Zambia’s scholarship fund will be taking two trips: one at the beginning of April, to take used computers to Zambian high schools, and the other as soon as the paperwork has gone through for the shipment of textbooks.
They are looking for eight volunteers per trip. They must be willing to sleep in a sleeping bag in the bush, pay their own way and help with fuel costs once they arrive in Kasama. Volunteers will arrive at the airport in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and ride the train to Kasama, Zambia. Once there, Theywill take several trips out into the countryside (all dirt roads) and deliver the books to tiny village schools.
Contact Peggy Rogers at (435)-734-2436 or by e-mail at
PCSD Full Day Kindergarten Program 2007-08
At Jeremy Ranch Elementary School
Next year,JEF school will offer an optional full day of kindergarten through Community Education to a limited number of families who will have children entering kindergarten.
Students will be in the same classroom with the same licensed teacher for the entire day. They will eat lunch in the cafeteria. There are 10 spaces available to the community for enrollment on a tuition basis. The cost is $390 per month, with reduced fees for August and June, for a total of $3,700 per year.
In addition to the students who enroll through Community Education, full-day Kindergarten will have an approximately equal number of students who are at-risk.
Application packets to enroll in the Community Education Full Day Kindergarten program will be available on Feb. 1 in the Jeremy Ranch School office and the Park City School District office, 2700 Kearns Blvd. This first open enrollment period ends Feb. 16 at noon. Return the completed forms and the refundable $50 registration fee payable by check to PCSD to the Park City School District Office. You can also mail the form and check to:
Community Education K Program
2700 Kearns Blvd.
Park City, UT 84060
For more information, contact Community Education director Judy Tukuafu at 645-5600 ext. 1447 or principal Michele Wallace at Jeremy Ranch at 645-5670.
BE SURE TO ENROLL AT YOUR SCHOOL FOR KINDERGARTEN, EVEN IF YOU FILL OUT FORMS FOR THE FULL DAY PROGRAM. THESE ARE NOT THE SAME FORMS. THANK YOU!
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