2020/21 School Registration
Registration for the 2020/21 school year is now open.
Park City School District Prepares for Returning to 20/21 School Year
Returning to Full-Time, In-Person Instruction
As a result of our collaboration with health agencies and the hard work of our educational Return to School Task Force Teams, we are plan to open for full, in-person instruction for all Park City School District students. Our first day of the 2020/21 school year will be August 20, 2020 for K-12th grade students.
Highlights of Our Updated Return to School Plan:
In-person, full-time school will begin August 20 for K-12th grades following our regular school calendar.
Families can choose a fully online school option, if they prefer. Students will not lose their seats in their 2020/21 school if they choose this option.
Registration for the 2020/21 school year is now open for online enrollment. If you have not done so and you plan to enter or to return to Park City School District for the Fall, please log-in to register as soon as possible so that class lists can be finalized.
Throughout the global pandemic, health conditions have frequently changed, and we are prepared to adapt along with them. Park City School District has worked on backup plans and scenarios to mitigate risk to our staff, students and community while planning our return to school for in person learning on August 20, 2020.
Additional details of the return to school plans including risk mitigation will be shared in the coming weeks.
Return to School
Park City School District remains committed to returning to on-site, in-person education for the 20/21 school year. Several district task force teams have been diligently preparing plans and contingencies to ensure that the 20/21 academic year is safe and successful.
Until a vaccine or preventative treatment for COVID-19 is available, practices like physical distancing, hand hygiene, proper cough/sneeze etiquette, frequent disinfection of high traffic areas, and face coverings in public are some of our best strategies to control the spread of this virus. They are also considered to be part of the return to a “new normal” following the state-wide school closures on March 13, 2020.
We must make a personal commitment to observe safety precautions. We each have a responsibility to look out for the health of our Park City and Summit County community.
We will continuously reevaluate our policies and adjust them as necessary, and we will update you frequently. Thank you again for your patience and understanding as we continue to navigate these uncharted waters.
Yours for excellence in education,
Jill Gildea, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools
Inspiring and supporting all students equitably to achieve academic and social potential
Master Planning Facility Options
MHTN Architects presented master planning facility options and implementation strategies to the Board of Education on Tuesday (May 19).
The full presentation and strategies can be viewed here.
It is unlikely that Park City School District will hold a bond election this fall. The district is exploring multiple funding options to lessen the financial impact for taxpayers.
We will be asking for community input in the coming weeks. Watch for ways to offer your input.
You can view a quick overview of the strategies here.
Puede ver una descripción general rápida de las estrategias aquí.
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 this past school year.