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Community education classes extended in Park City

The new Tour of Tuscany cooking and Judo classes filled quickly enough to offer additional times. Chef Jaxon Stallard will host the Tour of Tuscany class Tuesday, Nov. 19 from 6-9 p.m. at Park City High School.

The Judo program extended availability to eighth-grade students and older. Classes begin Nov. 22 at Ecker Hill Middle School and cost $125. It will be taught by Adam Blackburn, a certified Olympic coach. Registration is available online at http://www.pcschools.us or by calling 615-0215.

Scholarship meeting held at Park City High School

Park City High School will hold a Scholarship Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 16, in the Large Lecture Hall. The meeting is from 7 to 9 p.m. and families with students in grades nine through 12 are encouraged to attend. The program will address choosing and getting into the right school with scholarships and the right amount of financial aid. The meeting will also address athletic recruiters for those seeking to play a sport in college. Amanda Grow of College Fast Lane and Mark Turner of Next Level Sports Promotion will present. For more information, contact the scholarship advisor Nancy Michalko at 435-645-5650.

South Summit holds safety training exercise

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South Summit schools will release early Nov. 17 for a safety and emergency training exercise to take place in the schools. Emergency response teams, accompanied by school personnel will practice effective responses during emergencies, disasters and situations involving violence. The exercise will be conducted at the high school while other buildings in the district will be used as staging areas for response teams. The schools will be excused for their regular bus route home or parent pickup at the following times.

South Summit Middle School: 10:25 South Summit High School: 10:30 South Summit Elementary School: 11:30

Some students will be invited to participate. All other students are required to vacate the school until Nov. 18.

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