Park City School District


The Park City Board of Education will serve on committees as requested or required on the part of a given committee or the Board.   Participation on committees serves to provide the Board with an opportunity to gain more knowledge in specific areas and improve communication between the Board and District personnel and other constituents. The role is one of liaison.  Board members do not retain voting rights on committees unless clearly specified in advance.  It will be each board member’s responsibility to provide reports on committee activities to the rest of the Board.

Board Committee

A board committee does the work of the school board. These committees are made up of two board members, the superintendent and the business administrator as needed.

  • Audit Committee – The audit committee is comprised of two school board members chosen by the board, the superintendent and the business administrator. 
    Responsibilities include:
    • Ensuring that the district properly develops and adheres to a sound system of internal controls consistent with the requirements of State Administrative Rule R277-113-5.
    • Receiving a report of the risk assessment process undertaken by the district’s administration in developing the system of internal controls.
    • Developing a process to review financial information, financial statements, and district and individual school records on a regular basis.
    • Ensuring that the district administration conducts a competitive RFP (request for proposal) process to hire external auditors and other professional services and making a recommendation to the school board on the results of the RFP process consistent with the State Procurement Code.
    • Receiving communication from or meeting with the external auditors annually and receiving a direct report of the audit findings, exceptions, and other matters noted by the auditor.
    • Reporting the annual audit reports and findings or other matter communicated by the external auditor or other regulatory bodies to the school board in a public meeting.
    • Ensuring that matters reported by external audits, internal audits, or other regulatory bodies are resolved in a timely manner.
  • Governance Committee
  • Policy Committee (District Policy 2030)– The Policy Committee is comprised of one or two School Board members, chosen by the Board, the Superintendent, Business Administrator and legal counsel (as necessary).

    Responsibilities include:

    • Ensure that policies are developed that provide the framework for district operation and direct the administration to operate the district.
    • Review new policy proposals, suggested policy review of current policies and prepare policy recommendations into acceptable written form for future deliberation and/or action by the Board.
    • When necessary, create subcommittees to further develop or revise policy proposals involving relevant stakeholders and content area experts to provide input regarding policy.





Audit Committee


Standing Board Committee 



Standing Board Committee 

Policy Committee


Standing Board Committee