Education briefs, August 10-12
August 9, 2016
TMJH students can soon view schedules
Treasure Mountain Junior High School students will be able to pick up a paper copy of their class schedules on the morning of the first day of school, August 24. According to the school's website, tmjh.pcschools.us, students who get their laptops and login information at the school August 18 can view their schedules online beginning August 24. A student's lunch period is based on their third-period teacher, and lunch schedules will also be posted August 24. The website notes that there is not a supply list for Treasure Mountain students, but they should come to the first day of school prepared with a notebook and writing utensil.
Private music lessons available at PCHS
People 12 and older can take private music lessons at Park City High School. According to the Park City School District's community education catalog, lessons are available for a variety of instruments, including the piano, the oboe, the saxophone and the trumpet, among others. A lesson package that costs $400 includes 13 half-hour private lessons, with flexible scheduling. Apart from students learning the piano or percussion, students are responsible for bringing their own instruments. For more information, contact Alison at 435-615-0209.
PCSD adult GED program set to begin
Park City School District's adult GED program is scheduled to begin September 6. According to the district's website, pcschool.us, the program is for adults who did not earn their high school diplomas. The goal is to prepare students for the GED test. The program, which costs $40 will meet Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Students can sign up at any time throughout the year. Students interested in taking the course can find more information on the district's website or can call the district at 435-645-5600.
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