The Park City School District Community Education preschool program is open to children who are 4 years old and is held at McPolin Elementary. It is a fully inclusive program and includes children with special needs and children in the Head Start program Twenty-one spaces are available and enrollment lasts through April 12.
Cost is $1,700 for August through June. For more information contact the Park City School District at 645-5600.
Young learner classes
The Park City School District has two upcoming classes for young children.
The Five Senses for ages 2 ½ to 5, explores touch, taste, smell, sight and sound. It draws from the kindergarten core curriculum and combines art, movement and music. Instructor Linda Rogers has taught for over 25 years.
The class meets Mondays and Wednesdays, April 10 24 from 4:30 pm to 6 pm. Cost is $59.
Spring Into Nature has actives games, crafts and snacks as children explore the outdoors during spring. From birds nests and growing seeds students will explore with teacher Maria Walton who spent several years as a park ranger at Zion National Park.
The class is held Wednesdays May 10 31 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Cost is $49.
For more information contact the Park City School District at 645-5600.
Asthma self administration
The Park City School District allows students to carry and self administer an asthma inhaler after filling out an asthma self administration form. It must be completed annually and needs to be signed by a parent or legal guardian and a health care provider. Forms are available at schools.
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