Treasure Mountain International School is holding an ice cream social. The event takes place Aug. 21 from 1-4 p.m. Eighth-grade students and ninth-graders that are new to the area are invited to tour the school and meet the teachers. Treasure Mountain is located at 2530 Kearns Blvd. in Park City. For more information please call the school at 645-5640.
Last chance for Honors Chemistry test
Anyone interested in taking Honors Chemistry for the 2008-09 school year needs to take a placement test. The last opportunity to take the Honors Chemistry Placement Test (for the 2008-09 school year) will be Thursday, Aug. 21 at 9:00 am, in room 143 (Mary Purzycki’s room) at Park City High School. Please bring a calculator and a No. 2 pencil. Students should plan on completing the test in about one hour. With questions please call PCHS at 645-5650.
Text message alerts
The Park City School District is implementing a text message alert system to notify parents in the event of an emergency. Parents who would like to subscribe to the system should text PCSD to the number 41513 in order to be entered into the system. Normal text message fees apply.
Ecker Hill open house
Ecker Hill International Middle School will hold an open house for students and parents from 6 – 6:45 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 21. EHIMS families are invited to stop by the school for informal visits with school faculty and staff – drop in as you are; no scheduled activities are planned. For more information, call EHIMS at 645-5610.
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