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 High School
- Dr. Paul Houston who wrote the book The Wise Leader will be speaking on Monday, March 16, 2015 from 7:00-9:00 PM at Park City High School in the Lecture Hall. This event is being sponsored by the Park City School District and the Park City Education Foundation. Everyone is invited to attend.
State of the District
We will host two opportunities to discuss how we are addressing our two overarching goals:
Below proficient students reach proficiency
Proficient and high achieving students will continue to perform and learn at high levels.
Topics will include Pre-K- 3rd grade restructure, which includes all day kindergarten, summer school, and after school, along with Master Planning with the recommendation for grade realignment.
April 2, 2015 6:00 PM, PCHS Lecture Hall
April 3, 2015 10:00 AM, PCSD District Office
Park City School District - Blue Sky Participant
Rocky Mountain Power thanks Park City School District for supporting Blue Sky renewable energy in 2014.
Consent for Non-Participation in State Level Testing (Opt-Out)
Park City School District is providing an opt-out form for parents that do not want their student(s) to participate in state level testing.
For details and the opt-out form, please see our Consent for Non-Participation in State Level Testing page.
Master Planning Input Sought
Park City School District is seeking input to the Master Planning topics of discussion. We value your opinions and encourage you to provide ideas and comments on topics. Please use the email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, to provide your comments. The comments will then be reviewed by the Master Planning Committee during a regular meeting. Minutes of the meetings will be available after they are approved by the committee.
Thanks for your help.
Park City School District schools will be open on all regularly scheduled school days unless circumstances create health or safety issues. We fully expect our schools to be open and functioning normally throughout the winter, but weather conditions can vary greatly in different neighborhoods and on different streets. We encourage parents to make attendance decisions for their children based on their specific ability to get to school safely.
Additionally, if your contact information has recently changed, please contact your local school with current information. This will enable the school and/or the district to notify you in the event of a late start, closure, or early release.
Again, we fully expect our schools to be open, but we will notify parents if that changes. If you hear nothing, you can safely assume your school is open. If you are concerned about your child’s ability to safely travel to school, please exercise your parental discretion to make the decision that is best for your family.
If severe weather conditions or other events force a school closure, delayed start, or early release, the following procedures will be implemented.
We will notify parents via the local news media, the district website, social media sites, and possibly email, text, or phone in the event of a delayed start, early release, or closure. If you hear nothing, you can assume your school is open. Parents and employees should listen to local news media outlets for information. Authorization will come from the superintendent or his/her designee.
All school closures, delayed starts, or early releases are for one day only.
No announcement means schools are open and regular schedules will be followed.
Parents are encouraged to create an emergency plan for their students. Parents should plan with their students where to go or what to do if a parent is not home and schools are closed, delayed, or dismissed early. In the event of an early release, elementary and middle school students will be held at school until parents or guardians are notified and arrangements are made to keep the students safe.