A family that makes the following amount of money or less may qualify for free or reduced lunch.
Household size: 1, Yearly – $18,130, Monthly – $1,511, Weekly – $349
Household size: 2, Yearly – $24,420, Monthly – $2,035, Weekly – $470
Household size: 3, Yearly – $30,710, Monthly – $2,560, Weekly – $591
Household size: 4, Yearly – $37,000, Monthly – $3,084, Weekly – $712
Household size: 5, Yearly – $43,290, Monthly – $3,608, Weekly – $833
If a family qualifies, they may fill out a free and reduced price school meals family application at their local school.
School breakfast is served at elementary schools from 7:40 7:55 a.m. for $1.10. Breakfast at Treasure Mountain International School is from 7 7:20 a.m. and Ecker Hill International Middle School from 8 8:20 a.m. for $1.40. Reduced price breakfast is $.30 and free to those who qualify.
The Internet-based PowerSchool site gives parents and students unrestricted access to assignments, grades, and attendance information. It is accessible from the Park City School District main Web site, pcshools.us. Available infomation includes descriptions of assignments for each class during each quarter. Individual teacher’s e-mail is also accessible via PowerSchool.
PowerSchool is also accessible for North Summit School District and South Summit School District via their main Web site’s.
For further information, contact your local school or the Park City School District main offices at 645-5600.
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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. The numbers in December show the Park City economy still was roaring during the first full month of the ski season.