Education briefs: Drama club to host community event
Drama club to host community event
The drama club at South Summit High School is set to host a community event on April 11 and 12. Karen Allred, the new coach for the club, said the students will perform the play “Among Friends and Clutter,” a story that follows seven friends from second grade through their lives, as well as other pieces. Tickets are $5 a person or $15 per family. The event is set to take place in the high school’s auditorium from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
PC READS accepting nominations for award
PC READS is accepting nominations for its Elevating Literacy Award, according to an announcement. The award honors an individual who has made a significant contribution towards improving the lives of students with reading disabilities, including dyslexia. Nominations are based on teaching experience, administrative work, professional development training, family support, event programming or any other area of work or service that demonstrates efforts that support the mission of PC READS. The Elevating Literacy Award will be presented at the PC READS’ fundraiser, Gin & Phonics, on May 3. To make a nomination before March 28, visit http://www.parkcityreads.org.
Chess tournament set for March 30
Ecker Hill Middle School is set to host a chess tournament on March 30, according to an announcement. The event is set to start at 8:45 a.m. with registration, and round one is scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m. The tournament will be divided into four sections: kindergarten through second grade, third through fourth grade, fifth through sixth grade and seventh through ninth grade. Registration is $15 until March 28, and $25 after March 28. To register, send your child’s name and grade to Gina Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two wheels good
Teachers, parents, students and volunteers muster in the parking lot of the PC-MARC on Friday morning for the annual Bike to School day.
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