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Education Briefs, June 8-11

A celebration will be held on June 23 at the UVSC Wasatch Campus to mark the transition of that school to Utah Valley University beginning at 4 p.m. The event will include a cheer and dance clinic, a family fun fest, dinner, a magic show and fireworks. For more information, call (435) 654-6482.

Student achievement

Melissa Zamarin, from Park City, daughter of Mark W. Zamarin, graduated from Roanoke College with honors in economics. Jennifer Edwards received the Outstanding Girl Graduate Award from the Woman’s Athenaeum Club of Park City.

Kindergarten registration

Sign up your kindergartener now for the 2008-2009 school year at McPolin Elementary School. For more information, call McPolin Elementary at 645-5630.

Get immunized

Future seventh-grade students in Utah can avoid the lines by getting their immunizations now for: 1 TD/TDaP (tetanus) booster, 1 varicella (otherwise known as chicken pox. If a student has had the disease then no vaccine is required. Parents must sign school immunization cards for verification.) and 3 hepatitis b. All of these treatments are required for seventh-grade entry. For more information, students should contact their health care provider or the Utah Immunization Hotline at (800) 275-0659.


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