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UTAH STUDENTS CONNECT SUMMER COURSES

Treasure Mountain Junior High School students planning to take online summer classes through Park City Utah Students Connect must enroll by June 8. A minimum of 10 students are needed per course, so students are advised to sign up early to ensure the class will be offered. Applications can be found in the guidance counselor’s office. For more information contact TMJHS at (435) 645-5640.

SUMMER MARCHING BAND

Students interested in participating in the summer marching band should email dspitzer@pcschools.us to register. Rehearsals will be held at Ecker Hill Middle School at 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Monday through Friday beginning June 11 through July 4. The band plans to march in the Park City 4th of July Parade.

PARK CITY RESIDENT EARNS BACHELORS DEGREE

Meghan Roguschka, daughter of Martin and Marna Roguschka of Park City, earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College in May. Roguschka is a 2008 graduate of Park City High School. During college, Roguschka concentrated in anthropology and economics and performed fieldwork for the Davis Project for Peace in India. She plans to attend the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to obtain a PhD in anthropology.

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STUDENT EARNS BURGER KING SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

The Burger King Scholars Program named Park City High School student Karsyn Robb the recipient of the 2012 $1,000 Scholarship Award. Created in memory of Burger King Co-founder James W. McLamore, the program has awarded 17,064 scholarships to students and employees since the program’s inception in 2000.