Park City High School will hold its commencement ceremony June 6 at 5 p.m. The event will be held at Dozier Field (or, in the event of inclement weather, the Eccles Center). Scheduled to speak are: Ian Joseph Painter (Valedictorian), John William Sanderson (Salutatorian), Dallin Quinn (Student Body President), John Patterson (Senior Class President) and Elizabeth Archer (Student Speaker). For more information, email Doug Payne at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Blake Thorne, ninth-grader at Treasure Mountain International School, will attend the People to People Leadership Summit at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston from June 15 to 24. Patrick Patterson won a National Merit Scholarship to attend Claremont Mckenna College in California. He will receive $500 to $2,000 each year for four years.
End of the year Barbeque
Trailside Elementary School will host an end of the year barbeque on May 30 from 5 to 8 p.m. The event will include a performance from the fifth-grade orchestra, the fifth-grade rock band, the Scales and Tails reptile show, the "Jagertown" rock band and lots of carnival style foods and entertainment. For more information, contact Kim Deimling at (435) 615-0420.
Drive Aware. Ride Aware
The bright orange "Drive Aware. Ride Aware" campaign truck will stop by Trailside Elementary School on May 28 from 9 to 9:20 p.m. to discuss motorcycle safety and select two students to compete for concert tickets. For more information, contact Jamie Whittier at email@example.com .
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Park City on Tuesday hosted an open house designed to provide information about a wide range of municipal projects and programs, but the event took on greater meaning with the gathering becoming among the largest City Hall-organized events held in person in the more than a year.