Treasure Mountain Junior High

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  • EOY Information

    As we approach the final weeks of school, the Front Office has a few End of Year items to touch base on. All students will be required to complete an End of Year Check Out Form. They will be distributed to students on May 30th during their Advisory class. Forms not claimed at that time will be in the Front Office. Students will need to have each of their teachers sign the form to confirm that all materials have been turned in. A parent signature is required on the form. Any fines for missing or damaged books, must be paid by June 1st.  All check out forms must be returned by June 1st, during their 4RED class. Students must have their school locker and PE locker cleaned out by June 1st.

    Laptops must be turned in on May 31st. Grade 9 students must return their charger along with their laptop. Students will not have access to any information on their machines after 7:30am on that date. Laptops will be assessed for any damages and you will be informed via email if there is a fine to pay.  Any laptop damage fines must be paid by June 5th. If your student is not returning to the Park City School District schools, they must turn in their laptop and charger.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you

  • May 26 - Alex Boye Assembly Schedule

    On Friday, May 26, Alex Boye will be hosting an assembly for our students. This is the schedule we will be following:

    Alex Boye Assembly


  • TMJH 2022-2023 YEARBOOK

    It's not too late to purchase a yearbook. Please bring cash or check(made out to TMJH) to the Front Office or you can pay online through eFunds. You must have your student's 5 digit school ID. Please have your student keep their receipt. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us. 435-645-5640


    TMJH is looking for 3 new members to join our School Community Council for the upcoming school year. Please complete our Candidacy Form which also contains more information for an opportunity to join us. For more information regarding School Community Councils, please check out our webpage

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  •  Feedback Forum

    Educational Equity Policy 1006 Feedback Forum

    Agenda: Focused feedback on PCSD draft Policy 1006 Educational Equity April 25, 2023, PCSD District Office 10:00-11:00 am ENG May 2, 2023, Ecker Hill Library 5:30-6:30 pm ENG & 6:30-7:30 pm ESP For more information contact PCSD's Family and Community Engagement team:

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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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