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.

  • Argument in Favor of a $56,000,000 Bond Election Proposition

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  • Master Planning Co-Chairs, Rory Murphy and Sean Morgan were recognized for their invaluable service to the district and committee.

National Farm to School Month

October is National Farm to School Month! Park City School District Child Nutrition Department is celebrating, come join us! Teaching children about food, and where it comes from is important to us. The Child Nutrition Department works with local distributors to purchase as many food items as possible locally. Some of the items that we purchase locally now are; milk, bread, and some of our produce like peaches, and apples. We always strive to find products that help us support our local community, and great quality. This month we will are privileged to receiving Gala Apples from Rowley Farms in Utah County. Throughout the month of October we will be serving crisp delicious gala apples. Come try the local food today, and support the district Farm to School Movement. Check back with us on Facebook on more local items we are doing!

Community Forums

The Park City School District will be holding three community events to provide information to the public for the Park City School District Bond Election.

Below are the locations, times, and dates:

October 7, Jeremy Ranch Elementary School Gym, 6:00 p.m.
October 21, Ecker Hill Middle School Library, 6:00 p.m.
October 28, Park City High School Lecture Hall, 6:00 p.m.

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


Post Parent/Teacher Conference Survey

The district is asking parents and their students to fill out a survey together after attending parent teacher conferences. The links to the survey have been made available in an email blast to parents and students at PCHS and TMJH. Notices will be forthcoming for EHMS and Elementary Sites. All links will be available on the district and school websites as well.

The following links will be activated at the start of each schools Parent/Teacher Conferences and will remain open for one week after conferences. If you attend conferences without your student, please fill out the survey with your student as early as possible after the conferences. If you are unable to attend, you can still fill out the survey. Please indicate this when asked as a part of the survey.

Recent News

District Science Fair

The District Science Fair will be held February 3, at Treasure Mountain Junior High from 9-4 PM. All students participating in the District Fair need to be registered by January 30. All Secondary students 6-12 register for the District Fair only.

On-line Registration will be posted in December.