Kindergarten registration for the Park City School District is being held from April 17-20 from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the individual schools.
In order to register, children must be 5 years old by September 5, and have had all of the following vaccinations: 5 DTP or DTaP or DT, 2 Measles, 1 Mumps, 1 Rubella, 3 Hepatitis B, 1 Varicella or history of having chicken pox, and 2 Hepatitis A.
Children must also have a pre-vision screening in addition to their routine immunizations prior to registration. The pre-vision can be done by an eye doctor, or the child’s medical care provider.
To register a parent must bring: the child’s birth certificate, proof of immunization, proof of pre-vision screening and proof of residency.
Immunizations are available at the Health Department for those families that are without insurance, under insured, or have policies that do not cover immunizations. The department is located at 6505 Landmark Dr., Park City, Utah. For additional information or to schedule an appointment call 615-3910.
Park City High School is holding tryouts for their 2006-2007 cheerleading squads from April 17-21. Students may pick up pre-tryout information packets in their school office.
There will be a mandatory parent/student informational meeting Thursday, April 13 at 6:00 p.m. If someone cannot attend this meeting, please contact Teri Maloney at email@example.com. Due to construction, all meetings and tryout workshops will be held at Treasure Mountain International School
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