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Public meeting on school budget committee recommendations

The Park City Board of Education will be meeting Feb. 27, at Ecker Hill International Middle School auditorium for a special board session to hear public comment on the budget committee’s recently presented recommendations on ways to cut district expenses. The final budget will be determined in March. To view the budget committee preliminary recommendations, visit http://www.pcschools.us

ACT Test deadline March 9

College-bound high school students have until March 9 to register for the next national ACT test, to be administered Saturday, April 14. The ACT is accepted by all colleges and universities that use admission tests in their application process. The academic achievement test covers English, reading, mathematics and science. Students can choose to take the ACT with or without the optional writing test, required by some colleges. Test costs are $29 without the writing test, and $43 with. For more information about the ACT, including sample tests, online preparation, testing locations, and online registration, visit http://www.actstudent.org

Colby School Concert

The Colby School will hold its 9th annual creative-movement concert On Friday, March 2, 6 p.m. at the Eccles Center for Performing Arts. Visions and Dreams will feature preschool through middle school students performing dance and creative movement connected to the curriculum. Admission is free, and donations are gladly accepted. For more information, call Ellie Goldberg at 655-3966.


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