UVSC Community Education is offering new online non-credit computer classes, Making Movies with Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Certification Preparation, Introduction to Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop CS2, and Creating Web Pages. Classes begin throughout the year and are held on a monthly basis. These classes are $69 each and run for six weeks with a two-week grace period. For more information, visit http://www.ed2go.com/uvsc.edu or call UVSC’s Community Education at (801) 863-8004. IB info night Ecker Hill International Middle School is holding a parent information night on the International Baccalaureate program on Wednesday, Nov. 30. Sixth-grade families come at 5:30 p.m., seventh-grade families at 6:30 p.m. A comparable meeting is slated for the parents of eighth- and ninth-graders at Treasure Mountain on Dec. 7 at 6:30 p.m. Financing college
Park City High School is holding a workshop on financing the cost of college on Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. University of Utah financial aid director Carl Buck will present practical advice for seniors and their families on financial aid and planning techniques. netTrekker Park City High School has purchased netTrekker, an Internet search engine designed for students, educators, and parents. It contains more than 180,000 educator-selected online resources for grades K to 12. NetTrekker is accessible from the PCHS library web page (go to pchs.pcschools.us). For more information, contact librarian Anita Booher at 645-5652.
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The Park City Police Department in mid-September received two reports of possible hunter sightings on land at Park City Mountain Resort, a scenario that has long been seen as potentially dangerous with recreation lovers also using the acreage.