McPolin Elementary School is holding its first-annual Science Fair on Wednesday, March 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the multi-purpose room in McPolin.
New Compass available
The Compass for Spring 2006 is now available. The Park City Community Education catalog lists courses such as Home Landscape and Design as well as writing workshops and classes on how to make Sushi. Class dates, times and locations can be found at: http://www.pcschools.us .
Brochures can be picked up at any public school or library, the district office or call Jane at 615-0215. Register early to guarantee your spot. Classes start April 10.
Park City High School Community Scholarships are awards donated by local community members, businesses and organizations, typically ranging from $500 to $4,000. Parents or friends in the community who are interested in donating awards or participating in scholarship reviews should contact Mrs. Ardovino at 435-645-5650, ext. 2085. The deadline for community scholarship donations is April 13.
Community Scholarships are for Park City High School seniors only. The program dates are as follows:
Monday, March 27 – April 14: scholarship applications available
Friday, April 28: applications due at noon in Counseling Office. Reviews are conducted through May
Thursday, June 1: Awards presentations
In preparation for scholarship applications, seniors should ask teachers for a letter of recommendation as soon as possible.
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