The Colby School is hosting its annual Creative Movement Concert on March 10, 2006 at 6:30 pm at the Eccles Center. There is no charge for admission and all are welcome. Students in pre-school through eighth grade will demonstrate integration of art, music, physical education, social studies and science. For more information call 655-3966.
National Merit Scholarship Finalists
The following students from Park City High School have been named National Merit Finalists: Jeffrey Bolling, Andre Daenitz, Yasmeen Hussain, Derek Painter, Keaton Robbins, and Scott Ruhnau.
Beginning in the month of March, approximately 8,200 Merit Scholarship winners will be selected from over 15,000 finalists.
Home school program
The South Summit Aquatic and Fitness Center offers a home school class for children in first- through fifth-grade. The class is held every Wednesday from 1:15 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. and includes P.E. and other physical activities. Classes also have an educational component. The cost is $10 per month. For additional information pick up a flyer from the front desk or call Chris Burton at 783-2423.
Park City school bus stop safety tips
Students should be at their bus stop at least 5 minutes before the bus arrives.
If your child is late and you are trying to catch the bus, do not pull in front of it to make it stop and let your child on.
Be at the bus stop 5 minutes early.
On bad weather days, the bus may be late to the stop. This is because safety is first and time second. If you would like to know if a bus has arrived or not, contact transportation at 645-5660. The dispatcher can help in providing information on where the bus is at.
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