Park City School District


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.

Crisis Intervention Resources

Parents and community:

We have provided a few resources to provide support for you as you work to help your children.

Please visit this page: and look for the items under Crisis Intervention.

We will continue to provide as much on-site support as is needed in the coming days and weeks.

Community Drug Alert

Fatal Overdoses from Synthetic Opioid -- U-47700 -- in Utah
U-47700 (Also Known as “Pink” or “Pinky”): Extremely Dangerous Drug Appearing in Park City

Park City Police Department and Park City School District jointly issue a community-wide alert about the synthetic research drug U-47700. Two fatal overdoses in Utah (Salt Lake County and Iron County) have already been attributed to U-47700. The drug is commonly known as “pink” or “pinky.”

Utah Statewide Information & Analysis Center says, “The synthetic opioid… is growing in popularity with recreational drug users throughout the United States…[and] is readily available for purchase on the internet; primarily from Chinese suppliers.” Because this drug is so new -- it is not yet illegal to purchase.

At this point, it is known that the substance is extremely toxic, even in small doses. If you believe you have encountered the drug, contact your local law enforcement agency immediately and do not touch the substance with bare hands.

Talk with your child about the extreme danger involved with ingesting this drug in any dosage and in any form
- Search your child’s belongings
- Request a locker search at school
- If you think your child may be in possession of U-47700, call local law enforcement immediately

- White powder (can look like baby powder, pictures at bottom of next page)
- Can also come in liquid form; watch for dropper bottles and (sometimes empty) nasal inhalers
- Unmarked “stealth” delivery boxes - in some cases, these may have hand-written labels
- Boxes, vials or plastic baggies labeled “Not for Human Consumption” or “For Research Purposes Only”
- Side effects (reported from individuals who have used the substance):

  • Analgesia (inability to feel pain)
  • Sedation
  • Euphoria
  • Constipation
  • Itching
  • Respiratory depression (occurs when ventilation is inadequate)

- Search belongings (backpacks, purses, containers)
- It is has been located in writing pen tubes, gum containers, etc.
- Pay attention to any packages being shipped to your house, especially anything shipped from Asian countries
- Search your child’s belongings: it is NOT yet an illegal substance, your child may very well have it in his/her possession without thinking they are doing something dangerous
- Search web browser history; purchases may be made from sites including but not limited to:


In early 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) documented approximately 30 overdose incidents related to U-47700 within the United States. U-47700 had been an emerging threat along the eastern United States for several months. While these are the first confirmed reports of U-47700 in Utah, it is likely the presence of the drug will continue to rise within the state.

One of the challenges posed by this drug is that it is not currently scheduled as a controlled substance in the United States. Deaths have also been reported in Europe, and U-47700 is now illegal in both Sweden and Finland. It remains unregulated elsewhere; and, it is still easy to find online.

The dangers of U-47700 are just coming to light, so not much is known at this point. We will continue to keep you informed as we learn more about this issue, and Park City School District will host a community drug awareness forum in the coming weeks.

Please feel free to contact the following people with questions or concerns:

- Captain Phil Kirk, Park City Police Department:
- Dr. Ember Conley, Superintendent of Park City School District:
- Molly Miller, Community Relations for Park City School District:
- Statewide Information & Analysis Center (SIAC):


School Start Times: Update

At the August 23, 2016 Board of Education meeting, the Start Times Committee presented a recommendation to the Board of Education, which subsequently took this action:

Member Eihausen made 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 am with the committee making a recommendation based on operational, financial, student health and safety considerations. Member Kaplan seconded the motion. Motion passed noting the dissenting vote by Member Ehlers.

Video links:

  • 58:00: Start Times Committee presentation​
  • 1:28:52: Board discussion
  • 1:50:12: public comment

  • ​​18:​55​: ​motion discussion for Start Times
  • 45:55 - 46:54: vote ​

​Dr. Conley will advise the Board on the creation of an Implementation Task Force, which will include ​teachers, principals, staff, district office reps, community reps, and a number of members from the Start Times Committee.

  • The committee will be tasked to figure out exactly how to implement the change to start times.
  • The committee will also be tasked to recommend a timeline for implementation to the Governing Board - with the expectation from the Board that it happens as quickly as is feasible.

The Governing Board would like to see an adjustment to start times quickly -- but we do want to clarify that the Implementation Task Force will determine (and recommend to the Board) a timeline for the change. It will NOT begin before the 2017-2018 school year. We will continue to provide updates as the ITF makes progress on this action.

​If you'd like to join the Implementation Task Force or if you have any questions or concerns, please email

Link to the Start Times Committee's presentation to the Board:$file/SST%20PC%20Board%20Presentation%208.17.16%20FINAL.pdf).


Recent News

Park City Expansion Design Team

Members of the PC Expansion Design Team are back to holding weekly meetings now that school is back in session.

We invite you to take a moment to examine their progress:

Upcoming Meetings:
3:30 - 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 23, 2016
3:30 - 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 1, 2016
3:30 - 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 9, 2016

Here's a look at the Park City Expansion Design Team's estimated timeline:



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



Over the next three years, Park City School District will plate up more nutritious food - while also appealing to our little ones' palates.

15 TO CLEAN means 15 ingredients will be plucked out and packed away - for good - to make our offerings to students more healthful. To ensure kids try the food - and like it! - we will educate our students about the newer, healthier options. We continue to work in conjunction with a number of experts in our community, like a chef from Deer Valley and the EATS Park City team (EATS stands for Eat Awesome Things At School). We're collaborating on things like ingredient selection, recipe creation and, everyone's favorite, elementary school taste tests!
Our Child Nutrition Task Force will tackle 5 ingredients to excise from the menu (district-wide) over the course of each school year, starting in September, 2016. Here are the first five:

1. Trans-Fats
2. High-Fructose Corn Syrup
3. MSG
4. Sucralose
5. Sulphites / Sulfites


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: