Park City School District Realignment
The Park City Board of Education has unanimously reaffirmed the following grade realignment configuration:
- Preschool - 4 in lower elementary schools
- 5-6 in an upper elementary school
- 7-8 in a middle school
- 9-12 in our high school
You will find updates on this page as this process moves forward. For any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to email your Board representative.
An RFP was posted on March 2 for the architect and engineer for a 5-6 upper elementary school design. Next, PCSD expects the Board of Education to authorize a 5-6 Design Team to begin site designation and programming for the school. Potential sites include the Ecker Hill campus, property at Bear Hollow or space on the Kearns Campus. Decisions about location of the new elementary school will potentially be made by the end of this month, along with possible financing options. The process of the 5-6 Design Team will likely follow the blueprint of the HS Expansion Design Team.
The Board empowered Superintendent Conley to mobilize the administration team to move forward as if grade realignment will happen for the 2018 - 2019 school year. This means the administration's focus is to get students, teachers and parents ready to realign. This includes transition teams to guide our families and extensive professional development for teachers and staff throughout the 2017-2018 school year.
The 5-8 Curriculum Task Force's January presented its recommentation the Park City Board of Education. It can be found through these links: