Hygiene Protocols to Help Prevent Illness
The return of staff and students to school this fall has been enabled by many different hygiene protocols that have been put into practice.
Please remind your children that wearing a face mask keeps one another safe and healthy in times of Covid. Please wear a mask on the bus and in class! #maskupUtah
2020/21 School Registration
Online registration for NEW students is now closed. Please call 435-645-5600 to schedule an appointment to register your student.
Highest Level of Sportsmanship Award
Each year, the Utah High School Activities Association sponsors (UHSAA) Raise the Bar: Sportsmanship Matters, a program that encourages schools to promote and exhibit great sportsmanship on and off the field. Over the ten years of this program’s existence, the UHSAA has joined forces with the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA) to focus on new ways of improving sportsmanship, including the Dare2Lead Student Leadership Conference and the policy to “Do Rowdy Right” – Cheer for Your Team and NOT Against Your Opponent.
At the conclusion of each year, schools submit an application, which is reviewed by their Sportsmanship Committee. If the school meets the criteria, a star is earned to place on the sportsmanship banner hanging in the school. Park City High School is proud to have reached the highest level of achievement and has received a gold star. We congratulate and thank each student, coach and parent who has gone above and beyond to show excellent sportsmanship. Together the UHSAA hopes to continue to TEAM-Up to Teach, Enforce, Award and Model good sportsmanship in our schools, communities and across the state.
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.
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.