Safe & Healthy
- “Overloaded and Underprepared” by Researchers Denise Pope, Maureen Brown, and Sarah Miles
- “Authentic Strengths” by International Author and Life Coach, Fatima Doman
Promise Partnerships/United Way
If you are in need of FREE or REDUCED-cost HEALTH service please complete the form below. The services include: general health care, medical insurance that you or your students might be eligible for, vision or dental care, and immigration questions. You will be contacted by our local health clinic, The People’s Health Clinic, within a month of completing this form. If you have not heard from someone to set up an appointment, please call the clinic and explain you completed a form and need to set up some appointments.
- Communities That Care
- Executive Director for Summit County Communities that Care, Mary Christa Smith
Utah Administrative Code – School Grounds
School Fencing: Benefits and Disadvantages
National Crime Prevention Council
Guide for Developing Effective Emergency Response Plans
- The principles of school emergency management planning.
- A process for developing, implementing, and continually refining a school EOP with community partners (e.g., first responders and emergency management personnel) at the school building level.
- A discussion of the form, function, and content of school EOPs.
- Additional information on the critical operational functions and courses of action developed to carry them out that schools should address in developing a comprehensive, high-quality school EOP.
- Additional information on the courses of action unique to particular threats and hazards.
- Standard Response Protocol: http://iloveuguys.org
- Article in National School Administrators Magazine
- Presentation – “Pink, Not My Favorite Color”
- Ace Inventory
- Opioid Statistics
Films of Interest
- Standard Response Protocol
- Chasing The Dragon
- Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope – Trailer
- Park City High School’s student produced “Unity”
Parley’s Park Elementary
- A committee has been formed at Parley’s Park Elementary, chaired by Jody Curtis, to recommend where the new fence will run and what fencing material should be used.
- The Board has agreed to delay the installation of a fence at Parley’s Park Elementary until the committee has had time to put forth ideas that are agreeable to the parents and community.
- Oct. 17: Walk and Talk with Principal David Gomez, immediately following school (approximately 3:15 p.m.)
- Jan. 31, 2018: Committee will propose fence line to Board for approval
- April 31, 2018: Committee will propose material for fence to Board for approval