Education Briefs for Dec. 12 through Dec.18
Winter Break for the Park City School District is scheduled to run from Dec. 24 through Jan.1. An early release day is scheduled for Dec. 21. Normal school hours will resume on Jan. 2. The Park City Aquatic Center will be closed for the same hours.
Winter Break for the North Summit School District is scheduled to run from Dec. 21 through Jan.1. Normal school hours will resume on Jan. 2.
Winter Break for the South Summit School District is scheduled to run from Dec. 24 through Jan.1. An early release day is scheduled for Dec. 21. Normal school hours will resume on Jan. 2.
The Park City Board of Education will begin its search for a new superintendent next month and as part of that search, parents, community members and school district staff will be appointed to a committee to help in find a candidate. Those interested in being considered for the committee are asked to submit a letter with background information and a brief statement on why they are applying to serve the committee. Information should be submitted to the board secretary, Lorie Pearce at email@example.com, by January 10, 2013.
Sweetheart Gala tickets to go on sale
Community members will have their first opportunity to buy tickets to the 9th Annual Sweetheart Gala Thursday, Dec. 13, hosted by the PCHS Music Department and the Park City Education Foundation. The event is a big band dinner and dance fundraiser for the Park City High School bands. The event is scheduled to be held Friday, Feb. 8 from 6 to 11 p.m. at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church and will feature the PCHS Varsity Jazz Ensemble. Tickets prices range from $50 for individual tickets to $600 for a premium dance floor table. To purchase tickets, call 435-615-0235 or visit http://www.pcef4kids.org. All contributions are tax deductible. The PCEF is currently seeking goods and services to be donated to opportunity drawings during the even.t To donate, contact Lyn Eckels at 435-655-5457.
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