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  • 2023 SHARP SURVEY - 8th Gr ONLY

    Greetings! Every other year, our school participates in the Student Health and Risk Prevention (SHARP) Survey Project sponsored by the Utah Department of Health and Human Services. The purpose of the survey is to gather important information from our students needed to plan prevention and intervention programs to combat such problems as alcohol and other drug use and violence in our schools and communities. Please read and complete this information sheet. If you have any questions, please contact our front office.

  • the SNOWBALL

    TMJH is not having a snowball fight but we are having a school dance. On February 11, our Leadership class will be sponsoring a winter dance from 6pm - 8pm in the TMJH Forum. Please read this letter for more information as a permission slip must be submitted for the student to attend.

    SOULS 4 SOLES

    The Student Council and Leadership team is working with an organization called Soles4Souls. Soles4Souls is a non-profit organization that donates shoes to underprivileged individuals here in the US. Please read this letter for more information regarding this shoe drive. 

     

     

     

  • Current TMJH 9th Grade Students High School Planning Meeting!

    It's time to schedule your 9th-grade student's high school planning meeting. This meeting is an opportunity for students and their parents to meet with their school counselor to plan a customized high school experience and discuss options for after high school.
     
    Many families find this information helpful prior to spring class registration, which begins in March.
     
    Meetings are 30 mins. in duration
     
    Students will join their counselor in the counseling office at school and connect with the parent either in person or via Google Meet.

    Click on your student's counselor name below to schedule your appointment:

    Niko Jensen (students with last names A-Ha)
    Danielle Gillette (students with last names He-L)
    Alice Jessen (students with last name M-N)
    Kristen Hall (students with last names O-Z)

  • TMJH 2022-2023 YEARBOOK

    The wait is over…

    We are now set up for you to purchase this year’s 22/23 TMJH yearbook!! The yearbook staff is working hard to create a book of Treasure memories.  The cost is $30. Secure your visual representation of this 22/23 school year today! 

    Please use the following link to purchase your yearbook:

    www.yearbookordercenter.com

    Use the code 7338

    Plug in your student’s name

    Cost of the yearbook is $30. plus a handling fee

    or

    Call 866-287-3096

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  •  Mr. Gannon works with students at Treasure Mountain Junior High School

    TMJH Building Careers in the Classroom

    “Together, we can reimagine the student experience to ensure connection between education and industry is the standard while building a pipeline of future employees,” said Huntsman. “With the expansion of Park City High School, we’ve been able to consult industry partners to help inform the design of our future space. The expansion provides us with an opportunity to collaboratively design a solution that is mutually beneficial.”

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  •  Special Education Day 2022

    December 2, 2022 National Special Education Day

    PARK CITY, UTAH – December 2nd marks the 47th anniversary of the signing of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) into law.  The Federal legislation assured access to children with special needs to a free and quality public education. IDEA is the foundation of Special Education in the U.S. and assures access and appropriate education for all students with special needs. Celebrating Special Education Day is all about recognizing the milestones of progress made since the 1975 signing of IDEA,” said Park City School District Special Education Director Jaclyn Knapp.  “We’ve made such strides with the climate and culture in Special Education since IDEA. In my career, there has been a growing recognition of the rights of kids.”

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  •  Employee Recognition

    Park City School District kicks off #AscendTogether employee recognition

    As part of an ongoing employee recognition and to help celebrate American Education Week, November 13-19, the Park City School District asked its 57 new employees  (22-23 school year) to share stories of support they received from their veteran counterparts. PCSD believes retention is the best recruitment tactic, and wants to recognize those employees who are not only fulfilling their own responsibilities, but have gone above and beyond, both personally and professionally, for our newest employees - and ultimately students.  

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  •  Student carries United States Flag

    Park City School District Celebrates Veterans

    Schools across Park City School District held Veterans Day celebrations to honor the men and women in their communities who have served in the United States military. Families and local service members connected to the schools were invited to attend ceremonies at Jeremy Ranch Elementary, Mcpolin Elementary, Parley’s Park Elementary, and Trailside Elementary on November 11, 2022. 

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