Ecker Hill International Middle School will host a nonprofit fair on Oct. 23. The event is being organized by the Ecker Hill PTO. The goal is to match middle school students with organizations looking for volunteers. For more information, contact Meri-Lyn Stark at 645-5610 or email@example.com .
Superintendent to speak at PTSO meeting
Dr. Ray Timothy, superintendent of the Park City School District, will be the guest speaker at an upcoming Parent Teacher Student Organization meeting at Treasure Mountain International School. The meeting will be Friday, Oct. 24, at 9 a.m. All Treasure Mountain parents are invited. Please call the school at 645-5640 with questions.
Teacher grant application deadline
The Park City Education Foundation awards teacher grants every year to help provide teachers with additional tools to improve their classrooms. All certified teachers and specialists who work for the Park City School District are eligible. Grant writing help is available from the Teacher Grant Committee members and PCEF staff. Grant applications are due on Oct. 31 at 3 p.m.
Families needed for Niños On Skis
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. Sponsor families must have a ski pass at Park City Mountain Resort. PCMR donates a ski pass and ski lessons to each participating child. The program meets together the first three Saturdays of December for organized lessons, and families are encouraged to ski with their niños as often as possible after that. For more information, call or email Ernest Oriente at 615-8486, firstname.lastname@example.org .
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