Niños On Skis is looking for sponsor families. Niños on skis is a 10-year-old program that pairs English-speaking families in the Park City area with Hispanic children who don’t have the resources to take advantage of Utah’s mountains. Families must have a ski pass at Park City Mountain Resort. PCMR donates a ski pass and ski lessons to the participating children. The program meets together the first three Saturdays of December for organized lessons, and families are encouraged to ski with their niño as often as possible after that. For more information, call or email Ernest Oriente at 615-8486, email@example.com.
Nominate your favorite teacher
Silver Queen Fine Art gallery will be honoring somebody’s favorite teacher with a $500 gift certificate to the gallery and dinner for two at El Chubasco. Students and community members can nominate their favorite teacher by stopping by the gallery to fill out a nomination form between today and Friday. A reception will be held Friday, Sept. 26 from 6 to 9 p.m. during the Downtown Gallery Stroll. A teacher will be drawn at random from those nominated that evening at 9 p.m. Silver Queen Fine Art gallery is located at 632 Main St. in Park City.
Jeremy Ranch Elementary fall festival
Jeremy Ranch Elementary will hold a fall festival this Friday, Sept. 26 from 4 to 7 p.m. The fall festival is an opportunity for families, students, teachers, and school employees to get to know each other and spend some time together outside the classroom. Activities such as inflatable obstacles, spook alley, and a cakewalk will entertain guests. For more information, please call Jeremy Ranch Elementary at 645-5670.
College entrance practice tests offered
Counselors at Park City High School will offer the PLAN- ACT practice test for sophomores and PSAT- SAT practice test for juniors on Saturday, Oct. 18. Registration forms will be available for all sophomores and juniors beginning Sept. 17. Unfortunately, the mandatory national testing date falls during the Utah fall break. Please call the PCHS counseling office at 645-5657 with questions.
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Park City Mountain Resort owner Vail Resorts in early June submitted a letter to the Park City Planning Commission in support of a Provo developer’s blueprints for a major project at the resort.