Education briefs, Dec. 24-26, 2014
December 23, 2014
Parents can sign up for student progress update
Parents of eighth-grade students at Treasure Mountain Junior High are encouraged to sign up for a college and career readiness meeting for their students. According to the TMJH website, tmjh.pcschools.us, the meeting is a chance for parents to meet with a counselor to discuss their students’ progress, graduation requirements and course pathways. The school is scheduling appointments from January through April. To make an appointment, contact Jennifer at email@example.com .
Solar panels to be installed at Weilenmann
Rocky Mountain Power will pay for solar panels to be installed at Weilenmann School of Discovery as part of its Blue Sky Renewable Energy program. According to the school’s website, wsdpc.org, Rocky Mountain Power uses the Blue Sky Renewable Energy program to sponsor renewable energy projects in local communities. The school will be holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the solar panels on Jan. 12, from 9:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
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