According to a press release from Trailside Elementary School, the Park City Library will host a free screening of "Cafeteria Man" thanks to a partnership between the Park City Film Series and a local group called Eat Awesome Things at School (EATS) in the Jim Santy Auditorium on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. "Cafeteria Man" is a 65-minute documentary about one school district's move toward a more nutritious and sustainable food program.
Learn about the Park City Lunch program and how EATS is working with the school district to bring healthier, better-tasting food to the cafeteria with a question and answer session with food and health experts and raffle prizes. For more information about EATS, contact Susan Odell or Ann Bloomquist at email@example.com
YSA registration now open
According to a press release from the Youth Sports Alliance of Park City, online registration is now open for elementary students in first through fifth grade. Skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, free ride skiing or snowboarding, freestyle skiing and Nordic jumping are all programs available for students this winter season.
The programs begin Nov. 15 with four different sessions offered and scholarships available. For specific session dates, times and pricing, visit www.ysapc.org.
Write a note to Mrs. Crowther
Linda Crowther is the Trailside Elementary School's music teacher and has been battling pancreatic cancer for several months. Trailside Principal Kathleen Einhorn invites students, parents and members of the community to send cheerful notes or cards for Crowther and her family as she recovers from surgery and continues to fight cancer.
Notes and cards can be delivered to the Trailside Elementary office and will be delivered on Wednesday, Oct. 23. For more information or any questions, contact Rhea Schomaker at 801-884-8554.