Education briefs, Dec. 7-9
PCSD to hold input sessions on PCHS design
The Park City School District is inviting residents to participate in a series of community meetings about the design of an expansion of Park City High School. The district has been working with an architect to come up with three potential designs for expanding the high school to accommodate ninth-graders. Attendees will be able to provide input on the three designs. The first meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the district office. The second is set for Wednesday, Jan. 11, at Ecker Hill Middle School, while the third is set for Thursday, Feb. 2, at the high school. All three are scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. For more information, visit pcschools.us.
PCSD seeks judges for annual science fairs
The Park City School District is asking for adult volunteers to judge its schools’ science fairs. According to a press release, volunteers can sign up to judge on the following dates: Jeremy Ranch Elementary School, Jan. 18; McPolin Elementary School, Jan. 18; Parley’s Park Elementary School, Jan. 19, Trailside Elementary School, Jan. 26; Treasure Mountain Junior High School, Feb. 6; district competition, Feb. 10. “Young people need to know that adults who work in these fields care about their interest in this vital part of their education,” the press release states. Those interested in volunteering can sign up on signupgenius.com.
Students can apply for a scholarship
High school seniors interested in business have until Sunday, Dec. 18, to apply for a Young Entrepreneur Scholarship from the National Federation of Independent Business. According to a press release, the scholarships are given to 100 seniors around the country who have shown an entrepreneurial spirit. For more information, or to apply, visit nfib.com/yef.
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