In the Park City School District Kim Carson is running for seat number four which includes Silver Creek/Red Hawk, Spring Creek/Jeremy Ranch and Southridge/Old Jeremy Ranch.
No one has filed for election in seat five which includes Olympic Park, Lower Pinebrook/Ranch Estates, Timberline and Summit Park.
In the North Summit School District Thomas Toole is running for seat number four, while Jana Ross and John Vern Williams are running for seat number five.
In South Summit School District Phillip Marchant is running for seat number four and Karl Wagstaff is running for seat number five.
People who wish to run for the school board seats four or five in the above districts have until March 17 to file for election with the Summit County Clerk.
PCHS counseling message
Due to reconstruction the Park City High School counseling office has moved its offices to a location above the gym. To find the offices go up the stairs in the cafeteria and follow posted signs.
Contact the counseling center if your son or daughter has received any ‘F’ grades on their transcript and learn how this credit can be made up.
Students can not graduate without completing every quarter of every required credit.
The "Vaccinate Before You Graduate" program through the Utah Department of Health recommends students get vaccinations and boosters prior to graduation because immunizations can be more costly for individuals over the age of 18.
The following vaccinations are currently required in Utah schools: Hepatitis B, Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR), Tetanus and Diphtheria, and Chickenpox.
Recommended vaccines include Meningitis, Flu and Pertussis.
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City Hall in December posted strong sales-tax numbers, powering past projections and nearly equaling the figure from the same month in the previous year, as Park City continued to beat expectations amid the continued spread of the novel coronavirus.