Park City School District

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  • Preschool registration for the 2023-2024 school year will begin via a lottery system on February 1, 2023 at 9:00 am and end at 4:00 pm on February 24, 2023. More information can be found here.

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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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  •  Nathan Brown

    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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  •  Newly elected Park City Board member Meredith Reed spoke to the Utah Senate Education Committee on

    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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