Master planning roundtables Sept 23-24

New Emergency Communications Protocol

Emergency protocol for communications to parents

Because of recent incidents at schools, Park City School District has created Emergency Communications procedures in the event of non emergency incident, actual school emergencies, and weather-related closures.

We ask that parents and staff please take a moment to review our Emergency Communications / Comunicaciones de Emergencia which outline how we will communicate school incidents to parents and staff.

We ask all for continued vigilance and situational awareness every day, and ask students, parents and staff that if they “see something; say something.” We take all safety reports seriously and work closely with law enforcement.


District Accolades

Park City School District is one of the best districts in the country for good reason. From academics to athletics, our students are recognized for their outstanding achievements. Each month the district presents its accolades to the Board of Education prior to its regular meeting. Click below to view our honors and achievements so far this school year.

September 2019

August 2019

Six PCHS Seniors Named National Merit Scholar Semifinalists

PCHS National Merit Scholar SemifinalistsSix Park City High seniors were notified today (9/11/19) that they have been selected as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for more than $31 million in scholarships that will be offered next spring.

The students include: Tosh Martin, Lane Myshrall, Owen Nagel, John Reko, Megan Stucker, and Jon Troxel.

“This is an unprecedented year. I’ve never worked in a high school where we have had six National Merit semifinalists,” said PCHS Principal Roger Arbabi. “We are so proud of the work they’ve done.”

These PCHS students now advance to the finalist level of the competition and represent 1% of U.S. high school seniors. More than 1.5 million high school juniors applied for the program.

The National Merit scholarship program was established in 1955 specifically to conduct the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Scholarships are underwritten by NMSC with its own funds and by approximately 400 business organizations and higher education institutions that share NMSC’s goals of honoring the nation’s scholastic champions and encouraging the pursuit of academic excellence.

The 2020 National Merit Scholarship winners will be announced beginning in April and concluding in July.

District Hiring Substitute School Bus Drivers

woman bus driver behind the wheelPark City School District is looking for substitute bus drivers. This is an ideal position for retirees, parents with students in school, and college students. Starting pay is $18.65/hour, and we provide all the training. Call 435-645-5600 or click here for more information.

El Distrito Escolar de Park City está buscando conductores de buses substitutos. Estas posiciones ofrecen horas muy convenientes para jubilados, padres con estudiantes en la escuela, y estudiantes universitarios. El sueldo inicial es de $18.65/hora y proveemos toda la capacitación necesaria. Llamar al 435-645-5600 para mayor información. Haga clic aquí para mas información.