All interested high school and middle school classes are invited to an informative, teen-focused look at the "Arte Latino" exhibit. The exhibit is at the Kimball Art Center from March 11 to April 22.
These hour-long tours will be given by Latina artist Ruby Chacon. Ruby will briefly discuss the historical and cultural context of the featured exhibition, and will guide students in a thoughtful discussion of personal identity multiculturalism and identity in Utah communities. An interesting and worthwhile field trip for any secondary level class! To reserve a tour, please call (435)649-8882 or send an email to education (435) 645-5650 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Hal Smith, Principal
Hilary Bertagnole, Assistant Principal
Janice Jones, Assistant Principal
Doug Payne, Athletic Director
Cheryl Chamberlain, Attendance Secretary
Denise Johanson, Financial Secretary
Barbara Swenson, Main Office Secretary
Because of construction, the main office has relocated. Principal Smith’s office is now in the back of the high school library. One of the portables is also occupied by front office staff, and can be found in the cottages complex.
Rebecca C. Stanislaw of Park City has been named to second honors on the Clark University Dean’s List. This selection marks outstanding academic achievement during the fall 2005 semester. An alumni of Park City High School, she is studying geography and anticipates graduating from Clark University in 2008.
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