The Park City High School newspaper, The Prospector, is offering subscriptions to interested readers both in Park City and nationwide. An annual subscription costs $15, and donations are also welcome. Prospector staff invite people to mail a check to Park City High School Journalism c/o The Prospector, Room 36, 1750 Kearns Blvd., Park City, UT 84060. Include name, address, telephone number, and email address. ELL donations sought The English Language Learners department at Park City High School wants to reward outstanding students with gently used, donated items. Please drop them off in the school’s main office. Desired items include: Pencils, pens, colored pencils, art kids, clay, puzzles and board games, backpacks, helmets, roller blades, skateboards and longboards, sports equipment, winter clothes, CD players, cameras, DVDs, VCRs, computers, and ski "everything." DVD on drugs available The DVD, "The New Face of Drugs: a Wake-up Call for Parents and Teens," is available for check-out from Bonnie Beaty, high school counselor (645-5657). This is the program showed at the Eccles Center and Ecker Hill in September and October. Scholarships
Park City High School is advertising scholarships available to its students, such as requirements, advice, and deadlines. For more information, go online to pchs.pcschools.us and click on "Counseling." Scholarship information is also available on the back of the monthly PCHS newsletter and from counselor Dana Ardovino (645-5651).
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Park City Mountain Resort owner Vail Resorts will require employees to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus for the ski season, the Colorado-based firm said on Monday. The move by Vail Resorts to require vaccinations is significant with the firm being one of the largest employers in Park City and surrounding Summit County.