Education Briefs: 11/24 to 11/27
Christian Center in need of volunteers
The Christian Center of Park City announced that it is looking for sponsors for children in need that would love a Christmas present. According to the release, Operation Hope is an opportunity for local families in need to experience the spirit of Christmas.
Each year, generous individuals, families, companies, churches and other groups in the area are needed to sponsor children ages 0-16 by purchasing and wrapping new Christmas gifts. The gifts are dropped off at the center go to the families to open on Christmas. For more information or to volunteer, contact Jenny Mauer at the CCOPC at 435-649-2260 ext. 15 or email@example.com.
Dual Immersion meeting at Parley’s
Parley’s Park Elementary School invites parents who want to discuss and understand the current and future status of the Dual-Immersion program at Parley’s to a meeting on Monday, Dec. 2, at 6 p.m.
Representatives from Parley’s Park Elementary, the Park City School District and the Park City School District Board of Education will be in attendance. For more information, contact Parley’s Park Elementary School Principal David Gomez at 435-645-5620.
TMJH ‘History Day’ competition
Treasure Mountain Junior High School has announced they will hold the local "History Day" competition on Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. According to a press release, students choose historical topics related to a theme and conduct extensive primary and secondary research.
This year’s theme is "Rights and Responsibilities in History." After analyzing and interpreting their sources and drawing conclusions about their topics’ significance in history, students present their work. For more information, contact teacher coordinators Phyllis Suggett at firstname.lastname@example.org or Emily Gaudet at email@example.com.
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