's convocation

  • Preschool, all-day kindergarten coming to all Park City schools. See information as reported by KSL.

PCSD School Board votes to go to bond in November

In a unanimous vote at their Tuesday, August 18th board meeting, the governing board of the Park City School District adopted a resolution for a special bond election to be held on November 3, 2015. The proposition states that the issuance is “not to exceed $56-million dollars to finance the acquisition of land, acquire, construct, furnish and equip new school facilities and improve existing facilities and related improvements; and related matters.”

At total cost $66,306,336, which includes the following in this ranking order with the first project ranking the highest:

  • PCHS Expansion including gymnasium remodel - $27,500,000
  • New 5/6 School at EHMS Campus - $24,800,000
  • McPolin Student Safety Improvements - $1,400,000
  • Treasure Mountain Junior High Demolition - $606,336
  • Athletic Facilities Improvements - $12,000,000

The financial bond strategy also includes using $10,306,336 of the capital reserve.

In addition, the board agreed to add specific language in the Bond Resolution that includes a commitment toward community partnerships to explore transportation solutions for student safety.

“The board’s vote tonight is a groundbreaking step in meeting the demands for our student learning needs and accommodating our growing school district,” says PCSD Superintendent Dr. Ember Conley. “This action is further proof that board is committed to doing what is best for our students, and to providing excellent and innovative education to all grades,” she adds.

In 1999, voters accepted a $30,000,000 bond that constructed Ecker Hill Middle School and Jeremy Ranch Elementary. Currently, the district is financially healthy and has successfully repaid all debt.

Two public hearings have been scheduled, focused on the bond process and educating the public:

  • September 22, 6 pm: School District Administrative Offices. Focus of Public Hearing: explaining cost impact and details of bond.
  • October 20, 6 pm: School District Administrative Offices

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PayPams Online School Meal Payment System

Parents & Guardians

We will no longer be using MySchoolBucks to receive online payments for school meals. We are excited to announce that we will now be working with a company called PayPams. Please visit the website listed below to set up your account. It is a great and easy way to pay for your students meals in advance, so they can enjoy the meals provided at the school each day. Fliers and tips on how to sign up are located at your school's front office.
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Money that was already in MySchooolBucks will automatically be transferred over to PayPams.

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.

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