Registration for Park City School District’s Early Childhood Education program is now available.
The program is open to children four years of age and is held at McPolin Elementary School. It is a fully inclusive program including children with special needs and children in the Head Start program. The community enrollment is through the district’s Community Education.
The goal of the preschool program is to promote the development of each child through age-appropriate practices and activities that nurture cognitive, emotional, social and physical growth. School-based early childhood programs give children the opportunity to be in a school setting, which facilitates an easier transition into kindergarten. Forms are available in the district’s office and at McPolin Elementary. Space is still available in the morning and the afternoon session.
Middle school parent orientation
Parents of district 5th grade students are invited to a middle school parent orientation at the Ecker Hill International Middle School Auditorium. Jeremy Ranch and Trailside Elementary families are invited on Wednesday, April 19, 6:30 7:30 p.m. Parleys Park and McPolin Elementary families are invited on Thursday, April 20, 6:30 7:30 p.m.
The assemblies will include Ecker Hill staff introductions, general middle school information, and time for question and answer. Parents should look for 6th grade registration forms Monday and Tuesday, April 17 & April 18. Registration forms are due back to 5th grade teachers by Friday, April 21.
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Park City leaders have written another chapter in the reopening of the community even as the novel coronavirus continues to spread. The Park City Library on Monday became the latest municipal facility to welcome people inside again.