Education briefs, April 4-7
EATS PC seeks new executive director
Eat Awesome Things at School Park City, a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of a healthy diet and improving meals in Park City schools, is seeking an executive director. According to the organization’s website, eatsparkcity.org, the group is seeking someone who is passionate about children’s health and nutrition. Candidates should have a college degree and proven background in leadership, coaching and relationship management in a related field. “This full-time position will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for EATS Park City’s staff, programs, expansion and execution of its mission,” reads the job listing on the website. For more information or to apply, contact Courtney Caplan, the organization’s board president, at email@example.com.
TMJH offers college readiness meetings
Parents of eighth-graders at Treasure Mountain Junior High School have just a few weeks left to schedule meetings with school counselors regarding their students’ college and career readiness. According to the school’s website, tmjh.pcschools.us, the meetings focus on student progress, graduation requirements, course pathways and college planning. Appointments are available through April 28 and can be made any time during the school day, from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. To schedule an appointment, contact Kate Riggs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435-645-5641. Visit the website for additional information.
PCSD asks parents to fill out surveys
The Park City School District is asking parents to fill out online surveys to improve classrooms and schools. According to the district’s website, pcschools.us, the survey is intended to gather feedback about teachers, principals and schools. The surveys will remain anonymous, and the district is not seeking to collect personal information from respondents. Teachers and administrators will be shown the results in order to improve their schools. The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete and is available on the district’s website.
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