Education briefs, Jan. 14-16
January 13, 2015
Parents can opt out of state testing
The Park City School District is providing an opt-out form for parents who do not want their students participating in state-level testing. According to the district’s website, pcschools.us, the three tests parents can opt their children out of are: the Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence (SAGE), National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and the ACT. Parents can find the form on the website and must submit it to the district office at least three days prior to testing.
School play requests public help
The North Summit High School production of "e, Bye, Birdie" is asking the public for help to put the final touches on the play’s set. According to the school’s website, nsummit.org, the production is looking to borrow a 1950s-era stove and refrigerator, preferably white. The play is set to run from Jan. 23 to Jan. 26. Those interested in helping are asked to call the school office at 435-336-5656.
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