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Scholarship forum at Park City High School, Trailside PTA raises money in Book Fair, Community Education classes

PARK CITY HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP FORUM

Park City High School will hold two forums to help parents and students understand Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and estimate the costs of financing college. College Advisor Julie Guiney of College Match will present information about completing the FAFSA form and understanding the Net Price Calculators. Students can also learn about playing sports in college from Mark Turner of Next Level Sports. Turner plans to talk about the process of college-sports recruiting. The free college seminar is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 29, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Park City High School Lecture Hall.

TRAILSIDE PTA RAISES MONEY FROM BOOK FAIR

Trailside Elementary School made about $2,100 in its February book fair. The money will be used to support reading programs and other PTA-run events. The school also received additional funds that can be used to buy scholastic products. The PTA also donated about $1,000 worth of books for the school’s library this month.

PARK CITY COMMUNITY EDUCATION BAKING COURSE

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Park City Community Education will offer a Gluten-Free Cooking and Baking course on Wednesday, Feb. 29, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Park City High School. Students will learn to bake with gluten-free flours, starches and other ingredients. This class also explains how and where to purchase and mix ingredients and store flour. The menu includes zucchini walnut muffins, brownies, chocolate cake and carrot cake. The cost is $49. For more information contact Park City School District Leisure Learning Coordinator Jane Toly at (435) 615-0215.