HOW TO COMPLETE THE FAFSA FORM (free application for Federal student aid) will be presented Monday, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m. in the Eccles Center at Park City High School. Craig Green, the director of financial aid at Westminster College, will give a hands-on explanation of how to complete the FAFSA Form, a great resource for seniors and their parents who are applying for financial aid for college. For more information, contact Ms. Ardovino, the community scholarship advisor, at 435-645-5650, ext. 2085.
Swaner Nature Preserve needs volunteer docents for annual winter field trips for 5th graders. The trips are scheduled from Jan. 29- Feb. 16 and are generally two-hours in the morning or afternoon. Students will track animals, dig snow pits, and learn how animals adaptat to winter. Previous experience is not necessary and SNP staff will host 2 docent trainings, covering all aspects of the field trips (Jan. 17 and 23 from 1-3 p.m. Contact Erin at (435)649-1767.
Congratulations, Sterling Scholars
The following students have been named to the 2007 Park City High School Sterling Scholar team and will compete for scholarships and cash awards at the April 17 regional competition.
General scholar: Melissa Reynolds
Science: Elizabeth Wittenborn
Math: Anna Kopcrak
FACS: Lauren Schmitt
Foreign language: Lauren Rockwood
Speech / drama, Gabi Caro
Social Science: Shelby Shaw
Dance: Kendall Fischer
English: Faith Armstrong
Visual Arts: Mackenzie Donovan
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Park City school board now has the power to pursue facilities projects without voter approval but says bond measure is still ahead
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