Provide Feedback to Architects
What are the most important things the new architects should know as they begin to design for the district’s Future of Learning? Click here to share your feedback and rate others’ suggestions.
Deadline for input is March 6.
¿Cuáles son las cosas más importantes que los nuevos arquitectos deben saber al comenzar a diseñar para el Futuro del aprendizaje del distrito? Haga clic aquí para compartir sus comentarios y calificar las sugerencias de otros.
La fecha límite para recibir aportes es el 6 de marzo.
2020-21 Proposed School Fees and Policies
The Board of Education held the first of two public meetings Feb. 25 to discuss school fees for the 2020-21 school year. The second meeting is March 17 at 5 p.m. at the District Office, 2700 Kearns Blvd. Proposed school fee policies and estimated school fees are posted below. You are invited to attend either meeting and offer public comment regarding the proposed policies and fee schedules.
La Junta de Educación celebró la primera de dos reuniones públicas el 25 de febrero para discutir las tarifas escolares para el año escolar 2020-21. La segunda reunión es el 17 de marzo a las 5 p.m. en la oficina del distrito, 2700 Kearns Blvd. Las políticas propuestas para el arancel escolar y el arancel estimado se publican a continuación. Usted está invitado a asistir a cualquiera de las reuniones y ofrecer comentarios públicos sobre las políticas propuestas y los cronogramas de tarifas.
Policy 10125: Student Fee Waivers – Revised
Policy 11020: Fund Raising – Revised
New Policy: Student Fees – Draft
2020-21 Fee Schedule – Draft
New Park City Student Service Award Created
Park City students have been making an impact in our community and throughout the world for many years through the volunteering they do. Now, for the first time, students will have the chance to be rewarded for their efforts with the Park City Student Service Award, thanks to the Park City-based McGuire Family Foundation. The Park City Student Service Award aims to honor students in grades 9-12 who are committed to making a difference by volunteering their time to non-profit organizations in Park City or elsewhere. This award is not attached to grades or participation in a club — it is purely a volunteer service acknowledgement.
Award certificates will be given to students who meet the criteria of 50+ hours of community service from April 15, 2019, to April 15, 2020. Seniors who meet the criteria and have completed 200+ hours of community service over the past four years will earn a service honor cord for graduation. The top senior honoree will receive $1,000 to donate to the nonprofit organization of his/her choice. The application deadline is April 15.
Full details and application available here in English.
Detalles completos y solicitud disponibles aquí en Español.
DLI Registration Deadline is Feb. 28
Kindergarten Parents: Registration for the lottery for next year’s 1st grade dual language immersion program is open through Friday, Feb. 28. The lottery will be conducted on March 18, and acceptance letters will be sent on April 3. Click here to register for the lottery. For more information, click here or contact Martin Briggs, ESL and DLI coordinator, at email@example.com, or 435-645-5600 ext. 1454.
Padres de alumnos en Kínder: Inscripción para la lotería de doble inmersión de 1er grado el próximo año está abierta del 23 de enero al 28 de febrero. La lotería se realizará el 18 de marzo, y cartas de admisión se enviarán por correo el 3 de abril. Haga clic aquí para inscribir se para la lotería. Para más información, haga clic aquí o comuníquese con Martín Briggs, coordinador de ESL y DLI, a firstname.lastname@example.org, ó 435-645-5600 ext. 1454.
Board Makes Decision on Grade Alignment
Following 11 months of work in 2018-19 that involved students, teachers, administrators, parents and community members, the district has received the final versions of its Future of Learning Educational Specifications, the Facilities Master Plan, and the Analysis of Existing Buildings and an Appendix of all documents created as part of the master planning process.
At its Dec. 17 meeting, the Board of Education made grade alignment decisions that will guide the next steps in our master planning process. The district will continue to pursue expanded preschool offerings at each of the four elementary schools with two of those sites potentially adding enough space for wrap services for our youngest learners including before and after care. The 6-8 middle school model will be researched on cost and feasibility for adding a cafeteria and additional protected classroom spaces for the 6th grade. Finally, a comprehensive one 9-12 high school program with remodels based on the secondary design team’s initial work will be costed out, as well as consideration for addressing career and technical education now and in the future. This end of 2019 direction provides us with much to research in the coming year.
The district selected MHTN as its bond architect. MHTN will apply the Future of Learning master plan and Educational Specifications to its design phase. In January the architects met with elementary and secondary principals and toured secondary schools (PCHS, TMJH, EHMS). In February the design team will review preliminary concepts for secondary schools, the pros/cons of building relocation, and the concepts for elementary school preschool additions.
For more information please visit our Future of Learning website here.
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.