A memorial bench is being planned for Shannon McInerney, a ninth-grade student at Treasure Mountain International School who died last month.
The boy was an avid hockey player and the bench will be located at the new Park City Ice Arena. Donations for the memorial bench can be made to the Shannon McInerney Memorial Fund at Chase Bank on Park Avenue and Chase Bank at the Quarry Village Albertsons near Pinebrook.
Park City High School Community Scholarship Program:
Park City High School Community Scholarships are awards donated by local community members, businesses and organizations, typically ranging from $500 to $4,000. Parents or friends in the community who are interested in donating awards or participating in scholarship reviews should contact Dana Ardovino at 435-645-5650, ext. 2085.
Last year, 90 seniors applied and 65 scholarships were awarded.
These scholarships are for seniors only. The program timeline is as follows: Friday, March 24 Scholarship Funds Due Monday, March 27 Scholarship Applications Available Friday, April 28 Applications Due at 12:00 Noon in PCHS Counseling Office Reviews conducted through May Thursday, June 1 Awards Presentations Correction
The list of contact information provided in last week’s paper was outdated. Here is a current list of Park City High School administrators and personnel. To get in touch with them call (435) 645-5650 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Hal Smith, Principal
Hilary Hays, Assistant Principal
Janice Jones, Assistant Principal
Doug Payne, Athletic Director
Dena Fitzsimmons, Attendance Secretary
Leslie McNaughtan, Financial Secretary
Barbara Swenson, Main Office Secretary
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