•  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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    EHMS Student Hits All The Right Notes

    A 7th grader from Ecker Hill Middle School was selected as the first alternate for Utah All-State Junior High Band in the euphonium section.  Nathan Brown auditioned amongst 500 students from over 60 Utah schools to create this year's ensemble and was selected 5th. Students ranged from 6th through 9th grade. “My brother is a tuba player, and he really encouraged me to try for All-State Band,” said Brown. “Band at Ecker is amazing, especially playing the euphonium. I love the articulations and versatility. ”

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    National Merit Semifinalists

    Seven Park City High seniors were notified today (9/14/22) that they have been selected as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for more than $30 million in scholarships that will be offered next spring.

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    New Board Reed Expresses Opposition to House Bill 215

    Newly elected Park City Board member Meredith Reed spoke to the Utah Senate Education Committee on Monday, January 23, expressing opposition to House Bill 215.  The bill “Funding for Teacher Salaries and Optional Education Opportunities” ties a $42m voucher program to increased teacher salaries.

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    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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    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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    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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  •   Grace Gladson's colorful design of a fox and falling maple leaves receiving Logan's top praise.

    Treasure Mountain Junior High Students design skis for Three-time Olympian

    reasure Mountain Junior High School students had the opportunity to develop and design the topsheet of skis for a three-time Olympian.  Second-year teacher Ms.Chartier had the idea to partner with the 2014 Women's Slopestyle Silver medalist, Devin Logan, to challenge TMJH art students to design the topsheet for a pair of skis.

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    Careers over Coffee –The Sky’s the Limit

    The Park City High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) department hosted a panel of career aviators for nearly 100 students during a Careers over Coffee chat on January 27th with coffee and pastries provided by our community partner, Daily Rise Coffee. 

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    PCSD Board of Education adopts amended Policy 9050 to include ‘Sensitive Materials in Schools’

    On Tuesday, October 18, 2022, the Park City School Board adopted an amended Instructional and Library Materials Policy 9050  to include required components of House Bill 374, Utah Code 53G-10-102, and Utah State Board of Education Rule 277-628 regarding ‘Sensitive Materials in Schools.’

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    New Business Administrator for Park City School District Named

    J. Randall Upton was unanimously approved by the Park City School District Board of Education, during their regularly scheduled meeting on October 18, 2022, as the district’s new Business Administrator. Upton was sworn into office that evening and will officially begin his duties on October 31, 2022.

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    Construction Update: Soil Mitigation *Updated 31 October

    Park City has a rich mining history, as captured by the high school mascot and the many mining-related street names throughout town.  While mining was responsible for putting Park City on the map even before its recognition as a site for the 2002 Winter Olympics and its ski resorts, it was also responsible for many residual soil contaminants that the community still manages today.  

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  • Online Registration 22/23

    Student enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year is now open.

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    PCSD Educators are on Fire for Literacy!

    Park City School District launched K-3 educators into a two-year professional learning focused on the rocket science of teaching and learning to read on October 7, 2022.  PCSD educators had the opportunity to learn the foundation of a new program called Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling (LETRS), which is professional learning that provides educators and administrators with deep knowledge to be literacy and language experts in the science of reading. 

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  • District Receives 3rd Consecutive Prestigious Budget Award

    The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) has recognized Park City School District for excellence in budget presentation with the prestigious Pathway to the Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) for the 2022–23 budget year. The budget is prepared annually by Business Administrator Todd Hauber.

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  • Ecker Hill Middle School Named National School to Watch

    Ecker Hill Middle School has achieved its third re-designation as a National Schools To Watch. What does it mean to be a School to Watch School? Schools to Watch seeks to recognize diverse, high-performing, growth-oriented middle grades schools to demonstrate what all middle grades schools are capable of achieving. 

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  • PCSD Administrative Changes SY 22-23

    PARK CITY, UT (June 22, 2022) – Jack Welch once stated, “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others. Park City School District is pleased to announce three administrative changes that will allow these leaders to have success in growing colleagues and students. In an organization, one leadership shift can create a domino effect, as is the case that facilitated these changes.

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