The Park City Board of Education recently posted several policy updates online at: http://www.pcschools.us. The documents have been revised and are posted for review and comment. Policy updates include: District Vision, Mission and Core Values statement; Graduation Requirements for PCHS and Acceptable Use Policy for Internet Access and Computer Use. Scholarship nominee
Jon Dalton is Park City High School’s nominee for the Burger King Scholars program. More than 1,500 scholarships of $1000 each will be awarded to high school seniors who demonstrate participation in community activities. Jon Dalton is in involved in Student Government, Interract, and Choir. He is also a Peer Tutor and has worked as a youth leader at St. Mary’s Church and Young Life. Utah Foundation report
The Utah Foundation has released a report titled, "What is a Utah College Degree Worth?" The report looks at Utah colleges and what 2004 graduates earn after being in the workforce for a year. Find out which graduates are earning the most and which ones are most likely to stay in the state. The report can be found at: http://www.utahfoundation.org UCAT meeting
The Board of Trustees of The Utah College of Applied Technology is meeting on Wednesday, January 4, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Board of Regents building on 60 S and 400 W. Agenda items include a review of the Governor’s Budget Proposal and discussion of 2006-2007 tuition.
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Park City councilor declines to join other officials in signing statement about disputed soils facility
A member of the Park City Council opted against joining the other elected officials in signing a statement centered on the controversial concept to build a facility along the S.R. 248 entryway to store soils containing silver-mining era contaminants. City Councilor Nann Worel’s name was left off the one-page statement.