Education briefs, Nov. 2-4
November 1, 2016
Schools to hold Veteran's Day ceremonies
Jeremy Ranch Elementary School and Ecker Hill Middle School are set to host ceremonies next week in honor of Veteran's Day. According to news releases, Ecker Hill's student choir will present a concert for veterans on Thursday, Nov. 10, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. Jeremy Ranch will perform a program to honor local veterans on Friday, Nov. 11, at 9 a.m. in the gymnasium. Veterans and active members of the military are encouraged to come to both events. Contact the individual schools for more information.
PCHS to host program for athletes
Park City High School athletes are encouraged to participate in the Especially for Athletes program, which is designed to inspire student athletes to use their influence and talents to help others. According to a news release, all PCHS teams and athletes are asked to attend an initial meeting for the program scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 3, in the school's gymnasium. Parents are also encouraged to attend. According to the Especially for Athletes website, especiallyforathletes.org, students will learn from a curriculum that aims to teach them the principles of positive leadership. PCHS is one of dozens of schools participating statewide and throughout the country.
TMJH students should meet with counselor
Eighth-grade students at Treasure Mountain Junior High School and their parents are being asked to schedule college and career readiness meetings with school counselors. According to the school's website, tmjh.pcschools.us, the meetings allow counselors to talk about student performance, high school graduation requirements and college planning. Appointments are available from Nov. 7 through Dec. 15. Parents should contact Ali Gallagher at email@example.com to schedule appointments. More information can be found by visiting the website and navigating to the college and career readiness page.
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